Extremely Crazy Bridges Around The World

EXTREMELY CRAZY BRIDGES - you never know really exists around the world

Bridges are something we need daily for transportation. Have we ever imagined how crazy they can be built?

We haven’t but someone else must have imagined. This 5 bridges are result of those imaginations. These are damn crazily built bridges around the world.

 1. The Eshima Ohashi Bridge, Japan.

Stuninngly Fact : An Incridble Talent You Must See

artwork of a man in the beach
A Man Carried A Rake To The Beach.. When You Zoom Out The Photo.. Your Mind Will Surely Be Blown!

Andres Amador is not your typical artist who works in a room with a canvas, paint and paint brush. He is also not a sculptor that can create amazing sculptures. But Andres knows how to create an extraordinary art with the use of a single rake. 
He always spends time on the beach. But he is not there to swim neither to relax. He is there to fulfill his passion in creating artworks. There is a need to express his creativity towards his artistic creations. 
Using the rake that he carries whenever he goes to the beach, Andres creates spectacular artworks on the wet sand of the beach. He is aware that the waves will soon wash away his creations, but he doesn't care. 

Unexplained bodies of water turned into bloody red

River in China
A lot of people were alarmed by the series of instances wherein different bodies of water from different parts of the world have turned into bloody red.
The photos came in from different continents the first body of water that turned into red is a river in China which panicked the local people. It happened in Zhejiang, China. In just an hour, it turned the whole river into Crimson red. 
While in Brazil, the sea got mixed up when a huge portion of it turned into red as well. It just happened last April.  

With 61 Seconds in a Minute, Markets and Internet Brace for Trouble

JUNE 30, 2015 , Tuesday has one extra second and that could be dangerous for the internet


On June 30, time will stand still.
Just for a second -- a leap second.
Since 1967, when clocks went atomic, human timekeeping has been independent of the earth’s rotation. The problem is, the planet is slowing down and clocks are not. So every few years, to get everything back in sync, scientists add a second. They’ve done it 25 times since 1972. A leap second was last added to the clock in 2012, during a weekend, which wreaked havoc online. It caused Reddit, Foursquare, Yelp, LinkedIn, Gawker and StumbleUpon to be knocked offline entirely, as well as hundreds of flights to be delayed in Australia.

Mirny Diamond Mine - World's Largest Mine

Mirny Diamond Mine
The Mirny Diamond Mine is located in the city of Mirny, Russia. It is known as the world's largest mine, and also the world's largest man-made hole. It is 1,722 metetrs deep, so deep that all flight above it is forbidden as there have been too many helicopter crashes due to the hole's suction.

The diamond-bearing deposits were discovered on June 13, 1955 by Soviet geologists Yuri Khabardin, Ekaterina Elagina and Viktor Avdeenko during the large Amakinsky Expedition in Yakut ASSR. They found traces of the volcanic rock kimberlite, which is usually associated with diamonds. This finding was the second success in the search for kimberlite in Russia, after numerous failed expeditions of the 1940s and 1950s. (The first was Zarnitsa mine, 1954) For this discovery, in 1957 Khabardin was given the Lenin Prize, one of the highest awards in the Soviet Union.


10 worst natural disasters of all times

10 worst natural disasters of all times.

       Over the centuries there have been many natural disasters or “acts of God” that have stolen human lives and left destruction and havoc for the survivors. Sometimes these incidents are ranked based on damage, loss of lives or the amount of money that it cost to rebuild. 

Therefore defining the 10 worst natural disasters of all times is subjective and depends on the criteria used. However, these ten natural disasters resulted in over one hundred million deaths over the years.
1. The Deadliest Earthquake in History

The Baltic Sea Anomaly - an alien spacecraft ?

Baltic Sea Anomaly
Is the Baltic Sea Anomaly a 14000 year old alien spacecraft that crash landed?

The Baltic Sea anomaly is a 60-metre (200 ft) circular rock-like formation on the floor of the Baltic Sea, discovered by Peter Lindberg, Dennis Åsberg and their Swedish "Ocean X" diving team in June 2011. The team reported that the
formation rests on a pillar and includes a structure similar in appearance to a staircase, leading to a dark hole.

Commentators have suggested that the structure could be a World War II anti-submarine device, a battleship gun turret, sediment dropped by a fishing trawler, or a flying saucer. Geologists have stated that it is most likely a natural geological formation.


Unbelievable but FACT - 20 Animals with Distinctive Natural Colors

Unbelievable but FACT - Animals with Distinctive Natural Colors

This isn't a Photoshopped post – those are these animals' natural colors! Most animals land somewhere along the black, brown or yellow color spectra, but not these strangely-colored animals! Their unexpected colors illustrate that nature has a far more colorful and diverse color palette than you might have realized.

#1 Purple Snail

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World’s Top 10 Most Amazing Sea Slugs

Sea slug is a common name which is applied to some marine invertebrates that more or less resemble terrestrial slugs. Most creatures known as sea slugs are actually slugs, i.e. they are sea snails (marine gastropod mollusks) that over evolutionary time have lost their shells, or have a greatly reduced shell or an internal shell. The name "sea slug" is most often applied to nudibranchs, as well as to a paraphyletic set of other marine gastropods without obvious shells.
The phrase "sea slug" is, however, also sometimes applied to taxa in other phyla, such as the sea cucumbers, which are not mollusks but echinoderms. Although the other animals sometimes called "sea slugs" are not gastropods, they are nonetheless soft-bodied, and their overall shape is slug-like. (source WIKI)

 The word ‘slug’ tends to conjure images of gross cabbage-eating creatures that leave slime trails in their wake; ugly drab-colored garden pests that wouldn’t be entered into even the lowliest of beauty contests. In the ocean, however, slugs can be quite the opposite… 

Below shows the World's Top 10 Most Amazing Sea Slugs

A Set of Astonishingly Colorful Animals around the World

Every animal on Earth have some kind of attraction. The colorful coat or feathers of some species is truly amazing and incomparable. The following are 10 colorful animals in the world that are distinctively natural.

Norway's Hessdalen lights - Unexplained Phenomena

The Hessdalen light is an unexplained light usually seen in the Hessdalen valley in the municipality of Holtålen in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway.
The Hessdalen light most often appears as a bright white or yellow light of unknown origin standing or floating above the ground level. Sometimes the light can be seen for more than one hour. There are several other types of unexplained lights observed in the Hessdalen valley.
Unusual lights have been reported in the region since the 1940s or earlier. Especially high activity of Hessdalen lights took place from December 1981 until the summer of 1984 when lights were observed 15–20 times per week. The frequency of the lights caused a gathering of numerous tourists staying there overnight to see the phenomenon.Since then, the activity has decreased and now the lights are observed some 10–20 times per year.  

The Green Children of Woolpit : the 12th century legend of visitors from another world

The Green Children of Woolpit: the 12th century legend of visitors from another world

The Children of Woolpit is an ancient account dating back to the 12th century, which tells of two children that appeared on the edge of a field in the village of Woolpit in England. The young girl and boy had green-hued skin and spoke an unknown language. The children became sick and the boy died, but the girl recovered and over the years came to learn English. She later relayed the story of their origins, saying they came from a place called St Martin’s Land, which existed in an atmosphere of permanent twilight, and where the people lived underground. While some view the story as a folk tale that that describes an imaginary encounter with inhabitants of another world beneath our feet or even extraterrestrial, others accept it as a real, but somewhat altered account of a historical event that merits further investigation. A CLOSER LOOK

The Voynich Manuscript, The Most Mysterious Manuscript in the World

The Voynich Manuscript is considered to be 'The Most Mysterious Manuscript in the World'. To this day this medieval artifact resists all efforts at translation. It is either an ingenious hoax or an unbreakable cipher. The manuscript is named after its discoverer, the American antique book dealer and collector, Wilfrid M. Voynich, who discovered it in 1912, amongst a collection of ancient manuscripts kept in villa Mondragone in Frascati, near Rome, which had been by then turned into a Jesuit College (closed in 1953).

Based on the evidence of the calligraphy, the drawings, the vellum, and the pigments, Wilfrid Voynich estimated that the Manuscript was created in the late 13th century. The manuscript is small, seven by ten inches, but thick, nearly 235 pages. It is written in an unknown script of which there is no known other instance in the world.  A CLOSER LOOK

Asia’s Most Unique Deformities

Asia’s  Most Unique Deformities:
Nobody has it easy these days, not even actors and actresses.
The one thing that keeps us all trudging along though is hope, whether that hope entails faith in a returning Messiah, dreams of fame or fortune, or just the anticipation of a hot meal at the local homeless shelter.

Sometimes though, we become so enamored with our own burdens that we lose sight of hope. Perhaps the following stories of brave, albeit unfortunate souls will help relieve these burdens by reminding us that things could always be far worse.

Lady Dai - Worlds well-preserved ancient human remains

Lady Dai of the Han Dynasty, is China’s eternal mummy. Her skin was still soft, and her arms and legs could flex at the joints, and remains to this day, the most well-preserved ancient human ever discovered. 

Found over 2,000 years after her death, one of the world’s well- preserved ancient human remains were buried in a mysterious liquid that scientists still can’t replicate. Despite the fact that she had been buried for over two millennia, her skin was still moist and elastic, her joints still flexible, every feature still remained intact down to her eyelashes and the hair in her nostrils, and blood still remained in her veins.