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The sports car that runs on SALTWATER: Vehicle goes from 0 to 60mph in 2.8 seconds - and has just been approved for EU roads

1 week ago - Sports cars may not have the best reputation for being environmentally-friendly, but this sleek machine has been designed to reach 217.5 mph (350 km/h) – using nothing but saltwater. Its radical drive system allows the 5,070lbs (2,300kg) Quant e-Sportlimousine to reach 0-60 mph ...

40 Volcanoes Are Erupting Right Now, And 34 Of Them Are Along The Ring Of Fire

1 week ago - (Economic Collapse) You may not have noticed, but our planet is becoming increasingly unstable. According to Volcano Discovery, 40 volcanoes around the globe are erupting right now, and only 6 of them are not along the Ring of Fire. If that sounds like a very high number to you, that ...

This Interview With Nikola Tesla From 1899 Reveals His Extraordinary Personality

1 week ago - Very interesting interview Nikola Tesla and John Smith in which he said: Everything is the Light. In one of its rays is the fate of nations, each nation has its own ray in that great light source, which we see as the Sun. And remember: no one man that existed did not die. ...

U.S. Senator Richard Russell Sees disc-shaped UFO in USSR back in 1955

1 week ago - U.S. Senator Richard B. Russell, Jr. (D-GA), then chairman of the Armed Services Committee, was on a Soviet train when he spotted a disc-shaped craft taking off near the tracks. He hurriedly called his military aide and interpreter to the window and they saw the UFO, plus another one ...

Photographer captures '14-strong fleet' of unidentified 'crafts' over Spain

1 week ago - A photographer has captured a 'fleet' of UFOs on camera in the skies over Spain. Reader Karl Jennings, from Ireland, told us that he took the pictures in broad daylight at around 5pm on October 27, 2014, while in central Madrid. He insists that the photographs have not been ...

Did the collider at CERN cause the Nepal earthquakes?

1 week ago - 8,000+ people killed, nearly 18,000 injured and almost 400 are still missing two weeks after the April 25th earthquake in Nepal. Did our own people accidentally cause this debacle “in the name of science”? There’s a lot of finger pointing and theorizing going on about it right ...

Researchers discover an ocean 644 km below the surface of our planet

1 week ago - Remember all of those science-fiction movies and books from Jules Verne, like “Journey to the Center of the Earth”? Apparently not everything is made up. There might be a lot of unknown stuff down there… and if there is water… could there be life? Maybe not as we know it but in ...

18 Weirdly Incredible Animal Facts That Will Leave You Completely Amazed

1 week ago - There is an incredible amount of information yet to be gathered about our tiny blue dot in our vast universe. There are nooks and crannies right under our noses that have yet to be discovered — but there's also an abundance of facts already out there that most of us haven't heard ...

McDonald's only diet devastates college student's gut flora in just 10 days

1 week ago - It's common knowledge that fast food isn't exactly healthy, but just how unhealthy is it? According to Tim Spector, a professor of genetic epidemiology at King's College London, it is devastating to a human's gut bacteria. He writes in The Conversation, that eating that type of highly ...

A Sharp Spike in Honeybee Deaths Deepens a Worrisome Trend

1 week ago - A prolonged and mysterious die-off of the nation’s honeybees, a trend worrisome both to beekeepers and to farmers who depend on the insects to pollinate their crops, apparently worsened last year. In an annual survey released on Wednesday by the Bee Informed Partnership, a ...

Astronomers baffled by discovery of rare quasar quartet

1 week ago - Using the W. M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii, a group of astronomers led by Joseph Hennawi of the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy have discovered the first quadruple quasar: four rare active black holes situated in close proximity to one another. The quartet resides in one of the most ...

Found: Giant 'spirals in space' that could explain our existence

1 week ago - Giant magnetic spirals in the sky could explain why there is something rather than nothing in the universe, according to an analysis of data from NASA's Fermi space telescope. Our best theories of physics imply we shouldn't be here. The Big Bang ought to have produced equal ...

What's Hiding In This Innocent-Looking Museum In Thailand Is Seriously Freaky

1 week ago - Hidden away on the busy streets of Bangkok, Thailand, is a little museum that is equal parts fascinating and nightmarish called the Siriraj Medical Museum. At this point, you might be saying, "Medical museum? So what? That doesn't sound too scary." That's where you're wrong. This ...

What This Man Found While Snorkeling The Colorado River Shocked A Whole Town

1 week ago - A man in Cienega Springs, Arizona, was snorkeling in the Colorado River when he was startled by a disturbing sight about 40 feet below him: two skeletons sitting in lawn chairs. Frightened, he reported the chilled-out cadavers to local police, who promptly investigated. Lawn ...

Human Sperm 'Grown' in a Lab for the First Time

1 week ago - In a breakthrough that could lead to a treatment for thousands of infertile men, scientists have grown human sperm cells in a laboratory for the first time. The Kallistem laboratory, a private research facility based in Lyon, France, has turned spermatogonia into mature sperm in ...