We’re swiftly approaching the one-year anniversary of the Chelyabinsk meteor, which entered the atmosphere on February 15, 2013 and caused quite a bit of damage, injuring hundreds of people in the southern Ural region.
Experts believe a derelict cruise ship that’s been missing for a year may be en route to the U.K. The problem? It may also be filled with disease-ridden cannibal rats.
[box type=”shadow”]pre·scient – Adjective – having or showing knowledge of events before they take place; “a prescient warning“[/box] I guess it’d be weird if I didn’t at least acknowledge the recent “scientific” hunt for time travelers. Wouldn’t it?
In a move that has many raising their eyebrows, the Seven Star Energy Investment Group intends to create a full-scale replica of the Titanic, which will be located in the Qi River in China’s Sichuan Province.
When the proton beam shot through Anatoli Bugorski’s skull, he saw a flash “brighter than a thousand suns,” but felt no pain.
So here’s a question: Would you agree to be shrunken down to the size of a doll if it meant preserving the environment?
If time travel is possible…