The snow is blue in St. Petersburg, Russia, and no one knows why. Residents there are more than a bit perturbed, as officials remain uncertain about what’s causing their snow to turn such an unusual hue. They’re in the process of testing samples right now, but the worry is that it may be toxic.
In September, a 70-year-old London man spontaneously combusted while walking down a street near his home, according to a report by The Telegraph.
For hundreds of millions of years, an unusual object has traversed the Milky Way Galaxy, heading straight for us.
There’s something for everyone on Mars – broken spacecraft, dinosaur bones, remnants of ancient civilizations. Squirrels. Perhaps it’s not so extraordinary, then, that eagle-eyed supernatural seekers have located a mysterious round ball on the Red Planet.
Is the Earth flat? That’s a bit of a weird topic, if you ask me. An oddly political one, too – there’s an honest-to-goodness movement behind the idea, with large online communities devoted to unraveling what many believe is a planet-wide conspiracy to keep the true nature of our world a secret.
Tardigrades. Water bears. Moss piglets. These remarkably sturdy microscopic organisms are so resilient they can survive the harshest environments, from fiery volcanoes to the deep sea, the Antarctic, and even the ravages of outer space.
Meet the newest version of SpotMini, Boston Dynamics’ yellow four-legged robot that actually looks pretty sleek. It seems a lot more advanced than their older robots, something I could honestly see chasing me down in a post-apocalyptic robot future hellscape. Exciting and terrifying, just the way it should be.
An international task force of Time Travel Hunters has located yet another piece of evidence that temporal tourists are mucking about with our already fragile timeline.
Four men from the Nong Kung Si district in Thailand’s Kalasin province have died “mysteriously,” leading some residents to believe they were killed by a “porb ghost.”
Astronomers are trying to understand the odd behavior of a star that has seemingly gone supernova multiple times. As Phys.org reports, atronomers at the Palomar Transient Factory first detected the star, iPTF14hls, go supernova in September 2014. It was then classified as an exploding star the following January. Unexpectedly, however, the star then began to …
Grays Sports Almanac. That book tells the future. It tells the results of every major sports event until the end of the century – football, baseball, horse races, boxing. The information in there is worth millions. And maybe, just maybe, it actually exists. I don’t really follow sports, to be honest. I got this tip …
I don’t even know what to make of this one. It’s much better to read the press release for a full explanation. But, suffice it to say, scientists over at CERN have performed measurements once again confirming that protons and antiprotons share the same magnetic moment (or g-factor). At least, so far, it seems that …
Here’s a little macabre story for you (reader beware): On June 28, 1905, the prisoner Henri Languille was decapitated by the guillotine in France. In the interest of science, a doctor named Beaurieux observed the execution, and immediately retrieved the fallen head.