Category: WOW

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    New 4,000 Year Old Tomb Discovered in Eqypt

    Archaeologists in Egypt have unveiled a 4,000 year old tomb near the Giza pyramids that contains rare wall paintings and is believed to belong to a high-ranking priestess named Hetpet. According to researchers Hetpet was a priestess for Hathor, a goddess associated with fertility, motherhood, and love. Hetpet was buried in a tomb featuring several […]

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    New Evidences About How Big Was the Mayan Empire

    Using laser-created scans of the jungles in northern Guatemala, researchers digitally removed the tree canopy from images of the area. The editing was made possible by a technology called LiDAR, which scans pictures taken at a birds’-eye view uncovered an entire new city in the Central American jungle. The ancient Maya civilization was one of the […]

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    Nuclear War: With so Many US Nuclear Targets Can We Survive an Attack?

    Even though today’s US nuclear targets list is not available to the public, it probably doesn’t look dramatically different from what you can find on FEMA or other gov sites.  As we are not so close to a US-Russia war and not even to a North-Koreean one, any nuke attack will have dramatic impact not […]

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    Jurassic Monster: 18-Foot-Long Sea Monster Found in India

    An exquisitely preserved fossil of an ichthyosaur — a dolphin-like reptile that lived during the dinosaur age — it’s the only Jurassic ichthyosaur ever found in India. The researchers were surprised to find the marine reptile in the Kachchh area in the western Indian state of Gujarat, because with the exceptions of South America and […]

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    The Secret Art Collection of Claude Monet Displayed for the First Time

    The exhibition, called Les Impressionistes en privé: 100 chefs d’oeuvre de collections particulieres (Impressionist works from private collections, 100 masterpieces), is being held by the Marmottan Monet museum to celebrate its 80th anniversary. Oscar-Claude Monet was a founder of French Impressionist painting, and the most consistent and prolific practitioner of the movement’s philosophy of expressing […]

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    The German Nuclear Fusion Machine Really Works

    Harnessing the power of the Sun. This is what the new massive stellerator is supposed to do and now the team of researchers have confirmed that the massive nuclear fusion machine is working.  A team of researchers from the US and Germany have now confirmed that the Wendelstein 7-X (W 7-X) stellerator is producing the […]

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    Lamborghini Centenario Just Arrived in Hong Kong

    The new Lambo model is a variation of the Aventador, featuring a similar carbon-fiber monocoque and 6.5-liter V12 engine, capable of accelerating from zero to 62 mph in just 2.8 seconds. The Lamborghini Centenario is unfit for public road use, so these photos by Ron Alder W Photography for Lamborghini Hong Kong may be the only good […]

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    Chris Cornell: Soundgarden star dead may be actually suicide

    Chris Cornell – the lead singer of Soundgarden and Audioslave – died Wednesday night in Detroit aged 52, according to his representative. According to a spokesman he was found on the bathroom floor, the medical unit were called and he was pronounced dead on scene. The singer’s family have asked for privacy while they work with a […]

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    The DeepMind AI that Google Created Learns to Be Aggressive in Stressful Situations

    Last year at Cambridge University, Stephen Hawking made the bold claim that the creation of artificial intelligence also called AI will be “either the best, or the worst thing, ever to happen to humanity”.  Last year, he joined famous Elon Musk and hundreds of other experts in writing an open letter asking the governments to […]

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    End Line: Istvántelek Train Yard, Place for Artifacts of Train History

    The abandoned Istvántelek Train Yard, known as the “Red Star Train Graveyard,” occupies a vast area of land outside Budapest. More than 100 locomotives and train cars rot away, some in deteriorating depots, others out in the field. Among these are some very rare train engines, and a few cars that are said to have […]

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    The Hollywood Sign- A History of Pranks

    Though it seems like the Hollywood sign has been there for just about forever, the famous sign was first built in 1923 and only intended to last for 18 months. Over the past 100 years, the sign has gained international fame as a Californian and American icon, but it’s also gained notoriety as a site for […]

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    Sue is The Largest and Most Complete T Rex Fossil Ever Discovered

    If you ever wish to see the fossils of the largest and most complete Tyrannosaurus rex specimen ever found on Earth, plan a trip to Chicago and head for the Field Museum of Natural History.  Sue is a sensation. It’s not just that she’s 42 ft long and 65 million years old. She’s the world’s most […]

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    How Trump won the Election: an Appeal to the Heart, Not the Head

    The GOP nominee Donald Trump is now the projected winner in enough states to give him more than 270 electoral votes. And Hillary Clinton has called Trump to concede, according to multiple media outlets. It is one of the most astonishing victories in American political history. Millions in the US and beyond are in shock, […]

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    Mystery Of The Bermuda Triangle Is Almost Solved

    The Bermuda Triangle has long been a mystery to scientists everywhere. How could entire ships and air squadrons vanish from radar screens in one specific triangular-shaped region of the globe? A new possible discovery could finally answer the question. On the Science Channel’s “What on Earth?” show, a pair of meteorologists recently discovered hexagonal-shaped clouds over […]