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History of Civilization and Climate Change: What We Can Learn from the Past

By | August 28th, 2016|Categories: Earth, Food for thought, History & Archaeology, Uncommon Science|Tags: , , , , , , |

As the history of civilization proves, we are not the first who have managed to influence the Earth's climate. Since 2014, each year the scientists have been warning that that was the hottest year since 1880. The Earth's pre-industrial average temperature was 57. 3 Fahrenheit or 13.6 Celsius. According to numerous sources in the past several [...]

Is Human Extinction Upon Us? These 4 Things Could Wipe out Our Species in 100 Years, Study Finds

By | May 25th, 2016|Categories: Earth, Food for thought, Futurism & Technology, Uncommon Science|Tags: , , , , , , |

Human extinction may sound crazy, but it's not impossible if you consider the world's current situation. Occasionally, we hear colourful theories of how the world is going to end in x amount of years – some plausible while others downright wild. While most of the population pass these by with fleeting curiosity, others take them [...]

Bulgarian Mystic Baba Vanga Predicted 9/11, 2004 Tsunami and ISIS. These Are Her Prophecies for 2016 and Beyond

By | December 11th, 2015|Categories: Food for thought, Unexplained Mysteries|Tags: , , , , |

Notice the things happening around us as we speak. Many of these occurrences were predicted decades ago, not in some publicity stunt on television nor were they witnessed in some circus side show. These predictions were observed by world leaders and scientists, visiting upon the idea that another Nostradamus was in our midst. Who made [...]

Artist Illustrates How Natural Disasters and Technology Will Change the Future Look of the World

By | November 27th, 2015|Categories: Arts & Movies, Earth, Food for thought, Futurism & Technology|Tags: , , , |

Russian designer and digital illustrator Evgeny Kazantsev creates mind-blowing images depicting the future look of the world in a surprisingly realistic way. Kazantsev, who was born in 1978, currently lives in Anapa, Russia. After having worked as an industrial designer, illustrator and photographer, he began transforming his great talent into colorful artworks by creating unique [...]

4 World-Changing Inventions That Never Saw the Light of Day

By | November 13th, 2015|Categories: Food for thought, Futurism & Technology, Uncommon Science|Tags: , , , , , |

This world in which we live has seen a lot of genius. Some found in people throughout history who were regarded as raving lunatics for their different way of thinking or those who never got any credibility. Other significant world-changing inventions have been buried for various political and personal reasons. A lot of people claim conspiracy [...]

5 Motions of the Earth You Didn’t Know Existed

By | October 31st, 2015|Categories: Earth, Uncommon Science|Tags: , , |

We have learned from our early school time that the Earth has two motions: revolution around the Sun that is 365 days 5 hour and 48 minutes (tropical year) and the Earth’s rotation around its own axis that takes 23 hours 56 minutes and 4 seconds (sidereal day), 24 hours (solar day). However, the Earth [...]

The Answers Behind the Myth of The Bermuda Triangle

By | May 26th, 2015|Categories: Earth, Unexplained Mysteries|Tags: , |

It has been a popular movie theme in the sixties and seventies and a major subject of research for scientists over the past years. What is eventually the truth behind the Bermuda Triangle story? The Bermuda Triangle, also known as Devil's Triangle, is an area in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, where [...]

New Study Reveals How Climate Affects Language Development

By | February 3rd, 2015|Categories: Earth, Languages, Psychology & Health, Uncommon Science|Tags: , , |

I am sure we have all wondered why languages are different from region to region. The spoken word, although complex and diverse, is enticing. We all muse about why we do not communicate in a universal form. Well, the obvious reasons pertain to culture in different regions of the world. This is a well-known observation. [...]

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