12 Oldest Animals In The World

Meet 12 of the world’s oldest animals! Several of these ancient species, believed to be extinct, have recently surfaced and were rediscovered. These animals did not undergo any significant changes despite millions of...

 

Portuguese Sailors Called This Beautiful Coast “The Gates Of Hell” or The Skeleton Coast

It’s actual name is the Skeleton Coast, which is a stretch of Africa’s shore that has become the graveyard of many unlucky explorers, littered with rusted shipwrecks and animal bones. Portuguese sailors referred...

 

In 1958 an Atomic Bomb was Accidentally Dropped in South Carolina, USA

What happened in Mars Bluffs, South Carolina, is a horrifying reminder of the Cold War. The U.S. Air Force apparently had some trouble keeping those scary nuclear bombs in the air during that terrifyingly volatile era. On...

 

Chilling Visualization Shows Every Nuclear Detonation Since 1945

On July 16, 1945, the first nuclear weapon code named “Trinity” was detonated. Since then, there have been a staggering 2,153 nuclear detonations on our planet. Trinity, by Orbital Mechanics, is a chilling, detailed...

 

Guy Bought a Secondhand Watch for $5.99 And Found This Item Is Worth $35,000!

Sometimes we throw things out (or donate them) because we have no use for them. But what might be useless and meaningless to us is pretty much valuable to others.

 

Incredible Photos Of The Unbelievably Massive Cold War Russian Plane (36 Pictures)

In 1987, the first 350-ton Soviet battle missile carrier was produced. The massive "ship" was called Lun (also called Project 903), after the Russian name for a bird of prey, harrier.

 
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