Conspiracy theories always had a warm and comfortable refuge in our modern culture. It seems that history has become so boring we crave after a dose of mystery. Believers see aliens visiting Earth more probable than our spaceship landing on the moon. Why blame the terrorists when everyone knows 9/11 was an inside job? Welcome to
Forget about your average mom and dad! Instead, prepare for a journey that will take you to the very fringes of parenthood. Our list debuts with an example of parenting done wrong. Don’t worry! Good things make their way further down the list. The 16th parent you won’t believe exists is guaranteed to leave you
Take a warm blanket and maybe some extra socks. What you are about to read will give you the chills and make your hair raise. As we go to sleep at night, we like to tell ourselves that we live in a world of certainties. Guess again! Absurd and damn-right disturbing incidents wake us up
Many people on the spiritual path have seen synchronicities in the past few years. In particular, people report seeing repeating numbers on the clock, on license plates, and other places: 11:11, 2:22, 3:33, etc. Then people search for answers. Millions of people have visited websites talking about Angel Numbers, where meaning is assigned to numbers.
Evan Thomson, a researcher from the University of British Colombia, has confirmed that the Buddhist teaching of a constantly changing self is accurate. According to Buddhists, change is the only constant in the universe, which means that there is no such thing as a stable self. Neuroscience also says that the brain and body is
Pamela Gale Malhotra and her husband, Anil Malhotra, own Sai Sanctuary, the only private wildlife sanctuary in India and have been replanting and protecting forests and wildlife since it’s foundation in 1991. Today, SAI Sanctuary covers over 300 acres of wildlife that are home to more than 200 globally endangered species of plants and animals,
Bees have been in the media spotlight recently due to their declining populations and the huge implication that their dwindling numbers are having on food produce. Due to this, reports have claimed that beehives are now disappearing at an alarmingly rapid rate, which is largely due to pesticides and mites, as well as climate change.
The video above shows a brown needle that looks like it’s trying to bury itself among some ice-cubes. It is, in fact, the snout of a mosquito, searching for blood vessels in the flesh of a mouse. This footage was captured by Valerie Choumet and colleagues from the Pasteur Institute in Paris, who watched through
It’s August in Australia, and a small, mouse-like creature called an antechinus is busy killing himself through sex. He was a virgin until now, but for two to three weeks, this little lothario goes at it non-stop. He mates with as many females as he can, in violent, frenetic encounters that can each last up