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Lohan – world’s oldest mother. In November 2008 Rajo Devi Lohan (no relation to Lindsay Lohan, we think!?) from India gave birth to her first child, at the age of 70. While Lohan is the world’s oldest mother, the Indian … Continue reading
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Queen Victoria eased menstrual cramps by smoking marijuana. The American Civil War resulted in over 400,000 morphine addicts. Sometimes a glass of water cost $100 during the 1849 Gold Rush. Peter the Great and Alexander the Great suffered from epilepsy. … Continue reading
Philosopher’s stone as pictured in Michael Maier’s Atalanta Fugiens Emblem 21. According to legend the Philosopher’s Stone is a tool in alchemy capable of turning base metals into gold and is believed to be the elixir of life promising health … Continue reading
Sailing stones, or moving rocks, is an unexplained natural phenomenon of rocks moving in long tracks across a surface, typically in a desert, without any assistance from humans or animals. To date nobody has seen the rocks actually move therefore … Continue reading
The barreleye fish, already known as a species but filmed in the deep for the first time by the Monterey Bay aquarium research institute. The green orbs are its eyes, directed upwards to detect its prey in silhouette through its … Continue reading
The Voynich manuscript is a handwritten book thought to have been written in the 15th or 16th century and comprising about 240 vellum pages, most with illustrations. The author, script, and language remain unknown: for these reasons it has been … Continue reading
The Toynbee tiles are messages of mysterious origin found embedded in asphalt in about two dozen major cities in the United States and four South American capitals. Since the 1980s, several hundred tiles have been discovered. They are generally about … Continue reading
Concept for the Stockholm Library, rendered by a team of students at the Architecture School of Paris La Seine.
Which one is a robotic-clone, or an actroid and which one is the real deal? Well, its the one on the right, and his name is Hiroshi Ishiguro. Ishiguro is the director of the Intelligent Robotics Laboratory, part of the … Continue reading