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Top 10 Most Evil Women world Record

We all tend to focus on the evil men in the world and forget some of the truly evil women that have lived. I hope to correct that with this list. Here we have not just serial killers, but other utterly despicable women who have caused tragedy in many...
by Fasak on Jan 29, 2015

World's Wackiest Addictions

Tanorexia: addiction to Tannings Tanorexia is an unhealthy dependence on tanning; the name comes because of its similarities to both substance addictions and body image disorders, such as anorexia. There is some evidence that UV tanning dependence...
by Fasak on Jan 29, 2015

Amazing Captivating Fractals Found in Nature

Fractals: they’re famously found in nature and artists have created some incredible renderings as well. Fractals are purely a wonder - too irregular for Euclidean geometry; iterative and recursive and seemingly infinite. They turn up in food and ge...
by Fasak on Jan 29, 2015

Amazing Visually Arresting but Threatened Forests

We owe our lives to trees. Trees provide far more than furniture and fuel. Everyone finds forests to be beautiful, but not many know how hardworking forests really are. The world’s great forests help make our planet hospitable to life; they purify...
by Fasak on Jan 29, 2015

Amazing Biggest, Strangest, and Most Devastating Sinkholes on Earth

One day you’re feeling satisfied with the fruits of all your yard work. The next day, your lawn is a gaping pit of mud. That’s if you are lucky - it could have been your house, neighborhood or, say, local interstate. Sinkholes tend to appear sudd...
by Fasak on Jan 29, 2015

Abandoned Airfields, Airports, and Airplanes

Air travel has become a major part of our society, with industries and individuals depending on air transport for their livelihood. But have you ever wondered what happens to the artifacts of our airborne culture when they’re no longer needed? In m...
by Fasak on Jan 29, 2015

30 Random amazing facts!

Did you think you knew everything? Well, you didn’t! Check out these amazing facts…  ...
by Furiousman Wasting Time on Jan 15, 2015

Extraordinary Examples of Animal Camouflage

Just like plants, animals have evolved stunning characteristics and brilliant mechanisms for defending themselves passively. Whether it’s the ability to change color or actually resemble other objects, the wondrous ways in which animals camouflage...
by Fasak on Dec 29, 2014

Ludicrously Expensive Celebrity Homes

We all want to know the inside story about our favourite celebrities. Whether you’re an Internet geek that’s interested in Stephen Colbert and Bill Gates or a Hollywood hound who can’t get enough of Britney, you keep the media happy with your i...
by Fasak on Dec 29, 2014

Casa Batllo The House of Bones

Restored and remodeled by the Spanish modernist architect Antoni Gaudi in the years 1905–1907, Casa Batllo is now one the most overlooked buildings by the tourists who visit Barcelona. Although Casa Batllo is a museum now, Gaudi designed it for for...
by Fasak on Dec 29, 2014

Casa Batllo The House of Bones

Restored and remodeled by the Spanish modernist architect Antoni Gaudi in the years 1905–1907, Casa Batllo is now one the most overlooked buildings by the tourists who visit Barcelona. Although Casa Batllo is a museum now, Gaudi designed it for for...
by Fasak on Dec 29, 2014

Casa Batllo The House of Bones

Restored and remodeled by the Spanish modernist architect Antoni Gaudi in the years 1905–1907, Casa Batllo is now one the most overlooked buildings by the tourists who visit Barcelona. Although Casa Batllo is a museum now, Gaudi designed it for for...
by Fasak on Dec 29, 2014

Casa Batllo The House of Bones

Restored and remodeled by the Spanish modernist architect Antoni Gaudi in the years 1905–1907, Casa Batllo is now one the most overlooked buildings by the tourists who visit Barcelona. Although Casa Batllo is a museum now, Gaudi designed it for for...
by Fasak on Dec 29, 2014

Casa Batllo The House of Bones

Restored and remodeled by the Spanish modernist architect Antoni Gaudi in the years 1905–1907, Casa Batllo is now one the most overlooked buildings by the tourists who visit Barcelona. Although Casa Batllo is a museum now, Gaudi designed it for for...
by Fasak on Dec 29, 2014

The Old Seven Wonders

  The  great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt.    The Egyptian pharaoh Khufu built the Great Pyramid in about 2560 B.C. to serve as his tomb. The pyramid is the oldest structure on the original list of the seven wonders of the ancient world, which was c...
by Fasak on Dec 29, 2014

Killer Insects 6 Natural Born Anthropod Assassins

These deadly insects are naturally designed to kill. The effects of their bites range from painful to deadly for humans, and they inject their prey with lethal salivary secretions that immobilize them and ease ingestion and digestion. These six repre...
by Fasak on Dec 29, 2014

10 of the Most Amazing Sand Sculptures From Around the World

As a kid you probably enjoyed making sandcastles on the beach but did you ever think sandcastles could be so big, so elaborate or intricate? Some take it seriously, very seriously. Amateurs, artists and businesses from around the globe compete to win...
by Fasak on Dec 28, 2014

Amazing Most Unique Lakes of our World

Plitvice Lakes (Croatia): Sixteen Lakes interconnected by Spectacular Waterfalls The Plitvice Lakes are a series of sixteen lakes interconnected by spectacular waterfalls, set in a deep woodland and populated by deers, bears, wolves, boars and rar...
by Fasak on Dec 28, 2014

Extraordinary People with Real Superpower

The boy who sees without Eyes, Ben Underwood taught himself to use echo location to navigate around the world. He is blind, both of his eyes were removed (cancer) when he was 3, but has managed to do some truly extraordinary feats. Basically he’...
by Fasak on Dec 28, 2014

Awesome Underground Lakes

Reed Flute Cave, China Cave Lake near Margaret River, Australia Cave Sopot-Boka Kotorska, Montenegro Wieliczka Salt Mine, Poland Aktun-Chen, Mexico Wookey Hole Cave, UK Melisani Lake...
by Fasak on Dec 28, 2014
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