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Blue Origin: Here’s What Space Tourism Would Look Like Aboard Jeff Bezos’ New Shepard...

Ready to fly outside Earth? Jeff Bezos' space company, Blue Origin, has released images of its new space tourism vehicle, New Shepard, that's expected...

Poison, War and Bunnies: The Dark Story of Japan’s Rabbit Island

These days, it's hard to imagine a more adorable island than Rabbit Island in Japan. The island, also known as Okunoshima, is home to...

Sierra Leone Pastor Finds Giant 706-Carat Diamond, ‘Surrenders’ Gem to Government

A fortunate pastor unearthed one of the largest uncut diamonds found in Sierra Leone. Pastor Emmanuel Momoh, an independent miner, found the 706-carat alluvial diamond...

Turkmenistan’s Mysterious ‘Door to Hell’ Has Been in Flames for Over 40 Years

Trek to the heart of Turkmenistan's Karakum Desert and you could be forgiven for thinking you've stumbled upon the gates of the underworld itself....

Raging Bull Rams 11-Inch Horn Up Matador’s Butt [Watch Video]

A disturbing footage showing a matador being gored by a bull has emerged online. As reported by Deccan Chronicle, the raging bull thrusted its 11-inch...

Shots, Anyone? Mexico Creates Cloud That Rains Tequila

Getting drunk just got more interesting. Mexico's tourist board, together with advertising agency Lapiz, just made all tequila lovers' dream come true as they...

Avalanche in Japan Ski Resort Kills Eight People, Injures 40

An avalanche at Tochigi ski resort of northeastern Japan has killed eight people. According to Japan Times, the seven students and one teacher from Otawara...

‘I Really Like Earth’: Neil deGrasse Tyson Will Not Go to Mars Until Elon...

World-class astrophysicist and science figurehead Neil deGrasse Tyson will not go to Mars aboard SpaceX's spacecraft until the mother of the company's founder, Elon...

California Beaches Likely to Disappear by 2100 Due to Sea Level Rise

California is most known for its stunning beaches with perfect waves crashing on an endless strip of winding coastline. Well, enjoy it while you...

Second Doomsday Vault in Norway Will Protect World’s Most Valuable Books

A second "Doomsday Vault" in Svalbard, Norway, now stores the world's most precious literature, ensuring its contents' survival even in the wake of extreme...

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