Can you believe this?
Your daily dose of natural disasters and amazing phenomena for February 11, 2021
That is awesome!
Researchers said Wednesday they had observed water vapour escaping high up in the thin atmosphere of Mars, offering tantalising new clues as to whether the Red Planet could have once hosted life.
Weird sounds in Fairbanks Alaska coming from the sky:
NASA is warning of a slew of asteroids headed Earth’s way in the coming days and weeks, some coming between us and the moon, with others measuring roughly the same size as the Golden Gate Bridge.
Researchers have recreated notes from a 17,000-year-old conch shell, found in a cave in southern France.
The shell was initially thought to be a drinking cup but a more detailed analysis showed that the shell had been subtly modified by humans to attach a mouthpiece and use as a musical instrument. This is how it sounds:
Old-growth forests soon gone in B.C. despite being protected.
Good news! For the first time in 2 decades, the US has gone a year without a combat death in Afghanistan. However, the U.S. should extend the May 1 deadline for pulling all its troops from Afghanistan:
Tokyo Olympics organisers will supply 150,000 condoms but urge athletes to keep their distance. Well it’s also sport i would say!
A pileup involving 100 vehicles has killed at least eight people, injured dozens more and brought traffic on a slippery Texas interstate to a complete stop. Terrifying!
It's pretty metal! Man turns his uncle's skeleton into a guitar:
Crazy! Overproducing woman donates 62 gallons of breast milk to moms struggling with lactation. Imagine that! She was probably pumping the whole time!
This map shows each state's most hated state. Guess what state hates itself:
This cow is too sexy for Farcebook; Banned!
Even the sun can have a bad hair day. Picture by Harlan Thomas of Calgary, Alberta on Feb. 8th:
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