Mystery Revealed: How does the dishwasher work (video)

Mystery Revealed: How does the dishwasher work (video)

Have you ever been curious about what happens inside the dishwasher and how it works in practice. Unlike washing machines in which a glass encloses washing process, the operation of dishwashers was ever pure mystery. »

Pakkirappa Hunagundi is addicted to eating bricks, gravel and mud

Man Addicted To Eating Bricks, Mud and Gravel (video)

An Indian man says he is addicted to eating bricks, gravel and mud. Pakkirappa Hunagundi, 30, first developed a taste for the non-edible objects when he was 10. Ever since he says he has consumed »

Toraja walking dead

Living dead: These people have risen from the grave

There are many strange and unexplained cases in which people were declared dead, but after a few hours or days went back to life. Some of us would consider that is a part of God, »

The Icelandic Phallological Museum

Museum of penis obtains first human specimen (video)

The world’s only museum dedicated to the male genitalia is a step in the implementation of its decades-long dream – to complete its collection with a human specimen. The Icelandic Phallological Museum covers a wide »

Seven Myths About The Brain

Seven Myths About The Brain (video)

Each of us has heard that listening to classical music affects intelligence. This is just one of the myths that people believe in, which is totally wrong. We only use 10% of our brain. We »

Lizzie Velasquez Stays Skeletal Despite Nonstop Eating

Lizzie Velasquez Stays Skeletal Despite Nonstop Eating

For many people, the idea of eating whatever you want without gaining weight sounds like a dream. But it’s a life long battle for Lizzie Velasquez, a skeletally thin 21-year-old from Austin, Texas who is unable to put on weight even though she consumes 5,000 to 8,000 calories a day, according to the English paper

World-first lung surgery while she was still in her mother’s WOMB

World-first lung surgery

A baby’s life was saved by pioneering surgery after doctors carried out an operation on her lungs while she was still in her mother’s womb. Alaitz Corominas, from Spain, is now a happy and healthy toddler after becoming the world’s first foetus to undergo the procedure three months before she was due to be born.