By the terms of a 1659 treaty, France and Spain alternate sovereignty. Every February, French representatives meet their counterparts on Pheasant Island to hand it over to the Spaniards; every August, they get it back.
Bootlegging gangsters of the 1920s and 30s firing a barrage of bullets at the G-men in pursuit — that's the mental picture you might have of the Tommy gun.
Researchers found this bioluminescent, out-of-this-world jellyfish in the dark depths of the ocean. Like in "Pacific Rim," maybe we've been looking for extraterrestrials in the wrong place...
Before he was a Mythbuster, Adam Savage was a propmaker. Every time he lets out a noise of excitement, you know that means he's seriously impressed by the fine work of WETA.
To be perfectly honest, we can't quite track what's going on here (even the guy who filmed it said it was "about 4 different storylines"), but it mainly boils down to: 1) Extremely drunk Brits; 2) On a train; 3) Warring over a bagel.
Locals in the area avoid it, saying it is a "doorway to the underworld". But for scientists, the megaslump site is of great interest.
Nope, no fancy pedal work here. This guy is just the God of musical multi-tasking.
The videos of this mulleted, denim-clad man jumping a 79 Yamaha hit pretty much every pleasure centre in my redneck brain.
Experts say awareness and practice are the keys to stop using interjections that can make you seem nervous or unintelligent.
In tests, the insects learned to use tools they would never find in nature.
A pair of illustrators turned tiny blips in data into vivid views from the TRAPPIST-1 star system.
Honestly, if every fishing trip was a fight between you and an alligator, more kids might be excited to go.
As Google's Project Ara drew to a close, designers started coming up with some truly out-there ideas.
The system used to generate the playable galaxy in spaceflight simulator "Elite: Dangerous" happened to predict a 7-planet system in the neighborhood of TRAPPIST-1.
Look, we get that this illustrates how much air is inside of potato chip bags — which we agree is an annoying albeit first world problem — but this is dumb.
In the daytime, it looks like a spout of red Gatorade. At night, it lights up the surrounding pillowy steam.
When cows and horses are no longer enough of an adrenaline rush, it's time to bring out the heavy equiptment.
A lot of Westerners treat Africa like less like a continent and more like a nation— which is so far from the case.... but, what if it were?
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