World records offer us fascinating factoids. But there are some that will leave you puzzled and, quite frankly, amused. These totally wacky categories were mostly submitted to the Guinness Book of World Records, while others...
In 1987, the first 350-ton Soviet battle missile carrier was produced. The massive "ship" was called Lun (also called Project 903), after the Russian name for a bird of prey, harrier.
On July 16, 1945, the first nuclear weapon code named “Trinity” was detonated. Since then, there have been a staggering 2,153 nuclear detonations on our planet. Trinity, by Orbital Mechanics, is a chilling, detailed...
It’s actual name is the Skeleton Coast, which is a stretch of Africa’s shore that has become the graveyard of many unlucky explorers, littered with rusted shipwrecks and animal bones. Portuguese sailors referred...
Everything is possible in the movies – flying cars, killing giants, not dying after a helicopter explosion, the list goes on. The movies can be so awesome we sometimes forget that real people are behind its making....
From ancient computers to massive underground armies, gruesome corpses to undecipherable manuscripts, these 25 archaeological discoveries will make you wonder how complex, bizarre and to some extent horrifying our past used...