Out-of-place artifacts discovered around the world. There’s still so much that is unexplained..

“..in 1788, 40 or 50 feet below ground in a layer of
limestone were found coins, petrified wooden handles of hammers, pieces
of other petrified wooden tools, and a quarrymen’s board. The limestone
was 300 million years old..”

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What A Week’s Groceries Look Like Around The World


The age-old practice of sitting down to
a family meal is undergoing unprecedented change as rising world
affluence and trade, along with the spread of global food conglomerates,
transform eating habits worldwide. HUNGRY PLANET profiles 30 families
from around the world–including Bosnia, Chad, Egypt, Greenland, Japan,
the United States, and France–and offers detailed descriptions of
weekly food purchases; photographs of the families at home, at market,
and in their communities; and a portrait of each family surrounded by a
week’s worth of groceries.


the good old Germans buy in lots of beers..

Chemical Reactions


“Chemistry isn’t just about memorizing chemical formulas or calculating
molar masses. Well, sometimes it is, but other times it’s about rolling
up your sleeves (warning: metaphor, always wear long sleeves in the lab)
and putting the theory into practice. Chemistry dictates the way
substances behave on a molecular scale, and that can mean very
noticeable changes on a larger one. Maybe something catches fire or
explodes — finding out is half the fun.”


Sodium acetate crystallization