The World's Tallest Man And Shortest Woman Hung Out At The Pyramids And The Pictures Are Pretty Amazing
Kosen and Amge were invited to Cairo by Egypt's Tourism Promotion Board in an attempt to boost travel to Egypt's capital city. Kosen's massive height is caused by pituitary gigantism, a condition where
It’s grown locally, processed locally, 3D-printed locally, and sold locally. And its inventors think it could change how we buy just about everything. A new bioplastic made from algae could replace oil-based
A handful of clinics is embracing a 'party drug' that could be a rapid-fire depression treatment — we got a look inside
• Ketamine — widely used legally as an anesthetic and illegally in club settings — is emerging as a potential new treatment for some types of depression.• Researchers have called it "the most important
Imagine a lamp. Any lamp. Now imagine having to water it. Dutch product designer Ermi van Oers created Living Light: plants that double as lights. Or lights that double as plants – whichever way you prefer
From geodesic domes to cracks in the sidewalk, the show's wildly creative backdrops teach a valuable lesson: that enchantment and imperfection can exist side by side. Is there an architect who would turn
The CloudFisher can harvest up to 36,000 liters of water for 800 people per day Ever notice the droplets of water that collect onto spider webs? So did Peter Trautwein, a volunteer engineer with the German
The high-tech alternative to throwing on an extra sweater Instead of turning up the thermostat up this winter, why not just throw on some nanowire-coated clothing to stay toasty? According to the International
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New York photographer Matt Weber has been pursuing his fascination with the Big Apple for more than three decades. For six years he worked as a taxi cab driver and witnessed the city from a unique perspective.
With just a spray paint can and some stencils, Canadian street artist Peter Gibson, aka Roadsworth, transforms all kinds of regular street markings into playful works of art. In 2001, the Montreal-based
With the Sochi Olympics underway, the world has turned its attention to Russia. Among the insanity of these games–like being $40 billion over budget–come the atrocities over the lack of gay rights in country.
You only need a cursory familiarity with the work of magicians like Derren Brown and David Blaine to realise that at the heart of many illusions lies a piece of rock-solid mathematics. Sometimes tricks