A Buggati Veyron at top speed for A Minute will take 47,000 Ltr of Air As Much As You Breath In 4 Day.
Abraj Kudai will be the world Biggest Hotel. It will have 10,000 Rooms and 60 Restaurants.
Geisha in japanes means “person of the arts”, And the first Geisha were actually men called Taikomochi and they had role similar to Western court jesters.
A Red Panda Eats Approximately 200 Bamboo Shoots And Leaves Per Day, Which Is About 20 To 30% Of Their Body Weight.
Behind The Scene Of Man Vs Wild.
You Should Never Eat Anything Which Is Wrapped In Newspaper Because Ink Used In Newspaper Is Directly Linked To Cancer.
Meet The Entelodont, The Horse-Sized “Hell Pig” Whose Teeth Were As Thick As A Human Wrist
Dylan McWilliams, A 20 Year Old Man Who Was Bitten By Shark,Attack By A Bear And Bitten By Rattle Snake, All In Just Over 3 Years.
A Teenager From Connecticut Completed Her Bucket List Right Before She Died. She Had Previously Accomplished Everything On Her Bucket List Except For One Goal: Save A Life. She Died By Sacrificing Herself To Save A Friend By Pushing Him Out Of The Way Of An Oncoming Car.
Imagine What We Achieve When We Work Together.
After Michael Jackson’s Death In 2009 His Sister Found A Hard Drive Which Contained More Then 1000 Unreleased Songs.
Dragon Hole Is The Deepest Known Blue Hole In The World At 300.89 Meters Deep And Located In South China Sea.
Hong Kong Student Studying For Their Finals While Protesting.
Stephen Hawking Experiencing Zero Gravity.
Al-Qaeda Initially Considred Targeting Nuclear Power Plants On 9/11 But Decided Against It, Fearing Things Could “Get Out Of Control.”
The Closest point to earth is not mount everest. Rather it is Mount Chimborazo, a 20,000 plus Foot mountain in Andes.Even though mount Everest is taller from sea level,Mount Chimborazo Sits higher on earth’s bulge.
Over 68% of earth’s fresh water is frozen In permanent ice, including Earth’s ice Caps and Glaciers.
The War In Afghanistan Started On October 7,2001, In Response To The September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks On The United States Which Costs Taxpayers $45 Billion Per Year.