South China Sea's blue hole calls into question theories about the way underwater sinkholes form.
In a matter of months, Lake Urmia has turned bright red. The breathtaking expanse of water might look like a martian landscape, but the weird phenomenon has been caused by the tiny organisms living in it.
The bright lights came and went on Thursday midnight
Babies are sponges for new information – so why does it take so long for us to form your first memory? BBC Future investigates.
GAS explosions in the ocean floor could be responsible for mysterious disappearances over the Bermuda Triangle, a new report has claimed.
A strange photo taken recently in North Florida is generating a lot of discussion.
June 30, 1908 started like any other day in Vanavara, Siberia – but then the Earth shook, quite literally, in an explosion of unrivaled force. Indeed, the area had just been witness to one of the biggest scientific mysteries of our time, and it’s one that continues to baffle the brightest minds even today.
Police officers mostly have a tough time of things. They witness gruesome crime scenes, have to deal with delivering bad news, and often don’t get the credit or thanks they may deserve after working long, tiring hours to solve cases. However, in some instances, police officers responding to an emergency call come across something totally different from what they usually do.
Weather experts were baffled by mysterious flashes of red and white light which illuminated the skyline over east London.
More than 100 years ago, a massive explosion ripped through the sky over the Tunguska region of Siberia, flattening trees nearly 31 miles around. Scientists say it was likely caused by a cosmic object.
Research cameras from Appalachian State University are coming up blank
Over 100 years after the most powerful explosion in documented history, researchers are still trying to figure out exactly what happened
Nature and humans can create bizarre things, and there are some absolutely strange places around the world. They can make you fascinated or scared and will never vanish from your memory once you see them.
On June 30, identical twins Sarah Mariuz and Leah Rodgers gave birth at exactly the same time to healthy babies. OK, they weren’t in the same hospital or even the same state, but STILL. That’s insane.
It is believed that the trees were created by an ancient Buddhist god - but many people aren't convinced
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A mile away from the empty campsite, the rescue party finally find something. The long-dead ashes of a hastily built fire swirl around the boughs of a cedar tree, under which two human bodies lie inert in the snow. These are the first remains to be found of the nine-strong hiking expedition led by Igor ...
Posted on Youtube, the shock footage raises “major concerns” about what the LCH is being used for. The narrator of the video claims the two images have been forensically researched and are genuine and unedited.
Science and technology are marching ahead at breakneck speed. However, there are certain incidents and phenomenon that are literally making science say BRB. These happenings still have science scratching its head as there are no proper researched theories that identify causes and effects.
The scientists from Arctic University in Norway have discovered multiple giant underwater craters on the bottom of the Barents Sea in the Arctic. This may uncover the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle.
Is there a Fourth of July curse that has caused presidents to die? Many people have asked that question, based upon the coincidental circumstances surrounding three United States presidents who died on Independence Day. Two presidents, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, not only died on the same day, but were also Declaration of Independence signers.