Abdul Hannan Saif
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ALIEN Life Found Living In Earth's Atmosphere
For centuries, humans have been curious about whether there is life beyond Earth. This fascination is seen in ancient mythologies that speak of superior beings from distant worlds. Archaeological sites and artifacts also show that different civilizations have been obsessed with different realms of existence and out-of-this-world creatures.
The TALLEST Mountain in The SOLAR SYSTEM
The highest mountain on Earth is Mount Everest, but this is only true when we measure the height of a mountain above sea level. However, there is a much bigger mountain in the solar system that we can talk about, known as Olympus Mons. It is a volcano located on Mars in the Tharsis region and is the largest mountain in our solar system, about the size of France. The mountain is named after the mountain of the gods in Greek mythology due to its enormous size, which is much larger than the two other big mountains on Mars, both of which are already quite large, with the tallest standing at 16 miles or 25 kilometers high. To give you an idea of just how big Olympus Mons is, it's roughly the same size as the state of Arizona.
160,000 Monks TRANSFORMED Their Bodies into LIGHT!?
There are countless theories about what happens to us after we die. Some believe in the concept of heaven or hell, while others believe in reincarnation. However, many Eastern belief systems talk about reincarnation in terms of multiple past lives, and the cycle of reincarnation is considered to be suffering. The ultimate goal is to reach enlightenment and let go of all worldly desires to break free from the cycle.
The Search for the Smallest Thing in the Universe
Let's talk about the smallest thing in the universe. We often discuss big things like tall buildings and large animals, but in this article, we're focusing on something much tinier. Scientists have learned a lot about the human body, and now they want to understand the basic components of the universe. They're curious about the smallest thing in the universe that can't be broken down any further.
ANCIENT Stones Show ALIENS, Humans With DINOSAURS
Every now and then, a new discovery causes a massive uproar in the fascinating field of archaeology. Some artifacts that have been found on Earth usually become the subject of intense debates because mainstream scientists have intimately questioned their authenticity while usually, another alternative field passionately insists that they are significant and even groundbreaking finds. However, there are rare instances when experts from various fields of study fight over the same objects to prove their respective and different theories. Examples of such curious relics aren't the controversial because stones of Peru, which will be our topic in this article.
"The most delicious ingredient you've never heard of."
Tonka beans are a type of seed that is popular in gourmet cooking, particularly in desserts. These wrinkly, black beans are known for their distinctive aroma, which is a mix of vanilla, cinnamon, almond, and clove, with some even claiming to detect notes of cherry, sandalwood, licorice, and caramel. But did you know that tonka beans have been banned in the United States since the 1950s?
"How a Blind Man Uses Sonar to See Like a Bat!"
Daniel Kish lost his sight to a rare form of cancer called retinoblastoma when he was only 13 months old. His eyes had to be removed due to the cancer, and throughout his entire life, Daniel never really saw the world the way that most of us do. However, his blindness also allowed him to appreciate the world far more than most people would.
What keeps Us from Hearing Aliens?
Have you ever looked up at the night sky and wondered if there is intelligent life out there? With billions of stars in our galaxy alone, the possibility of other civilizations existing in the vast universe seems likely. But why haven't we heard from anyone yet? This is known as the Fermi Paradox, named after the physicist Enrico Fermi, who famously asked the question, "Where is everybody?"
The Ancient Languages That Have Endured the Test of Time
Legend has it that the world used to speak a single language and everyone understood each other. But when the people of the world decided to wreck the Tower of Babel, it was struck down by the heavens. As a result, the nations of the world were divided by different languages. Today, there are close to 7,000 languages spoken in the world, and many of the modern languages that we know of have splintered from older languages because of varying cultures, conquests, and invasions. However, they haven't all changed. In this article, we'll count down the 7 oldest languages in the world that are still being used today and have, in more ways than one, influenced the modern languages we use around the world.
5 of the Incredibly Dangerous Roads in the World
Driving can be a tiring and monotonous task, especially when you are on a long journey. Many people tend to get sleepy while driving, and it can lead to dangerous consequences. While there are many ways to try and stay alert, sometimes nothing seems to work, and the only option is to pull over and take a nap. This can be a lifesaving decision, and it is essential to prioritize your safety in reaching your destination on time.
Five Ways to Make Friends with Your Cat
Cats are known for their aloof and unpredictable behavior, making it difficult for their owners to understand them. However, cats have their language, and if you learn it, there's a chance you'll understand them much better. We've put together a guide to help you find a common language with your pet.