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The Zselici Starpark’s meteorite collection was extended with the moonlight Interesting Facts 

The Zselici Starpark’s meteorite collection was extended with the moonlight

   Hungary’s largest moonstone in public places has increased the collection of the Zselici Starpark meteorite collection recently.     László Mosoni, leader of the star park at MTI, said: a five centimeter long 25 gram weighing trace from Algeria, the largest moon meteor ever discovered, was purchased by Sefag from a merchant.     The 10,000-year-old star park, which has been donated annually in... Read More
They deciphered how the planet was conquered by floral plants Interesting Facts 

They deciphered how the planet was conquered by floral plants

US scientists have deciphered that the planet was conquered by floral plants, accounting for 90 percent of today’s live plants, the BBC reported on. In the past, they defeated the barbershops and the harassers, but it remained a mystery for a long time to break into dominance. According to a recent study published in the PLoS One online journal, the... Read More
Do you want to look for treasures in London? Interesting Facts 

Do you want to look for treasures in London?

Geocaching ‘game’ is a leisure activity from the United States, a nature-friendly hobby. It is a geocache that a gamer is hiding in a place that he deserves to discover and know, captures the exact coordinates of the hideout and prepares a page for the sights to be displayed. This will then appear on the https://www.geocaching.com/play website where other players... Read More
The legendary basket house was sold at a ridiculous price Interesting Facts 

The legendary basket house was sold at a ridiculous price

The Longaberger company in ohioi, Newark, is the former headquarters of the building that practically everyone knows who has been online for a while. The office building was sold three years ago and now sold out. Originally, they wanted to get $ 7.5 million for their former owners, but eventually they went down to just under 1.2 – right, they... Read More
Why round the manhole cover? Interesting Facts 

Why round the manhole cover?

The shape of the canopy is such an interesting question that anyone who has been interviewed has already been asked about why he is round. Of course, in this case, the interviewer is not wondering whether the answer to the candidate’s lexical knowledge is in question, but that one responds to such an unexpected, somewhat strange, yet interesting, somewhat astonishing... Read More
Where the whole village lives in a house Interesting Facts United States Of America 

Where the whole village lives in a house

Whittier deservedly received the Oddest Alaskan Settlement fifteen years ago. It is located in a picturesque setting where the pine-covered mountains reach to the clouds, but the sight is smacked by a huge building, the 14-story Begich Tower. Without it Whittier would not exist, since all the inhabitants of the settlement – all 220 – live in this house. The... Read More
In America there is a lake called CHAUBUNAGUNGAMAUG Interesting Facts United States Of America 

In America there is a lake called CHAUBUNAGUNGAMAUG

Chaubunagungamaug Lake in Massachusetts is 5.23 kilometers long, 1.81 kilometers wide, 584 hectares of water surface, and 27 kilometers long shore. He’s a very stupid name. This is just nickname: the whole is: Chargoggagoggmanchauggagoggchaubunagungamaugg. Of course, this is not necessarily the case. An American TV show dealt with the subject when they discovered a spelling mistake on a plaque next... Read More
That’s quackers! Extraordinary footage shows microlight pilot dubbed ‘birdman’ taking to the skies with birds Interesting Facts 

That’s quackers! Extraordinary footage shows microlight pilot dubbed ‘birdman’ taking to the skies with birds

By Hayley Pugh  They say birds of feather flock together and these birds are no exception as they take to the skies with a microlight pilot they believe to be their mother. Christian Moullec has been dubbed the ‘birdman’ for his extraordinary relationship with birds and as this breathtaking footage shows, the 58-year-old loves nothing   https://www.liveleak.com/view?i=571_1514852688 Read More
So he called the British prime minister live Interesting Facts 

So he called the British prime minister live

Madam Brexit called Polish Prime Minister Theresa May British Prime Minister at a press conference held jointly with Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. The interpreter did not fall out of his role because of the funny tongue, Theresa May smiled, while the translator said: “This cooperation is very important to us, even though it will soon be based on rules... Read More
But why do we make a Christmas tree? – We’ll tell you the background of a piece of our most beautiful holiday    Interesting Facts Culture 

But why do we make a Christmas tree? – We’ll tell you the background of a piece of our most beautiful holiday  

The Christmas tree is now virtually indispensable for the Christmas tree, whether it’s real wood or anything else that reminds her. But how do you know where this habit is from? As it turned out, the North German Protestant families first set a Christmas tree in the 18th century. at the end of the century when the religious character of... Read More
At Christmas they bomb an island with gifts Interesting Facts 

At Christmas they bomb an island with gifts

The longest-serving US military mission is also the most peaceful: the US Air Force has been spewing parachute gift packages to Guam’s Pacific Island since Christmas, 1952, every year before Christmas. America’s ocean-going shipyard is an important strategic base for the usual field of military operations. It is no coincidence that nearly a third of the island’s territory is occupied... Read More
On Facebook, recruiting new employees at the Israeli Mossad Secret Service Interesting Facts 

On Facebook, recruiting new employees at the Israeli Mossad Secret Service

From now on Facebook is recruiting new staff members of the Israeli Mossad secret service – announced in a statement by the Prime Minister’s Office on Thursday in Israel. “If you’re looking for an exciting career change, you’ve always dreamed of it, but you never dared try … We’re looking for highly-qualified people,” he says to curious Israelis on the... Read More
It was a strange celestial phenomenon in America: people thought they saw UFOs – a video      Interesting Facts United States Of America 

It was a strange celestial phenomenon in America: people thought they saw UFOs – a video    

Because of a strange celestial phenomenon, people are frightened in the United States. Among the inhabitants of the California state, they had aroused great fears of what they saw in the sky on Friday. Several people have captured the video as they did not want to believe their eyes and believed that only UFOs could be the cause of great... Read More
As a legal person, a mountain was recognized in New Zealand      Interesting Facts 

As a legal person, a mountain was recognized in New Zealand   

As a legal person, a mountain was recognized in New Zealand. Mount Taranaki was recognized as one third of the two rivers as an independent legal entity. On top of the holy mountain on the western shore of the North Island, eight Maori tribes and the government will co-operate with surveillance, according to The Guardian, a British newspaper claiming that... Read More
Every year, the Christmas tree of the nation arrives in London for the Trafalgar Square in London.     Interesting Facts United Kingdom 

Every year, the Christmas tree of the nation arrives in London for the Trafalgar Square in London.   

But why exactly where? Most Londoners know that the Christmas tree of the nation set up around Christmas has been coming from Norway for a long time every year. In addition to being a really noble gesture from the North, gifting also conceals another, more tragic story. It happened that the German army invaded Norway in 1940 and that the... Read More
90 years of Bank robber Santa Claus was lynched by the crowd Interesting Facts Culture 

90 years of Bank robber Santa Claus was lynched by the crowd

Singing Santa Claus, a faded drift – would have been singing in the jumps of American skies behind the midwife when the twenties in Vilnius Gryllus were raised in Texas by wild west puppies, but rather oil fever, alcohol – and the exciting ban kicselezése lynchings dominated the imagination. In the days before Christmas, however, the hearts of those who... Read More
the Swedish rooftops can handle the Santa Clause Interesting Facts 

the Swedish rooftops can handle the Santa Clause

Swedish rooftops have to endure as Santa lands with their gifts on Christmas Eve, unless they try to bring too many gifts, “the engineers of the North European country said. A pocakos Santa can weigh up to 150 kilograms, reindeer and spit about one tonne – experts who thought they were 50 kilograms of gifts can still fit on the... Read More
The Big Victorian Sex Scandal: 19 Cleveland Street (18+) Interesting Facts Life in the UK 

The Big Victorian Sex Scandal: 19 Cleveland Street (18+)

Sexuality standards, that is, gender morality in Europe – and thus in the United Kingdom – have been determined by the doctrines of Christianity since the early Middle Ages. However, in spite of the unchanged principles, the practice was fluctuating within relatively wide limits over the centuries, and this was not the case in the Victorian age either. The norm... Read More
II. Elizabeth’s sister, Princess Margit, was a real scandal of the Windsor House in the second half of the 20th century.    Interesting Facts British Royal Family United Kingdom 

II. Elizabeth’s sister, Princess Margit, was a real scandal of the Windsor House in the second half of the 20th century.  

His engagement with a former divorced civil servant led to a huge storm in the 1950s, and his married marriage with a photographist provided constant raw material for the tabloids. It was little more than a decade and a half after VIII. The planned marriage of Edward and Wallis Simpson to the domestic political crisis – and the resignation of... Read More
A very special London bus tour was scheduled for December 25th    Interesting Facts United Kingdom 

A very special London bus tour was scheduled for December 25th  

In Van London, a company that offers buses of museum value to its private customers on special occasions – this year, he decided to place one of his buses in public service and take a very special trip to the audience. (Http://1950s-vintage-bus-hire.co.uk/) This is happening on Monday, December 25, 2017, when the 430 bus route between Roehampton and Putney Bridge... Read More
In the future, Parkinson’s disease may be “cleavable”        Interesting Facts World 

In the future, Parkinson’s disease may be “cleavable”     

Scientists at the University of Manchester and the University of Edinburgh are looking for a way to filter out Parkinson’s disease. Professionals seek the cause of the characteristic smell that a Scottish woman called attention to, who first smelled the disease at her own home – he wrote a BBC News. Parkinson’s is the second most common degenerative neurodegenerative disease... Read More
The somatic rhinoceros genome was severely compromised        Other Interesting Facts 

The somatic rhinoceros genome was severely compromised     

The rhymes of Sumatran, one of the most endangered mammals of the Earth, have been decomposed. According to genetic tracing, the population of the species has been declining for a very long time. Problems of the Sumatra rhino (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) started in the ice age when their life span narrowed. Since then, human activity has continued to decrease the number... Read More
Obama interview on BBC radio – questioner: Prince Harry       Interesting Facts United Kingdom 

Obama interview on BBC radio – questioner: Prince Harry    

Barack Obama announces an interview after Christmas on BBC radio. The special feature of the show is that the former US President is being taught by Prince Harry. The interview will be sounded on December 27 in the BBC Radio’s Public Channel 4 channel today’s Morning Political Magazine. Kensington Palace – Harry’s London Residency and Office – said on Sunday... Read More
Discovered the Eighth Planet of a Distant Star          Other Interesting Facts 

Discovered the Eighth Planet of a Distant Star       

They discovered a remote star, the eighth planet of Kepler-90, which increased the system’s planets to eight, as much as the Solar System. Kepler-90 is the star of most planets that have ever been discovered outside the solar system, “wrote the BBC news portal. The star is only a bit hotter and bigger than the Sun, researchers have so far... Read More
The doll was successfully made by a baby who was born out of his body        Interesting Facts United Kingdom 

The doll was successfully made by a baby who was born out of his body     

He survived surgery and “well” is a three-week-old girl who was born with a heartbreaking heart, “BBC news portal reported. Vanellope Hope Wilkins came into the world with a cesarean section without a breast. Three operations were put back into his chest at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester. The ectopia cordis disorder, when the heart is outside the chest, is extremely... Read More
The oldest eye of the world has been discovered in a 530 million year-old fossil Other Interesting Facts 

The oldest eye of the world has been discovered in a 530 million year-old fossil

The oldest discovery of the world so far has been concealed by a 530 million-year-old fossil according to a new study by an international research group. The fossil of a long dead sea creature contains an early form of an eye, such as some of today’s crabs, bees and dragonflies, according to the science sciences science magazine PNAS published by... Read More
The furthest, super-heavy black hole ever observed was discovered        Interesting Facts World 

The furthest, super-heavy black hole ever observed was discovered     

The farthest, super-heavy black holes ever observed have been discovered by an international research team – the BBC’s website reported. The newly discovered black hole at the center of a galaxy focuses heavily on the surrounding material: stars and interstellar gases. The huge black hole destroys the rotating material around 13 billion light-years from Earth, so far that observers can... Read More
From St Nicholas’s age comes a bone fragment attributed to him       Interesting Facts Culture 

From St Nicholas’s age comes a bone fragment attributed to him    

From St Nicholas’s age, a bone fragment attributable to him comes from the researchers at Oxford University using radiocarbon trials. According to the study, the archeology comes from the age of St. Nicholas, who is known to have died 343 in our time. Although it has not yet been proved that bone is specifically for the saint, it has been... Read More
Organic molecules form half of the powder from the Csurjumov-Geraszimenko comet       Interesting Facts World 

Organic molecules form half of the powder from the Csurjumov-Geraszimenko comet    

Organic molecules make up half of the powder from the 67P / Csurjumov-Geraszimenko comet – researchers analyzing COSIMA measuring instrument data. This powder belongs to the most ancient and carbon-rich material ever found in the Solar System, which has hardly changed since its birth, according to experts at the Royal Astronomical Society Monthly Notices. The COSIMA instrument of the Rosetta... Read More
Ancient Edomite Temple was found in an Israeli military area        Other Interesting Facts 

Ancient Edomite Temple was found in an Israeli military area     

More than two thousand years old temple was found by drone strikes in an Israeli military training area, “the Times of Israel online edition reported. In the vicinity of the ancient Lákis settlement – on October recordings of military drones with cameras – the remnants of some 2200 years old church or palace were discovered. “The drone recordings helped us... Read More
They made it easy to read the notes of a notorious Sonderkommando member      Other Interesting Facts 

They made it easy to read the notes of a notorious Sonderkommando member   

The Manuscript of a Sonderkommando member of the Nazi death camps in Auschwitz was read by a digital imaging process – BBC News reported. Marcel Nadjari, a Jewish Greek captive of Auschwitz, reported on how thousands of Jews were driven to the gas chamber daily by the camp guard. In 1944, his 26-year-old male fellow slaves learned that his parents... Read More
Between the world’s volcanic superpowers, less time is assumed     Other Interesting Facts 

Between the world’s volcanic superpowers, less time is assumed  

There is less time between two world-famous so-called volcanic superheroes, as they have previously thought, “researchers at the University of Bristol have analyzed the geological data of a hundred thousand years. Volcanoes and giant meteorites are powerful geological hazards that can cause global destruction. According to the latest research, they are also capable of pushing humanity into a state of... Read More
The bones of Neolithic women keep the memory of hard physical work         Interesting Facts Culture 

The bones of Neolithic women keep the memory of hard physical work      

It is hard to point out that the neoliberal women’s arm was stronger than today’s elite rowers – an analysis of ancient bones has revealed a new British study. The work of prehistoric women was previously underestimated, though it was a key driving force behind the development of early agrarian societies, according to a study in the current issue of... Read More
The Navy first introduced the London security guards       Interesting Facts United Kingdom 

The Navy first introduced the London security guards    

For more than three and a half century, the ceremony for the first time presented the Royal Guard of the Royal Navy in London on Sunday. The world-famous music changer, which has attracted thousands of tourists every now and then in a form similar to today, was restored to the throne by the restoration of the 1660s, after 18 years... Read More
With the help of his last fillers, he helped a couple, a fortune in return for a homeless     Interesting Facts United States Of America 

With the help of his last fillers, he helped a couple, a fortune in return for a homeless   

Philadelphia – An amazing story is shared by a Philadelphia newspaper in the United States. Kate McClure (27) Near Philadelphia, he was driving his car on the 95th highway when he ran out of gasoline. McClure did not know what to do in this situation, called his friend to ask for help, then waited for him to arrive. “My heart... Read More
They have explained why preference for left-handedness in some sports    Interesting Facts 

They have explained why preference for left-handedness in some sports  

German scientists have figured out why the advantage of left-handedness and ballet among table tennis, baseball and cricket players is more advantageous. The findings of the research team led by Florian Loffing, University of Oldenburg, Germany, were published in Biological Letters. According to their study, left-handedness is a major advantage in interactive sports where time plays a great role, such... Read More
New genes have been identified by Hungarian scientists in the background of a rare disease      Interesting Facts World 

New genes have been identified by Hungarian scientists in the background of a rare disease   

New genes have been identified by Hungarian scientists as a result of the development of a rare neurological disease that is the result of more than two years of research – said Judit Molnár Mária, director of the Institute of Genomics and Rare Diseases at Semmelweis University, on the M1 current channel on Sunday. He said the patient involved in... Read More
How did the London buses get their numbers?      Interesting Facts United Kingdom 

How did the London buses get their numbers?    

At first glance, it may be difficult to see the system in the numbering of London buses, although it is in it, very much. The numbering system itself dates back to those times when London’s streets were worn by towed gears. The numbering system currently in use is slowly developing, since it was formed since the earliest bus service in... Read More
He blew up the net: the most impressive Christmas advertisement of the year arrived     Interesting Facts United Kingdom 

He blew up the net: the most impressive Christmas advertisement of the year arrived   

Each year, there are several companies that are doing Christmas advertising that people say: yes! And there are one or two that make a commercial that the man’s voice will also be abandoned. This is the British John Lewis store, which has just released this year’s Christmas commercial for just a few days. The protagonist of the movie is a... Read More
Unusual hobby beasts steal the alligator girl      Interesting Facts 

Unusual hobby beasts steal the alligator girl    

Fort Lauderdale – Gabby Scampone (22) is a remarkable phenomenon in the small town of Florida. The young American girl, on the other hand, is extremely handsome and on the other hand she does not have any ordinary hobbies: she deals with huge aligators. Scampone became a fan of reptiles at the age of 15, but for a long time... Read More
They are looking for life on a newly discovered, nearby planet of only 11 light-years      Interesting Facts World 

They are looking for life on a newly discovered, nearby planet of only 11 light-years   

They are searching for life on a nearby planet of only 11 light-years: a cool Earth-like planet was found in the relative proximity of the solar system. Based on the newly discovered features of the planet, Ross 128 b, it has become the main target of post-cosmic life research. This is the second closest exoplanet (Solar System). The nearest Proxima... Read More
At a record, a Leonardo painting sold for 119 billion forints          Interesting Facts Culture 

At a record, a Leonardo painting sold for 119 billion forints       

A 500-year-old painting attributed to Leonardo da Vinci was sold for $ 450 million (119 billion forints) at a Wednesday evening New York auction – the BBC’s news portal wrote. The image is known as Salvator Mundi (World Redemption). The highest amount of money ever paid for artwork was auctioned. Leonardo da Vinci’s Italian Renaissance artist has had fewer than... Read More
The first digitally traceable tablet in the US is on the market        Interesting Facts World 

The first digitally traceable tablet in the US is on the market     

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has authorized the first tablet to be marketed, the revenue of which can be digitally tracked. The Abilify MyCite tablet with aripiprazole, which is prescribed for the treatment of schizophrenia and manic depressive episodes, contains a swallowable sensor that sends a signal to the patient’s smartphone via a patch on the skin of... Read More
Sex very rarely causes sudden heart deaths according to a new research     Interesting Facts World 

Sex very rarely causes sudden heart deaths according to a new research  

Sex very rarely causes a sudden heart attack in a new American study reported by the BBC. The researchers have analyzed 4557 sudden heart rate data. They found that only 34 occurred during sexual intercourse or within an hour afterwards. Of the latter, 32 were men. Co-worker of California’s Cedars-Sinai Cardiology Institute, Summet Chugh, said his study was the first... Read More
More than 15,000 scientists in the world wrote anxious letter about the state of the Earth      Interesting Facts Culture World 

More than 15,000 scientists in the world wrote anxious letter about the state of the Earth   

More than 15,000 scientists in the world have been writing anxiously about Earth’s state of affairs, according to The Independent’s online edition. “Letter to humanity” is an updated version of a 25-year warning message. The first was sent by the Union of Concerned Scientists, about 1700. According to experts, the situation is much worse than in 1992: almost every problem... Read More
We show the world’s best work, it’s not too late to report it to him Interesting Facts World 

We show the world’s best work, it’s not too late to report it to him

If you are looking for a job and from March to August and you would also like to receive an amount of 2.6 million HUF per month, you will be able to apply for the best in the world until December 17th. Mexico City, Cancun, is now announcing the position of the CEO, ie the selected person will be Cancun... Read More
New York’s Tiffany offerings are now being implemented in dream luxury        Interesting Facts United States Of America 

New York’s Tiffany offerings are now being implemented in dream luxury      

The New York Tiffany Jewelry Store has opened a coffee shop where he dreams about the dream movie Dream in luxury. The original title of the American romantic movie, presented in 1961 with Audrey Hepburn’s title, is Breakfast at Tiffany’s, or Breakfast at Tiffany, and the famous and expensive jewelery shop on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue is the favorite spot for... Read More
The Ironman-cloth inventor flew at 51 kilometers per hour with a world record        Interesting Facts Tech 

The Ironman-cloth inventor flew at 51 kilometers per hour with a world record     

A 51-kilometer hour-high speed cruise in a “body-driven jet dress”, a world record, is a British inventor. Richard Browning, also known as the “Real Iron Man”, has risen to record speeds in a third run in a record run in the Lagoona Park in Reading, England. After an unlucky turn, he ended up in the water, but he could not... Read More
The sheep are able to recognize the human face as well      Interesting Facts 

The sheep are able to recognize the human face as well   

The sheep are able to recognize the human face on the basis of a photo based on a new British study, the BBC reported on. The Cambridge University researchers were able to teach the sheep to identify portraits of former US President Barack Obama, Jake Gyllenhaal and Emma Watson, as well as Fiona Bruce’s BBC news reader. Researchers say this... Read More
The remains of the oldest known predecessor of mammals have occurred in England         Interesting Facts United Kingdom 

The remains of the oldest known predecessor of mammals have occurred in England      

The remains of the oldest known predecessor of most of the living mammals today were found in the rocky cliffs of Dorset, South Wales, “wrote the BBC’s news portal. Scientists who identify quacklike, extinct creatures say these are the oldest fossils, which are arguably the remnants of mammals that belong to the family tree. Age was estimated at 145 million... Read More
New flavors have been identified by Australian researchers         Interesting Facts 

New flavors have been identified by Australian researchers      

A possible seventh flavor, carbohydrates, have been identified by Australian researchers who are trying to reveal how this flavor is related to the consumption of starchy foods. “This is typically sugary, with the sensual sweet taste that most people want after carbohydrates, but our research has shown that there is a delicious taste quality that is consumed by the consumption... Read More
Unresolved mystery: owed extraterrestrials to President Kennedy?      Interesting Facts United States Of America 

Unresolved mystery: owed extraterrestrials to President Kennedy?    

Washington – Fifty-four years have been feverish theories about conspiracy theories about murdering John F. Kennedy († 46). There are a number of theories about the number and personality of the killer as well as possible motives. The mafia, the KGB, the CIA, Fidel Castro and Kennedy’s driver have been deployed on the bench of the defendants. The mystery is... Read More
Surprising secrets about Kennedy’s killer and Jack Ruby’s relationship     Interesting Facts United States Of America 

Surprising secrets about Kennedy’s killer and Jack Ruby’s relationship  

DALAS – Jacob Rubenstein († 55), better known as Jack Ruby, two days after killing John Fitzgerald Kennedy († 46), killed Lee Harvey Oswald († 24) with cold blood. Kennedy’s newly published genres reveal a surprising relationship between Oswald and the little-known Ruby. The pair were seen together at Florida’s Key West airport just a few weeks before the assassination.... Read More
A fake was the 139-year-old whiskey, of which one sip was 10,000 Swiss francs        Interesting Facts 

A fake was the 139-year-old whiskey, of which one sip was 10,000 Swiss francs     

The Scotch whiskey, which was 139 years old, paid for a single sip of £ 10,000 ($ 2.6 million) in the summer, a cheerful chinese chick in a Swiss hotel – the BBC writes. The Waldman am See hotel in St. Moritz, famous for its specialty whiskeys, after exploring the Macallan brand known as the James Bond brand in British... Read More
You can also change the time of the Ancient World by discovering the earliest recorded eclipse       Interesting Facts Culture 

You can also change the time of the Ancient World by discovering the earliest recorded eclipse    

The exact time of the earliest solar eclipse ever recorded has been determined by British researchers: knowledge of a phenomena occurring before 30 October 1207 can alter the chronology of the ancient world. Professionals could refine the Egyptian pharaohs using biblical texts and ancient Egyptian texts, including II. Great Ramesses reign. Their results were presented in the Royal Astronomical Society... Read More
Ten million years of living in Hungary today is the first ancestor of giant pandas        Interesting Facts 

Ten million years of living in Hungary today is the first ancestor of giant pandas     

Ten million millions of years ago, and the modern ancestors of the present-day Hungary, the first ancestor of giant pandas could be lived in today’s Hungary, according to researchers claiming that their results suggest that bamboo splitting has followed the evolution of pandas and, secondly, new evidence that pandas are not from Asia, but come from Europe. The giant panda... Read More
Stephen Hawking’s doctoral thesis was seen over two million in a week        Interesting Facts Culture 

Stephen Hawking’s doctoral thesis was seen over two million in a week     

More than two million people were interested in a week’s PhD thesis by Stephen Hawking, a theoretical physicist, who was released by the scientist for free – BBC News reported on the weekend. Hawking’s Theory of Expanding Universes has raised so much interest that the website of the Cambridge University Publication Section has collapsed due to the traffic. More than... Read More
Strange Positions: Who Are The ‘Queen’s Remembrancer’ Interesting Facts United Kingdom 

Strange Positions: Who Are The ‘Queen’s Remembrancer’

In the “City”, which is independent of the royal court and the city of London, there are many strange but still long-standing positions in history. Many of them are difficult to translate or translate into Hungarian, because they simply do not exist. These include the ‘Queen’s Remembrancer’ position, which we might perhaps interpret as “the person who remembers the Queen”... Read More
An important historical venue in London: the Banqueting House Interesting Facts United Kingdom 

An important historical venue in London: the Banqueting House

London is full of interesting historical sites, but one of them stands out as one that is called Banqueting House. The building is located on Whitehall, on the wide road leading from Parliament to Trafalgar Square. The Whitehall itself is currently a separate building, dominated primarily by government offices, ministries and the prime minister’s residence itself. This was not always... Read More
Houdini: One of the most famous Hungarians in the world and the London relationship Interesting Facts 

Houdini: One of the most famous Hungarians in the world and the London relationship

There are probably few who have not heard about the world-famous artist, Harry Houdini, but it’s possible that not everybody knows about the Hungarian origin. Although he was Hungarian, he was born in Budapest in 1874 in the middle of the seventh district at the corner of today’s Wesselényi and Csengery street, originally known as Weisz Erik. His father was... Read More
Treasures of the National Gallery of London: Van Gogh – Sunflowers Interesting Facts United Kingdom 

Treasures of the National Gallery of London: Van Gogh – Sunflowers

The National Gallery in London is abundant with treasures, but because the building is really huge, it is not easy to find all the really important images when it comes to one visit – without getting to know the place. For this I will help with this series of art, in which we look at the treasures of the gallery.... Read More
There is no English word in the coat of arms of the British royal house … only French Interesting Facts United Kingdom 

There is no English word in the coat of arms of the British royal house … only French

Like all royal houses, the Windsor family in the UK also has its own royal coat of arms, but its use only and exclusively by the ruling II. Elizabeth is right. The embroidery itself contains several symbols, and include them in a row: – the first and fourth boxes of the shield are red with three gold lions facing the... Read More
Fantastic time travel to the past: a cruel map of London Interesting Facts United Kingdom 

Fantastic time travel to the past: a cruel map of London

It is said in London that we have never been more than a meter away from a rat … it’s cool, not a good idea. But what if I say the city is full of ghostly places, vampire witches, witches, and the circulating souls of executed people …? This sounds even worse, though it may be true. An interactive map... Read More
Huge carnivorous dinosaur lived 200 million years ago in today’s South Africa        Interesting Facts 

Huge carnivorous dinosaur lived 200 million years ago in today’s South Africa     

An international research team was the first to find evidence that 200 million years ago a huge, carnivorous dinosaur was at the top of the food chain in today’s South Africa. A team of experts from the University of Manchester, the University of Cape Town and the Sao Paulo University has discovered a wide range of three-finger footprints of 57... Read More
Before the killing of John Kennedy, a British newspaper received a few minutes of mysterious warnings        Interesting Facts World 

Before the killing of John Kennedy, a British newspaper received a few minutes of mysterious warnings     

Before the murder of a late US President John F. Kennedy, a landmark warning of a “big news” is about to come to light, half an hour ago. From a recent mass media release on the Kennedy murder, a BBC British public service company appeared on a note on Friday, sent by James Angleton, deputy director of the Federal Investigation... Read More
Almost half of the seriously threatened vertebrate species live on islands          Interesting Facts World 

Almost half of the seriously threatened vertebrate species live on islands       

Nearly half of the heavily-threatened vertebrate species live on islands around the world – a study found that by controlling invasive species primarily responsible for extinction on the islands, 95 percent of the 1189 threatened species concerned would be good. Invasive Species Experts from the University of California Santa Cruz (UCSC), Island Conservation, BirdLife International and the World Conservation Union... Read More
Hungarian scientists contributed to the latest detection of LIGO with a Galaxy Catalog       Interesting Facts 

Hungarian scientists contributed to the latest detection of LIGO with a Galaxy Catalog    

With Freia Zsolt’s Széchenyi Prize-winning astrophysics and research team, he has contributed with a catalog of about 2.5 million galaxies to identify the location of the neutron star fusion discovered by the American Laser Interferometric Gravity Examination Observatory (LIGO) and its Italian counterpart, VIRGO. The catalog of the Eötvös Gravity Research Group (EGRG) research team at Eötvös Loránd University (Eötvös... Read More
Shocking: Is this the recording here that the soul leaves the body?    Interesting Facts 

Shocking: Is this the recording here that the soul leaves the body?  

Decide what you see on the camera shooting. It was only a few months ago that a shot was taken in a hospital that life.hu came up now: doctors tried to revive a dying man. The man could not be brought back with heart massage, when death came, doctors give up trying, leaving the body alone. Still, the camera worked... Read More
Astonishing discovery has been made by astronomers, basically altering the way we look at the universe         Interesting Facts 

Astonishing discovery has been made by astronomers, basically altering the way we look at the universe       

With a secret less, they found the dark matter that contained the majority of the universe. But it is neither dark nor mystical. Science has given a much more prosaic explanation of the mystery. It was called dark matter because it could not be detected by instruments, but according to astronomers it must exist. In the universe, apparently, there is... Read More
The court filed a lawsuit against the Salvador Dalí         Interesting Facts 

The court filed a lawsuit against the Salvador Dalí      

The court rejected Monday the paternity leave brought by 61-year-old Pilar Abel, claiming that his biological father Salvador Dalí was a world-famous painter. The court ruled that the DNA tests carried out did not justify the relationship. At the same time, she ordered her to pay the costs of the proceedings. Pilar Abel may appeal against this decision. Patriotism sparked... Read More
A picture of a rhinoceros depleted from a ditch was the natural picture of the year      Interesting Facts World 

A picture of a rhinoceros depleted from a ditch was the natural picture of the year  

A picture depicting a ripped nose from a van has won the top prize at this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year. Brent Stirton, South Africa, made the recording at Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Nature Park. The diceros bicornis, pictured in the picture, was carried under the cover of the night by the vampires, who then mutilated the animal – BBC News wrote.... Read More
Roman-era theaters were found in Jerusalem near the Sirato Wall        Interesting Facts Culture 

Roman-era theaters were found in Jerusalem near the Sirato Wall     

Never used roman theater was found by archaeologists in Jerusalem, in the vicinity of the Wailing Wall, “said the newspaper Háárec on Tuesday. About two thousand years ago, in a period between 530 BC and 70 AD, a large staircase led to Jerusalem to the sanctuary of the Jews, the Sanctuary from the lower city. The path was supported by... Read More
The invention of hungarian students is a revelation to the readers        Interesting Facts Tech 

The invention of hungarian students is a revelation to the readers     

The invention of Hungarian university students gives the blind readers a feeling of reading by being able to read it with a smart gloves – the inventors told the actual channel M1 on Saturday. The glove and the related smartphone application make it possible to read any printed text as if it were Braille writing – said Ádám Fülöp, GlovEye... Read More
The carbon dioxide content of the air has grown to record highs due to El Nino         Interesting Facts 

The carbon dioxide content of the air has grown to record highs due to El Nino      

A new satellite of the US Space Agency (NASA) has revealed a new super-powerful El Nino: a record-breaking increase in carbon dioxide content in the airspace in 2015-16 can be recorded for the climatic event. A study published in the Science journal reveals NASA’s satellite Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) data released in 2014 that the highest annual carbon dioxide rise... Read More
A ring was discovered around the Haumea dwarf planet with the help of Hungarian researchers          Interesting Facts 

A ring was discovered around the Haumea dwarf planet with the help of Hungarian researchers       

They discovered a ring around the dwarf planet Haumea, beyond Neptune, with the help of Hungarian scholars. The international research team reported on the results of the Thursday issue of the Science of Nature. The distant celestial bodies beyond Neptune can be traced to the experts by knowing more about the occult, the star of the starlight, but clear sky... Read More
Programmable camouflage was developed by American scientists         Interesting Facts United States Of America 

Programmable camouflage was developed by American scientists      

US scientists have developed synthetic skin such as polyps or squirrels that change their surface to disguise them in a disguise like your environment. Only one change in coloring of octopus and squid is the change of color, these molluscs quickly and reversibly change the surface of their skin to a structure such as the seaweed, coral or any objects... Read More
The “rising” of birds had begun millions of years before,        Interesting Facts 

The “rising” of birds had begun millions of years before,     

Millions of years ago, the evolution of birds was the key step that allowed them to fly, “said scientists. Professionals have so far considered that features such as bony bones were developed only in relatively more advanced birds, just before the dinosaurs were extinct, “wrote BBC News. However, a study of a new fossil discovered in China showed that the... Read More
IATA: Americans travel the most with flying in the world         Interesting Facts World 

IATA: Americans travel the most with flying in the world      

The majority of US citizens travel in the world, with US passports in both domestic and international passenger traffic in most of them in 2016 – the latest analysis of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). According to a study that analyzed passenger traffic data for 2016, according to a study by MTI, a total of 810 million US passports... Read More
Can it be indefinite to play tetras?       Interesting Facts 

Can it be indefinite to play tetras?     

Tetrist is still known and loved by those who are otherwise averse to video games. Aleksey Pazsitnov’s epoch-making logic game can be run from penny quartz to complex gaming machines. And they run it: thanks to the simple, but infinite variation, today, even 33 years after the launch of the basic game, it is as entertaining as it is in... Read More
Due to the rise of gasoline wagons, palladium was more expensive than platinum        Interesting Facts World 

Due to the rise of gasoline wagons, palladium was more expensive than platinum     

Among the precious metals used in the catalysts of the explosive engines, the price of palladium for the first time since 2001 has exceeded platinum, which is essentially due to the demand for gasoline-powered passenger cars, said Gergely Juhász, Managing Director of Conclude Investments Zrt., A commodity investment company with MTI. In the catalysts of petrol-fueled cars, manufacturers have a... Read More
Hemingway’s first ten-year-long narrative was captured       Interesting Facts Culture 

Hemingway’s first ten-year-long narrative was captured    

The first narrative of Ernest Hemingway, written at the age of ten, was captured. The fictional trip advisor was found by two Hemingway researchers Sandra Spanier and Brewster Chamberlin in a Key West private archive. “We travel to Europe” – this is how the diary in the brown booklet begins, and the two researchers found it in May, and whose... Read More
Mona Lisa could find a sketchy outline in a French collection         Interesting Facts Culture 

Mona Lisa could find a sketchy outline in a French collection      

A charcoal drawing depicting an unpretentious model was found in a French Renaissance collection that could be the outline of Mona Lisa – the BBC news portal wrote. After examining the Paris Louvre Mona Lisa, the experts believe that the sketch was “at least partially” made by Leonardo da Vinci. Since 1862, the charcoal has been part of the renaissance... Read More
With its music, the Eiffel Tower celebrated its 300 millionth visitor Interesting Facts Travel 

With its music, the Eiffel Tower celebrated its 300 millionth visitor

The Paris Eiffel Tower celebrated a musical barrage that over the past 128 years, 300 million visitors visited one of the world’s most visited tourist attractions. On Thursday, there was music on all levels of the tower, the percussion on the square before the spectacle, on the second level a jazz band, and on the top by a romantic flute... Read More
Czech divers discovered the wrecks of the U16 submarine of the Austro-Hungarian warlord       Interesting Facts 

Czech divers discovered the wrecks of the U16 submarine of the Austro-Hungarian warlord    

Czech divers near the southern Albanian coasts in the Ionian Sea were most likely to find the wreckage of the U16 submarine of the former Austro-Hungarian navy, which fell on October 16, 1916, still unclear in the circumstances – the CTK news agency , referring to the representatives of the Czech Diving Team team. A group of divers, historians and... Read More
A single blood test that can give a quick result can diagnose myocardial infarction          Interesting Facts United Kingdom 

A single blood test that can give a quick result can diagnose myocardial infarction       

If it becomes everyday, within 15 to 30 minutes, a new blood test can be performed by cardiologists in a diagnosis of myocardial infarction that has been clinically tested in Swiss, Italian and Spanish hospitals. London’s King’s College specialists in the Circulation show the results of the cMyc tests. After color infarction, the C (cMyC) level of cardiac myosin binding... Read More
“As if we had won a lottery” – Who would have believed? A treasured treasure is the fraction of amber       Interesting Facts 

“As if we had won a lottery” – Who would have believed? A treasured treasure is the fraction of amber     

Two Spanish men found on a Mallorca island a pound of one and a half pounds of a large amber. The bad smell can reach tens of thousands, maybe 100,000 euros. The gray, sometimes black, waxy fragrant amber selected for the protection of the intestinal wall by the Amber Spades, has been the basis of perfume production for centuries, as... Read More
By pioneering method, human embryo DNA was altered by Chinese scientists         Interesting Facts 

By pioneering method, human embryo DNA was altered by Chinese scientists      

First, the so-called “base-editing” human embryo DNA was modified by Chinese scientists to overthrow a hereditary illness. From the embryos created by researchers at the Sun Yat-sen University of Kuangchou, researchers responsible for hereditary hematopoietic disease called beta thalassemia have been introduced. Embryos are not planted, “BBC News wrote. In some cases, lethal hematopoietic disease is caused by a change... Read More
Planetary nerve stimulation has regained consciousness in a vegetative state of 15 years        Interesting Facts World 

Planetary nerve stimulation has regained consciousness in a vegetative state of 15 years     

By stimulating the planetary nerve, a French man in a vegetative state of 15 years has regained some consciousness. Doctors in the 35-year-old man who had been permanently unconscious due to a car accident was treated with an experimental cure, implanted nervous pacemakers on the chest. After a month, he had reacted to the simplest instructions, was able to turn... Read More
The widow of the British lord who has been missing for four decades has died        Interesting Facts United Kingdom 

The widow of the British lord who has been missing for four decades has died     

Lady Veronica Lucan, the widow of Lord Lucan, who has been murdered for over four decades without a trace. The British lord’s case is one of the biggest, unresolved mysteries of British history. Lady Lucan, a maiden named Veronica Duncan, was found by police in the family’s home, one of the villas in the prestigious London district of Belgravia. Scotland... Read More
First, the world’s botanical gardens were measured in a large-scale study       Interesting Facts 

First, the world’s botanical gardens were measured in a large-scale study     

 First, the botanical gardens of the world were measured in a large-scale study that found that these collections are the “best hope” for saving the endangered plants of the world.     In the botanical gardens of the world, one third of known plants can be found by visitors, these gardens help protect 40 percent of endangered plant species.     According to scientists,... Read More
Nearly 400 years later, they identified a lost Rubens portrait        Interesting Facts Culture 

Nearly 400 years later, they identified a lost Rubens portrait    

Nearly 400 years after Glasgow’s death, Peter Paul Rubens, a 17th-century Flemish painter, lost his faith, “wrote the BBC news portal. The image of the Duke of Buckingham was “discovered” by Bendor Grosvenor. The work was part of the Glasgow Museum’s collection, at the 18th-century mansion of Pollok House in Glasgow. However, due to overlapping paintings and centuries-old dust, it... Read More
It was found Artemis had been looking for a shrine for over a hundred years       Interesting Facts World 

It was found Artemis had been looking for a shrine for over a hundred years   

Swiss archaeologists have found Greek goddess Artemis seeking for more than a century of sanctuary in the vicinity of the Amaruntos village on the island of Éva in Greece – the Greek Ministry of Culture announced on Friday. The existence of the Artemis Shrine (Artemiszion) was known from the ancient Greek documents, including the works of the Greek geographer of... Read More
Antibodies that attack 99 percent of HIV strains have been developed       Interesting Facts 

Antibodies that attack 99 percent of HIV strains have been developed    

Antibodies that attack 99 percent of the HIV virus strains and provide anti-infective antibodies have been developed by the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the Sanofi Pharmaceuticals specialists in non-human primates. The human body responds to HIV infection by producing antibodies, i.e. antibodies. In most cases, antibodies do not neutralize all types of HIV virus due to the pathogen’s... Read More
Dinosaurs, considered to be herbivores, sometimes ate animals         Interesting Facts 

Dinosaurs, considered to be herbivores, sometimes ate animals      

The late-Cretaceous narrowness of dinosaurs, known as platelets of platinum dinosaurs, suggest that herbivores sometimes deliberately consumed animals, such as small crabs, the researchers said. “The herbivorous dinosaurs had a much more complex diet than we have been supposed to include in this diet for some animals including crustaceans, which is much more a diet typical of modern age herbivores,”... Read More
The eldest cat of the world has died      Interesting Facts United Kingdom 

The eldest cat of the world has died   

At age thirty-two, heart failure has killed the world’s oldest cat – reported on Friday by the Metro British online newspaper. When Sister Wendy was born, Margaret Thatcher was the Prime Minister and II. Elizabeth had been sitting on the British throne for 30 years. According to his owners, Liz and Ian Finlay, who have been caring for 27 years,... Read More