In the first recorded instance of this ever happening, a Greenland shark (which can grow up to 20 feet long) was discovered with the remains of a full grown polar bear in it’s stomach. Though scientists surmise that the polar bear may have been already dead or at least sick when the shark grabbed it, it’s still an amazing find!
In 1823, fisherman were cutting up a shark and found a large cannonball in it’s stomach. Their best guess is that the shark had eaten a person that had been murdered by having a cannonball attached to their leg to make them sink. That guy had a really bad day!
Guess how much spit and flatulence your body produces on a given day! #facts #health
It seems like tablets are just finally catching on, but it won’t be long before flexible tablets take over. Plastic Logic and a few other companies are working on flexible displays with touchscreen controls. These special tablets are bendable and lightweight, which could spell the end of traditional newspapers and magazines.
Brain Control Interfaces
Moving objects with our minds still seems like something out of science fiction, but it’s quickly becoming a reality. Basic mind-controlled computer programs already exist that allow the user to control robotic devices and even type. It won’t be long before we’re able to control many electronic devices with our thoughts.
These celebs used to be dirt poor! #RagsToRiches
This remodeling idea only works if your master bathroom is on the first floor, but it’s pretty awesome. Build a sunken enclosure for a pre-built bathtub or make your own mini-pool right in the floor. It does take up a lot of space, but it’s so much more convenient and luxurious than a standard bathtub.
If you’re not scared of heights, then try adding a ceiling hammock to your home. You’ll get the relaxing experience of sleeping in a hammock, but it doesn’t take up space despite being much larger than a normal one.