Scientists discovered a 1,300-year-old tomb holding the remains of the man who helped China’s only female emperor rise to power. Epitaphs on the tomb tell of how the empress murdered her advisor and his family.Source: Tomb Tells Tale of Family Executed by China’s 1st Female Emperor
In the event of a zombie outbreak, the best place to hide is away from populated areas, scientists have confirmed. A team of researchers decided to model what would happen if an epidemic of the undead hit the United States.
Ever wonder what might happen if a python ate a porcupine? Well, wonder no more. One of these giant snakes — which kill prey by suffocating it and then consuming it whole — recently dined on a porcupine and didn’t live to brag about it.
From left to right: smoked dulse peanut brittle, dried dulse with sesame, a ginger-dulse vinegarette and a rice cracker with dulse.
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