Last month, we told you a cool story about an ancient Tibetan statue carved from a meteorite and its eventual arrival in Nazi Germany after a mysterious German expedition. Well, it seems that story just got a bit less cool, because according to one expert, while it may be made from a meteorite, the statue's likely not as ancient as we thought.
We can think of a lot of things that might send someone to jail, but guessing wrong about an earthquake has never been one of them. Six scientists in Italy were probably thinking the same thing until today, when a judge put them in prison for six years.
October 16th is Steve Jobs Day and it's been one year since the man who played father to more technological achievements than possibly anyone in history passed away. Is there a way to know how he's doing in the here after? Maybe ...
We may never know what's really going on at the legendary U.S. military installation in Nevada known as "Area 51," but we do know the military's still pretty prickly about prying eyes. A British documentary crew recently decided to step past a few of those No Trespassing signs, and what happened next wasn't fun.
"I am vengeance. I am the night. I am ... going to stay here until it gets really awkward and you're forced to arrest me!"
A Nazi expedition to Tibet, an ancient artifact, an outer space connection. It sounds like a rejected script for the fourth Indiana Jones flick, but according to researchers, this really happened. A new study claims that a unique Buddhist statue nabbed by Nazis in the '30s came from space ... kinda.
Well, it wasn't a fifth Pirates of the Caribbean flick, but there may have been rum involved. A UK woman has just been sentenced to four months in prison for hijacking a ferry during a two-day bender last year. And to cap off her act of piracy, she told everyone—"I'm Jack Sparrow!"
There's always that one person, right in the middle of the movie, right at the best part, who just has to take out a phone and read a text, or whisper way too loudly to a friend about what's going on. We've all seen them, and now one London theater is taking an awesome step to get rid of them. How? Two words: theater ninjas!
It may be the stuff of Star Trek and Stargate SG-1, but scientists think they've figured out how to vaporize a planet. Earth, you'd better watch out.
Ninjas permeate the media of modern culture—Ninja Turtles, Ninja Gaiden, ninjas who answer questions, ninjas who are doctors ... the list goes on. But have you ever met an actual ninja in real life? Probably not and now, it looks like, you never will.