Many scientists theorize about the possibility of reproducing sounds printed by accident on a smooth surface.
One way or another, everything we do, our every hope, is related to a deep desire for happiness.
Researchers' discovery of a Swiss watch in China while filming a documentary in 2008 came as a big surprise.
Whether it's science or superstition, rectification or calamity, it is a year recurring in many ancient prophecies.
Given the limit of our knowledge in the universe, maybe we should change our concept of “life” in a radical way.
A recent report in Northern Territory News has provided evidence that food falling from the sky is more than a legend.
We tend to believe that destiny is not fixed and that all time past fades into oblivion.
Shadows and colors of light are crude projections of a “more real” reality.
Our tangible reality might be mere fluctuations of emptiness or purely nothing.
According to Dr. Peter J. Lu, post-doctoral research fellow at Harvard University, Chinese people in 4,500B.C. did a better job making flat and smooth surfaces than we can [...]