Underwater River

Underwater River

These amazing pictures were taken by Anatoly Beloshchin in the cave Cenote Angelita, Mexico. Here’s his description: “We are 30 meters deep, fresh water, then 60 meters deep–salty water and under me I see a river, island and fallen leaves… Actually, the river, which you can see, is a layer of hydrogen sulphide.” It must be an unforgettable feeling once you’re there and see it with your own eyes.

Underwater River 1

Underwater River 2

The yawn’s infectious spreadability

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Yawning is more contagious than pink eye, bird flu and “Call Me Maybe” combined. That’s science, people.

YouTuber Roman Atwood proves the yawn’s infectious spreadability with what could be the world’s most contagious prank. Atwood traveled the world, emitting giant yawns at each stop, to pull off his exhausting prank and make the stunt a global affair.

Why Do We Kiss?

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Why do you kiss? Because it makes you feel good down there? Because it’ll hopefully lead to something that’ll make you feel great down there? Probably. But what about the science behind why we kiss? Vsauce, our favorite scientific talking mouth who needs no water during his soliloquies, explains that it’s something to do with being babies.

Meteorite fell into the sea in Ordu, Turkey

Meteorite fell into the sea in Ordu, Turkey

Meteorite has fallen on the territory of Turkish city Ordu.
According to Turkish media, the fall of the meteorite last night caused panic among the city’s population.

“The fall of the meteorite was captured by an observation camera of one of the institutions of the city. Now its place is being specified.

Thousands of meteorites fall every year on various parts of the earth. There is no reason to panic. According to preliminary data, the meteorite was small and fell to the coastal area of the city,” said the mayor.