The name ‘Idaho’ isn’t actually based off of anything, it was basically just made up by a man named George M. Willing.
Since 2001 astronomers have detected 11 high frequency radio signals, which share an underlying mathematical pattern that defies explanation as naturally occuring phenomena.
Leonardo Da Vinci used to buy caged animals at the market just to set them free.
The Aroma of Tacoma is a putrid odor associated with Tacoma, Washington. The smell has been described as similar to the odor of rotten eggs. A variety of causes have been attributed to the Aroma of Tacoma, including sediment in Commencement Bay, sulfur released from the Simpson Tacoma Kraft pulp and paper mill, arsenic from a closed copper smelter, traffic congestion, or a combination of all of these factors.
Ultrasonic waves have been used to weld plastics together since the 1960s. It works by compressing two thermoplastic materials together on top of an anvil. Ultrasonic waves are then fed through a horn that vibrates their molecules, causing friction that causes heat.
In the poorest areas of Africa, people wave oiled-up pans in the air, so that Midge Flies stick to it. After catching enough bugs, they are scraped off and cooked into a meatball. Catching the flies with the pan is very entertaining for the kids in the village.
In an experiment, a Google A.I supercomputer was given free access to the Internet and the ability to examine the contents of the network. There were no restrictions or guidelines, the powerful super intelligence was simply allowed to explore the entire human history and experience. And what do you think this supercomputer has chosen out of all this wealth of information? It began browsing though images of kittens.