MH370 disappeared without a trace five years ago and it is still a mystery what exactly happened – but a shocking theory has emerged that suggests machines wrestled control of the plane from the pilot.
Not many people consider the origins of their favorite cereals. For the most part, these brands have been around for so long that they've become as common any other food, so prominent in millions of people's daily lives that we just accept their existence without questioning how they came to be.
After a recent revelation about Kellogg's Corn Flakes came to light, though, more cereal eaters might want to consider learning about the history of their go-to brands. According to , a meme daring users to Google why the flakes were invented has shocked people and sparked an uproar.
The results allege that the cereal's inventor, J.H. Kellogg, was an anti-sex campaigner who purposely created a bland, healthy cereal to discourage people from pleasuring themselves. He apparently did this because he believed people adopting a healthier diet would help them suppress their naughty urges.
‘STUNNING’ footage’of unidentified flying objects flying at great speeds with no visible means of propulsion released by the US Navy earlier this year are the “most important evidence of the existence of UFOs in 70 years” - and “prove” they are real, a ufologist has said.
A masked Rio de Janeiro inmate dressed as a woman tried to break out of a Brazilian jail this weekend in a surreal act of derring-do, only to be thwarted on the cusp of freedom by state prison authorities.
An Indian teenager shocked the medical community when it was discovered that a lump that had been growing in the girl's abdomen for five years was her twin.
The unnamed teen told doctors that over the years, the lump had grown and become more painful, according to a report published by .
Abdominal scans revealed a mass measuring 10 inches by 9 inches by 6 inches was taking up the majority of the girl's abdomen and putting pressure on her abdominal organs. The lump was described as firm and hard with an irregular surface.
Upon examination, doctors discovered that the mass was not a tumor, but an unusual mass that consisted of boney tissue that resembles vertebrae, ribs, and long bones. The mass even had hair, according to the report.
The "malformed fetus" the girl had in her abdomen was her twin, the report claimed. Doctors removed the mass without complications.
Every year around St. Jacob's Day, men from Austria's Salzburg region grapple with each other in a natural arena at the top of the Hundstein mountain in a traditional martial arts contest - the Hundstoa, or Jakobi Ranggeln.
A clumsy driver led police to a A$200 million ($140 million) drug bust in Australia after he crashed a van laden with 270 kg (600 lb) of methamphetamines into a patrol car parked outside a police station in suburban Sydney.