Strolling and Selfies as Paris’s Champs-Elysees Goes Car-Free

Paris (AFP) – The sight of cars thundering down Paris’s most famous boulevard was replaced Sunday by people strolling, cycling and taking selfies in the sun as the Champs-Elysees went traffic-free.

The first instalment of a monthly series of pedestrian-only days was hailed as a resounding success by Parisians and tourists alike on the two … Continue Reading ››

Scientist Claim to Have Found Pyramid Like Structures in Antarctica

ANTARCTICA – Scientists have discovered something unusual in the Antarctic, a group of three unique pyramid form mountains – two discovered approximately 16 kilometers inland, while the third was found just near the coastline.


An expedition into the unusual structures should answer whether they are in fact man-made or if they are in fact … Continue Reading ››

A 71-Million-Year-Old Treasure Trove of Fossils Discovered in Antarctica

ANTARCTICA – In a stunning discovery, scientist have unearthed a treasure trove of fossils that date back 71-million years.

Located in one of the most remote locations, the journey itself complicates the discovery, but what has been found there is beyond anyone’s belief.

An international team of scientist took that difficult trip, bringing … Continue Reading ››

Diamond the Size of a Tennis Ball Could Fetch $70 Million at Auction

LONDON, United Kingdom – (AP) – A 3-billion-year-old diamond the size of a tennis ball — the largest discovered in over a century — could sell for more than $70 million, auctioneer Sotheby’s said Wednesday.

The auction house plans to offer the Lesedi la Rona diamond in London on June 29.

The diamond was … Continue Reading ››