In AD 79, a baker put his loaf of bread into the oven. Nearly 2,000 years later it was found during excavations in Herculaneum.
image credit In the hot, smoky kitchens of 17th-century Europe, you'd find a lot of things you'd never see in kitchens today; a large open fire, an iron roasting spit, and oh - a giant contraption holding a small, live, constantly running dog.
image credit For many people all over the world, a visit to the Louvre is a major bucket list item during a trip to Paris.
If you ever find yourself stranded in the snowy Arctic, you're gonna need to know how to build an igloo.
The Francisco is the world's first high-speed ferry that uses liquefied natural gas as primary fuel. The ship can carry 1,000 passengers and 150 cars while surpassing 58 knots.
image credit Sometimes, it seems as though there are few original ideas left in entertainment. When every new property just seems like a remixed, reworked, rehashed version of something else, it can be helpful to remember that artists have borrowed ideas from others since time immemorial.
Snow trucks, cleaning the road in Russia. YouTube link The Presurfer
image credit: Steve Boland Street art is best known as murals that cover entire walls - and sometimes even the buildings themselves.
image credit Secret documents, CIA weapons, Enigma machines, treasure, and a vast fortune in art are only some of the secret caches investigators and explorers have uncovered in the United States, Spain, Libya, and Germany.
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Guirec Soudée is a French sailor who is circumnavigating the world on board of his sailboat Scorpio 9 together with his pet chicken Monique.
image credit When a dog is having a hard time with car rides it is an issue from the dog's past. Somewhere the dog decided that car rides are bad.
Researchers at Scripps Oceanography and the Western Australian Museum capture on video the first-ever field sighting of the newly discovered third species of seadragon.
image credit The word 'sarcophagus' derives from the Greek word for 'flesh-eater.' These stone burial boxes were employed for millennia in ancient Egypt, the Hellenistic world, and the Roman Empire.
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See how Boeing's Long Load Crew moves spars and stringers over 30 meters long for the Boeing 777, 767, and 747.
Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) is widely regarded as one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century.
image credit For more than 5,000 years, the Arabs have traded two highly prized fragrances - frankincense and myrrh - obtained from trees that grow exclusively in the southern end of the Arabian Peninsula.
Late at night on a pirate ship. A lonely captain wanders the ship deck while mourning the loss of his fallen crew.
image credit YouTube) By the time he was a teenager, it was clear that Jimmy Ellis had two talents: singing, and inadvertently sounding almost exactly like Elvis Presley.