Author: memolition

102-year-old ship became a floating forest (6 pictures)

Homebush Bay in Sydney is the place were many 20th century ships, which are no longer used, ended up: one of them, the SS Ayrfield, is definitely the most impressive sight for all the lush flora, growing in its rusted hull. The fully-grown mangrove trees earned this 102-year-old, 1,140-tonne ship the Floating Forest name among the locals.

How Movies Get Their Background Sounds

Have you ever thought about all the sounds that go into a movie? The sound of feet crunching gravel as the main character walks up a driveway, or a car door opening and closing,...

New Continent Found!

A new study has presented evidence that earth might have an eighth continent called Zealandia. This land mass is based around New Zealand and covers an area of almost five million square kilometers, of...

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Amazing Benefits of a Vegetarian Lifestyle

Long gone are the days where vegetarians are the minority in society. Indeed, many meat eaters are now switching to the vegetarian lifestyle, not just because of an ethical value over the animals, but...