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Green Lake in Styria is a Popular Hiking Spot

It may be a natural phenomenon, but it is indeed a rare one, due to which it has become one of the most wonderful and magical hiking spots in Austria. The beautiful Green Lake in Styria is situated at the foot of Hochschwab Mountains. While it is mostly dry during the harsh cold winter months, it

This 6000 Year Old Hollowed Tree has a Bar Inside!

Nature is the best architect you would ever find in your life; no matter how much you learn, you can never beat what nature can do to this planet; it has some of the best designs for the mankind. You may have seen different types of trees, but this one is surely special – it

Man Was Hit 7 Times By Lightning Astoundingly Survived

A man hit 7 times by lightning astoundingly survived! If an L-stroke (lightning stroke) hits you, there’s a 10-30% chance that you’ll die. However, if you survive, there’s an 80% possibility of a life long injury! Smashing these facts, Roy Sullivan is the man who was hit by lightning as much as 7 times and

The Largest Cave in The World is in Vietnam

The largest cave in the world is so large that it has a river, forest and climate of its own! Caves have always been a mysterious wonder. Looking at them, one feels drawn by what might lay ahead. Needless to mention we have found some great things inside the caves for several years. Most of

When Looking At Stars, You’re Actually Looking Into The Past

When looking at stars; you’re actually looking into the past. Many of the stars we see at night have already died. Gazing the stars, we often admire their beauty, unaware of the fact that most of these sparkling objects in the sky are actually the stars that have already died! Light is undoubtedly very fast–

Lightning is 5 times hotter than the sun.

What is 5 times hotter than the Sun? The bolt of lightning is heaps hotter than the Sun. The surface of the Sun has a temperature of 10,340 degrees Fahrenheit or 6,000 Kelvin. Whereas a lightning bolt can reach a temperature of 53,540 degrees Fahrenheit or 30,000 Kelvin, which is 5 times hotter than the