Thursday, February 22

Tag: weather

I Thought Winter Where I Live Was Bad… Then I Saw This SNOWPOCALYPSE. Unbelievable.

I Thought Winter Where I Live Was Bad… Then I Saw This SNOWPOCALYPSE. Unbelievable.

Entertainment
If you live above the Mason Dixon line in the United States, then you probably know how terrible winter can be. Snow, ice and bitter wind chills are a part of life. But, at least the US isn't Russia. The Rostov region can get a blast of snow so strong, it's apocalyptic. I'm not joking. When it snows in Russia... russiatrek.org It REALLY snows. russiatrek.org On Friday, January 30th, it snowed so much in the Rostov region a state of emergency was announced. russiatrek.org Transport networks were completely interrupted. russiatrek.org Food and...
This Creepy Noise Coming From The Sky Cannot Be A Good Sign

This Creepy Noise Coming From The Sky Cannot Be A Good Sign

Blog
googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('VN_PG_DTBT_ATF'); }); For years, people around the world have claimed to hear creepy noises coming from the sky. While some say they are simply changes in atmospheric pressure, others take them as a sign of government conspiracy, aliens, or even the apocalypse. The most recent video comes from Slovakia, where YouTuber Martin Mikuaš captured some truly unsettling noises on October 15, 2016. Listen to the strange sounds for yourself. Personally, I've never heard anything like them. Read More: Some People Think These Noises In Jerusalem Mean That The End Is Near For Us Do you think these noises could be a sign of the end times? Or are they just a hoax? Let us know in the comments. And ...
Someone Captured Absolute Perfection In Manhattan Two Days Ago. I’m So Glad They Had A Camera.

Someone Captured Absolute Perfection In Manhattan Two Days Ago. I’m So Glad They Had A Camera.

CULTURE
New York is “The City That Never Sleeps” and, when you’re not getting a full eight hours of rest nightly, you end up seeing a lot of things. For better or for worse, if it exists, a New Yorker has seen it--and probably on the subway during the wee hours of the morning. Rainbows, though certainly not a common occurrence, are nothing new to NYC, so if a Manhattanite takes time out of their day to take a picture of one, you know you’re dealing with something special. And this picture of a rainbow, which Redditor cbarney took from her Midtown West balcony, is something special alright. Take a look! Here it is! Aaand that same view at night. That was quick. ...