A few kilometers from the north-western German city of Dermold in the Lippe region of the country, there is a highly unusual rock formation.
What is Pay Per Click? Everyone who has a go at running their own website or selling a product online has to unlock, at some point or another, the mysteries behind these three little words.
Some jobs will never change and the role of the pest controller, although enhanced by new technologies, will probably remain simple: locate the pest and exterminate it.
There are lots of names associated with all the rocks floating around in space so what is the difference, for example, between a meteor and a meteorite?
At first sight the ruins pictured here look as if they may have been a housing project of some sort and in a way that would be a correct assumption.
Read more If you're struggling to learn the scales or you're looking for a simple and logical way to understand chords and harmony this book will have all your answers.
Are you a stickler for the apostrophe? Does public signage with the incorrect usage of this most understood of punctuation (and occasionally diacritical) marks leave you grimacing?
Motion control shot specialist Andrew Walker and friends recently had something of an experience – a visit to a Satsop nuclear power station in Western Washington, a place abandoned before it was even completed.
A spoiled young prince embarks on a hunting trip. What awaits him is an encounter with the spirit of the forest and a decision which will change his life forever.
His mother calls him Mateo but most of the world knows the mysterious street artist whose extraordinary work you see here as MTO. French born but Berlin based, MTO’s work is characterized by incredibly detailed renditions of über cool actors and musicians with a dash of red as his signature or around his work as a signifier of its boundaries (we are guessing to allow other artists to work around him).
If legendary characters from Greek mythology had to live their lives and solve their problems in today´s world, how would they go about it?
If the world was going to end I think I might well head for the pub and have one for the road. In this short film written and directed by Ben Chavda, one man decides to do just that.
Budapest is the largest city in Hungary and its capital. It is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe with a history that goes back to well before the Christian era.
Childhood nightmares, so real and vivid, can be forgotten in the daylight. Yet for one young boy the day does not come as his dreams turn in to a terrible reality.
This is interesting. Take the war on drugs and re-imagine it as a medieval allegory. There are kings, knights in shining armor and a dragon.
Before the application of radar became a reality a number of experimental early warning systems were developed by the British military. One which showed the most promise – as it actually worked – were the acoustic mirrors built at Denge on the south coast of England. Quickly superseded by radar they were abandoned but still remain at their post, obsolete concrete leviathans on an island in the middle of a nature reserve, reminders of a dangerous time in European history.
They may look like they come straight out of a science fiction film, but these eggs are real - they come from the stink bug.
This is really something rather special and will give you goosebumps if like me you have only fond memories for the work of Carl Sagan and his great contribution to humanity.
If you enjoy our occasional forays in to dance here at Kuriositas then you are in for something of a treat.
On the 31st of July, nature and landscape photographer Luke Taylor captured the rise of the full blue moon in Aquarius.