If you weren't vegetarian before, perhaps it's time to make the switch. Scientists in Japan have now created a way to synthesize "beef steaks" from human feces. The discovery was made after a Tokyo sewage plant approached scientists, asking them if they could figure out a way to utilize all the sewage sludge lying around.
A 21-year-old Portland, Oregon man who relieved himself in the Mt. Tabor reservoir last Wednesday may face serious criminal charges. The reservoir is one of the city's main sources of drinking water and, since the water's now contaminated, officials insist that 7.8 million gallons must be dumped.
It's natural to worry about things when you leave for vacation. Did I turn the lights off? Are the doors locked? Did I take the trash out? What you don't worry about, however, is your lawn being stolen. Maybe now you should.
Canadian Denise Thompson went on a short vacation over the weekend with her children and when she returned, found that every square inch of her previously lush, green grass had been stolen.
Whether a large business, individual or government institution, cutting back on costs is at the top of almost everyone's priority list these days. That's true for schools, as well, and one Pennsylvania school district has reduced cost in a zany fashion: via sheep.
Scientists in China have genetically modified a batch of cows so that they can now produce human breast milk opposed to regular cow's milk. The researchers at the Agricultural University in Beijing did so by injecting the human gene that makes milk into 300 bovine embryos.
Whether it's an urgent whisper or a loud scream, when duty calls you find the nearest bathroom and release. That's what homicide detective Alois Mabhunu did while working the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair several weeks ago.
Though the name Titanic has a bad reputation in the shipping world, boat owner Mark Wilkinson decided to test fate and name his own ship after the massive vessel anyway. Unfortunately for Wilkinson, fate won and Titanic II sunk on its maiden voyage.
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