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Who Is Elon Musk Dating, Net Worth, and 10 Facts About Him

Who Is Elon Musk Dating, Net Worth, and 10 Facts About Him
People
day ago

Calling all Elon Musk fans! Whether you’re obsessed with his futuristic rockets or his genius business moves, this article has something for you. We’ll delve into Elon’s personal life, unveil his staggering net worth, and share 10 captivating facts that will leave you even more fascinated by this tech icon. And yes, we’ll also answer the burning question: who is Elon Musk dating?

Who Is Selena Gomez Dating: A Look Back at Her Complete Dating History With Hollywood’s Finest

Who Is Selena Gomez Dating: A Look Back at Her Complete Dating History With Hollywood’s Finest
Relationships
month ago

Nick Jonas, Justin Bieber, The Weeknd — oh my! Selena’s dating portfolio could rival a Hollywood casting agency. Selena Gomez’s love life has been a whirlwind of passionate entanglements and bittersweet goodbyes. We’ll decipher the clues, decode the headlines, and expose the truth (and maybe a few juicy details) behind her relationship rollercoaster. And also who Selena Gomez is dating in 2024. Prepare for laughter, gasps, and maybe even a tear or two, because this love story is unfiltered and unapologetic.

Frozen Fur Ball Reveals Remarkable Secret, It’s 30,000 Years Old, Say Scientists

Frozen Fur Ball Reveals Remarkable Secret, It’s 30,000 Years Old, Say Scientists
Curiosities
4 months ago

Long before humans walked the Earth, our world looked remarkably different. Ancient artifacts and discoveries from the past provide us with captivating glimpses into a world that often feels beyond our wildest imagination. Just consider, for instance, a recent discovery by scientists: a frozen fur ball that has endured for 30,000 years, a mysterious artifact brimming with untold stories. What secrets could it possibly hold?

“My Brain Was Misfiring,” Brendan Fraser Recalls Starving While Filming “George of the Jungle”

“My Brain Was Misfiring,” Brendan Fraser Recalls Starving While Filming “George of the Jungle”
People
5 months ago

Brendan Fraser is a well-known actor admired for his talent, good looks, and charming personality, which have left a strong impression on people. He’s done amazing acting in big movies like The Mummy and George of the Jungle, which many people loved. Even though he took a short break from acting at one point, he’s back now, and his fans are really excited to see him on the big screen again.

Man Gets FIRED From Work After SAVING an Adorable Baby Moose

Man Gets FIRED From Work After SAVING an Adorable Baby Moose
People
7 months ago

We all might expect our good deeds to pay off with at least a little gratitude and praise. But in the case of Mark Scage, it was completely different. Mark was fired from work because he saved a baby moose from being mauled by a black bear. Let’s learn more about why Mark’s kind heart resulted in the loss of his job.

If You See This on Your Christmas Tree, Throw It Out ASAP

If You See This on Your Christmas Tree, Throw It Out ASAP
Tips & tricks
7 months ago

A weird white spot on a banana is a sure sign you probably wanna throw them away as these are the nests of spiders. I’m talking about the Brazilian wandering spider, as it has no GPS. And this guy is dangerous, also known as the world’s most venomous spider. One bite and your nervous system is instantly blocked — as a nasty bonus you get nausea and blurred vision. Don’t worry, they’re most likely to be found in South America, but since they like to hide, they can sneak into the banana box and travel wherever the bananas travel. They like to travel in their sack and there is evidence of a mama spider traveling together with her baby spiders. Oh, goody!

Madonna, 64, Looks Stunning in ULTRA Revealing Pics

Madonna, 64, Looks Stunning in ULTRA Revealing Pics
People
8 months ago

Madonna has never been shy about flaunting her incredible figure, but her latest post has surpassed all expectations. The 64-year-old icon looked incredibly youthful as she made an important announcement that made her fans super excited.

10 Celebrities Who Found Happiness Far Away From Hollywood

10 Celebrities Who Found Happiness Far Away From Hollywood
People
month ago

Being famous brings more than just recognition and wealth. Along with it comes the constant pressure of the media and the challenges of maintaining privacy and a positive public image.To find solace, many celebrities retreat from the bustling social scene. We were curious to uncover the secret hideaways of some beloved stars, places where they escape the prying eyes of the paparazzi. And as a bonus, we’ll reveal the intriguing story of a celebrity who initially moved to France and then made a surprising return.

Blake Lively’s Emotional Speech to Ryan Reynolds Comes to Light, Moving Him to Tears

Blake Lively’s Emotional Speech to Ryan Reynolds Comes to Light, Moving Him to Tears
Relationships
9 months ago

When we say Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, we say couple goals. While we often get to enjoy their playful stabs at one another, we came across a gem where things got raw and emotional. Blake Lively shared insights from her life with Ryan that we never get to hear. And watching her speech made us feel like someone was slicing onions right next to us — keep scrolling to watch the best part of the video below.

If You See One of Those Clouds Over Your City, Get Out Fast!

If You See One of Those Clouds Over Your City, Get Out Fast!
Tips & tricks
9 months ago

Ah...You’re on the grass, looking up at the blue sky, enjoying some singing birds and catching some warm rays. You watch differently shaped clouds soaring slowly, high up into the air.Suddenly you hear a powerful loud rumble coming from far away. You get up and notice a gigantic thick cloud ahead. But it’s not the size that scares you, it’s the shape. The cloud looks like a skull. Don’t worry, it doesn’t mean anything bad’s gonna happen.

Scientists Drained Niagara Falls in 1969 And Made an Amazing Discovery

Scientists Drained Niagara Falls in 1969 And Made an Amazing Discovery
Curiosities
9 months ago

If you could get into the time machine and travel back to 1969, you’d see something spectacular! What you’re looking at isn’t some random desert. It’s one of the most powerful waterfalls — completely dry! In the summer and fall of 1969, the American side of Niagara Falls stayed without water. It lasted 6 months. Researchers wanted to study the rock face of the falls. They were afraid it was going to become too unstable because of erosion. Erosion is the process when natural forces, such as water and wind, wear away earthen materials. For example, if you see glacial ice become muddy, it means erosion is happening.

This Place Is Full of Pirate Gold, Why Can’t No One Find It?

This Place Is Full of Pirate Gold, Why Can’t No One Find It?
Curiosities
4 months ago

They say this place is swarming with money. It has been stored there for centuries, but no one managed to take it away from this island. Treasure hunters have been bewitched with this place since 1795. Many people have tried their luck looking for the treasure that could be hidden there by the Spanish pirates or even by the Knights Templar.

Life Afloat: 8 Ingenious Offshore Structures

Life Afloat: 8 Ingenious Offshore Structures
Curiosities
4 months ago

It’s safe to say humans do their share of attempting the impossible, right? I mean, we’ve landed on the Moon, built underground cities, and for some time now, we’ve been fascinated with building stuff on the water. Let’s take a look at some of these masterpieces, shall we?

What If Columbus Never Reached the Americas

What If Columbus Never Reached the Americas
Curiosities
4 months ago

It was hot in the tropics. A type of heat unknown to the men aboard the Ninã, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria ships, led by Italian explorer Christopher Columbus. It had been months since these men left their home cities in Europe. And until then, Europe was all they knew. They were given a difficult and even dangerous task. Spain hired Columbus to find a New Western Route to Asia. They needed new routes for trading and buying spices. But it was far from a simple job.I mean, crossing the ocean never is. Little did those sailors know that their lives were about to change forever! “Land in sight!”, someone must have shouted on board. But when they finally stepped on that new foreign land, they discovered they were not in Asia. They had landed in the Americas.

Asteroid That Covered 10% of Earth With Its Pieces

Asteroid That Covered 10% of Earth With Its Pieces
Curiosities
4 months ago

About 800,000 years ago, a gigantic asteroid soared through space and plummeted toward Earth. It slammed into our planet with enormous force. It blanketed 10% of Earth with shiny black and green lumps of rocky debris, known as tektites. Tektites are pieces of rock that get liquefied by the heat of a meteorite impact. Then they cool down to look like dark, glassy pebbles. A trail of these tektites was strewn across Southeast Asia and reached all the way to eastern Antarctica. This is how scientists know this giant meteorite crash happened

16 Reunions That Prove There Is a Happily Ever After

16 Reunions That Prove There Is a Happily Ever After
Curiosities
10 months ago

The moment when separated hearts finally reunite is pure magic. In that moment time stands still, and we believe in a happily ever after. Reunions are a celebration of our love’s enduring power and a reminder that against all odds, true love always finds its way back home. Just like these people discovered, it’s never too late to be reunited with your dearest.

10 Intriguing Finds From Frozen Places

10 Intriguing Finds From Frozen Places
Curiosities
4 months ago

Meet “Ötzi” or “The Iceman” — a natural mummy. He lived sometime between 3350 and 3105 BCE. He was discovered in 1991 in the Ötztal Alps, near the borders of Austria and Italy. And yes, the nickname derives from the name of the mountain. Ötzi is Europe’s oldest known naturally mummified human. Ötzi was 40 something when it happened. Science is awesome. We now even know that he was left-handed and lactose intolerant! He was wearing shoes stuffed with grass and laced with aurochs leather. He also had a fur hat and carried a backpack with everything he needed to quickly make a fire. His body is now kept in a special room at a constant temperature of around −21˚ Fahrenheit. These days, Ötzi is kinda a celebrity, featuring in numerous documentaries and books.

The Lost World’s Biggest Log Cabin: What Happened to It?

The Lost World’s Biggest Log Cabin: What Happened to It?
Curiosities
4 months ago

Well, what do you think? The biggest log cabin in the world was truly magnificent! Known as the Forestry Building, it was enormous, at over 200 feet long and more than 70 feet high. It was built in 1905 in Portland, Oregon, the United States. And Portland was known for its flourishing wheat and flour industry, a growing shipping port, and timber industry at that time. This log cabin was a part of the big exposition held in Portland. It took 2 years to build it.

These Animals Travel Across the World, but Why?

These Animals Travel Across the World, but Why?
Animals
4 months ago

The sky suddenly turns orange. All you can see as you look up are millions of butterflies. You just got lucky to witness the spectacular natural show: the annual migration of monarch butterflies. Every fall, as the days get shorter and the temperatures go down in the northeastern U.S. and Canada, these beautiful creatures leave their summer breeding grounds. They travel up to 3,000 miles to Mexico and never come back.

Mars and Antarctica Are Warmer Than This City

Mars and Antarctica Are Warmer Than This City
Places
4 months ago

Our planet sure is full of mysterious, unbelievable places. But here’s a list of spots that look like they came straight out of a sci-fi movie. I bet you’ll be googling them later to see if they are truly real or not! If I asked you to think of the coldest place on Earth, you’d probably say it’s somewhere in Antarctica or the North Pole, right? But what if I asked you to name the coldest cities on Earth? One where people actually live. Well, think Winnipeg in Canada, which once got as cold as the uninhabited planet of Mars. It so happens that on one of its warmest days, Mars’ surface temperature reached a maximum of −20 F.

Sinister Clowns Walk in This Forest and Spook People

Sinister Clowns Walk in This Forest and Spook People
Curiosities
3 months ago

One guy was walking in the forest of County Park, in Huntington, New York. He came to a mysterious small area where he found cans of leftover food and a dirty blanket on the ground. Broken branches lay nearby, folded into a strange shape resembling a cage. And almost every tree had A4 sheets of paper hanging on it.

Why They Don’t Built These Non-Stop Elevators Anymore

Why They Don’t Built These Non-Stop Elevators Anymore
Curiosities
4 months ago

No doors, no stopping. Who could’ve thought these 4 words perfectly describe ...an elevator? How d’you go out of the cabin if it never stops, d’you jump out of it? Welp, sort of. Meet paternoster also known as the paternoster lift — a highly questionable invention intended for making it comfortable to reach even the highest floors.

This Place Hides What Could Save the Whole World

This Place Hides What Could Save the Whole World
Curiosities
4 months ago

The Javarri Valley in Brazil is an untouched jungled area of 33 thousand square miles, slightly larger than Austria. This place is protected to stop outsiders from entering. This isolated area is home to one of Brazil’s largest indigenous territories. Here, uncontacted tribes with no understanding of the outside world can live peacefully in the jungle. Observation is only made by officials from the air. It provides a small glimpse and a better understanding of how early hunter-gatherer societies once lived. Up to 3,000 inhabitants, within 14 different tribes, live deep inside the reservation, in up to 19 villages. This makes the Javarri Valley one of the largest concentrations of isolated peoples in the world. It’s illegal for outsiders to enter this area, as contact with outside humans would be volatile to the natives’ health. These remote tribes haven’t evolved an immunity to the many bacteria that we have. So, it’s crucial they are left alone.

48 Times People Found Something Extremely Huge

48 Times People Found Something Extremely Huge
Curiosities
4 months ago

What you see in this picture is a puffball mushroom. A man was fishing on the river when he discovered the thing. It measured 81 inches across and weighed around 52 pounds when he cut it. Oh, and did you know that in terms of genetic comparisons, mushrooms are more closely related to us than to plants? This turtle was found on the beach in Northern Wisconsin. In a small seaside town in Denmark, people have made the world’s tallest sandcastle. According to the Guinness World Records, this castle is 69.4 feet tall and weighs nearly 5,000 tons.

16 Rarest and Most Expensive Mining Finds

16 Rarest and Most Expensive Mining Finds
Curiosities
5 months ago

It’s kinda weird, but mining finds are often some of the most exciting discoveries. Ready for a treasure hunt? Hmm, or maybe we can just take a look at what other people found? Without leaving our comfort zone, you know.

12 Natural Phenomena Only 1% of People Have Seen

12 Natural Phenomena Only 1% of People Have Seen
Curiosities
5 months ago

You feel some rumbling from below. No, it’s not your tummy. It’s low and ominous. You look up and see strange lights hanging above the ground. They look like shimmering balls of light hovering high up in the sky. Your throat goes dry and you gulp. That’s what they call the “earthquake lights.”

21 Bizarre Elvis Facts Will Leave You All Shook Up

21 Bizarre Elvis Facts Will Leave You All Shook Up
People
5 months ago

It’s estimated that there are about 35,000 Elvis Presley impersonators all over the world today! But despite his international fame, Elvis never ventured out of North America. He only sang outside of his home country three times, in Canada. It’s rumored it was because of Elvis’s manager, Colonel Tom Parker. The Colonel was not an American citizen and was living in the United States without proper documentation. He thought that if he left the country for Elvis’s overseas shows, he wouldn’t be allowed to re-enter the US. He ultimately convinced Elvis that it was more efficient for his career to have people from all over the world come to see him, rather than travel.

They Found the Treasure That Everyone Thought Was a Myth

They Found the Treasure That Everyone Thought Was a Myth
Curiosities
6 months ago

It all happened in 1708. On June 8, the Spanish galleon San José was going back home to Spain from the Caribbean. In total, there were 17 ships. The captain of the San José knew they were in for some trouble, as English ships were lurking in that area. He knew that they would be after the treasure loaded on the ships. The price of the treasure from the New World was so astronomical that it could turn the course of historical events in Europe upside down.