The unlikely artist – best known in Japan as a delicacy, albeit a potentially poisonous one – even takes small shells, cracks them, and lines the inner grooves of his sculpture as if decorating his piece.
For the past decade, Simon Beck has been decorating the Alps with his stunning mathematical drawings, created by running in snowshoes across freshly laid snow. Each image takes him up to 11 hours to make and covers an area about 100m x 100m, requiring him to travel up to 25 miles as he marks out the pattern.
ruins discovered in gulf of mexico as deep as half mile below surface spanning an 8.3 mile area (larger than manhattan's island NYC) the underwater structures are believed to be more than 12,000 yrs old as that is when this region was above water. discovered in 2008
Deep down below the cold surface of the Bermuda Triangle, what looks like pyramids have been discovered. Even better is that they appear to be made of crystal. Why in the Bermuda Triangle? Why Crystal? What is a pyramid even used for? For