Post by James Altucher:
Are You In Pain All The Time? I Hope So.View Post on Quora
Answer by Varsheindra Gautam:
1) This gorgeous concoction is called Aurora Jungle Juice.
It’s pink in natural light, but when viewed under black light it glows aquamarine. It’s made of gin/vodka, Rose’s Mojito Passion/pink lemonade and gin.
2) HILLER LAKE in Western Australia
3) Hidden Underground Beach of Marieta Islands, Mexico.
The Marieta Islands were originally formed many thousands of years ago by volcanic activity, and are completely uninhabited. The islands are about an hour long boat ride west-northwest from the coast of Puerto Vallarta and are visited daily by hundreds of tourists, yet no one can legally set foot on the islands.
4) The world’s largest jellyfish, Lion’s Mane, 8 feet in diameter and 50 meters of tentacles.
5) MORNING GLORY RAINBOW POOL
Morning Glory Pool is a hot spring in the of in the United States.
The distinct color of the pool is due to bacteria which inhabit the water. On a few rare occasions the Morning Glory Pool has erupted as a , usually following an earthquake or other nearby seismic activity.
6) A woman knitted a life-sized Ferrari !!!
Artist Lauren Porter used a ridiculous 12 MILES of yarn to create her cottony car! She convinced several friends and family members to help her in knitting the 240 squares of thread, a process that took 10 months to finish and assemble over the metal frame of the car.
7) This one’s about THOMAS EDISON
Two years after his first wife Mary died, Edison met and married 20-year-old Mina Miller.
Edison taught Mina Morse code so they could communicate in secret by tapping into each other’s hands when her family was around. One day, Edison asked .— —- ..- .-.. -.. -.— —- ..- — .- .-. .-. -.— — . and Mina replied -.— . …
8) TRIPLE CROSSING in Richmond, Virginia
It is believed to be the only place in North America where three Class I railroads cross at different levels at the same spot.
9) World’s bendiest woman Zlata.
Russian girl Julia Zlata, who’s able to bend herself into the most improbable shapes has broken several world records for her unbelievable flexibility.
10) Flathead Lake in Montana
Because of the crystal-clear water, the lake seems shallow, but in reality it is 370 feet in depth !!!