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5 INCREDIBLE LOST INVENTIONS



5. Cold Fusion Device
Eugene Mallove was a notable proponent and supporter of research into cold fusion. He was the author the book Fire from Ice, which details the 1989 report of successful cold fusion from Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann at the University of Utah. Mallove claims that the results were suppressed through an organized campaign from mainstream physicists. He was fatally beaten May 14, 2004 by an unknown assailant. His violent death was suspected by some to be related to the nature of his work.

4. Water Fuel Cell
Stanley Meyer produced nine patents relating to his water powered car. He was subsequently sued by two investors and the court found Meyer guilty of gross and egregious fraud, ordering him to repay the investors their $25,000. Following his sudden death, an autopsy showed that he died of a cerebral aneurysm. Meyers supporters continue to claim that he was assassinated by Big Oil, Arab death squads, Belgian assassins, or the US Government in order to suppress his inventions.

3. Earthquake Machine
At one point while experimenting with mechanical oscillators, Nikola Tesla allegedly generated a resonance of several buildings causing complaints to the police. As the speed grew he hit the resonance frequency of his own building and belatedly realizing the danger he was forced to apply a sledge hammer to terminate the experiment, just as the astonished police arrived. The Discovery Channels popular MythBusters show examined Teslas claim that he had created an Earthquake Machine in their 60th episode. They tested the physical phenomenon known as mechanical resonance on a traffic bridge, which today are built to withstand such forces. While a single I beam of steel was deflected several feet in each direction by their oscillator, and they reportedly felt the bridge shaking many yards away, there were no earth shattering effects. It is worth indicating that, in the time of the event undertaken by Tesla, buildings were not built to withstand such resonance.

2. Flexible Glass
Flexible glass is a legendary lost invention from during the reign of Roman Emperor Tiberius Caesar. As recounted by Isadore of Seville, the craftsman who invented the technique brought before Caesar a drinking bowl made of flexible glass, and Caesar threw it to the floor, whereupon the material dented, rather than shattering. The inventor was able to simply repair the dent with a small hammer. After the inventor swore to the Emperor that he alone knew the technique of manufacture, Caesar had the man beheaded, fearing such material could undermine the value of gold and silver.

1. Chronovision
Father Ernetti was known as an exorcist in the Venice region, but more especially because of his work on the chronovision. In the 1960s he is said to have constructed a time viewer in the 1950s, as part of a group that supposedly included Nobel Laureate Enrico Fermi and Wernher von Braun. The machine was called the Chronovisor, and could allegedly see and hear events of the past. According to an explanation by Ernetti, the luminous energy and sound that objects emanate are recorded in their environment, such that proper use of the chronovisor could reconstruct from said energy the images and sounds of a specific set of events from the past. Through the viewing screen of the chronovisor Father Ernetti claimed to have witnessed a performance in Rome in 169 BC of the now lost tragedy, Thyestes, by the father of Latin poetry, Quintus Ennius. He also claimed to have witnessed Christ dying on the cross. On his death bed in 1994, Father Ernetti said that he attended a meeting of all the people involved in the chronovision at the Vatican during which the only existing machine was destroyed.

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TOP 5 UNEXPLAINED PHENOMENA



5. Earthquake Lights
Seen before the onset of an earthquake, and sometimes even after, these white and blue lights are localized to places with intense tectonic disturbances. Their lifetime can vary from a few seconds to more than ten minutes. Their accounts date back to 373BC, more recent ones being from the 2009 LAquila earthquake in Italy and the eruption of the Sakurajima Volcano in 2011. Due to the lack of scientific examination the surrounding earthquake lights remain an enigma.

4. Hessdalen Lights
Since 1940s, unexplained sightings of lights in Norways Hessdalen valley have been reported. These are essentially beams of white, yellow and even red light, either stationary or free-floating, that appear 10-20 times every year. The unnatural lights garnered a lot of attention from the general public and the scientific world alike. In 1983, a number of Norwegian institutions, started what came to be known as Project Hessdalen. Years of scientific research have given rise to a number of hypotheses that sadly remain, unproven. The mystery surrounding the origin of Hessdalen lights has also led many to speculate on possible UFO presence.

3. The Hum
Around 7% of people ranging from 55-70 years old and living in specific areas of the US, UK, Canada and New Zealand are capable of hearing a constant humming sound, of unknown origins. It is usually more pronounced indoors and at night. Physiological effects of the hum include headaches, dizziness, insomnia, nausea and even suicide in extreme cases. Although scientific reasoning mainly points towards the usual sources of noise pollution, substantial research regarding its solution and treatment seems to be missing. The current logical explanation for the hum are the Microseismic waves that penetrate through the Earths mantle.

2. Spontaneous Human Combustion
Spontaneous human combustion is exactly what its name suggests: humans bursting into flames without any apparent external cause. Earliest reference to cases of spontaneous human combustion can be found in the 1673 De Incendiis Corporis Humani Spontaneis by Jonas Dupont. Usually associated with old age, obesity, cigarette smoking and even ketosis as a result of alcoholism, explanations for SHC remain only a conjecture. Interestingly enough, the fire from the victims left some body parts intact, and did no damage to surroundings.

1. The Wormhole
On 9 December 2009, a spiral anomaly appeared over the skies of Norway and Sweden. The spiral consisted of a blue beam of light with a greyish spiral emanating from one end of it. It lasted for 23 minutes which rejected the speculations for it to be a fireball meteor. UFO enthusiasts immediately began arguing whether the aerial light display could be evidence of extraterrestrial intelligence, that it could be a wormhole opening up or that it was the result of recent Large Hadron Collider experiments. However, the Russian Ministry of Defence confirmed that a Bulava missile test had failed during its stage of the trajectory. According to a spokesman: At least this failed test made some nice fireworks for the Norwegians.".

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10 STRANGEST HOLIDAYS AROUND THE WORLD

So throughout the year there is an abundance of mainstream holidays. But what you might not know is the endless supply of the weirdest and most unusual events. From Japans Bean Throwing Day to Austrias Krampus, welcome to Fuzzy Tvs 10 strangest Holidays from around the world.



10. Obama Day (Kenya)
Ever since 2008 on November 6, citizens of the poverty stricken Kenya have celebrated this national holiday. Although the nation is still divided on leaders, he’s actually seen as a hero of sorts and the day is to signify his victory in the polls when he was elected. This is done through parties and other forms of celebration.

9. Haxey Hood (England)
Back in the 14th century the wife of a landowner had her silk hood blow away in the wing whilst travelling between Westwoodside and Haxey. Apparently, several nearby workers at the local farm chased the hood which was then promptly returned. Grateful and amused by the kindness these men showed, she donated around 13 acres of land on the one condition that the event which just took place, would be re-enacted each year. So, on January 6th in Haxey each year, a rugby scrum pushes a leather tube, called a "hood," to a pub where it remains until the following year. It’s a little different sure but… there you have it.

8. Bean Throwing Day (Japan)
This celebration involves people throwing beans around shrines, temples and homes. Known in Japan as Setsubun, the holiday occurs on the first day of spring, usually falling on the 1st or second of February. They do this to help fend off and scare away eveil spirits that may be nearby.

7. Tinku Festival (Bolivia)
Ritualistic combat. That’s the main focus of this event held in northern Bolivia. During Early May men and woman begin the event with a strange style of dancing, which simulates a fight with fists flying in an aggressive style. Tinku means encounter, which is spot on as then the woman then create a circle around the men where they are encouraged with chanting as they fight one another. Surprisingly, the main goal is to party, so they try not to injure or cause pain. It’s a wonderful display as they are dressed in colourful outfit, with the woman wearing hats and the men in helmets.

6. Magpie Festival (Chinese)
Basically the variant to our Valentine ’s Day, this Chinese holiday is celebrated on the 7th day and 7th lunar month on the Chinese calendar. The Magpie Festival involves young girls praying for a just husband, where they demonstrate their domestic skills, such as melon carving and embroidery.



5. The Day the Music Died
In 1959 an aircraft crashed, and with it, came the deaths of here well-known musical artists. Big Booper, Richie Valens and Buddy Holly were all mourned by the 50s generation, and is celebrated each year on the 3rd of February.

4. Krampus (Austria)
This is quite a well-known tradition by the western world. In Austria folklore, Krampus is Saint Nicholas’s sidekick. Where Santa reward everyone who’s been good that years with wonderful gifts, the hairy and mischievous creature visits those on the naughty list. He punishes those who have one wrong, and to the children whom have been particularly bad, they get taken away in a sac!!

3. THE FEAST OF ANASTENARIA
This celebration is held in Northern Greece and Southern Bulgaria! Apparently, back in the middle ages when the Church of Saint Cons tantine caught fire and burned, crying of the saint was heard from the idols inside. These symbols were saved from the hot blaze by people who attended the church. Ever since then, the feast of Saint Constantine and Saint Helena is has been held. It’s a full on eight day celebration on the 21st of May, with firewalking, stomping and dancing with live music. The music picks up in speed and so do the dancers. Those who dance on the hot coal protests that they don’t feel the burning of their feet as they have been touched by Saint Constantine. There is also night activities such as the sacrifice of the bull, where the hide is made into sandals and the meat is cooked, then given to all the families.

2. NYEPI DAY (Belinese)
Nyepi day is all about retrospection and reflection. During this event, all people are asked to stay quiet and remain inside their hotels. Security guards actually patrol the streets to ensure people are at home contemplating on what they want in life. No radios, tvs, food and talking. Well, tvs are allowed but as long as it’s quiet. Also known as the Silent Night, it’s the Balinese take on Bali’s Lunar New Year tradition. The event is then followed by cleaning rituals, such as exorcism or the removal of effigies.

1. LA TOMATINA (Spain)
A festival all about throwing tones of tomatoes at each other! Right… The annual even in Bunol has the locals through tomatoes at each other in a crazy food fight. Around 40,000 people take part in the event on the last Wednesday of August, attracting thousands of tourists each year. Surprisingly, 150,000 tomatoes are thrown, that’s around 45 tonnes…. Hope you brought your goggles. Hey guys it’s Matt, if you enjoyed the video make sure to check out my channel for more stuff like this. Before you leave like and subscribe to Fresh so he keeps up the great work! Also, leave a video suggestion for a chance to get it featured.

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10 Most Venomous Snakes on Earth

From the lethal bites of Australian serpents to the fatal sting of the India's National Reptile, today we look at the Most Venomous Snakes On Earth.



10. Belcher's Sea Snake

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Unlike some of the highly aggressive entries featured on this list, Belcher's Sea Snake, or the faint-banded sea snake as it's also called, is much more docile. A mistake in a 1996 first edition of a Smithsonian guide to snakes started the rumor that this was actually the most poisonous snake in the world. In reality, it's venom is much less dangerous than ones belonging to the majority of snakes on this list, and even then it will refrain from injecting venom in most of its bites.

Venom is measured by the amount of toxin required to prove lethal for half of a sample group of animals. This is called an LD50 test. This is a relatively crude, barbaric experiment for testing venom lethality, as well as rife with outstanding variables such as how the toxin is administered with varieties ranging from muscle to vein to fat injections, or even forced inhalation or feeding. But despite this, it remains the main route by which the world measures the deadliness of venom. The true danger of the snake's venom is uncertain as data surrounding its LD50 results are scarce and difficult to compare to other venoms, while rumors continue to run rampant regarding its danger. Many online sources still frame the Belcher's sea snake as the deadliest, but in reality, it has nowhere near the most lethal of snakebites in the world.

9. Green Mamba

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Not quite as nasty as it's notorious onyx-colored cousin, the brilliant Green Mamba is still quite dangerous. Armed with a mix of neurotoxins and cardiotoxins , the green mamba's bite targets the body's organ functions, first causing disorientation through dizziness and nausea before graduating to a swollen throat, a shift in heartbeat patterns, and eventually convulsions and respiratory paralysis.

Fatal results aren't always guaranteed once bitten, however untreated bites are thought to have a high mortality rate. Thankfully, the afflicted area bit by a green mamba tends to swell, making the danger associated with its venom a bit easier to identify and hopefully allow for the application of an antidote. Still, this species has very long front fangs that the snake actually has some control over, making more severe envenoming strikes a likely occurrence. In this case, more often than not the effects set in rapidly, and the bitten victim may perish in as little time as 30 minutes.

8. Boomslang

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Hanging from the trees of Sub-Saharan Africa is a green and black serpent with a subtle yet treacherous bite. Known as the Boomslang, this species of snake is the only one of its family to prove harmful to humans. Normally found to have a set of inept fangs and a compact venom gland, the boomslang is the outlier among the Colubridae family with massive syringe-like injectors that protrude from the back of its mouth. The venom it produces takes time to process, but the symptoms are severe and can consist of headaches, sleepiness, and even mental disorders.

Mostly a hemotoxin , the boomslang's volatile injection can also stall the coagulation of wounds, leading to a lethal end by external or internal bleeding. It can also cause hemorrhaging of the brain and other muscles.  Due to the hours it takes for the symptoms to set in, victims are often lulled into a false sense of safety, thinking it to be a venomless strike called a dry bite. As a result, those struck by a boomslang's venom sometimes fail to receive the antivenom they need in time. Luckily for the public, though, this snake remains relatively tepid, not too territorial, and will only strike if handled or threatened directly.

7. Gwardar

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Often referred to as the western brown snake, the Australian colloquially named Gwardar was christened as such after the Aboriginal advice given to those who would run into such a snake, translating to: "go the long way around." While it may be typically shy, this would still serve as great advice given this snake's penchant for speed. Quick to take the defensive, and even quicker to strike, this highly alert species doesn't need much to get nervous. The gwardar comes in a small variety of looks, but will on average grow close to six feet in length.

Its scales feature an orange-brown hue and the head will either feature a small black V shape on the back or be covered entirely by a coat of black scales. Found all across the continent of Australia, these deadly reptiles are found in forests, grasslands, and urban areas alike. It doesn't have the most deadly venom around, but the gwardar delivers it in high doses through its tiny fangs. This can turn fatal as bleeding complications, abdominal pain, and even kidney damage will occur with severity dependant on the amount of venom injected. But instead of risking it and hoping for a low dosage, next time you're in the outback, just follow the advice and gwardar !

6. Rattlesnake

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Infamous for its namesake noisy appendage, the Rattlesnake is actually a type of pit viper, and a highly venomous one at that. Populating forests and deserts from Alberta down to Argentina, all 36 species of the rattlesnake are endemic to the Americas. Unlike other snakes who may take time and maturity to develop their complex venoms, adolescents of this species are born with functioning fangs and venom able to execute at birth.

The venom, like others, results in decaying tissue and blood clotting impediments. But some species of rattlesnake have even been known to cause paralysis with their penetrating strike. Rattlesnake venom is very complex in general, usually containing a mixture of up to 15  different enzymes. The toxins contain immobilizing and digestive components as well, making sure to not only injure their prey but also to slow down and tenderize it as well. But even with all their neat tricks, many species of rattlesnake are endangered today as a majority of their native habitat has been invaded for the past century by what may be their greatest threat: the automobile.



5. Black Mamba

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This snake is considered to be the most dangerous and fear-inducing snake in Africa. But their seclusion and timidness keep Black Mamba snakebite rates low, luckily for the public. These snakes are often identified by their coffin-esque heads and long slender bodies which average at around 8 feet in length and max out at almost 15 feet! One feature you can't rely on to recognize a black mamba, though, is its color. Somewhat of a misnomer, black mamba's are rarely black, often appearing in olive, brown, khaki or grey shades. Adolescents can be found wearing lighter hues of these colors with adults darkening as they age.

If you can't spot a black mamba from its look, though, hope you never have to try to identify by its venom. Before the advent of antivenom for this species, its bite was 100% lethal. Without treatment, its victims will typically pass within seven to fifteen hours of being bitten, and some reports as recent as 2008 tell of victims having a heart attack within one hour of envenomation. Those struck by a black mamba's bite will experience abnormal skin sensations like pins pricking them or a limb falling asleep. They'll then often begin to lose motor functions until an erratic heart rate will set in, often leading to cardiac or respiratory failure.

4. Tiger Snake

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Usually sporting a thick, blunt head and even thicker, yellowish-striped body, the Tiger Snake of Australia also has numerous variations in physical appearance depending on its inhabited region. Tasmanian tiger snakes, for example, are typically dark brown or black with faint banding stripes. Meanwhile the Western tiger snake is a much deeper black with bright yellow bands and a yellow stomach.

But no matter the look, these snakes at least share one thing in common: their terrifying venom. The mortality rate of untreated tiger snake bites is about 40 to 60 percent, though given their common occurrence in Australia, fatalities are few and far between. This wasn't always the case, but since the introduction of a specific Tasmanian antivenom used to treat all Tasmanian snakebites, tiger snake casualties have lessened considerably in the 21st century.

3. King Cobra

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As the longest venomous snake at a maximum length of more than 19 feet, armed with a grizzled, growling hiss and its iconic hood, the King Cobra is truly majestic. And in proper fashion, its venomous bite is a royal pain in the keister . Sometimes only taking a matter of 30 minutes to set in, the symptoms induced from the venom of India's national reptile can send a victim from feeling a bit tired and dizzy to paralysis and into a coma in no time. Some antivenoms exist, but they are luckily rarely needed as very few envenomed snakebites occur with this breed. In fact, king cobras are mainly interested in eating other snakes like rat snakes, pythons and pit vipers. Still, snake charmers are commonly found throughout India and they make up a good portion of all reported king cobra bites.

2. Saw-Scaled Viper

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While relatively small in size, this snake is at the top of the big four of India and one of the deadliest in the world, contributing to more snakebite mortalities than any other serpent. Found often in populated areas, the Saw-Scaled Viper crawls low and deliberate with acute alertness, giving inspiration to its other name: the carpet viper. These creatures sidewind to make there way around, keeping part of their body ever still in case of a potential predator...or prey.

At a maximum of length of just under three feet and brown, gray, or olive patterned skin flecked with white, the saw-scaled viper lurks unseen near cities throughout Africa, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and the Middle East. Another unique trait of this species comes from one of its primary defense mechanisms. Living up to its namesake, these vipers will grind their scales together like a rigid saw when threatened, creating a coarse, foreboding warning sound towards the aggressors.

Though they still won't give you time to react as they prove notoriously easy to agitate. Victims that suffer a bite from the saw-scaled viper experience profuse bleeding as chemicals in the venom block blood from clotting. These bites can result in permanent damage or loss of an organ, necrosis, extreme pain and swelling, and even a cerebral hemorrhage , making this tiny snake's bite as violent as it is lethal.

1. Inland Taipan

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Commonly called the fierce snake, this Australian native is definitively the most venomous snake in the world. Based on venom measurements, it only requires two and a half hundredths of a milligram per kilogram of the target's weight to cause ones demise, and in some tests only one hundredth of a milligram was needed. That means an average 75 kilogram, or about 165 pound, person would only require, at most, about a 1.875 milligrams of venom to meet their end. To make matters even more frightening, the Inland Taipan can administer an average of 44 milligrams per bite, and has a maximum recorded dose of 110 milligrams!

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