Toto’s Africa Played On Loop In Africa By Solar-Powered Speakers
Toto’s Africa Played On Loop In African Desert By Solar-Powered Speakers
The project hopes they will play “Africa” for Africa eternally.
[January 13-9th, 2019] Squirrels attack a nuclear base, the North Pole goes missing, Africa eternal, and the rest of the week’s strange news from Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
An art installation in Africa will play Toto’s “Africa” on loop, powered by the sun. The brainchild of Namibian-German artist Max Siedentopf, he desires this performance of “Africa” to “play for all eternity” in the 55-million-year-old Namib Desert.
Malmstrom Air Force base in western Montana houses 150 intercontinental ballistic missiles geared up with nuclear warheads. Needless to say, safety is paramount to the center. A group of ground squirrels, nevertheless, is proving to be too much. The critters have actually triggered alarms and burrowed through steel barriers throughout the 23,000-square-mile facility.
The Most Liked Image On Instagram
A picture taken in 2015 by Shutterstock photographer Sergei Platonov is the most liked photo on Instagram ever. Published on January 4, 2019, by @world_record_egg, the account made just one post with the plea that individuals assist it take the leading area from Kylie Jenner. The egg sits with over 47 million likes now, beating out the media magnate by over double.
North Pole Held Captive
While the geographic North Pole’s location is fixed to wear the Earth spins on its axis, Magnetic North can move as iron in the Earth’s core flows. Formally, the requirement for Magnetic North’s place was set to change on January 15, 2019, however the United States federal government shutdown has actually indicated the location has actually gone unreleased. Now, the legal location for Magnetic North is in limbo, regardless of everyone with a compass knowing how to get there.
Giant Ice Disc In Maine
A mystical and enchanting disc of ice appeared in Prescumpscot River in Westbrook, Maine. The monolithic item’s distinct look drew in so much attention that some individuals recommended it had actually been made by aliens. Ice discs, nevertheless, are a common occurrence. Formed by ice melting in a slow-moving river, the Prescumscot disc is unusually large. Extending 300 feet across and moving counterclockwise, crowds appear entranced by the things, and birds are even delighting in riding this natural carousel!