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Mysterious gemstones sparked a 'diamond rush' turns out to be just quartz
Gemstones that sparked a diamond rush to eastern South Africa last week have turned out to be just quartz, according to preliminary findings.
Four of history’s weirdest jobs
Think your job sucks? Just be glad you don’t belong to one of these ancient professions. It’s not that farfetched to think that in the future most current jobs might not exist. Advancing technology is making more and more professions – especially manual jobs – basically redundant. But that’s just the way it goes, because it’s nothing new for some jobs to disappear as society moves forward. Sometimes, though, it’s for the better. Before machinery, people had some utterly bizarre jobs because they simply needed to get done. Here are some of the strangest jobs in history that have fallen by the wayside, oddee.com wrote.
Brothers set record crossing large gap in park on a highline
Two brothers from San Francisco said they have set a record for the longest highline ever walked in both Yosemite National Park and California, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.
Scientists can now make vanilla flavoring out of old plastic bottles
Man, who doesn’t like vanilla ice cream. Some might say it’s a boring flavor, but sometimes the simplest things just are the best.
This 10-storey building constructed in just over a day
Construction of buildings and skyscrapers is a job that often takes months, if not years – but not for this construction company in Changsha, China. Broad Group, a Chinese enterprise that has many verticals, one of which is sustainable development, created a splash on the Internet by building a 10-storey residential building in a little over a day – 28 hours and 45 minutes, to be precise.
Mysterious 'floating city' baffles viewers as buildings appear in middle of ocean
People have been baffled by the sight of what appeared to be a floating city off the south coast of England.
Man makes four-foot, 6.49-inch standing high jump on one leg for world record
A Malaysian athlete broke the Guinness World Record for the highest standing jump on one leg when he managed a vertical leap of four feet, 6.49 inches.
Weird 'living fossil' fish lives 100 years, pregnant for five
The coelacanth – a giant weird fish still around from dinosaur times – can live for 100 years, a new study found.
Simple maths question so divisive it has even confused calculators
A seemingly simple maths equation has left the Internet completely divided.
Woman transforms kitchen with 7,500 coins during lockdown
It appears not everyone struggled to kill time during lockdown. There were people who used it to let their imagination fly and creativity take shape. In northwest England, a woman used the ample free time in her hands to completely transform her dull kitchen. Billie Jo Welsby used thousands of 1p coins to decorate parts of the walls of her kitchen, which now twinkle and glitter even if a hint of light enters the area. Welsby shared a number of photographs on Facebook of the decorated kitchen as well as how it looked before she ramped it up, ndtv.com wrote.
Top 10 museums to visit in Iran
What are the best museums of Iran that you shouldn't miss visiting? The list below is prepared by packtoiran.com to introduce the top 10 museums which will leave you speechless.
Persian Cucumber Yogurt Salad
Iranian Cuisine
This Cucumber Yogurt Salad with nuts and raisins is a Persian dish called mast o khiar. Make this recipe for an easy side dish with dinner!
Deir-e Gachin Caravanserai, mother of all Iranian caravansaries
The Iranian desert is peppered with long-abandoned caravansaries, sprawling inns centered around large rectangular courtyards where caravans of merchants would rest, trade, and stay the night before continuing their long journey along the Silk Road.

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