The only certainty regarding the origin of the phrase “Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire” is a mystery and, ironically, mistruths and lies.
Unveiled in the depths of the earth’s abyss, precisely 1980 meters beneath the surface, emerges the enigmatic Deep Cave Springtail—an eyeless wonder, defying the unforgiving darkness as the reigning champion of earthly depths, holding the esteemed title of the world’s deepest-living organism.
Antilia, the world’s largest residential skyscraper in Mumbai, stands as a $2 billion emblem of wealth amid stark poverty, with 62% of the city’s inhabitants living in slums. Its grandeur incites global debate over the ethics of extreme wealth.
Laila Laurel, a British designer, ingeniously employs humor to address the social issue of manspreading. Her witty and thought-provoking anti-manspreading chair innovatively bridges the gap between social commentary and functional design.
Travel sickness, the perennial vacation spoiler, may soon be a thing of the past. French auto-manufacturer unveils groundbreaking motion sickness glasses, potentially offering a permanent solution for those prone to the discomfort of motion-induced nausea.