Categoria Curious

Viral on TikTok: A store owner's curious method of selling cases of beer
Viral on TikTok: A store owner's curious method of selling cases of beer

Viral videos continue to generate trends on social networks. On TikTok, a user recorded a moment that generated funny comments after telling how he sells cases of beer to his customers. The event took place in northern Peru, but its unique 'technique' has caught the attention of netizens who have already made this February 2022 clip viral.

Idaho Potato Commission releases limited-edition potato perfume
Idaho Potato Commission releases limited-edition potato perfume

The Idaho Potato Commission announced it celebrated Valentine's Day and the state's signature crop with a limited-edition product: potato perfume.

Podcast listeners likely to be more curious and less neurotic – study
Podcast listeners likely to be more curious and less neurotic – study

People who listen to podcasts are more likely to be curious, more open to experience and less neurotic on average than non-listeners, a new study suggests.

Monkeys Near Florida Airport Becoming Simian Celebrities (+ Video)
Monkeys Near Florida Airport Becoming Simian Celebrities (+ Video)

DANIA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — As departing jetliners roared overhead, an aging vervet monkey moped on a mangrove branch one recent afternoon in the woods he inhabits near a South Florida airport, his ego bruised.

Why do birds hang out on power lines in D-FW? Curious Texas heads to the skies
Why do birds hang out on power lines in D-FW? Curious Texas heads to the skies

At dusk, hundreds — if not thousands — of black-feathered birds fly together like rolling clouds before landing at their destination: a power line.

An unusual house in Las Tunas (+Photo)
An unusual house in Las Tunas (+Photo)

Las Tunas, Cuba, April 3.- The force of gravity exerts an influence on people, hence any change in it has repercussions on orientation in space and requires the organs of equilibrium to adapt to the new circumstances. When this adaptation is not fully consummated, dizziness and visual illusions may occur.

The curious tale of the doctor who moved to Hawaii and became a hermit
The curious tale of the doctor who moved to Hawaii and became a hermit

Remote valleys in Hawaii have become far and few between, but in the 1950s, when Dr. Bernard Wheatley wandered from Europe to the U.S. and, finally, to Hawaii, he found isolation in what is now the Napali Coast State Wilderness Park.

The curious case of Clarence and Ginni Thomas
The curious case of Clarence and Ginni Thomas

Ginni Thomas is entitled to her opinions, even if treasonous. Using her status as the wife of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas to conspire insurrection with Trump's Chief of Staff Mark Meadows should at least require the justice to recuse himself from all Jan. 6 decisions. But, the real issue here is Clarence Thomas’ January vote to keep Trump’s National Archives documents secret. Was he trying to prevent any more of Ginni’s correspondence from becoming public? Even the possibility requires Thomas’ resignation.

The curious case of a Punekar, a placard and a promise to listen
The curious case of a Punekar, a placard and a promise to listen

“I want to do something for the society and create a space where people can safely talk about mental health,” says 24-year old Raj Dagwar. More famous in the digital world as the Pune guy who offers comforting, safe avenues to people who want to talk about emotional upheavals, mental health turmoils, share their blues, or just plain rant, Dagwar is no longer a one-man army.

Bride pays over £180 for dream doughnut wedding cake - but what arrives is 'a mess'
Bride pays over £180 for dream doughnut wedding cake - but what arrives is 'a mess'

A bride has gone viral on social media after sharing a look at the 'dream' wedding cake she ordered and the 'mess' she was subsequently left with on her big day

Watch these robotic fish swim to the beat of human heart cells
Watch these robotic fish swim to the beat of human heart cells

Scientists have built a school of robotic fish powered by human heart cells. The fish, which swim on their own, show how lab-grown heart tissue can be designed to maintain a rhythmic beat indefinitely, a team reports in the journal Science.

No, you don't need to worry about joro spiders. They may even be helpful in some ways
No, you don't need to worry about joro spiders. They may even be helpful in some ways

They're huge and scary-looking, and could soon be moving into most of the Eastern Seaboard of the U.S., according to new research.