Medjimurje Mayor Ivan Stefic holding the “alien head.” I have no idea what this thing is that the mayor is holding, but I wouldn’t mind having it on display in the Museum of the Weird! Mayor Stefic, if you’re reading this… call me! A baffled mayor has asked scientists to examine the remains of what be believes to be the head of an alien dug up by workers in a graveyard in Croatia.
The twisted, soft-bodied remains – which seems to have a beak-like mouth in the centre – were u
“Our basic conclusion is that the bees can clearly detect this target, and we are very satisfied,” said Kezic. The main issue in the training of honeybees resides in the mastery of the entire colony as opposed to just a few lone bees. Kezic is also one of the leaders of a larger multimillion-euro program called “Tiramisu,” to detect land mines. Once the reliability of trained honeybees is confirmed, they will be utilized to uncover the mines otherwise missed by de-miners in a
Interesting little bit about this young boy claiming to be “magnetized”. What do you think? Young Ivan Stoiljkovic poses for pictures with a Samsung Galaxy Tab stuck to his chest in front of his home near Koprivnica, about 62 miles (100km) north of Croatia’s capital city, Zagreb, on May 12, 2011.
Ivan, 6, is purported to posess an extraordinary and seemingly magical talent: the ability to attract metallic objects — from spoons to heavy frying pans — to his body.
He is said to