(WorldKings) ARCHAEOLOGISTS have unearthed an Iron Age horse and chariot dating back to 500BC in what has been described as a find of “international significance”.
(WorldKings) Ground control to Major Tom: NASA has just rediscovered a lunar satellite that was wandering on an unknown course around the moon, a bit lost in space.
(WorldKings) Mars isn't particularly habitable to humans at the moment, but NASA's latest brainstorm could one day bring back the planet's beaches—or at least some of its oceans, Engadget reports.
(WorldKings) Archaeologists in Egypt discovered a massive statue in a Cairo slum that may be of pharaoh Ramses II, one of the country’s most famous ancient rulers.
Why Warren Buffett considers the deal he made with an 89-year-old woman one of the best of his career
(Worldkings)Every year, undergraduate students from 40 universities compete for a trip to Omaha to spend a day with Warren Buffett. The annual tradition always begins at Nebraska Furniture Mart (NFM), which Buffett acquired from the late Rose “Mrs. B” Blumkin in 1983 for his conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway.
(Worldkings)The periodic table is a tabular arrangement of the chemical elements, ordered by their atomic number (number of protons), electron configurations, and recurring chemical properties.
(Worldkings) Collected Cases of Injustice Rectified or the Washing Away of Wrongs is a Chinese book written by Song Ci in 1235 during the Song Dynasty (960-1276) as a handbook for coroners.
(Worldkings)Children's and Household Tales (German: Kinder- und Hausmärchen) is a collection of German fairy tales first published in 1812 by the Grimm brothers, Jacob and Wilhelm. The collection is commonly known in English as Grimm's Fairy Tales.
(Worldkings)The Natural History (Latin: Naturalis Historia) is an early encyclopedia in Latin by Pliny the Elder, who died in 79 AD.
The Manual of Calligraphy and Painting (Shi Zhu Zhai Shu Hua Pu)- World’s Oldest Multicolored Printed Book.
(Worldkings)“This is the earliest and finest example of multi-colour printing anywhere in the world,” Charles Aylmer, head of the Chinese department at Cambridge University Library, said in a press release.