A Nigerian man spent 3 days in a sunken tugboat on the Atlantic Ocean floor. Harrison Okene, 29, was trapped in an air bubble, which kept him alive until a diving team rescued him. All other 11 crew members on the ship died.
Collectively, 68,387 Seattle Seahawks fans were so loud that they set a new Guinness World Record for crowd noise, stealing that claim back from the Kansas City Chiefs fans who broke the record earlier this season.
Everyone knows that tapping the top of a bottle of newly opened beer causes it to foam over. Scientists from France and Spain have figured out that "cavitation" is the reason behind the rapid bubbling.
Evena Medical, a California based imaging company, has released Eyes-on-Glasses. They’re "X-ray glasses" — digital imaging glasses that enable medical professionals to peer beneath the skin and better implement medical treatments.
King Tut's death more than 3,300 years ago has been a mystery since British archaeologists discovered his tomb in 1922. But high-tech research tells the unusually specific narrative of the boy pharaoh's stranger-than-fiction end.