Following his deportation from Guatemala, anti-virus mogul turned public train wreck John McAfee is back on U.S. soil. It doesn't seem that he's back on solid ground though, so to speak. Earlier this morning McAfee gave a characteristically far-out interview on CNBC's Squawk Box.
For years, archaeologists have referred to an ancient set of texts known as the Maya codices to study that ancient civilization's relationship with astronomy and time. But now, a team of archaeologists has discovered a set of murals, hieroglyphs, and astronomical calendars deep in the rainforests of Guatemala, that…
Scientists have bred mosquitoes in Guatemala that will cause mosquito genocide when they mate with normal mosquitoes. The idea is to thwart disease spread by the insects, in this case dengue fever.
Here's a barnyard beast to join the ranks of the two-headed Armenian cow. In the village of Santa Cruz El Chol, Guatemala, a mutant piglet was born after residents saw curious, hovering lights in the night sky.
The world is trying to swallow Guatemala, one terrifying sinkhole at a time. The latest occurrence woke 65-year-old Inocenta Hernandez, making her think there'd been a car crash outside. There wasn't. The sound was a 40-foot chasm opening directly under her bed.
Finally, someone got a helicopter and filmed the Guatemalan Gates of Hell. The 200-feet deep sinkhole—which swallowed a clothing factory—was caused by tropical storm Agatha's torrential rains. What I want to see now is someone exploring the bottom.
No, this image is not Photoshopped. It comes from Guatemala City today, where damage from a tropical storm - including 3 giant sinkholes - has forced 120,000 people to evacuate. Here's how you can help refugees.
"This can't be real" was my first thought. Then I checked the source: The Guatemalan government. This sinkhole appeared last sunday in a street intersection of Ciudad de Guatemala. Just looking at the photo gives me vertigo. [Updated]