We see faces everywhere – on our morning toast, in a field full of flowers, or on Mars – thanks to a psychological phenomenon called pareidolia. But there are hundreds of faces on Google Earth, too. Here are some of the most amazing ones.
In this gallery, photographers show us unidentified cloudy objects. These are clouds that look so weird that it's as if some kind of alien vessel shaped them. And who knows? Maybe one did.
Most of us are familiar to a limited degree with the story of Dr. David Livingstone (1813-1873): his disappearance, his October, 1871 discovery in Ujiji, Tanzania, by Henry Stanley (1841-1904), and Stanley's greeting to Livingstone: "Dr. Livingstone, I believe?" Even if the latter phrase is a post-facto invention by…