Everyone has been a tourist at one point or another, whether visiting a city a few hours from your home, or a country half way around the world. The experience of traveling to a new place, and taking in all that it has to offer is incomparable and has sparked a multi-billion dollar tourism industry. Some of these places are more dangerous than others, while these locations are generally avoided by many, there are always a few risk takers willing to put their health and safety on the line in order to experience the unknown, and dangerous. Let's take a look at 28 of the most dangerous places on earth to visit.
Did you ever have a situation where you found a photo on your phone or camera, and you had no idea who took it or how it got there? This happens more often than you might think!
Some person lost their phone in the mall before having it recovered by Batman himself.
Nearly 1.5 million people were diagnosed with some kind of cancer last year. The food we eat - and the substances that come with the food we eat - likely play a large part of this epidemic. With that in mind, let's look at 16 foods that you probably eat everyday that are suspected to have some connection to cancer.
1. Canned Tomatoes
Most cans are made with a chemical called bisphenol-A, or BPA. BPA impacts the way genes do their job inside the brain. So most canned foods are suspected of having some role in causing cancer, and tomatoes are especialy dangerous due to their high acidity, which can cause BPA to leech from the lining of the can into the tomatoes themselves and thereby into your body.
"Stay in school" is almost always the best advice. However, many of the world's most famous and successful people did not in fact stay in school, but instead dropped out to pursue their dreams with amazing results. Here are 23 iconic billionaires who never finished college - some, in fact are even high-school dropouts. See for yourself.
1. Ralph Lauren
Est. Net Worth: $8 billion
Source of Fortune: Ralph Lauren Corporation (Apparel)
Education: Graduated DeWitt Clinton High School in The Bronx
The story of the Ugly Duckling is a tale of a little bird who had to grow into its skin to become beautiful, to grow from an ugly duckling to a beautiful swan. But what if the duckling was also beautiful?
These celebrities made it big as good-looking kids and grew up into good-looking adults, if you had a crush on them then you definitely will have a crush on them now!
1. Johnny Depp
Sometimes the best pictures are just a matter of being in the right place at the right time and letting the magic happen on its own. Here are 23 photos where the photographers were lucky in just such a way!
So close, yet so far...
These rare and iconic photographs have preserved some of the most important events and periods in history for posterity.
The nineteenth century saw the demise of the Samurai class in Japan. The cost of maintaining highly trained armies to defend themselves in civil conflicts became cost prohibitive. Prior to becoming politically activated the Samurai were some of the most proficient fighting machines in the known world. They had a culture based on honor, which they revered.
Tian Li was born in Guizhou Province of China in 1986 when his father was 27 years old. They took the first photo on Tian Li's birthday and since then this lovable father and son took a picture with the same pose for thirty years! Check out this breathtaking photo series that is sure to warm your heart.
The sinking of the Titanic was a terrible event that caused a massive loss of human life while also signifying to many the end of the British empire and the foolishness of humanity's technological pride. Here are 20 photos taken of the ship taken in better days.
1. Leaving Port
This photo was taken as the Titianic left port in Southampton, England on the 10th of April 1912. Four days after this photo was taken the ship would strike the fateful iceberg that would carry her to the bottom of the sea.