We’ve Changed Our Website To Eskify.com

We’ve Changed Our Website To Eskify.com

You may have noticed that I have not uploaded a new article in several months. You may also have noticed the constant uploads on my youtube channel, or that the youtube channel changed it’s name. This can be explained quite easily. I rebranded! Out new name is Eskify – that’s what our youtube channel and new website is called. We upload at least 10 articles each week on our new website, we have been since it launched, and usually one video per week on my youtube channel. You can like my facebook page for bonus facts daily, or follow my twitter for similar content. So this is the link to my new website: Eskify.com   I know that we can build a much better website than this one, and we can do it more rapidly too! I’ll see you on the other...
5 Miracles You Just Can’t Explain

5 Miracles You Just Can’t Explain

From a woman who fell 33,000 feet, and survived, to corpses thousands of years old in perfect condition. This is a list of 5 miracles you just can’t explain. 5) Surviving An Impossible Plane Crash: Vesna Vulovic fell 33,00 ft out of a moving plane, and somehow survived hitting the hard ground without a parachute, or any safety gear what so ever. She even holds the Guinness world record for surviving the highest fall without a parachute. She fell out of the plane due to a explosion in the baggage area. The plane crashed and Vesna was the only survivor. Although mysteriously Vulva was not even supposed to be on the plane, and took another attendants place by accident. Reports stated that Vulva survived because she was in the back of the plane, even though Vulva, and the man who found her both say she was lying in the middle of the plane. 4) Miracle Healing – Therese Neumann:    She was declared blind in 1919. Therese was also partially paralyzed and suffered bedsores. She was then visited by a saintly ghost on may 17th 1925, and inexplicably cured of all her ailments. She was then diagnosed with appendicitis, and cured not long later. From the years of 1922 until her death in 1962, Therese Neumann claimed to have consumed no food, or water, and only to have taken The Holy Eucharist, until her death. In July 1927 a medical doctor and four nurses watched her 24 hours a day for two weeks. They confirmed that she had consumed nothing except for one consecrated sacred Host a day, and...
10 Most Crazy Youtube Challenges

10 Most Crazy Youtube Challenges

Youtube challenges have been there from the beginning. They started off as pointless feats of stupidity, but have been used to raise millions of dollars for charity. In this list we will focus on the most crazy youtube challenges we have ever seen. Some have been successfully overcome. Some have not. Either way… don’t do these challenges. It would be madness. 10) Diet Coke And Mentos: In this challenge you put a load of mentos in your mouth. Without swallowing them you pour some diet coke in your mouth and that’s the whole challenge. You try to avoid letting any of it spew out of your mouth. The diet coke and mentos react together, making it almost impossible to keep it in. 9) Milk gallon Challenge: This challenge seems a lot more easy than it is. You have 60 minutes to swallow a full gallon of milk without vomiting. The problem is that most people vomit. Vomit violently. 8) Lego Challenge: Can you walk barefoot over a 5 foot stretch of lego pieces? Because the dudesons can. 7) Flour Challenge: For this one you take a heaping serving spoonful of flour and try to swallow it without the help of any liquid. You won’t be able to do it. 6) Tea Bag Challenge: watch as these 2 maniacs try to eat the contents of tea bags. 5) Cayenne Pepper: Fill a ladle full of Cayenne pepper and swallow that bitch! 4) Ghost Pepper Challenge: Take a ghost pepper chilli and eat it. Just eat it and see what happens. 3) Wasabi Challenge:  Can you swallow a spoonful of Wasabi?...
5 Yachts You Won’t Believe Are Real

5 Yachts You Won’t Believe Are Real

From a yacht made from solid, gold and dinosaur bone, to a yacht with nine decks, 88 ft high, and 5oo ft long. This is a list of 5 yachts you won’t believe are real. 5) History supreme: History supreme is the most expensive Yacht ever built, made from 100, 000 kilograms of solid gold, platinum, meteorite, and genuine dinosaur bone. It costs over £3 billion, and is owned by a Malaysian business man who has remained anonymous. On the boat there is a also a wine bottle with a giant 18.5 ct diamond attached. It was built by the man who also created the most expensive suit, and phone in the world. The yacht took three years to build. 4) Streets of Monaco: This is the biggest yacht in the world, designed to be a floating city. It’s 155metres long, and cost £244 million. It includes miniatures of the famed Monte Carlo Casino, Hotel de Paris, Cafe de Paris, La Rascasse, the Loews Hotel as well as swimming pools and tennis courts. It also has a go kart circuit the size of the Grand Prix. It takes 70 crew members to run it, and can house 16 guests. There are also areas where people store their smaller yachts for later. 3) Eclipse: This 1.5 billion super yacht is owned by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich. It is the second largest yacht in the world, and can hold 36 guests. It includes two helicopter pads, a cinema, two swimming pools, a submarine, armour plating, a laser system, and a missile defence system. The yacht is over 500 ft long, and is currently...
10 Most Funny Doomsday Predictions Ever

10 Most Funny Doomsday Predictions Ever

From the doomsday chicken hoax to the Shemitah 2015. Our Video On This: 10) Doomsday Hen: In 1806, a common hen started laying eggs with the words “Christ is coming” written on them. This led to mass panic with the local townsfolk believing it to signal the apocalypse. And when they found out it was just a hoax… they were really angry. The owner of the hen was Mary Bateman, and she simply wrote the words by hand. It is probably not by coincidence that she was soon accused of being a witch. After the execution strips of her skin were sold as lucky charms to protect from evil spirits. 9) Joanna Southcott: Joanna Southcott was a self-proclaimed biblical prophet. In 1792 she started claiming to be the woman chosen by god to give birth to Jesus for the second coming. In 1814 she announced that she was pregnant and would give birth to the Messiah on Christmas. She died on the day of her prediction and the autopsy found that she wasn’t even pregnant. She was just crazy. But she was said to have over 100 thousand followers. Her followers refused to bury her body for months expecting her to rise from the dead. But she never did. 8) New England’s Dark Day: New England’s dark day is the name given to the 19th of May 1780. On this day the sky was unusually dark during the hours of day when it should have been bright. It was as dark as night so people were forced to carry candles. The theory is that it was caused by a combination...
10 Most Epic Underground Cities

10 Most Epic Underground Cities

An underground city is a series of linked up underground areas… I have a list on the best ones. Our Video On This: 10) Wieliczka:Deep inside the Wieliczka salt mine, in Poland, is a huge underground city. As miners often spent their entire lives underground, they carved out dozens of statues and four chapels within the mine. They also carved out 3km of corridors, over 20 chambers, and even a tavern. Which makes sense – miners love their alcohol – even miners in underground cities. The most impressive part of the city is the chapel of st. King which is visited by around 1 million people each yearThe city also features an underground lake, and according to mythology, a family of goblins live on an artificial island in the middle of it. The mine was built in the 13th century and produced salt from then up until 2007. Many of the statues in the mine depict mythical creatures. So it sounds like a really fun place… apart from the drunk tourists stumbling around in the dark. Further reading 9) Beijing Underground City: Below the streets of Beijing is a huge underground city. Built by chairman Mao during the 1970s, it’s purpose was to house the population of Beijing in the event of a nuclear war with the Soviet Union. Stretching 85 square kilometres, it is often referred to as the underground great wall. It was constructed by over 300,000 workers and dug mostly by hand. Which doesn’t sound like it would be very effective. Built inside the city are schools, hospitals, farms, factories, theatres, warehouses, and living areas. The complex...