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Experts Reveal The Real Reason Behind The Red Sun Phenomenon In UK

Unfortunately, the explanation behind the fascinating phenomenon is a bit worrying.

Mark Lester Celozar





If you’ve been to Twitter these past few days, then you probably already know about the red sun phenomenon that happened in the UK recently. The strange occurrence practically made the sun look like something you’d see from a post-apocalyptic movie or video game.

The bizarre phenomenon is undeniably something to look at. According to the reports, it was witnessed almost everywhere in the UK.

Images of the fascinating phenomenon flooded the Twitter over the past few days.

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Imagine seeing this in the afternoon sky.

Despite the apocalyptic semblance of the phenomenon, Brits just laughed it off and just stayed cool.

Some even quoted Legolas’ famous line from the Lord of the Rings.

Unfortunately, the explanation behind the fascinating phenomenon is a bit worrying.

Studies say that the red sun phenomenon had something to do with hurricanes.

Similar to the red skies phenomenon that happened over the Disneyland recently, the experts say that the red sun phenomenon also originated from the hurricanes, particularly the hurricane Ophelia. For those who don’t know, hurricane Ophelia is currently known as the strongest East Atlantic storm ever recorded.

Studies discovered that the category 1 hurricane have brought the Sahara sands with it.

The reddish color of the sun and the mute color of the sky were due to the debris and dust all over the sky. During an interview with BBC, the weather presenter Simon King explained:

Ophelia originated in the Azores where it was a hurricane and as it tracked its way northwards it dragged in tropical air from the Sahara. Because the dust is so high, light from the Sun is scattered in the longer wavelengths, which is more the red part of the spectrum, so it appears red to our eyes.

Well, despite its connection with the terrible hurricane, at least we can finally breathe a sigh of relief that the world is not ending yet. Praise the sun, eh?

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Tiramisu Was Once Prostitute’s Secret Weapon To Seduce Men

It was a real guilty pleasure.




Tiramisu is one famous dessert. It's often a staple in cafes and restaurants inside and outside of its origin country of Italy. The delicate custard dessert is made of ladyfingers dipped in coffee and layered with a whipped mixture of eggs, sugar, mascarpone cream, and cocoa.

But this treat isn't as sweet and innocent as it seems. Tiramisu has quite a checkered past, and it all began in the Italian town of Treviso.

According to historians, since the medieval times, Treviso has been known for its wild and passionate inhabitants.

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11 Schools From Around the World Reveal What They Prepare For Lunch

Apart from culture and tradition, countries also differ in the kind of food they prepare for lunch at school.




Every country in this world differs greatly in terms of culture and tradition. This includes everything from fashion and education, and even food. The latter, however, is perhaps one of the most interesting differences. People have different standards for meals depending on which place they live.

School meals, in particular, vary greatly in each country. Schools may find it convenient for kids to go for snacks, while others are fond of the heavy lunch. Heck, some will even find it a joy to cook set meals for the students.

Below is a compilation of the different lunches schools from around the world prepare. Scroll down and prepare to be hungry!

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Guy’s Epic Photoshopped Pics Shows Him Hanging Out With His Younger Self

The sky is definitely the limit if you are a Photoshop expert.

Mark Andrew



The sky is definitely the limit if you are a Photoshop expert. Some use the popular photo-editing software to troll people requesting for free photo enhancement favors, while others use it to get closer to world-famous celebrities.

And of course, there are also those who are like Conor Nickerson who use it for worthwhile, heartwarming personal projects. Apparently, the graphic artist and photographer took it upon himself to insert himself in his childhood pictures from 1997 to 2005.

So far, the results have been pretty epic and the internet has totally been blown away by his realistic output! The angles and lighting, in particular, are so convincing some might not realize that the photos were edited in the first place.

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