YouTuber Explains The ‘Borderline Insanity’ Of The World’s Weirdest Border – Digg

A bizarre, narrow ribbon of Belgium runs through western Germany.

Source: YouTuber Explains The ‘Borderline Insanity’ Of The World’s Weirdest Border – Digg

Puerto de Altura (Progreso Pier) – Progreso, Mexico – Atlas Obscura

It would take you approximately an hour and a half to walk to the end of Mexico’s largest pier.

Source: Puerto de Altura (Progreso Pier) – Progreso, Mexico – Atlas Obscura

Get Fresh Donuts at 14,000 Feet at Pikes Peak Summit House in Colorado – Thrillist

They can only be made (by a robot) and eaten above 14,000 feet, and are endangered by climate change.

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What to know about the cult-favorite Pikes Peak Summit House donuts.

Source: Get Fresh Donuts at 14,000 Feet at Pikes Peak Summit House in Colorado – Thrillist

India Revokes Kashmir’s Special Status, Raising Fears of Unrest – The New York Times

All communication with Kashmir has been cut off by India, politicians are detained, and residents are confined to their homes, in an extreme form of eminent domain.

The government announced an end to decades of autonomy in the disputed region, raising tensions in the restive territory and roiling relations with Pakistan.

Would You Like to Buy an Extinct Volcano? | Smart News | Smithsonian

You can own a real volcano in England for around $60,700.


The U.K.’s Posbury Clump may not have the snazziest of names, but the site boasts a rich history—and is available for around $60,700

Source: Would You Like to Buy an Extinct Volcano? | Smart News | Smithsonian

The North Magnetic Pole’s Mysterious Journey Across the Arctic – The New York Times

Scientists accelerated the update of a model of Earth’s fluctuating magnetic field, which is needed to keep navigational systems functioning. Many wondered what’s happening inside the planet’s core.