Észkombájn 2. könyv forrásjegyzék

1. fejezet

Nature: These six countries are about to go to the Moon — here’s why

Space com: The Myth of America's Love Affair with the Moon

New York Times: Obama Vows Renewed Space Program

Popular Science: NASA Has Spent $20 Billion On Canceled Projects

Royal Museums Greenwitch: Why did we stop going to the Moon?

CBC.ca: 50 years ago, we flew to the moon. Here's why we can't do that today

Britannica: Why Didn’t We Go Back to the Moon?

USGS: The Atmosphere and the Water Cycle

Mental Floss: How Much Does a Cloud Weigh?

Science Alert: This Is How Much a Cloud Weighs

The Swaddle: Why Do Some People Feel Hotter or Colder Than Others?

Cambridge University Press: Feeling of Cold Hands and Feet is a Highly Heritable Phenotype

The Conversation: Health Check: why do some people feel the cold more than others?

You turn me cold: evidence for temperature contagion

LiveScience: Why Do Most Prices End in .99?

Management Science: Penny Wise, Dollar Foolish: Buy-Sell Imbalances On and Around Round Numbers

Kickass Facts: The First Company To Market Pricing “$.99”

Half as Interesting: Why Literally (Almost) Every Price Ends in 99 Cents

Public Chloice: The politics of digits: evidence of odd taxation

Sexual problems in 18-67-year-old Norwegians

Epidemiology of premature ejaculation

The Premature Ejaculation Prevalence and Attitudes (PEPA) survey: prevalence, comorbidities, and professional help-seeking

National Library of Medicine: New insights on premature ejaculation: a review of definition, classification, prevalence and treatment

ScienceDirect: Canadian and American Sex Therapists' Perceptions of Normal and Abnormal Ejaculatory Latencies: How Long Should Intercourse Last?

Wiley Online Library: EJACULATION DISORDERS: A Multinational Population Survey of Intravaginal Ejaculation Latency Time

Science Norway: How long does sex normally last before climaxing?

The Conversation: How long does sex normally last?

ScienceDirect: The human penis as a semen displacement device

Atlas Obscura: Why Is a ‘Pepper’ Different From ‘Pepper’? Blame Christopher Columbus

Chicago Tribune: Thank Columbus for discovering the sweet

Live Science: Jesus’ Last Supper Menu Revealed in Archaeology Study

Gastronomica: At Supper with Leonardo

Atlas Obscura: Guinea Pig Last Supper

Wiley Online Library: An Examination of the Impact of Minority Status Stress and Impostor Feelings on the Mental Health of Diverse Ethnic Minority College Students

American Psychological Association: Feel like a fraud?

Vice: Why men take so incredibily long on the toilet

Independent: One third of British men say they sometimes hide in their bathrooms to escape family, survey claims

Wiley Online Library: Toilet reading habits in Israeli adults

LiveScience: Why do some men take so long to poop?

The Regency Redingote: Sealing… Wax? 

EuroAstra: Spanyolviasz

JSTOR: The Early History of Human Excreta

Vice: Why Is Shitting Still So Embarrassing?

Neue Zürcher Zeitung: Von der Schissgroub zur modernen Stadtentwässerung

2. fejezet

BBC: Never mind Transylvania, Dracula was Irish

Irish Myths: Dracula’s Irish Origins: Was Bram Stoker’s Vampire Actually Inspired by the Celtic Chieftain Abhartach?

Irish Central: How Bram Stoker created Dracula with the aid of Irish folklore

Bram Stoker's Notes for Dracula

Elizabeth Miller: Getting to know the Un-dead: Bram Stoker, Vampires and Dracula

Raymond T. McNally, Radu Florescu: In Search of Dracula: The History of Dracula and Vampires

Today I Found Out: Did People in Medieval Times Really Not Bathe?

Medievalist: Did people in the Middle Ages take baths?

Magyar Katolikus Lexikon: Főbűnök

Bible.org: What the Bible Says About Hell

Cracked: 5 Things You Won't Believe Aren't In the Bible

Smart History: Rembrandt, The Night Watch

Mental Floss: 16 Things You Might Not Know About Rembrandt’s The Night Watch

Rijskmuseum: Operation Night Watch

Rijskmuseum: Cut it off

Guardian: AI helps return Rembrandt’s The Night Watch to original size

McGill University: Do I tilt my head forwards or backwards during a nosebleed?

Men' Health: You’ve Been Stopping Nosebleeds Wrong Your Entire Life

New York Times: The Claim: Tilt Your Head Back to Treat a Nosebleed

American Academy of Pediatrics: Treating nosebleeds: AAP-endorsed guideline covers best practices

History Extra: Was King Arthur real? Discover the legend of the 'once and future king'

History Extra: Caer Cadarn and Camelot: where was King Arthur's castle?

The Points Guy: The complete history of credit cards, from antiquity to today

David Feldman: Loyalty Mythbusters: Don't Worry About Points Liability

The Atlantic: The Gift-Card Budget

Peter Francis, Jr.: The Beads That Did "Not" Buy Manhattan Island

New Netherland Institute: Peter Schagen Letter

Paul Otto: The Dutch, Munsees, and the Purchase of Manhattan Island

Mental Floss: Was Manhattan Really Bought for $24?

LiveScience: Was Manhattan really sold for $24 worth of beads and trinkets?

Smooth Radio: The Story of... 'No Woman No Cry' by Bob Marley

Songfacts: No Woman No Cry by Bob Marley & the Wailers

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences: Can You Sweat Toxins out of Your Body?

CNET: What happens to your body when you sweat, and other sweat facts

Livestrong.com: Why You Shouldn’t ‘Sweat It Out’ After Drinking

How Stuff Works: Can You Really Sweat Out a Hangover?

Collider: Beyond Mickey Mouse: Ub Iwerks' Many Contributions to the Disney Legacy

Waltdisney.org: Ub Iwerks: Master of Animation and Technology

NPR: Remembering Ub Iwerks, The Father Of Mickey Mouse

3. fejezet

National Geographic: The First-Ever Expedition to Turkmenistan's "Door to Hell"

CTV News: Turkmenistan hopes 'Door to Hell' will boost tourism

Atlas Obscura: The Gates of Hell

BBC Travel: The Darvaza Crater: The USSR's top-secret desert mystery

Amusing Planet: Operation Tracer: The Secret Plan To Bury Soldiers Alive Inside The Rock Of Gibraltar

Gibraltar National Museum: Stay Behind Cave

BBC: Burma's confusing capital move

New York Times: Surrounded by Poverty, a Lifeless Capital Stands Aloof

Guardian: Burma's bizarre capital: a super-sized slice of post-apocalypse suburbia

CNN Travel: Duga radar: Enormous abandoned antenna hidden in forests near Chernobyl

Russia Beyond: ‘Duga’: a giant abandoned air radar near Chernobyl

War History Online: The Russian Woodpecker: The Story Of The Mysterious Duga Radar

Geographical Review: Lake Manly: An Extinct Lake of Death Valley

Spiegel: Das Tal des Todes blüht auf

Atlas Obscura: A Lake in Death Valley, the Hottest and Driest of the U.S. National Parks

National Geographic: Bones of 30,000 Plague Victims Decorate This Church

Sedlec Ossuary

Ян Шванкмайер - "Костница" 

Amusing Planet: Kitsault: The Ghost Town Where Lights Are Still On But No One’s Home


CBC.ca: The story of Canada's most famous ghost town is becoming a musical

Global News: Ghost Town Mysteries: The 30-year slumber of Kitsault, B.C.

Destination Adventure: Abandoned City. The Power Is Still ON. 

Pacific Crest Trail Association: Basic skill: pooping in four steps

Atlas Obscura: This Century-Old Wartime Crater Is Still Visible From Space

The Atlantic: The Fading Battlefields of World War I

Telegraph: Somme 'Iron Harvest' will take 500 years to clear, say bomb disposal experts on centenary of bloody battle

Amusing Planet: Neft Dasları: A City Built On Oil Platforms

Spiegel International: The Rise and Fall of Stalin's Atlantis

La Cité du Pétrole / Oil Rocks – City above the Sea 

New York Times: The End of the Road For 'Devil's Highway'

US Federal Highway Association: U.S. 666: "Beast of a Highway"?

Travel+Leisure: Road Trip Guide: Tackling the Devil's Highway

Atlas Obscura: The Strange Saga of Kowloon Walled City

City of Darkness Revisited

4. fejezet

BBC: Why Singapore banned chewing gum

BBC: Singapore's elder statesman

Guardian: Gum control: how Lee Kuan Yew kept chewing gum off Singapore's streets

NBC News: Singapore loosens 12-year chewing gum ban

Messy Nessy: Hawaii’s Forbidden Island and the Real-Life Swiss Family Robinson who Controls it

Culture Trip: The Story Behind Ni‘ihau: Hawaii’s Forbidden Island

Niihau, the forbidden island


The Sun: Taking photographs of the Eiffel Tower at night is actually ILLEGAL

NDR.de: Als die Luftschiffe in den Krieg eingriffen


Guardian: Wurst luck – how Zeppelins hit German sausage-eaters

Frankfurt.de: "Ein Genuss zum Abheben gut" – Die Zeppelinwurst

New York Times: The Town of Colma, Where San Francisco’s Dead Live

The Bold Italic: Why Are So Many Dead San Franciscans Buried in This Tiny Bay Area Town?

San Francisco Chronicle: Colma cemeteries buried in demand as shortage of land lies ahead

SF Gate: One lively day in the Bay Area's city of the dead

Fox 5: Why Nevada, 4 other states don’t sell lottery tickets

Las Vegas Review-Journal: Knowing Vegas: Why doesn’t Nevada have a state lottery?

California State Library: History of Gambling in the United States

The Constitution of the State of Nevada

Huffington Post: When Owning Gold Was Illegal in America: And Why It Could Be Again

Mises Institute: The Great Gold Robbery of 1933

The Conversation: How the US government seized all citizens’ gold in 1930s

The Week: Did Oliver Cromwell actually cancel Christmas?

BBC Culture: When Christmas carols were banned

History Extra: Did Oliver Cromwell ban Christmas? The Puritan assault on Christmas during the 1640s and 1650s

National Geographic: Called to the Holy Mountain

New York Times: Mount Athos, a Male-Only Holy Retreat, Is Ruffled by Tourists and Russia

BBC Russia: Прихожан РПЦ ограничили в посещении Афона. Российский бизнес мог потратить на него $200 млн

Sithonia Greece: How to Visit Mount Athos

BBC: Why are women banned from Mount Athos?

Daily Beast: The First Dunk in Basketball

Philadelphia Inquirer: When college basketball outlawed the dunk

MEL Magazine: Why did the NCAA ban the slam dunk for nine years?

'Mr. Basketball' George Mikan Was So Good The NBA Had To Change The Rules

Liberation: Interdit de mourir au Lavandou.

L'Obs: Les Lavandourains n'ont plus le droit de mourir

Ouest France: Ces arrêtés municipaux qui interdisent la pluie, les maladies ou les ovnis

La Depeche: Béarn. Il est interdit de mourir à Sarpourenx

Sud Ouest: Béarn : il n’est plus interdit de mourir à Sarpourenx

5. fejezet

Bloomberg: The Gambler who Beat Roulette

Guardian: The sting: did gang really use a laser, phone and a computer to take the Ritz for £1.3m?

Independent: Three held over £1.3m Ritz casino 'fraud'

Roulette Wheel Testing Report on Stages 3.2 and 3.3 of NWML/GBGB Project Proposal

Washington Post: Presidium takes back Brezhnev's medal

Russia Beyond: The Order of Victory, the world’s most expensive military decoration

Princeton University Press: Outsourcing Empire: How Company-States Made the Modern World

Crash Course: Capitalism and the Dutch East India Company: Crash Course World History 229

Smithsonian Magazine: When Henry VIII and Francis I Spent $19 Million on an 18-Day Party

Múlt-kor: Amikor a francia király a nép szeme láttára vágta földhöz VIII. Henriket

Guardian: Treasure hunter marks five years in jail for refusing to give up his gold

Forbes: Ship of Fools

UPI: Witness: Fugitive treasure hunter had stash of $100 bills

Narratively: The Curse of the Ship of Gold

SF Gate: Gold Rush brick sells for $8 million / 80-pound ingot bought by executive

Wired: The Curse of the Bahia Emerald

Bloomberg: The Long, Strange Saga of the 180,000-Carat Emerald

NBC News: What price vanity? $14 million for license plate

GQ India: This Indian-origin businessman in Dubai spent over ₹60 crore on a number plate for his Rolls Royce

The Holtermann Collection

Syndey Morning Herald: 140-year-old images of Sydney Harbour win place in UNESCO's Memory of the World registry

Daily Mail: Extraordinary story behind the discovery of the world's biggest-ever nugget on the Australian goldfields - and how it changed a man's life before he lost it all

Prairie Aerial: 1500' TV Tower

USA Today: Sky-high light bulb change passes 1 million views

Greedhead: How much do tower light changers make

The Conversation: Why are dollar bills green?

Forbes: The Fun History Behind Why Money Is Green

6. fejezet

Military Times: Dutch F-16 makes emergency landing after plane shoots itself

Amusing Planet: The Fighter Plane That Shot Itself Down

Data Genetics: The jet plane that shot itself down

Popular Mechanics: How B-52 Bombers Will Fly Until the 2050s

New York Times: After 60 Years, B-52s Still Dominate U.S. Fleet

Wired: How on God's Green Earth Is the B-52 Still in Service?

Air and Space Forces Magazine: Bombers in 2050

Vesna Vulovic: how to survive a bombing at 33000 feet

New York Times: Serbia’s Most Famous Survivor Fears That Recent History Will Repeat Itself

New York Times: Vesna Vulovic, Flight Attendant Who Survived Jetliner Blast, Dies at 66

A szovjet repülőtér titkai

Gregory Karambelas: The F-15 ASAT story

Smithsonian Magazine: The First Space Ace

Air Force Flight Test Center: The Death of a Satellite

Forbes: The Origin Of Witches Riding Broomsticks: Drugs From Nature, Plus Shakespeare

History.com: Why Do Witches Ride Brooms? The History Behind the Legend

Hyperallergic: The First Known Depiction of a Witch on a Broomstick

Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association: 150,000 Miles without Landing in a Cessna 172

CNN: The world’s longest flight spent more than two months in the air

Jalopnik: How A Slot Machine Mechanic Flew 150,000 Miles Over 64 Days Without Landing

Reason: The $1.7 Trillion F-35 Fighter Jet Program Is About To Get More Expensive

Defense Visual Information Distribution Service: An inside look at F-35 pilot helmet fittings

Task and Purpose: An F-35 pilot’s helmet costs more than a Ferrari and takes two days to get fitted

Kathrick Nambi: An Aircraft Made Of Rubber: The Goodyear Inflatoplane

Historic Wings: The Inflatable Plane

Aerotoons: Goodyear Inflatoplane

Elfnet.hu: MÁVAG Héjja „Hajj, azok a régi szép idők”

Elfnet.hu: Etrich Taube „Repülő tökmag”

Elfnet.hu: Aviatik D.I „Osztrák-magyar veszedelem”

Idflieg.com: Aviatik Berg D.I exhibited at the Vienna Technical Museum

BBC: Libya 1911: How an Italian pilot began the air war era

Magyarország a XX. században / Repülőgépek

Flight Global Archives

7. fejezet

SBS Food: Why Hitler wasn't a vegetarian and the Aryan vegan diet isn't what it seems

Telegraph: Hitler's food taster speaks of Führer's vegetarian diet

Vice: Why So Many White Supremacists Are into Veganism

Military History Now: Otto Rahn – Meet the Nazi ‘Indiana Jones’ Behind the Third Reich’s Hunt for the Holy Grail

Independent: Revealed: Himmler's secret quest to locate the 'Aryan Holy Grail'

Telegraph: The original Indiana Jones: Otto Rahn and the temple of doom

Atlas Obscura: The Forgotten Nazi History of ‘One-Pot Meals’

Daniela Rüther – Hitler's „Eintopfsonntag”

Britannica: Why Was Nazi Germany Called the Third Reich?

Magyar Tudomány 1999. július: A "Harmadik Birodalom" eszméje a német filozófai és politikai gondolkodásban

History.com: Hitler Sent a Secret Expedition to Antarctica in a Hunt for Margarine Fat

Atlas Obscura: Hitler’s Secret Antarctic Expedition for Whales

Atlas Obscura: Margarine Once Contained a Whole Lot More Whale

Today I Found Out: Who Gets The Royalties For Hitler's Book?

BBC: Hitler dodged taxes, expert finds

Insider: Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler made an absurd amount of money off of ‘Mein Kampf'

Warfare History Network: Engineering Excellence, Political Dysfunction: Mercedes-Benz in WWII

Mercedes-Benz Group: Daimler-Benz in the Nazi Era 1933 - 1945.

War History Online: The Mystery of Lake Toplitz: Reputed to be The Dump For Nazi Gold, Platinum Bullion & Jewelry

Guardian: Last dive for Lake Toplitz's Nazi gold

Smithsonian Magazine: The Nazis Planned to Bomb Britain With Forged Bank Notes

ABC News: Nazi Gold Legend Refuses to Die

History Today: Fashion and the Third Reich

Alpha History: Hitler on the Role of Women (1934)

Hitler’s Speech to the National Socialist Women’s League (September 8, 1934)

CNN Style: Empowering, alluring, degenerate? The evolution of red lipstick

Ilise S. Carter: The Red Menace: How Lipstick Changed the Face of American History

8. fejezet

Forbes: Beware Of The Concorde Fallacy

ScienceDirect: Toward a positive theory of consumer choice

American Psychological Association: The sunk cost and Concorde effects: Are humans less rational than lower animals?

BBC Culture: Is Jodorowsky’s Dune the greatest film never made?

New York Times: This Film Does Not Exist

Apple TV: Jodorowsky's Dune

Vice: The Haunting Photography of a Serial Killer

Youtube: Serial Killer Rodney James Alcala on the Dating Game

Oxygen True Crime: 'Dating Game Killer' Rodney Alcala May Have Strangled And Murdered Around 100 Women

Alan R. Warren: The Killing Game: The True Story of Rodney Alcala, the Game Show Serial Killer

Crime Junkie podcast: Serial Killer Rodney Alcala

New Yorker: Desert Bus, The Very Worst Video Game Ever Created

Desert Bus for Hope

Vulture: Freddy Lives: An Oral History of A Nightmare on Elm Street

PBS: The Split Horn

History.com: How a Terrifying Wave of Unexplained Deaths Led to ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’

Professor Shelley R Adler: Sleep Paralysis: Night-mares, Nocebos, and the Mind-Body Connection (Studies in Medical Anthropology)

Sudden death in sleep of Laotian-Hmong refugees in Thailand: a case-control study

Oxygen True Crime: Who's The Lawyer Who Took On 'The Jenny Jones Show' After Guest Was Killed Over Secret Crush Reveal?

Youtube: Jenny Jones - The Murderous Crush Show

BBC: Ghostwatch: The BBC spoof that duped a nation


British Medical Journal: Post-traumatic stress disorder in children after television programmes

Bleeding Cool: Ghostwatch: The BBC 1992 TV Play That Terrified the Nation

Neil Jackson, Shaun Kimber, Johnny Walker, Thomas Joseph Watson: Snuff: Real Death and Screen Media

New York Times: Morgenthau Finds Film Dismembering Was Indeed a Hoax

New York Times: Snuff is Pure Poison

Fangoria: Snuff: The Biggest Myth In Film

New Scientist: When it comes to traumatic flashbacks, Tetris blocks

CNN: Playing Tetris can reduce onset of PTSD after trauma, study shows

NPR: How Playing Tetris Tames The Trauma Of A Car Crash

Game Transfer Phenomena: Embracing pseudo-hallucinatory phenomena induced by playing video games

BBC: How playing video games can help trauma victims

9. fejezet

LiveScience: Giraffe sex is even weirder than we thought, and it involves pee

Flehmen, Osteophagia, and Other Behaviors of Giraffes (Giraffa giraffa angolensis): Vomeronasal Organ Adaptation

Today I Found Out: Before Mating, The Female Giraffe Will First Uninate In The Male's Mouth

All That's Interesting: Meet Frank Lentini, The Sideshow Performer With Three Legs, 16 Fingers, And Two Penises

Kárpáti Igaz Szó, 2012. július

Amerikai Magyar Népszava, 1927. szeptember

Ranker: Facts And Stories About Frank Lentini, The 'Three-Legged Man'

University of Sheffield: History of Freak Shows

Ars Technica: Man who tried to build a homemade nuclear reactor didn’t die of radiation poisoning

Ars Technica: This fall, the “Radioactive Boy Scout” died at age 39

Harper's Magazine: The Radioactive Boy Scout

All That's Interesting: David Hahn, The ‘Radioactive Boy Scout’ Who Tried To Build A Nuclear Reactor In His Backyard

The Marginalian: How Hans Christian Andersen Turned His Heartbreak into One of the Most Beloved Fairy Tales of All Time

Knowledgenuts: Hans Christian Andersen Was A Bit Of A Pervert

Independent: A Tale of Two Writers

History Collection: 12 Historically Important Perverts and How They Changed the World

Newsweek: We May Have Evolved to Have Sex in Private to Stop Others Stealing Our Mate, Study Says

Royal Society Publishing: Why do human and non-human species conceal mating? The cooperation maintenance hypothesis

NPR: The Forgotten History Of Fat Men's Clubs

Hushed Up History: Girth and Mirth: The Rise of the Fat Men’s Club

Atlas Obscura: The Fat Men’s Clubs That Revelled in Exces

Sun Journal: When fat men’s clubs were big

New England Historical Society: The New England Fat Men's Club

New York Times: Too Much for Flushing

Guardian: The dolphin who loved me: the Nasa-funded project that went wrong

All That's Interesting: Margaret Howe Lovatt And Her Sexual Encounters With A Dolphin

BBC4: Dealing with a dolphin's 'urges' - The Girl Who Talked to Dolphins

BBC4: Margaret's Big Idea - The Girl Who Talked to Dolphins

BBC: Finland's hot competition

Outside: Hotties

ESPN: "Sports from Hell': Hot Boxed

BBC: Finalist dies at World Sauna event in Finland

CBC: Red Bull settles false advertising lawsuit for $13M


Vinayak Chaudhary: How is Red Bull literally printing money?

BBC: So Red Bull doesn't actually 'give you wings'

The Atlantic: Red Bull Is Just Soda

How Stuff Works: The Strange Story of 'Killdozer' and the Man Behind It

The Denver Channel: Crews Begin Dismantling Granby Bulldozer

Colorado Central Magazine: Looking at the dark side of paradise

The Denver Channel: Granby Rampage Damage Expected To Exceed $4 Million

The Durango Telegraph: Dozer rampage roots run deep

10. fejezet

Motorsport Magazine: David Purley: The fighter

Motorsport Magazine: David Purley, GM: 'As large a character as motor racing has known'

Youtube: David Purley 1979 Interview

Insider: Before face masks, Americans went to war against seat belts

History.com: When New Seat Belt Laws Drew Fire as a Violation of Personal Freedom

BBC: Why people object to laws that save lives

Today: The fight over face masks is a lot like the pushback seat belts faced in the '80s

Washington Post: How mask fights echo seat belt fights: ‘The right to be splattered all over their windshields’

Mental Floss: When a Radio Host Led an Uprising Against Massachusetts’s Seat Belt Law

Chicago Tribune: Seat Belt Law An Assault On Freedom

Los Angeles Times: Big Lobbies Clash in Fight on Seat Belts : Hearings Open Today as California Joins Auto Safety Debate

AutoJosh: Reasons Why US Destroys Decommissioned $1.5m Armoured “Beast” Limousine

Alapjárat: Minden, amit az amerikai elnök golyóálló limuzinjáról tudni érdemes

Guinness World Records: Longest Car

Auto Evolution: World’s Longest Car, the American Dream Limo, Is ‘80s Extravaganza at Its Best

The Drive: Meet Hollywood’s Biggest Car Guy

Motor1.com: Exclusive: Longest Car In The World Moved To Florida For Restoration

Auto Evolution: The Strict Rules of Ferrari Ownership: You Don’t Choose, Ferrari Chooses You

Road and Track: The Ferrari F12tdf Is a 770 Horsepower Throwback to the Supercar Glory Days

Wired: How to Earn the Right to Buy Ferrari's Most Exclusive Hypercar

Jalopnik: That 'Ferrari XX Owners Can't Bring Their Cars Home' Rule Is Fake So Stop Repeating It

La Paz Life: Bolivia’s Death Road: Would You Risk it?

El Confidencial: Así es la carretera más peligrosa del mundo: estrecha, sin guardarraíl y a 3.600 metros

Atlas Obscura: North Yungas Road

Locos por los autos: LOS YUNGAS: "La carretera más peligrosa del mundo" 

Forbes: The Worst Traffic Jams In History

Christian Science Monitor: China traffic jam enters Day 11. A tale of deceit and criminality?

The Hindu: China's 10-day traffic jam, longest ever

Verge: The Secret Six

Gizmodo Australia: The Sultan Of Brunei’s Rotting Supercar Collection

Hotcars: What Most People Don't Know About The Sultan Of Brunei's Car Collection

Donut: The $5 BILLION Car Collection Rotting In The Jungle | Up to Speed

The Drive: An F1 Team Lost a $250,000 Diamond at the Monaco GP, and It’s Still Missing Today

F1 On The Edge: Monaco's Lost Diamond