Each Wednesday, I post some of my favorite can't-miss links, images, and otherwise mindblowing goodies from across the web.
Inside a dry lakebed in Death Valley National Park a set of rocks seem to move themselves "across the flat dirt in the heart of the hottest, driest place on earth." Many of the rocks are over 600 pounds, but leave trails as if they've snaked themselves across the dry lake bed.
The theories "have included sporadic hurricane-force winds when the surface is covered with rain water, or rocks carried across the mud by small rafts of ice, or UFOs." Turns out, like most things geology, it comes down to water and time.
I love this kind of stuff. Read the full explanation at The LA Times: Mystery of how rocks move across Death Valley lake bed solved
Well, that's one way to fix a regrettable tattoo...
Yes, i will be making some of this this weekend. Nam Phrig Noom - Thai Pounded Roasted Chili Dip
A modern tree house built around an amazing oak tree.
A cool DIY wooden ring project, built from a fall tree branch
Why slurping is the best way to eat your ramen: