30 perplexed people who found the answer to their question on the Internet
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Our big world is full of amazing discoveries, and, of course, it is impossible to know the answers to all questions. Fortunately, they can be found on the Internet…
One of the Reddit communities called " What is it?" helps in finding answers. Some users post photos of strange unidentified objects in it, and others help to figure out what it is after all.
From unusual demonic creatures to strange doors in the toilet, from incomprehensible retro objects to a hole in the sky — in this collection you will find a lot of interesting answers to questions that may amaze you.
What kind of green alien shnyaga grew up on a Band-Aid?
As a former head of a pharmaceutical laboratory, I believe that these are acrylates on the adhesive side of the patch, which have absorbed a large amount of moisture over the past five years. Or there was a sharp change in the storage temperature or the humidity level was too low. Perhaps this green is the result of the reaction of one of the components in the paint of the patch, which at a certain pH becomes green. This also explains the uniformity of color and crystallization. But since medical products such as patches do not provide a list of the ingredients that make up their composition, I can't say for sure which component it is. If the patch is stored in a dry place without temperature changes, then its storage period is not limited. But manufacturers do not imply that their products will be stored for a long time in conditions of changing temperature and humidity. Usually, the retention of medical patches is about two years, during which they will be purchased at a pharmacy.
The second option: it's just a powder.
An old Samsung computer keyboard. What is this button with a cup of coffee?
It starts the screen saver.
An old man I met in Germany sent me these little coats of arms. He wrote that I should visit all these places in my life. What are these things designed for?
He sent you the medallions from his cane.
What kind of demonic creature?
Male moth or bear butterfly Creatonotos Gangis.
What's it? I found this thing near the toaster. Don't tell me it's from some cockroach!
Damn, man, it looks a lot like a rattle from the tail of a rattlesnake.
They found strange eggs on a tree. What could it be?
I bet that a bird of prey caught a pregnant snake, started eating it and, without finishing lunch, grabbed the prey and flew. The eggs fell out of the snake during the flight. No kidding!
I keep a carnivorous plant in this jar. This stuff appeared on the wall. Help!
This is definitely a mushroom, a slime web. I envy you right now! If you take a piece and put it in another jar, you will have a new pet. They feed on oats.
Why are there black dots on the bus window?
Black dots located around the perimeter of car windows are called "frit". They are made of ceramic paint baked in the chamber.
They perform several functions at once. First, they protect the sealant that holds the glass in place from ultraviolet rays. Polyurethane glue, which prevents water from entering the interior and generally holds the glass in place, is afraid of sunlight and loses its properties with prolonged exposure to them.
Secondly, if there were no frit, the layer of sealant used to glue the glass would be visible. So they also carry an aesthetic burden.
What the hell did I find on the car?
This is a prickly oak slug caterpillar covered with eggs of a parasitic insect-braconidae.
What is this thing going down the road?
This is a robot courier from Starship Technologies for food delivery.
Israel. We were walking with the children and found a huge stone slab. Any idea what it could be?
A cool find. The most part that is closer to us is the floor mosaic. A square stone with a hole is the base of the column. The building dates back to about 100 BC-VII century AD.
A colleague found this hive on the balcony. She is sure that this is a bee's nest. But it seems to me that these are other insects. Am I right?
These are dwarf honey bees, native beehive bees of Asia.
I found this on the door of my car. What the hell?
In magic, a pine branch means rebirth, immortality, overcoming difficulties through optimism and inner strength. Pine needles are burned to strengthen health. Maybe someone likes you?
I've been collecting knives for 25 years, but I don't understand why sticks are attached to this.
During the reign of the Chinese Emperor Qianlong (1736-1796), the carrying of such knives was mandatory for all Manchus and Mongols. Included with this knife were two sticks. The set was intended for eating meat, which was eaten without biting off, but cutting off with a knife.
Help! What's it?
A predatory cone snail laid eggs. In this mass there are hundreds of snail eggs.
I found this thing on a beach in New Zealand. There are a whole lot of them there at high tide!
It is part of the siphonophora, a free-swimming marine animal. The air bubble serves as her sail. Don't touch them! They can seriously sting, like jellyfish.
I found a bottle of oxycodone in the forest with some electronic circuits inside. What the?..
It looks like a bait that is used to track "pharmacy thieves". Oxycodone is an opioid painkiller, a narcotic analgesic.
I brought home some strange beans. They began to open up. This scares me even more.
It's simple — these are magnolia seed cones.
What is this strange square patch of metal in the stone?
This is pyrite. During the gold rush, because of its external similarity to gold, it was called "fool's gold". It forms such cubic crystals.
What is a super-mini-flask? The "needle" is screwed into it.
This is a perfume pendant. It is usually worn around the neck.
A find in the house of deceased relatives. What could it be?
The Nixie tube CD47 gas discharge indicator is an ion device for displaying information. The largest of all indicators, very rare and valuable. On eBay, this one costs about $ 1,500.
What are these white signs on the hats?
These ladies wear the Crown of the Five Sacred Wounds, which was worn by the nuns of the Birgitta Order (a Catholic monastic order founded by St. Brigitte of Sweden in the XIV century).
Why do we need such doors?
The architect answers. The bottom line is that with the help of an unusual shape of the doors, architects / designers prevent the contamination of toilets. In some rooms, according to the rules, there must be restrooms. But it takes time and money to clean them. The main purpose of such doors is to limit privacy. Few people will agree to use the bathroom so "openly". Fewer people — less pollution.
Does anyone know who this baby is? When I found him, he was very cold and was on the verge of death.
This is a spotted-blue ambystoma.
I saw it last night in the sky over Wisconsin, USA. What is this phenomenon?
This is a greenhouse that uses purple LED lights. When it's cloudy at night, they coolly illuminate the sky. If the lights are yellow, the glow is even greater.
A friend of mine discovered this strange stone on the east coast of England. What is it?
It looks like the fossilized remains of a cluster of tube worms.
Here's what I found on the apple. I am located in East Germany. What could it be?
It's simple: golden-eyed eggs.
What could be the reason for such a strange shape of clouds?
This atmospheric phenomenon is called a "hole-shaped band of precipitation". It is formed in the region of cirrus-cumulus clouds in the case when the liquid is in a supercooled form. It can be caused, for example, by an airplane flying through the clouds.
What the hell did I catch?
This is a sea lily (Crinoidea). A relative of starfish and sea urchins.
What is this thing? I saw it in a second-hand store.
Most likely, this is a cigarette dispenser.