In a rundown warehouse in Belgrade, Serbia sits an opulent custom-designed train that belonged to none other than Josip Broz Tito, late dictator of the former country of Yugoslavia. During his reign, Tito used the train to shuttle his family and entourage to the Brijuni Islands and to host actresses and state leaders, including Queen Elizabeth II. Fittingly, the train also carried Tito — in his coffin — to his final resting place after he died in 1980. Stunning photos included.
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If you’re visiting a farm, keep an eye out for an ominous-looking bronze fog. Nitrogen tetroxide, a red-orange gas, is made by certain bacteria during fermentation when oxygen is lacking in the crop. The lack of oxygen causes the bacteria to use the nitrate within the crops, which then produces nitrogen tetroxide. Inhalation of the gas is known to cause permanent lung damage or kill people and livestock. To prevent this, farmers have started performing nitrate tests after four weeks of fermentation. Read full article here