12 February

Featured in Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Totaling more than 13,000 miles in length, the Great Wall of China continues to astound and awe visitors with its ancient defensive architecture. Boasting a 2,300-year-old history, the wall was built to prevent invasion from the Mongols and protect the Silk Road Trade. Thousands died during its construction; […]

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12 February

What If Cats Could Text? Have you ever wondered how your conversations would go if your cat grew opposite thumbs and learned to send texts? Well, wonder no more… CamTrader brings you funny articles and posts from around the web to lighten your day. Go to the Source of this funny post if you would […]

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12 February

Canadian Protest Signs These protest signs are so nice and polite that they just must be made by Canadians! CamTrader brings you funny articles and posts from around the web to lighten your day. Go to the Source of this funny post if you would like to see more. CLICK HERE Author: liver: https://www.eatliver.com/feed/

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11 February

The sci-fi worlds of Jules Verne, Hugo Gernsback, and H.G. Wells were initially inspired by the Industrial Revolution in the late 19th century, while their books sparked the imagination of future generations. Fans of these authors are usually prone to develop peculiar interests in science, technology, and invention. For example, in 2006, a team of […]

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11 February

As time goes on, more contributions by women in the field of science are slowly becoming public knowledge. One such under appreciated woman is Joan Curran. Born and raised in Wales, Curran (née Strothers) began her higher education at the University of Cambridge’s Newnham College, after which she went on to continue her studies in […]

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11 February

In Queensland, Australia there is an old castle built by a Spanish immigrant that, for a while, had one problem after another. But even though it was abandoned for several years, it has now become one of the most popular tourist sites in Queensland. When young José Paronella, a native of Catalonia, Spain, struck out […]

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11 February

St. Valentine’s Day is a modern celebration of love and commercialism, in which couples exchange gifts and cards to demonstrate just how much they care for one another. Red roses, chocolates and stuffed toys bearing soppy messages fill our stores and brighten up the late winter gloom, as the 14th of February approaches. Young people […]

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11 February

20 Churches That Surprised Everyone With a Great Sense of Humor Some people think that churches are boring and pastors don’t have a good sense of humor. Scroll down to see why these people are wrong. CamTrader brings you funny articles and posts from around the web to lighten your day. Go to the Source […]

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11 February

If Valentine’s Day Cards Told The Truth… What if Valentine’s Day cards told the truth? Have you ever wondered how would they look like? Well, wonder no more. Someecards have answered this exact question. Scroll down to see them all and don’t forget to add your version comments. CamTrader brings you funny articles and posts from around […]

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10 February

In 2008 the U.S. state department released documents detailing a conversation between Mao Zedong and the U.S. National Security Adviser Henry Kissinger dating back to 1973. That document shed light both on the relationship of two countries and the attitude Chairman Mao had towards  many Chinese women. The conversation was held in February at a […]

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