12 February

When was the last time you’ve heard someone mention that they were too busy to do something? It wasn’t long ago when I’d wake only with enough time to get […]

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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. […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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, […]

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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 […]

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10 February

When the Nazis invaded Czechoslovakia, they were impressed with the first serially produced and aerodynamically designed automobile in Eastern Europe, the Tatra 77a. Czech engineer Hans Ledwinka and Zeppelin aerodynamics […]

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10 February

The Rubik’s Cube celebrates its 45th birthday this year,  and is still popular today. An estimated 350 million of this smart toy have been sold, earning it a position as […]

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10 February

World class art is typically associated with the super rich. But every so often a story breaks that places valuable pieces in the hands of lesser mortals, sometimes without them […]

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