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The World’s Smallest Snowman

Today we will present something unique, namely the smallest snowman in the world. If you are already confused or have already had a “the smallest what?” reaction, then read on to find out more. Todd Simpson of Western University in Canada is responsible for creating the smallest snowman in human history. The Snowman was built … Read more

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Who invented the selfie?

The selfie became well-known all over the world and was declared by Oxford Dictionaries as a word in 2013. Over time, mankind came to love this concept so much to the point of obsession, managing to worry some psychologists and researchers who would consider classifying the behavior of taking too many selfies as a psychological … Read more

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Marie Curie’s Lab Notebooks Radioactive For Another 11,000 Years

Updated March 31, 2022. Marie Curie was an absolutely impressive woman and a scientist who opened new horizons in the field of chemistry, physics as well as in biology, and medicine. She is famously known for inventing the term ‘radioactivity’ after discovering the two elements called polonium (Po) and radium (Ra). Furthermore, Marie Curie was … Read more

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The Land That No One Owns

Located along the border between Egypt and Sudan, Bir Tawil is the most famous unclaimed land (terra nullius status) in the world. Described in 2014 by the author Alastair Bonnet as the only place on Earth that was habitable but was not claimed by any recognized government, it has a total area of 800 sq … Read more

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How Was New York Originally Called ?

The first European explorer in the history of New York City was the Italian Giovanni da Verrazzano in 1524, but the formation of the first European settlement, called New Amsterdam, began in 1608 when Dutch colonials started purchasing the Manhattan Island that served as a trading post. When did New Amsterdam become New York? In … Read more