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The Weirdest And Most Bizarre Cars Ever Made

Updated April 2, 2022. Car designers and manufacturers have not had an easy job throughout history. Indeed, many of the cars were considered true successes but there were also creations that were categorized as unusual. Weird or not, these bizarre cars helped to develop this domain by introducing something unique each time, be it a … Keep reading

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Top 25 World’s Largest Cities By Population – 2022

When it comes to the world’s largest cities, the general idea is that the biggest cities by surface automatically include the largest population, but some of you may be surprised to find out that things are a little bit more complicated than that. Today we’re going to present a top 25 regarding the world’s largest … Keep reading

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The Fascinating Underwater Orda Cave In Russia

Caves hold a certain mystery that make people want to enter and explore them. What’s even more exciting than a regular cave is one that is flooded with water, because everything becomes ten times more fascinating when it happens underwater. Imagine the same spectacular rock formations that you are used to seeing in a cave, … Keep reading

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The First “Photoshopped” Photo In History

You’d think the era of retouched pictures started in 1988 when Adobe bought a license to launch a new software called Photoshop. But this is not the case. The retouched pictures existed long before 1988 and some of them were even used to rewrite the histories of a country. Soviet leader Josef Stalin is one … Keep reading

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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 … Keep reading

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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 … Keep reading

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Top 16 World’s Rarest Flowers

When we are talking about a top 10 of the world’s rarest flowers we’re obviously facing a difficult task, since scientists estimate that there are over 270,000 species of flowers on our big, blue marble. Nonetheless, we definitely think that you’ll enjoy reading about these delicate and beautiful plants, especially since most of them were … Keep reading

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Who Owned The Most Slaves In US History?

Born in 1800, Colonel Joshua John Ward also known as “King of the rice” was a successful businessman and the 44th Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina, but he remained known in history as the largest slaveholder in the United States before his death in 1853. How many slaves did Joshua John Ward have? In 1850, … Keep reading