Mysterious Face on Antarctica?
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If you plug the following longitude and latitude coordinates into Google Maps (72°00'36.0"S 168°34'40.0"E), you are taken to a satellite image of Antarctica that appears to show an enormous face...
Do the Risks of Fluoride Outweigh the Benefits?
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Water fluoridation has been hailed as one of the greatest achievements of the 20th century. Much of the scientific and medical community have lauded its ability to reduce tooth decay. Today, 95%...
Solving Extremely Complex Problems with Quantum Computing
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Quantum computing technologies are poised to fundamentally change the way humans use comptuers to solve extremely complex problems. Today, quantum computing has been attracting large companies and...
Julius and Ethel Rosenberg
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For the first time in its 177-year history, a United States Civil Court had decreed and followed through on the execution of two Americans on the charges of espionage. On June 19, 1953, Julius and...
Napoleon's Defeat at Waterloo
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In 1813, Prussia and Austria joined with Russia in the War of the Sixth Coalition against France. After a lengthy military campaign, Napoleon was defeated at the Battle of Leipzig in October 1813...
Humans Need Not Apply
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The world is about to change in a major way over the next few years as incredibly powerful technology becomes more readily available to average people. Many jobs that existed one hundred years ago...
Oldest-Known Koran May Predate Muhammad
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It's widely believed that the Islamic Prophet Muhammad received the revelations later contained in the Koran in 610 A.D. until his death 632 A.D. Recently, however, fragments of the oldest-known...
Did Aliens Prevent Nuclear War?
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Former NASA astronaut, Edgar Mitchell, the sixth man to walk on the moon, has made a startling claim that peace-loving extraterrestrials prevented nuclear war between the United States and the...
Abolition of the "Index Librorum Prohibitorum"
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On June 14, 1966, the Second Vatican Council announced the abolition of the Index Librorum Prohibitorum (or List of Forbidden Books), which was originally established in 1557. The Index included a...