Month: April 2018

When someone says “Bermuda,” what comes to mind? Lost World War II-era pilots? UFOs? Gateways to other dimensions? Mysterious disappearances? What about a great place to visit? Not everyone picks the latter. Bermuda is more than just a certain eponymous triangle. The archipelago has an interesting history, rich culture, and many beautiful sights. Here are
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Some individuals have been granting their bodies immortality for millennia. Although these people are not alive, certain preservation techniques allow autopsies to be performed as if the deceased had died recently—even though the person has been dead for thousands of years! The process of preserving the flesh has been seen in ancient cultures since before
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After finding itself on death’s door in the mid-1990s, Apple Inc. has had one of the greatest second acts in business history. The iMac, iPod, iPhone, and iPad product lines rocketed Apple back to the top of the tech industry. Despite accusations of lacking innovation and coasting on Steve Jobs’s legacy following his death in
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Firefighters don’t get recognition for sitting around and picking their noses. They get it for being seriously badass. They run into burning buildings, save children from high-rises, rappel down roofs like ninjas, and perform a host of other acts of courage across a variety of dynamic scenarios. In this list, we’ll cover real-life firefighters who
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Genetic disorders are passed down from generation to generation. Sometimes, only one parent passes down the faulty gene, which creates carriers of a genetic disease. Some carriers of certain genetic disorders have been proven to be more resistant to certain viral or infectious diseases. Although many genetic disorders can be very harmful, there can be
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With those big eyes and fluffy tails, it’s easy to forget that squirrels are part of the rodent family. Some people even wish they could have them as pets. However, squirrels have a secret. They can actually be pretty aggressive and dangerous under the right circumstances. They’re all around us—up in the trees, scurrying past
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