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n 1911, Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen reached the South Pole, followed by Scott who died on the return journey. Shackleton searched in his mind for some other daring goal. He finally settled on crossing of the Antarctic continent from coast to coast via the South Pole, a distance of about 1800 miles.
Earlier this year, the Institute for Economics and Peace released its GPI – Global Peace Index. Tiny spoiler alert: the United States ranked 94th.
Showcased are some of the most amazing designs that mimic nature closely: man-made, but defined by their allegiance to nature.
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Not many people know it, but just like you have a hand dominance, you also have an eye dominance. Here’s how you can figure it out.
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One day in 1885, the twenty-three-year old apprentice machinist Henry Ford came into contact for the first time in his life with the gas-powered internal combustion engine. It was love at first sight. Instantly, a wave of excitement overcame him for he envisioned even at that tender age and during those uncertain times that horseless carriages will forever revolutionize transportation. This was to be his life’s work.
The black and white cat was named Oscar and then became known as Unsinkable Sam started his “career” in the fleet of the Nazi regime, the Kriegsmarine, and ended it in the Royal Navy. He was onboard Bismarck, the HMS Cossack and the HMS Ark Royal, but here comes the cool part: the other thing that all those ships have in
What is this sorcery? Why, magnets of course, and two Norwegian students have found a way to make magnetism more entertaining than ever.