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Aleksandar Mishkov

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Going through the Longest Tunnel in the World

With a length of 53.8km, Seikan connects the islands Honshu and Hokkaido

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Lascaux Caves Facts and Mysteries

One of the best aspects of the caves are the fabulous colors. The colors are taken directly from the Earth itself. Those are the red and yellow ochre, found in the soil of much of the region

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Jeanne Lanvin – Founder of the Oldest French Fashion House

Her calling card was her robe de style dress. This gown hung straight and narrow on the torso, but then ballooned out widely at the hips

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The Kinsey Scale – What is it, and How to Use it?

It is one of the oldest and most-widely used scales to describe sexual orientation. While it is outdated, the scale was groundbreaking at the time

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Who Was Jeannette Rankin? First Woman in the US Federal Office

Jeannette championed a multitude of diverse women’s rights and civil rights through a career spanning more than six decades

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Where is the Internet of Things Headed in 2020?

IoT is changing the landscape of devices in the global industry and consumers. In the past few years, everything is about smart technology. We have just scratched the surface of the technology. More a...

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The Battle of Berlin, What You Didn’t Know about the Fall of Nazi Germany

What if Germany won the battle? Well, even a German victory would not have changed anything at the time. At that point, Germany was way behind in terms of power in the war. Joseph Stalin, the Soviet c...

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Antoni Gaudi Secret Gems – The Lesser Known Buildings You Have to See

Gaudi's work can be classified in three different styles in periods, including orientalist, neo-gothic, and naturalist

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Santa Cruz del Islote – Most Densely Populated Island in the World

According to legends, the island was uninhabited some 150 years ago. The size was less than a hectare of land. It floated in the middle of the Caribbean Sea

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The Scoville Scale Explained

The scale got its name thanks to its founding father, Wilbur Scoville. He was a pharmacist by trade, working for Parke-Davis Pharmaceutical Company. Wilbur created a simple way to measure the pungency...

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The Rockefeller Family Wealth – From Poverty to Billionaires

They are now in the seventh generation with as many as 170 heirs. And the family has managed to sustain their wealth. In 2016, they had more than 10 billion. There are more than 250 members of the fam...

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Escondida Copper Mine – World’s Largest Copper Mine

Escondida produces more than 1 million tons of copper per year, which is about 5% of the global production. That is even more than the entire copper produced in Zambia, a country well known of its cop...

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Lalibela – The Miraculous Underground Churches in Ethiopia

The historical name of the complex is Roha. This religious and pilgrimage center in the north-central Ethiopia is the capital of the Zagwe dynasty. It was renamed for the most distinguished monarch, L...

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Dubrovnik – The Croatian City with the First Quarantine in Europe

Some 700 years ago, officials in Dubrovnik and rest of Europe fought against a devastating outbreak of bubonic plaque. The disease started in medieval Italy. While physicians and health officials had ...

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Jesse Livermore – The Pioneer of Stock Trading

At the peak of his fortune, Jesse had a net worth of $100 million. That was back in 1929. In today’s money, that would be between $10 and $15 billion

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Bamboo – The Tree of The Future

Bamboo belongs in the Bambusoideae subfamily of the perennial evergreen grass family Poaceae. The German botanist Charles Kunth was the first one to publish the taxonomic findings in 1815

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Space Based Solar Power – How Soon is the Future?

This idea has been around since the early 1970s. But the early ideas were not economically viable. The present day launch infrastructure is much more advanced

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Predictive Medicine in 2020 – Where are We Headed?

Predictive medicine is a field of medicine that tries to predict the probability of a disease and institute preventive measures in order to prevent the disease

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7 Migrants that Changed the World

At the peak of the European migrant crisis in 2015, more than 1 million Syrians requested asylum in Europe

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The Fascinating World of Italian Wine

Some of the best wines in Italy are Prosecco, Chianti, and Montepulciano d’Abruzzo. Whether you want to try wine tasting, or go to a vineyard visit, you can enjoy everything in Italy

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