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Aleksandar Mishkov

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What Happened to the Spanish Armada?

In 1588, King Philip II of Spain sent his fleet to collect the army from the Netherlands, where they were fighting. The Armada was supposed to take the army to invade England. He did this in the name ...

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Thomas Sankara – Legacy of Charismatic African Leader

Born in December 1949, Thomas was a Burkinabe military officer and socialist revolutionary. He served as President of Burkina Faso from 1983 to 1987. As a Marxist-Leninist and pan-Africanist, many peo...

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The Knightsbridge Security Deposit robbery – Almost the Perfect Crime

Valerio Viccei, a man already wanted for more than 50 armed robberies in Italy, almost committed a perfect crime in 1987 in London. Valerio walked with his assistant in a bank, and they stole nearly $...

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What is Intelligence? The Top Theories Defying Smarts

Psychologist Alfred Bined developed the first IQ test, helping the French government to identify schoolchildren needing extra academic assistance. He was the first to introduce the concept of mental a...

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Pyramids of Sudan – The Forgotten Nubian Pyramids

Did you know Sudan has almost twice as many Pyramids as Egypt? To be precise, Sudan has 255 pyramids scattered across the country. Egypt, on the other hand, has “only” 132 pyramids. The Sudanese P...

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NEOM The City of the Future

Saudi Arabia plans to build 100% fully automated mega city that completely change the framework of the Kingdom

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Pow Wow – Healing Traditional Tribal Dance

The most common dance is the intertribal, where a Drum will sing a song and anyone who wants to can come and dance. The Round dance and Crow Hop are similar dances. While there are open dances, there ...

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Öndör Gongor, Tallest Man in the 20th Century, How Does he Compare to the 21st Century Giants?

Born between 1880 and 1885, Gongor was the giant of the 20th century. His real name is Pureviin Gongor. Öndör suffered from gigantism. He was measured by Roy Chapman Andrews at 7’9”, or 236cm

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Weapons of Mass Destruction – Types and Examples

There are three main types of WMD, biological, chemical, and nuclear. NATO adds radiological to this list. Let’s take a look at the different groups

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Tudor Era Achievements – How they Changed the World We Live In?

The Tudors royal family ruled England from 1485 to 1603. They were a Welsh-English family overseeing one of the most exciting periods of British history

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Johannes Kepler – What You Didn’t Know about the Science Genius

Kepler did incorporate religious arguments and reasoning into his work. He got motivated by the religious conviction and belief that God had created the world. He described his astronomy as “celesti...

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Belchite – The Ghost Town Serves as Reminder to Spain Civil War Tragedies

The old village serve as a reminder of the tragedies that occurred during Spanish Civil War. Between August 24 and September 7, 1937, General Franco and his forces fought in and around the town. Follo...

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Victoria Falls – The Smoke That Thunders

It remains the greatest and most famous discovery by David Livingstone. Today, the Victoria Falls are considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World

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ITER – The Future of Energy

The goal of the project (ITER, short for International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor) is to create a plasma of 500 megawatts for around twenty minutes while 50 megawatts of thermal power and inje...

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Cacao – The Gold Worthy Chocolate

Cocoa is the main ingredient in production of chocolate. Even the Aztecs used cocoa to create a form a hot chocolate. They called it “xocolatl” translating to bitter water. Well, as we know today...

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6 Things about Isaac Newton that Might Surprise You

His body remains in Westminster Abbey, the resting place of English monarchs, as well as other notable names like Charles Darwin, Charles Dickens, and David Livingstone

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The Hexagon – Nature’s Most Powerful Creation

Hexagons are some of the most common shapes in nature. And while animals cannot do math, we can. And thanks to math, we can come to the conclusion that hexagon is the most efficient shape in nature, a...

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Nagoro, Village of the Dolls – Creepiest Places on Earth

The dolls outnumber the people in Nagoro by 10 to 1. The dolls resemble scarecrows, and they ca be found anywhere in the city, including classrooms, the town center, inside the town hall, and anywhere...

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7 Egyptian Secrets that Will Surprise You

As one of the earliest civilizations in the history, Egyptians contributed so much to humanity. They had numerous discoveries in the fields of astronomy, mathematics, science, and so much more

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Archimedes, The Top Inventions we Use Today

Archimedes produced many formulas and theories that help calculate areas of regular shapes. He did this using a revolutionary method of capturing new shapes by using the shapes he already understood

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