Stewart Dunlop

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2017 Year of the Bitcoin

Taking a look at Bitcoins and how they have become an accepted form of funding for good and services on the internet.

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5 Things you Didn't Know About Thor

This is one of the 5 things you didn’t know about Thor, one of the most popular characters in the history and beliefs of Germanic people.

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The Live Casino Experience

One thing that online casinos have struggled to replicate is the excitement and glamour of the “real” casino experience...

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The Fascination of the Game

Poker is here to stay and as technology moves forward so the ways we enjoy the game changes and evolves.

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Getting the Most Out of Your Mobile

The gambling industry has broadened its horizons and as the blossoming of virtual gambling sites continues the pleasure and convenience of home-based gambling increases in popularity.

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Best Vegas Poker Documentaries

Here are four of the very best documentaries focusing on individuals and their remarkable tales from the Vegas cardrooms.

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Roulette: The History of The Game

Roulette has a rich history going back hundreds of years which is difficult to summarize in one article. But here we go.

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Worst Casino Games For Players Trying to Make Money

We have picked some of the most well-known casino games and presented them together in descending numerical order, with the game offering you the least chance to win last.

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Four of the Best Sports Documentaries from the Current Decade

These sports documentaries are not just for diehard fans, they are a great movies which will inspire know-nothings and hardcore fans alike.

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The Earliest Forms of Gambling In Ancient Civilizations

Gambling is an activity that has been around for quite a long time. Read more about the earliest forms of gambling and where they come from

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Cecilia Payne - The woman who discovered what the Sun was made of, but never given credit

Back when scientists believe that the Sun is made out of heavy elements, a 25 year old student wrote a briliant and revolutionary doctor's dissertation proving everone wrong

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Lise Meitner - The forgotten woman who should have won Nobel Prize

Many believe Meitner was robbed of a Nobel Prize, as the award was given to her colleague Otto Hahn, one of the other scientists, physicist and chemists working on the project of nuclear fission

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Jack the Ripper – All the victims and theories

A man that called himself “Jack the Ripper” terrorized the Whitechapel disctir in London from August 7 to September 10 in 1888

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​  King John's Lost treasure - will it ever be found?

The estimated value of the treasure is $70,000,000. The treasure contains crown jewels, silver plates, gold goblets, the sword of Tristram, golden wand with a dove and many, many gold coins

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Aluminum wedge of aiud - Alien artifact or just unsolved mystery?

​The Aluminum wedge of Aiud is also known as the Object of Auid, and is one of the most mysterious and controversial objects of our time. According to some articles, it was found in 1973 in Romania,...

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Flight MH370 conspiracy theories - what happened to the plane?

​One year and one month have passed, and there are still no signs of the Flight MH370 plane. The Malaysian plane is nowhere to be found, and all that is left are conspiracy theories

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Hitler's lost testicle, death and all other controversies linked with the Fuhrer

​An individual such as Hitler, with his magnitude and power is always bound to conspiracy theories and myths

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Seven Famous Faberge Eggs

There were 54 eggs crafted in total, each unique and special in its own way. Of those 54, seven are considered lost as their trace is lost

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HAARP - Weapon or a Weather Research program?

Since the HAARP program started, it was followed by numerous conspiracy theories. We try to delve into what is HAARP and its potential as a weapon

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Jim Jones - The humanitarian who killed 900 people and poisoned 300 children

The 45 year old Jones received the Humanitarian of the Year Award in 1976, and two years later, he organizes a mass murder and poisons almost one thousand people

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