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250-Ton Boulder Seems to Defy Laws of Physics
A tourist attraction, this giant boulder balances on a small surface area on the slope of a hill. ...
June 10, 2016
Charles Fort: Pioneer in Scientific Anomalies Research or Anti-Dogmatist Who Collected Bizarre Stories?
Charles Hoy Fort was an American "self-educated newspaperman, modestly-successful short story writer, unsuccessful novelist and inventor, and eccentric ...
March 30, 2016
An Ancient Mystery: Searching for the Lost Tomb of Antony and Cleopatra
Mystery surrounds the most famous pair of lovers in ancient history.
June 26, 2015
Cantre’r Gwaelod: The (Mythical?) Sunken Kingdom of Wales
The story of Atlantis is not unique to the ancient Greeks, as other cultures also have similar legends ...
May 25, 2015
Did a Native American Travel With the Vikings and Arrive in Iceland Centuries Before Columbus Set Sail?
Did a Native American set foot on European soil long before we previously thought?
May 15, 2015
Startling Similarity Between Noah Flood Story and Indian Legend of Manu
The holy man, Manu, built an ark with pairs of animals on it, directed by the heavens to ...
May 14, 2015
Homunculus: The Alchemical Creation of Little People With Great Powers
Medieval scientists claimed to have created little people. The ethics of creating artificial life has long been debated!
May 4, 2015
How Castaway Survivor Alexander Selkirk Inspired the Tale of Robinson Crusoe
Defoe’s fictional tale may have been based on true stories of castaways, one of them being Alexander Selkirk, ...
February 17, 2015
Unravelling the Identity of the Real Robin Hood
Robin Hood is perhaps one of the most iconic English heroes. His ethos of "robbing from the rich ...
January 17, 2015
Archaeological Evidence for 1,700-Year-Old Chemical Warfare
One of the earliest references to the use of chemical weapons in Western literature can be found in ...
December 21, 2014
The Lost Continent of Kumari Kandam
In the subcontinent of India is a tale similar to that of Atlantis, that of the ‘lost continent’ ...
December 13, 2014
Efforts to Erase the Condemned From History
The living do not always intend to remember the dead, and at times have even made an effort ...
November 30, 2014
The Ancient Origins of High Heels—Once an Essential Accessory for Men
High heel shoes are today a form of footwear worn almost exclusively by women. Yet, the history of ...
November 29, 2014
The Cyrus Cylinder and the Ancient Proclamation of Human Rights
More than 2 millennia ago, an ancient Near Eastern monarch issued a charter that is considered to be ...
November 28, 2014
Niki Lauda, Former Formula 1 Champion, Dies Aged 70
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USMCA Still Faces Uncertain Path Despite Clearing a Major Hurdle
FBI Has ‘Game-Changer’ Transcript of Informant’s Interaction With Papadopoulos, Gowdy Says
Fake Families, Fake Papers Are Rampant at Border
Ford Motor Co to Cut 10% of White Collar Jobs as Part of Global Restructuring
Google Suspends Some Business With Huawei After Trump Blacklist
Trump Wants Exceptions for Rape, Incest in Laws Prohibiting Abortion
Ecuador to Hand Over Assange’s Belongings to US
Chinese Companies Deprive Locals of Livelihood in Small-Scale Mining in Africa
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Amash Gets Republican Primary Challenge 2 Days After Calling for Trump’s Impeachment