10 Everyday Accessories That Stopped Bullets

10 Everyday Accessories That Stopped Bullets

In our world, it’s very hard to predict what will happen in the next few years, months, days, hours, minutes, or even seconds. Obviously, if we don’t know what will happen, we can’t prepare for what is to come. However,...
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10 Ways The Media Makes Mass Shootings Worse

When the Columbine massacre happened 19 years ago, it was Earth-shattering. Teenagers carrying out a mass murder inside a high school was unheard-of; it was almost unimaginable. The news was filled with every detail possible for months afterward. Today, though...
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Top 10 Ways We’ve Preserved Human Bodies

Some individuals have been granting their bodies immortality for millennia. Although these people are not alive, certain preservation techniques allow autopsies to be performed as if the deceased had died recently—even though the person has been dead for tho...
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10 Amazing Scientific Discoveries Of 2017

10 Amazing Scientific Discoveries Of 2017

The best aspect of science is that it is always changing. New ideas and new discoveries change the way we perceive the world, and the people behind such observations are constantly at work. 2017 was no slouch in terms of...
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Top 10 Places With Surprising Poop Problems

Top 10 Places With Surprising Poop Problems

Certain places in the world are having problems with that one thing most of us prefer not to discuss: poop. When you visit these places, there is the likelihood (but not a certainty) that you will find feces just lying...
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10 Havens During The Holocaust

10 Havens During The Holocaust

During the time of Hitler’s rise to power and the ensuing Holocaust, Jews and other targeted people faced oppression, deportation, and death. People fleeing these circumstances had few options. Many countries were reluctant to welcome the hordes of refugees ...
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10 Bloody Facts About The Mamluks

10 Bloody Facts About The Mamluks

It is rare to find an everyday person, even a university-educated one, who has heard of the Mamluks. Sometimes spelled as “Mameluke,” the Mamluks were slave soldiers who rebelled against their rulers to establish their own state in Egypt. Despite...
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