In an effort to keep Vladimir Lenin looking pristine, scientists have been replacing his biological matter with plastic

Plastic surgery is a surgical procedure to keep oneself looking young, but now it’s a procedure to keep Vladimir Lenin looking pristine. Replacement of his skin with plastic is keeping him looking young and intact. The mausoleum that contains the dictator’s remains is closed for improvements to the dictator, who has turned 145 years old. […]

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Breast Milk – Formula Comparison

When it comes to choosing between breastfeeding or formula feeding, I believe either one is a great option. However, I can’t deny that breast milk is pretty amazing stuff. It protects against infections, reduces the rate of health problems down the road, and it has the support of the American Academy of Pediatrics, who strongly […]

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The US Army Wants To Design Biodegradable Plant-Growing Bullets

At training facilities the world over, the US Army uses live ammunition to gear up their soldiers for combat. These bullets just remain in the wild, and do their damage. Deciding that enough is enough, officials are now asking for proposals to design biodegradable bullets that shall harm the environment no more. Learn more: The […]

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The Government declared it a “ghost town” no one is allowed to enter after sunset

Dhanushkodi is now an abandoned town at the south-eastern tip of Pamban Island of the Tamil Nadu state of India. It is now a long barren stretch of sand without a desperate soul in sight, dilapidated buildings, small temples without rooftops, post offices without walls, and a once bustling railway station without a platform. It […]

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The dark side of the genius: Hitchcock

When the 31- year- old Tippi Hedren, having only a small modeling career, received a call from an agent who told her that Alfred Hitchcock was interested in hiring her after seeing her in a diet drink commercial, she promptly signed a seven-year contract. On their first meeting, the young actress and the eccentric director […]

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Giant Staircase and Under-Ice Building Spotted in Antarctica

There’s a lady who’s sure That the South Pole is gold And she’s building a stairway in Antarctica That doesn’t rhyme nor does it make much sense but it’s as good as any of the other explanations for what appears to be a giant staircase seen in a satellite image of Antarctica. If they were […]

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Top 10 Most Famous Ghosts

Ghosts are both everywhere and nowhere. They are famously elusive when it comes to proving they exist, yet ghosts feature prominently in our culture. They are in television and film, from “Medium” to “The Sixth Sense.” Ghost stories are found around campfires and on bookstore shelves, in both fiction and nonfiction sections. Around Halloween, pop-culture […]

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The Bacteria behind London’s Great Plague has been Positively Identified

A successful DNA study has finally revealed the malicious bacteria that caused the London’s Great Plague. The ferocious plague that caused havoc in the streets of London during 1665-1666, killing about a quarter of the city’s residents. It was the last major outbreak of Bubonic Plague in England. The Bacteria behind London’s Great Plague has […]

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Towering robots walking the Earth was once something you could only witness in sci-fi movies, but not anymore. With the help of conceptual designer Vitaly Bulgarov, Hankook Mirae Technology, a Korean technologies company, has just released video of the world’s first manned robot or “mech” taking its first steps. Unlike most robots in the movies, […]

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An Asteroid Just Flew By Earth About 50% Closer Than The Moon

Early Monday morning, while the US East Coast was making coffee, dropping kids off at school, and cursing in traffic, a space rock as big as a 10-story building slipped past Earth. Discover more: An Asteroid Just Flew By Earth About 50% Closer Than The Moon

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