History

What ideas did United States’ founding fathers steal from indigenous peoples?

The United States’ founding fathers certainly drew heavily on politicians and history from earlier periods, from ancient Rome to John…

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“Aircraft” of the ancient Indians: something that puzzles scientists

Many treasures were left from the Indians who inhabited both Americas before Columbus. One of the artifacts is “bird” but…

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Seven Sleepers: the mystery of the seven sleeping youths

Seven Sleepers are referred to by various names, including the Seven Holy Youths, the Seven Sleeping Youths, and the Seven…

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Mimizuka: the dark secret kept by a strange Japanese monument with a cute name

The Mimizuka is a memorial in Kyoto, Japan, dedicated to the severed noses of Korean soldiers and civilians killed during…

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Prehistoric civilizations: What ruined them?

The history of humankind is cloaked in mystery since the human race is now so ancient that it has forgotten…

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Why did Neanderthals not suffocate from smoke produced by the fire?

A different group of researchers only recently declared that smoke was not to blame for the extinction of the Neanderthals…

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Jack Ma 996: what is 996 work culture and why was it illegal in China?

What is the “996 work culture” worth: a horrific style of operation that ultimately results in passing out, tiredness, and…

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Why did Frederic Brandt who invented beauty injections hanged himself?

It would seem that life is good! But the millionth fortune did not save Dr Frederic Brandt from depression –…

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What did the 8,000-year-old figurine of Mother goddess tell archaeologists?

Archaeologists discovered an 8,000-year-old cult figurine that depicts a pagan mother goddess and belongs to the ancient Yarmukian culture.

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Mary of Teck: the woman who raised the Queen of Great Britain

Mary of Teck later rose to become Queen Mary, the monarch's consort. She was the grandmother of Queen Elizabeth II…

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Who are the “dollar princesses” and why did they buy impoverished princes?

The historic clash of the old and new worlds occurred when American socialites and wealthy heiresses rushed across the ocean.…

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Mysteries of mitochondria: why humans need a second genome

Of interest to geneticists, mitochondria contain information about the evolution of the biosphere, human history, and as yet incurable genetic…

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