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Dr Cool: Meet The Man Behind The Ice Maker

When the going gets hot, your ice maker is probably your first port of call. Frosty treats have made their mark the world over…

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On This Day, September 22nd

1. 1985: First “Farm Aid” concert It was on this date in 1985 that the first Farm Aid concert took place in the small…

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Ancient Inscribed Gold Plates Found On Island Of Indonesia

Jawa is an Indonesian island that happens to be one of the most densely populated islands in the entire world, with an estimated population…

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The Historical Case for Man’s Best Friend

“Humans were a bit of a fair-weather friend—we were not as reliable as they were. We could do to be a little more doglike.”…

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Feline Fine: History’s Most Famous Cat People

Cats and power go together like two peas in a pod. Throughout history, some of the most important people had a serious affection for…

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On This Day, September 21st

1. 1942: The debut flight of the mighty B-29 Superfortress It was on this date in 1942 that the mighty B-29 Superfortress made its…

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Fisherman Discovers 4,000-Year-Old Figurine in River

“It is true miracle that Nikolay Tarasov found it…It is one of the most significant archaeological exhibit in our collection. It is on display…

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On This Day, September 20th

1. 1973: Riggs vs King Battle of the Sexes More than 50 million people tuned in to watch the highly publicized “Battle of the…

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Lion City: The Chinese Man-Made Atlantis

The city of Atlantis is something that has been making the folklore rounds for years now. While the sunken city appears repeatedly in mythology,…

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Not As Civilized As We Thought: Greeks May Have Practiced Ritual Murder

MOUNT LYKAION, GREECE – The discovery of a 3,000 year-old skeleton near a sacrificial altar on a mountaintop in Greece has the archaeological community…

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