Saturday , 24 February 2018

Interesting

Facts So Short You Can Actually Remember Them

Birds don’t have a urethra so everything goes out the rear. To feel the same effect of a cigarette, you’d have to eat about 20 pounds of eggplant. The average amount found in the human body is 0.2 milligrams. Being 98% water can be a bad thing if you get stranded on the beach. Horses bodies aren’t built in a …

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A Unique Asian Nomadic Tribe That May Very Well Soon Vanish

The Bajau are a nomadic Malay people who have lived at sea for centuries, primarily in a tract of ocean by the Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia. Bajau traditionally live on handmade “lepa-lepa” boats, bringing everything they need to sea, including cooking utensils, kerosene lamps, food, water, and even plants. They come to shore only to trade or fix their boats. …

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Awesome Heritage Sites That Tourists Don’t Even Know About

I love travelling and I’m a complete nerd for history, architecture and archeology. What I am not, however, is a patient man when it comes to crowds, tourists and all the shit that comes with a popular destination. For me, visiting a historical site, temple, landmark, etc… is a spiritual experience where I try soak up the story of the …

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Not Showering Could Seriously Affect You

Itchy Skin As most of you know, our skin secretes oils. When we don’t shower for a while, dirt and other polutants can stick to us, causing irritated and very itchy skin. Psychological Aspects Sometimes, just taking a shower or rinse can do wonders to your motivation and zest for life. Not taking a shower can make you feel dirty …

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These Common Myths Are Actually Very Much False

Vikings wore horned helmets. No historical finding has confirmed this theory. Horns on Viking helmets “appeared” only in the 19th century because this is how they started to be portrayed by artists. You gain more calories when you eat at night. It does not matter what time of the day you eat. The only thing that really matters is the …

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Interesting Facts About The Legions Of Ancient Rome

How did they recruit? During the peak of the Roman Empire, the legions of Rome were recruited (voluntarily) from the citizen class and mainly from rural areas, due to their more hardy nature. A letter of recommendation was needed from a noteworthy or influential figure, and bad references could lead to a citizen only able to join the (shock, horror) …

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World Record’s Largest Body Armor On Display

Weighing in at 260-lbs. and made up of 5,840 metal plates, this is the Guinness World Record holder for the largest suit of animal armor. This life-size display is actually missing a part of the suit. The complete suit is estimated to be made up of 8,439 metal plates and weigh around 350 pounds. Take a second to think about …

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New Half-million Dollar Ripsaw “Tank” Looks Radically Fun

A company named Howe and Howe Technologies has just released its 2018 line-up of Ripsaw tracked off-road vehicles. (It’s not actually a “tank” but the internet is calling it that…just roll with it) Unlike the older original Ripsaws sold to the public (pictured above), the 3 new ones have a covered cockpit seating arrangement. These are the three variants for …

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In Middle Ages This Was Believed To Be True…

There are small people in sperm Yes, in the 17th and 18th centuries, scientists really thought this way! More than that, they thought that every baby was already formed and the only thing left to do was to grow up. And women were only seen as “incubators.” It was only later that people appeared to challenge this opinion. They thought that the origin of life was somewhere in the female …

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