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Romans Have Done So Much For Our World!

Arches Romans didn’t invent the arch, but they sure did perfect it. With a reverence for the Greek architectural order of things, Roman architects built upon that knowledge and took it even further, advancing the technology. Their new arch techniques allowed the construction of aqueducts, coliseums, basilicas, and amphitheaters without the fear of them collapsing. Not only have many of …

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For Some People Their Phone Is Everything

Angel Giuffria, a bionics activist and actor attended SXSW Conference 2018 After extensively using her prosthetic arm it ran out of power and Angel tried to recharge it Some people thought that her arm was a prop and refused to give up their charging stations She did eventually bring her arm back to life She was born without a hand, …

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A City That Was Built Just To Hide “Boeing” Factory In War Against Japan

At first glance, this looks like an ordinary day in a small village with people enjoying the sun outside But underneath this ‘peaceful town’ was a big military secret: a Boeing factory During WWII, the U.S. Army designed a whole neighborhood to throw off possible air attacks On the roof of Boeing Plant 2, camouflage trees and structures were shorter …

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These Things Were Created Even Before A Wheel Was Invented!

Beer — Traces of a 9,000-year-old cocktail found in China now has archaeologists believing that early humans domesticated grains to make beer, not bread. Musical Instruments — 43,000-year-old bone fluted made of vulture wing and mammoth tusk have been found German caves. Boats — 45,000 years ago, people crossed the seas to populate Australia, Indonesia, and other islands in the …

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Porsche Gives A Rework To Its 1990 Porsche 964 And It’s Glorious!

This car is a result of cooperation between Singer Vehicle Design and Williams Advanced Engineering, which created a monstrous 500-horsepower naturally-aspirated flat-six engine, and the first car which received it was the rework of a 1990 Porsche 964. This series, of which no more than 75 will be made, features parts and consultations from the likes of Michelin, Brembo, BBS …

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There Is Still So Many Things We Can’t Explain

Ruins of Atlit Yam Discovered in 1984 off the coast of Israel, the Ruins of Atlit Yam is an ancient neolithic village completely submerged underwater. Many of its structures remain preserved with several human skeletons found as well, including a mother and child. Both are said to have died from tuberculosis. The mystery surrounding the village is how it ended …

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Amy Purdy Is A Para-snowboarder That Defied All Odds

At the age of 19, Amelia “Amy” Purdy’s life took a huge detour. Purdy was rushed to the emergency room after reaching a state of septic shock. She was diagnosed with Meningococcal Meningitis, a rare bacterial infection that affected her circulatory system. She had both legs amputated below the knee, had her spleen removed, and lost both kidneys. Purdy was …

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