Saturday , 25 November 2017

Interesting

Winter storms topple iconic ‘Pioneer Cabin’ tree

High winds and winter storms in Northern California have toppled the iconic ‘Pioneer Cabin’ tunnel tree, one of the most famous “drive-through” trees in the state. In the 1880s, the tree was hollowed out by a private land owner, so that tourists could pass through it. The tree was chosen in part because it bore a large forest fire scar. …

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Inspirational Quotes Guaranteed To Make Your Day

24 Inspirational Quotes Guaranteed To Make Your Day Sometimes all that matters in life is some inspiration to move on. Often we all lose that inspiration at some point in our life and it is when we really need to reset our mind with some inspiration from an external source. That’s the time we’ll understand the real importance of such …

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Low Tide Exposes Venice’s Canal Network

Unusually low tides in Italy have shown tourists the unseen side of Venice’s canal network. Water levels are two feet lower than normal, and the muddy canal beds have forced the world famous gondolas to be benched.

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50 Years Ago This Is What Life Was Like

Like was so much simpler 50 years ago. In 1967 it cost $42,000 for a Superbowl ad. Slurpees became available in all 7-11 locations after successfully being tested in small markets. The Maple Leafs won their last Stanley Cup. The Ouija Board from Parker Brothers was one of the most popular ‘toys’ that year. U.S.A. and Russia signed a treaty …

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Nuclear bunker homes are ultimate in “private community”

Need a place to hang with friends during a nuclear explosion? A California-based company named “Vivos Group” is one step ahead of you. In the official words from the company, “this is the place you will want to be when the SHTF” (Sh*t Hits the Fan). Vivos is developing a community that will be comprised of 575 private bunkers. Each …

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Crazy Facts About Cruise Ships That Are Completely Insane

Cruise ships can be pretty crazy sometimes. A Cruise Kept Tulane Afloat After Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast back in 2005, Tulane University was one of 30 colleges in the area looking for answers on how to proceed in its wake. One of the issues was where to house students after several dorms were destroyed, and the university came …

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The Top 25 Richest People In The World According To Bloomberg

Every year Bloomberg ranks the richest people in the entire world, and these were the richest people of 2016. Steve Ballmer (net worth: $25.2 billion) Born in 1956 in Detroit, Michigan, Steve Ballmer is the former CEO of Microsoft, the world’s biggest software maker. He stepped down in February 2014 and remains the largest individual shareholder of the company, which …

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30 things that were once had completely different names

If these products, people and bands had stayed with their original name, the world as we know it would be completely different. Here are a few things that started out with names that sound really strange today. Buzz Lightyear was originally named “Lunar Larry.” The Hawaiian Islands were called “The Sandwich Islands” by explorer James Cook, after the Earl of …

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Former Worker Reveals Inside Secrets About Disney World

These are the things about Disney World that Disney doesn’t want you to know. Disney World is actually the second floor of a massive system of underground tunnels. “Its full name is the Utilidor,” he said. “It’s a series of corridors that allow cast members to work behind the scenes and not disrupt the show on-stage. It’s actually kind of …

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Amazing And Interesting Facts To Amuse Your Brain

You should not live even a day of your life without learning or knowing something new because feeding your brain is as important as feeding your stomach. So don’t let your brain starving for days without having anything to eat. So today we are with a gallery full of amazing and interesting facts exclusively for your brain. Make use of …

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