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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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These Structures Were Built Long Time Ago

Tarxien Temples – 3250 BCE Malta Located on the island of Malta, just below Sicily, this complex was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992. Excavations of the site have revealed that this temple complex was used exclusively for animal sacrifices and rituals when originally constructed. Later on, it was used as a cremation cemetery by subsequent civilizations. Knowe …

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Insane Events That Could Have Ended Humanity

It’s easy to wonder what the end of the world might look like. We’ve seen it in countless movies, books and video games, and while it’s nice to pretend, it’s scary to think how close we’ve actually come. There have been several events within the history of the world, that have come devastatingly close to destroying humanity as we know …

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We All Need A Dose Of Truth

The most well-known world map is not reflective of the actual size of the countries This is how Australia would look like if it was on USA´s place on the map. Crocodiles can walk underwater… they don’t do it all the time… but still It’s believed that this behavior is limited to crocodile farms. In nature crocodiles usually inhabit shallow …

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These Fast Food Items Are Definitely Curious

The Waffle Taco Taco Bell has really crossed the line with its waffle breakfast taco. They must be breaking some sort of culinary rule…but some rules were meant to be broken. Crispy Cheese Chicken As if being marinated in cheese isn’t enough, KFC then fries the chicken in cheese as well. You’ll have to go to the Philippines to enjoy …

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Common Beliefs About The Olympics That Just Aren’t True

SPOILER ALERT: it’s not. The medals are just covered in gold, not made entirely of it. In the case of the big prize, only 6 grams of gold is all that’s needed. The inside is filled with 93 percent silver and 6 percent copper. This process has been in place since 1912, when it was deemed more cost effective to …

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Historically Mind-Blowing Artifacts That Are Still Unexplained

The Codex Gigas is a massive illustrated manuscript that is said to be the written documentation of a devil’s pact with a monk. But really, no one knows exactly what it is or why it was made. Evidence shows us that people have been occupying and constructing things on Bolshoi Zayatsky Island since 3,000 B.C.E. However, the island is riddled …

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Foods That Can Make You Sleep Better

Beef Beef is high in tryptophan, an acid “that is involved in the process of making melatonin naturally,” Breus told INSIDER. Melatonin is a hormone that helps regulate your sleep. Beef also contains vitamin B3 and iron, which help alleviate restlessness, according to the sleep doctor. Tuna Fish like tuna is a great source of Omega-3 fatty acids, which has …

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