Getting an “F” in school to represent failure or flunking hasn’t always been the case. At one point, an “E” was the lowest grade you could get. Assigning a letter ...

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If you’ve ever attended a high school or college graduation ceremony, you’ve probably heard the familiar music that accompanies the students as they enter. It is the march, “Pomp and ...

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It’s a common misconception that brown eggs are somehow better than white eggs. In fact, brown eggs aren’t any healthier than white eggs, but eggs, in general, are not all ...

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mateus24/flickr The Shroud of Turin is a centuries-old linen cloth that appears to be a crucified man, believed by many to be that of Jesus Christ. It has become one ...

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If you’re ever in Japan during the winter and happen to see a snowman, it probably would look a bit peculiar to the ones you’re accustomed to if you’re from ...

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Lightning is one of nature’s most amazing and potentially deadly events. Most lightning lasts for one to two seconds and travels a few miles, but two record-breaking lightning bolts shattered ...

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Got a squeaky door, a rusty hinge, or a bolt that just won’t come loose? There’s a good chance you’ve reached for this product; the liquid that magically loosens things ...

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Daniel Rubio/Flickr The Gate Tower Building in Osaka, Japan, is a 16-story building that has a unique characteristic unlike other buildings. It has a highway running right through the middle ...

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Everything in life is dictated by time, and depending on where you live, your time is different than someone somewhere else. This hasn’t always been the case. How then was ...

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Microsoft Solitaire made its appearance back in 1990 with the release of Windows 3.0, and it has become one the most installed and played pieces of software in the world. ...

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The first gold rush in the U.S. didn’t occur in California, as many believe. The first significant gold discovery took place in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, in 1799, while the ...

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