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The World's Deepest Cave

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Take a journey into the deepest cave in the world. Krubera Cave goes 7,208 feet toward the center of the earth.
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We Finally Have Actual Plot Details For Better Call Saul. And a cast list that will make your mouth water.
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In Defense Of Killing Off Main Characters. Sometimes it’s necessary, and fiction should never be more predictable than real life.
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How many hummingbirds can gather at a feeder at one time? According to this video, all of them.
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10 Banned Movie Posters. Some people consider these offensive, pornographic, and/or blasphemous, so take a peek at your own risk.
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Why Middle School Should Be Abolished. We should never have segregated our most vulnerable age group in the first place.
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The Sad, Strange, True Story Of Sandy Allen, The Tallest Woman In The World. She put a happy face on even when she was suffering.
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Thermal vents are so hot at Yellowstone that an asphalt road melted. Roads in one area are closed, but most of the park is still open.
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'I know, right?': The anatomy of a wonderfully nonsensical phrase. This is one neologism I don’t mind hearing from the kids because, unlike so much that they say, it’s positive.

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The Greatest Internet Recipe Comment of All Time
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The Story Behind the Greatest Internet Recipe Comment of All Time. It was about a brownie recipe, but it escalated quickly.

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Why Is America Losing Ground in the Contest to Grow the World’s Biggest Pumpkin? The largest of the season have been grown in Europe two out of the last three years.

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Sorry, Not Sorry: When Apologizing Makes Things Worse. Adding an apology to a rejection doesn't make you appear any better.

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Driving in Germany is Much Better than Driving in America. And, considering the size of Germany, there's a lot less of it.

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This Cosplayer Transforms Himself into Real Life Versions of Disney Heroes. Jonathan Stryker is a master at becoming a cartoon.

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How the Star Trek Punch Became the Worst Fight Move on TV. A Star Trek stunt coordinator explains why they continue to use the double-handed punch.

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23 College Secrets Your Professors Will Never Tell You. Unless you ask, which is one thing you should do.

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This Guide Will Help You Choose Your Apples Wisely. There's one for every taste and purpose.

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Game of Thrones Has Changed the Real World
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6 Ways Game of Thrones has Changed the Real World. Even those who don't watch it know the characters as cultural metaphors.

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The Only Thing Worse than Watching an Offensively Bad Comedy is Watching One You Supposedly Wrote. A.J. Via got a movie deal and lost all control of the finished product.

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To Fight Smallpox in the Spanish Colonies, King Charles IV Sent a Ship on a Vaccination Mission in 1803. The expedition included 22 orphans carrying the fresh vaccine in their bodies to keep it safe enough to last the voyage around the world.

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For Centuries, People Celebrated a Little Boy’s First Pair of Trousers. Once he was toilet-trained and could dress himself, he could become a real boy.

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What A Doctor Calls A Condition Can Affect How We Decide To Treat It. A familiar term carries a lot of baggage, while a new term will encourage patients to just follow doctor's orders.

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Ben Stiller's Never-Ending Midlife Crisis. His new movie Brad's Status is the fourth that explores that theme.

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Sir Arthur and the Fairies. After a thorough but flawed investigation, the Sherlock Holmes author believed the Cottingley Fairies were real.

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