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7 Best Friends Who Shared Incredible Secrets

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7 Best Friends Who Shared Incredible Secrets

New York in Slow Motion

New York in Slow Motion

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6 Medical Theories From 1900 That Didn't Pan Out

The early years of the 20th century were a crucial time in the history of medicine, as breakthroughs in surgical techniques, sanitation, and scientific rigor helped doctors become far more effective a

Kurt Vonnegut and the Day Scientists Went on Strike

Nick Greene

7 Historical Cures for Insomnia

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Warm milk isn’t cutting it? Take a cue from the Renaissance and swab Rover’s ears.

Magic Tricks You Can Do With Eggs

Alvin Ward

Next time you need to impress someone and happen to have dozens of eggs handy, give these tricks a try.

10 Things We Learned From Wicked Tuna

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4 Photos of the Aftermath of a Nevada A-Bomb Test

Rebecca OConnell

22 Brilliant Old Nicknames For Animals

Paul Anthony Jones

The Missing Links: Absolutely Awful Band Names

Colin Patrick

7 New Robots Designed to Do Human Jobs

Jessica Hullinger

Will your job be taken by a robot?

9 Odd Demands on the Riders of Comedians

Roger Cormier

Comedy stars have asked for some strange things before their shows.

Meet Asia’s Saber-Toothed Deer

Mark Mancini

The Story of Class Struggle, America's Most Popular Marxist Board Game

Keith Plocek

Released in 1978, a socialist alternative to Monopoly sold over 200,000 copies and was translated into multiple languages.

Flowers Opening in Timelapse

Chris Higgins

Brain Game: Perverted!

Sandy Wood

19 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Beethoven

Gili Malinsky

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