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Japan’s Underwater Ruins were discovered in March of 1995 when a sport diver unintentionally strayed beyond the standard safety parameter near the south shore of Okinawa. The island served as the battleground for the last land campaign of World War II, but this time around it was to become the scene of another kind of […]

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Dark Matter

For more than 70 years Scientists have been perplexed because galaxy clusters have too much gravity to be explained by the amount of visible matter alone. Something strange and unseen must be causing the gravity; otherwise they should have flown apart by now. This traditional explanation is that a form of dark invisible matter makes […]

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Road of Death

Sometimes our journeys may require us to take the road less traveled, but some passengers may be better off left behind. They may never forgive you for the harrowing experience that you put them though. Commonly referred to as “Death Road”, the only route western route into La Paz, Bolivia, the road gets its name […]

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If current research trends are reliable indicators, wearable electronics are becoming the next big statement in the realm of fashion. Not only will fabrics feature integrated gadgets, but the device may soon become the fabric itself. Much like technology, fashion quickly becomes dated and obsolete, fading from public interest. When people encounter bizarre new forms […]

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Veil of Mystery

Machu Picchu is an ancient Incan city, shrouded in the mountains of Peru. It was not discovered until 1911 when Hiram Bingham, an American explorer who was in fact looking for The Lost City of Gold, stumbled upon the ruins. However, what many might not know is that people had actually been living in the […]

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