Few individuals significantly alter the course of history. Fewer still modify the map of the world. Hardly anyone can be credited with creating a nation-state. Muhammad Ali Jinnah did all three in 1947 as the Founder of Pakistan
The Prehistoric Petrospheres of Scotland, most commonly known as the Carved Stone Balls, are a mysterious and unique class of objects made of different fine stones, such as sandstone and granite. These rare ancient artifacts were shaped 5000 to 5200 years ago
In an isolated area of Kentucky’s countryside known as Troublesome Creek, there lived a real family with blue skin. They were known by many names, The Blue Family of Kentucky, The Fugate Family, The Blue Combses, The Huntsville subgroup, and the Blue People of Troublesome Creek.
Wildfire is a type of flammable liquid based on arcane knowledge that keeps on spreading and simply cannot be extinguished by conventional means.
But as it happens, that is exactly what Greek Fire, Greek Wildfire: 7th-Century Napalm was all about
The History of PEZ candy is an interesting one that is rarely known or talked about.
History of PEZ Candy: A 95-Year-Old Anti-Smoking Peppermint
Pirahã, a hunter-gatherer tribe numbering around 700 lives along the Maici River in the Amazon Forest of North-western Brazil. This tribe speaks Piraha Language
Jeffrey Edward Epstein was an American financier and convicted sex offender. Epstein, who was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York City, began his professional life by teaching at the Dalton School in Manhattan, despite lacking a college degree.
Jeffrey Epstein Files
On Monday 27 February 1933, after dictator Adolf Hitler was inaugurated as Chancellor of Germany, there was an attempt on the Reichstag German parliament known as the Reichstag Fire (Reichstagsbrand, in German).
The Peregrine Falcon nearly became extinct in America mostly because they were getting destroyed by pesticides.
A falconer from invented the Fuck Hat, or “copulation hat”