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Nostradamus and all his Amazing Correct Predictions

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Nostradamus, the supposed prophet studied medicine at the University of Avignon but was forced to leave due to an outbreak of the plague. His family was of Jewish heritage but converted to Catholicism before he was born. He was born on either December 14 or December 21, 1503. Nostradamus believed history repeats itself and his predictions are based […]

Incredible:Sky in Japan Turned Purple

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The sky in Japan turned purple yesterday hours before the wrath of Super Typhoon Hagibis. A beautiful scene, indeed. But beneath it lies a big catastrophe. This Typhoon is said to the worst storm in over 60 years and before that, Japan residents are posting scary images of purple skies online. The purple skies are […]

The Haunting Truth behind the Tower of Silence

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Tower of Silence, even the very name sounds intriguing only few would ever have heard it. The ones who would be familiar with the name or what this is all about would either be Parsis; or someone who is familiar with their customs; or maybe someone who just has an interest in forgotten rituals or […]

Do You Know the Existence of Amazing Non-Vegetarian Plants?

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Plants obtain the nutrients that they need from the soil – through their root systems.   However, some soils are low in particular nutrients (especially nitrate – the source of nitrogen needed for organic compounds like amino acids and proteins).  Some plants have ‘solved’ this problem by being carnivorous – feeding on / digesting small arthropods, such […]

Woman Who Birthed 69 Babies

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What are the limits for women? How many children can a woman possibly bear within her lifetime? Bringing even one child into this world is, incomparably, a physically exhausting process. Guinness World Records tells us the crown for giving birth to the most children goes to an 18th century Russian woman, Mrs. Valentina Vassilyev. She […]

Why People Use to Bring And Sell Mummies In the Middle Ages?

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Mummies were ground up during the middle ages to make medicine because they were thought to have healing properties. … During the 17th and 18th century mummies were used to make a type of paint called mummy brown or mummia. A mummy will not normally smell like other ‘dead’ things smell, this is because the internal organs are removed (which are the biggest factors in the decay process) and replaced with […]

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