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  • Coastal cities will be flooded three times a week, every week.

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    Coastal Cities Will Be Flooded Three Times A Week By 2045

    Coastal Cities Will Be Flooded Three Times A Week By 2045 Coastal cities around the world will find it increasingly difficult to fend off the oceans as time will go on. New research has shown that high tides will become a constant problem for coastal cities 30 years from now. This means that the beachfront […]

  • Ford Mustang – The Car That Defined All Other Muscle Cars

    Ford Mustang – The Car That Defined All Other Muscle Cars The Ford Mustang is without a doubt the car that has changed the course of American car history. The whole story began on April 17, 1964, when the Mustang was released. With its long hood and short rear deck, the car became the most successful […]

  • Neon Lights Soaking Back Alleys in Hong Kong and China

    Neon Lights Soaking Back Alleys in Hong Kong and China Neon lights seem to be primarily an Asian thing more than anything. Particularly in this day and age. And that’s a good thing too, right? I mean, the glass skyscrapers all start to look alike, why not a bit of diversity according to each culture’s […]

  • Hilda - The Long-Forgotten Plus-Size PinUp Girl

    Hilda – The Long-Forgotten Plus-Size PinUp Girl

    Hilda – The Long-Forgotten Plus-Size PinUp Girl Hilda is one pinup girl people today tend to forget.The whole pinup girl thing has a long history going back to prehistory in one form or another. But the real art of the pinup really came about during WWII and quickly after. And as you might suspect, the typical girl […]

  • Buddhist Monk Was Hiding 4 Million Methamphetamine Pills In The Monastery

    Buddhist Monk Was Hiding 4 Million Methamphetamine Pills In The Monastery A Buddhist monk was caught by the Myanmar police with large quantities of methamphetamine pills in his car. The country, Myanmar, is one of the most Buddhist countries in the world, with some 48 million practitioners. However, the country is also known for its […]

  • Indian Coal Plant Converts CO2 Into Baking Soda

    Indian Coal Plant Converts CO2 Into Baking Soda Baking Soda has a multitude of uses and health benefits. For instance, it can be used as a homemade deodorant or toothpaste. In fact, both of these store-bought products have baking soda in them. It’s also a good prevention for cancer, for sunburn, sunburn, it’s good for kidneys, […]

  • Scottish Boy Starts Playing His Bagpipes Around A Homophobic Preacher

    Scottish Boy Starts Playing His Bagpipes Around A Homophobic Preacher

    Scottish Boy Starts Playing His Bagpipes Around A Homophobic Preacher Bagpipes, it seems, are a great way to combat homophobic ranting. This was proven without a shadow of a doubt when a young boy from Scotland took out his bagpipes and began playing them around an angry homophobic preacher with a megaphone. Now, even though […]

  • An overnight camping trip does wonders for your mind.

    Science Says You Should Take A Camping Trip Once In A While

    Science Says You Should Take A Camping Trip Once In A While A camping trip, as it turns out, does wonders for our mental health and general well-being. In our ever more technologically intensive, modern world, we tend to stay up late, browsing our phones, or simply just sitting too long, we tend to put […]

  • There’s a Hidden Room Inside Mount Rushmore

    There’s a Hidden Room Inside Mount Rushmore We don’t know haw many of you saw the 1994 Richie Rich movie starring Macaulay Culkin. Well, it was a long time ago. Nevertheless, there was a scene in the movie where the Rich family had an entire mountain carved to their likeness; just like Mount Rushmore in real […]

  • Soviet Age Car Posters from the 1950’s to the 1980’s

    Soviet Age Car Posters from the 1950’s to the 1980’s The automotive industry during the Soviet age spanned throughout most of its history. It started with a large-scale construction of car manufacturing factories and the reorganisation of the AMO Factory in Moscow during the late 1920’s and early 30’s and it continued on until the […]