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About Homo naledi

by Daniel Brouse In 2015, a new human-like species discovered in South Africa was named Homo naledi. Neledi is a Sotho name originated in South Africa meaning “the morning shining star”. Homo naledi is different than any other primitive human. Naledi has a tiny brain that is about the size of a gorilla’s. The pelvis […]

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Radical Christian Terrorists and the Zombie Apocalypse

EARTH — Imagine a group of radical Christians taking over the government and trying to bring on the Rapture (aka The Apocalypse) and the Second Coming. You no longer need to imagine. A conspiracy of Evangelical Christians are trying to facilitate The End Of Times. They want to fulfill biblical prophecies including: The Revival of […]

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Trade War! What Is It Good For?

By Daniel Brouse International Economics 101 What do you think of when you hear the term “trade war”? The costs and benefits to society are very similar to traditional warfare. 1) Financial Cost. A war is expensive. In a trade war, huge tariffs are placed on the purchase of imports. A tariff is a sales […]

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Kid Discovers Lost Mayan City

A teenager from Canada has discovered a Mayan City. William Gadoury, a 15-year-old from Saint-Jean-de-Matha in Canada, used images from NASA, the Canadian Space Agency and the Japanese Space Agency to connect the position of the stars in constellations to the position of Mayan cities. “Geometric shapes, such as squares or rectangles, appeared on these […]

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Disappearing Islands (Climate Change Refugees)

By Daniel Brouse THE MARSHALL ISLANDS — If your home is going underwater, you have no doubt about human induced climate change. This is the case for Bikini islanders. In the 1940’s, Bikini island was used for atomic bomb tests. The United States conducted at least 23 nuclear tests including the Bravo hydrogen bomb (the […]

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The Truth About 9/11

The truth is obvious if you were a witness… as I was (Recorded on-the-fly: Noon, Sept. 11, 2001) — Horrified As I?: Terrorists attack the US, New York City, Washington DC, Hijack planes and use… A free music video about the attacks on New York City and Washington DC in DivX, MPEG4, MPEG2, Real Player […]

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Black Minquas

The Black Minquas were a Native American tribe that had a village in Chinklacamoose. Learn more about the Black Minquas. Pictures: Clearfield-Park (1).jpg Clearfield-Park (10).jpg Clearfield-Park (2).jpg Clearfield-Park (3).jpg Clearfield-Park (4).jpg Clearfield-Park (5).jpg Clearfield-Park (6).jpg Clearfield-Park (7).jpg Clearfield-Park (8).jpg Clearfield-Park (9).jpg    

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Bombing Of Tokyo

On March 10, 1945, the United States sent 334 B-29 bombers to raid Japan with 279 of the planes dropping 1,665 tons of bombs on Tokyo. Approximately 15.8 square miles of the city was destroyed and some 100,000 people are estimated to have died. Operation Meetinghouse — “The bombs were mostly the 500-pound E-46 cluster […]

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Santa Claus Is Real

Did you know that Santa Claus is based on a real person from Turkey? Saint Nicholas of Myra was a Greek Christian bishop of Myra (now known as Turkey.) Around 500 AD, Nicholas became known for his saintly acts. One story has him giving gifts to those in need. A poor family did not have […]

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Landing On A Comet

The European Space Agency has successfully landed a spaceship on a comet. The Rosetta mission started 10 years ago when Philae was launched into space. An ESA spokesman said, “We are the first to have done that, and that will stay forever.”

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