Tag: history

Nov 9, 2022

8 Inventions That Were Created by Women

8 Inventions That Were Created by Women

Windshield wipers, liquid paper and Monopoly…

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Nov 9, 2022

12 People Discuss Myths That Are Rooted Deeply in Our Society

12 People Discuss Myths That Are Rooted Deeply in Our Society

Got any myths you believe?

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Nov 8, 2022

The “New York Times” Used to Think Cheeseburgers Were Just a Passing Fad

The “New York Times” Used to Think Cheeseburgers Were Just a Passing Fad

A long, long time ago… in a newspaper far, far away…

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Nov 5, 2022

Learn All About Where the Food You’re Eating Originates From

Learn All About Where the Food You’re Eating Originates From

Almost 70% of our food doesn’t come from where we live.

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Nov 3, 2022

This Tumblr Thread Shows That Nothing Is Unimportant to Historians

This Tumblr Thread Shows That Nothing Is Unimportant to Historians

Deep thoughts…

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Nov 2, 2022

Replacing the Cardigans Mr. Rogers’ Mother Made Him Was a Tough Task. Here’s How They Did It.

Replacing the Cardigans Mr. Rogers’ Mother Made Him Was a Tough Task. Here’s How They Did It.

Won’t you be… my neighbor?

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Oct 28, 2022

11 Interesting Pics for You to Lay Your Eyes On

11 Interesting Pics for You to Lay Your Eyes On

I’ve seen that episode of The Price is Right!

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Oct 27, 2022

Fungi That Eats Radiation Are Alive and Well in Chernobyl

Fungi That Eats Radiation Are Alive and Well in Chernobyl

I didn’t even realize fungi could do this!

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Oct 24, 2022

75-Million-Year-Old DNA Was Found Preserved in the Bill of a Baby Duck

75-Million-Year-Old DNA Was Found Preserved in the Bill of a Baby Duck

Fascinating!

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Oct 19, 2022

Learn About Nüshu, a Special 19th-Century Chinese Writing System That Only Women Knew How to Write

Learn About Nüshu, a Special 19th-Century Chinese Writing System That Only Women Knew How to Write

“In a nation where women were historically denied access to literacy, Nüshu stands out.”

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