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7 of the Deepest Holes Humanity Ever Dug

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We can’t dig to the center of the Earth, but that hasn’t stopped us from trying. Whether explicit efforts to dig through the Earth’s mantle or some of the world’s wildest open-pit mines, humankind has done some serious digging. We explore some of the craziest manmade holes out there through both ice and land. Kola ...
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Iconic Scientist Stephen Hawking Has Died at the Age of 76 & 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Stephen Hawking

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Famed scientist Stephen Hawking has died at the age of 76, confirmed his family. The British theoretical physicist and cosmologist was best known for his work on black holes, relativity, quantum physics and the philosophy of science. His book, A Brief History of Time, is one of the best-selling science books of all time. Professor Hawking’s children Lucy, ...
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10 Weird Fatwas

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1. Breastfeed male co-workers In 2007, Dr Izzat Atiya, head of Al Azhar University’s Department of Hadith, issued a fatwa, or Islamic decree, saying that female workers should “breastfeed” their male co-workers in order to work in each other’s company. According to the BBC, he said that if a woman fed a male colleague “directly ...
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15 Most Unfortunate Town Names

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Penistone, UK Middelfart, another funny town name in central Denmark Dildo, Newfoundland, Canada Fucking, Austria. That’s one of the most stolen road-sign in the world. Crotch Crescent, UK Crapstone, UK Intercourse, Pennsylvania, USA Boring, Oregon, USA Accident, Maryland, USA (photo by oh candy) Wetwang, UK (photo by GingrichCrew) Hell, Michigan, USA (photo by morville) Hooker, ...
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