Let’s Nuke The Moon Just Because We Can

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Let’s Nuke The Moon Just Because We Can

Any guesses to who once said that? Yup, you guessed it… The United States once planned to shoot a nuclear bomb at the moon for the sole reason of “Because We Can!” The absolute ridiculous project was put into action during the 1950s by the U.S. Air Force and was ironically titled “A Study Of...

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The Biggest Spread Of Plague Was Not Caused By Rats

New studies have shown that rats have been unfairly accused of being the main culprit of causing the immense spread of plague during the time known as the Black Death. Initially, the rats were believed to have spread the plague so severely during 14th century Central Europe due to them carrying arou...

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