The Legend of Spring-Heeled Jack

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Did Your Ancestors’ Climate Determine Your Nose Shape?

They can be aquiline, narrow, bulbous, or turned-up. They can be runny, itchy, or red. There’s no doubt that the human nose is a distinctive facial ornament, and every person’s nose is unique. And...

Mystery Planet and The End of Times

We all have heard about the end of times, right? Well, starting November the 19th, we very well may experience some aftershock. The shocks will initially be felt in Indonesia, which will create waves ...

Chemicals are Turning Male Fish into Female Fish

We’ve known for years that the chemicals we pour down our drains and flush into our sewers often has a negative impact on the fish that live in our lakes and rivers. But a recent study of 50 differe...

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27 Contact Lenses Found Lodged in One Woman’s Eye

The biggest nightmare for wearers of contact lenses came true for one British woman late last year. The 67-year-old went in for cataract surgery at Solihull Hospital in England last November. In addition to the cataracts, she also complained of pain in her right eye, which she assumed was caused by ...

The Plastic-Eating Caterpillar That Could Help Save the Planet

An amateur Spanish beekeeper recently made a discovery that could have a major impact in our planet’s fight against pollution and global warming. While tending to her beehives, she removed some wax worms from them, since they are pests that are parasitic towards bee colonies. To get rid of them, s...

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President Jefferson’s Murderous Sheep

Presidential pets often become as famous as their owners. There have also been a wide range of animals kept as White House pets, from an alligator to a wallaby to everything in between. One presidential pet stands out, though, but not because of its species. This pet is memorable because of its murd...

The Plague That Caused People to Dance Themselves to Death

On an otherwise unremarkable July day in early 16th century Strasbourg (now in France), a woman known as Frau Troffea ran into the street and began dancing. There was no music being played, and it wasn’t a holiday or day of celebration, yet, for reasons unknown, she felt compelled to dance. She co...

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The Legend of Spring-Heeled Jack

Despite the many advances in science and industry that took place in Victorian England, that time period was till full of superstition and paranormal belief. Many people still believed in fairies, phrenology and spiritualism- all things that have since been proven false. Quite a few people also beli...

27 Contact Lenses Found Lodged in One Woman’s Eye

The biggest nightmare for wearers of contact lenses came true for one British woman late last year. The 67-year-old went in for cataract surgery at Solihull Hospital in England last November. In addition to the cataracts, she also complained of pain in her right eye, which she assumed was caused by ...

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