Unexploded WWII bomb explodes, killing three

Published on June 2nd, 2010 | by Admin

Three people trying to diffuse an unexploded World War II bomb in Germany were killed when the bomb blew up. Germany is mourning the loss of three bomb disposal experts killed yesterday by a 2,000lb World [&hellip... Read More


Jamestown settlers’ trash reveal tough times

Published on June 2nd, 2010 | by Admin

Oyster shells excavated from a well in Jamestown, Virginia, show evidence that the settlers suffered through a long-lasting, deep drought. The shells reveal that water in the James River near the colony, where many of those [&hellip... Read More


7,000-year-old axe head found

Published on June 1st, 2010 | by Admin

An man out for a walk with his dog in Ireland came across a Stone Age axe head. Local archaeologist Ian Leitch believes the item dates from the Mesolithic period or middle stone age and was [&hellip... Read More


Buddhist complex unearthed in India

Published on June 1st, 2010 | by Admin

A large Buddhist complex, including relics of a stupa, teaching centre, a bronze image of Buddha and seals in Brahmi script have been unearthed in India. Indigenous historians believe that the state’s history had commenced with [&hellip... Read More


6 famous geniuses you didn’t know were perverts

Published on June 1st, 2010 | by Admin has put together a list detailing the interesting perversions of six geniuses who you didn’t know were perverts. Albert Einstein, Time magazine’s man of the century, is simply the most famous scientist in the history [&hellip... Read More

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