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    Did Nuclear Bomb Testing In India Cause The 2004 Tsunamis?

    The 2004 Tsunamis: the gigantic waves of the vast, grim Indian Ocean saw a massive rise in its altitude that day. All hells broke loose. Dreadful Screams of humanity could be heard. Children died while having their mothers tried to carry them safely to the shore. The coast was completely wept out with saltwater; the tormenting levels of water destroyed houses, and all-around could...

    The Ploutonion at Hierapolis: The Gate to Underworld?

    The sacred sanctuary of The Hierapolis Ploutonion is located in Hierapolis—a classical Phrygian city—that is now part of the Turkish province of Denizli. In the 2nd century BC, the Attalid rulers of Pergamon built Hierapolis as a thermal spa. Physicians believed that the nearby calcite-laden thermal springs would have medicinal properties that will help the sick and chronically ill, and the city became a religious...

    Cerne Abbas Giant—The Mysterious Hill Giants of England

    England today is known for the many things it has given the world. From the high literature of the Renaissance, Romanticism, Victorian eras to the enormous colonization of almost the entire world, over the centuries. Yet another thing that the world marvels over in the United Kingdom is the presence of unexplained structure all over the country side. The Stone Henge and The Cerne...

    Is Fluoridation Dumbing Down The Population?

    Fluoride is an element known to prevent tooth decay, especially in children. This was considered a giant breakthrough in the 20th century, in the world of science. As per the website of American Dental Association (ADA), adding fluoride prevents tooth decay by 25% in children and adults. A review of 20 different studies on the benefits of using fluoride in water, shows that the...

    What Is Under The Ice In Antarctica, More Ice Or More Mystery?

    Antarctica, being the southernmost continent, vast, deserted, and away from all the main continents, only adds up to its mysteries. This huge landmass of ice is not only uninhabited but is also illegal for any normal person to visit, except for research purposes, of course. Antarctica has been left untouched for many years after its discovery due to its freezing cold and dry environment. It was...
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