Did The US Really Make Warships Disappear?

    Is The Government Conducting Experiments That Can Make Warships Disappear? Our governments are quite something. They are doing an incredible lot of things. They govern the country, develop the country, keep people united and safe, implement laws and policies, and also perform some rather unsettling side projects like communicating with aliens and withholding the information— Illuminati, The Montauk Project, etc. While they appear good to people...

    An Immortal Among Us— Keanu Reeves

    Keanu Reeves has been in the film industry for nearly 3 decades now, and you have to be living under a rock to not know about him. With the release of his movies “My own Private Idaho” in 1991 to “The Matrix” in 2003 to “John Wick: Parabellum” in 2019, Keanu Reeves has managed to have a special place in everyone’s heart. It is...

    Bindi: Evolution Of The Hindu Forehead Dot

    Many women of South Asia, mainly in India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Mauritius, and Sri Lanka – are identified with a distinct dot that forms a popular forehead decoration. It is derived from an old Hindu tradition known as a bindi, which signifies “a drop, small particle, and dot." The Sanskrit word 'Bindu' led to the derivation of the word “Bindi,” associated with a person’s mystical...

    Did The Beatles Truly Exist Or Was It An Imposter?

    Music is everyone’s anchor to stay in reality, keep in check and cope with life. From your grandfather who vibes to 70’s music to every other girl that swoons over a boy band, music lives in our very soul. But what would you do if someone told you that your favorite band never actually existed? Won’t your whole world crumble into pieces? It would for...

    The Mysterious Death Of Edgar Allan Poe

    We all know Edgar Allan Poe as the writer of “The Raven” and “The Tell-Tale Heart.” He was born on 19th January 1809 in Boston, America. Over his lifetime of forty years, he wrote many masterpieces in the genre of Mystery and goth, and he even has an award named after him—The Edgar—by the society of mystery writers of America. But all this acclaim, appreciation,...
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