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The Story Of The Landkreuzer P. 1000 Ratte — Hitler’s 1,000 Ton Super Tank
The Landkreuzer P. 1000 Ratte would have been the largest, heaviest tank ever created.
21 Accidental Inventions That Changed Our World
Forget genius. A happy combination of dumb luck and coincidence was all it took for these accidental inventions to exist.
How The Thomas Edison Electric Pen Modernized The Tattoo Industry
Originally designed to create multiple copies of a single document, the Thomas Edison electric pen would end up revolutionizing the tattoo industry.
The Story of America’s Creepiest Unsolved TV Hack
In 1987, Chicago TV stations were overtaken by a masked man who continues to baffle authorities to this day.
The U.S. Will Battle Japan In A Manned Robot Battle With Chainsaws And Cannons
The robots' massive battle will be streamed on Twitch on Tuesday, October 17.
Neil DeGrasse Tyson Suggested We Live In The Matrix, But A New Study Says Otherwise
According to some of the world's greatest minds, human existence could be nothing more than a Matrix-like simulation run by a form of higher intelligence.
Declassified Satellite Images Show Lost City Of Alexander The Great
Alexander and his army first marched through the city in 331 BC while chasing Darius III, the king of Persia, back to Iran.
Into The Abyss: 20 Vintage Deep Sea Diving Photos
Venture into the shadowy ocean deep with this gallery of the often bizarre suits that humankind wore in order to first dive below the surface.
This Lightbulb Was Switched On In 1901 — And It’s Still Going
At more than one million hours of use and counting, this bulb proves that they really don't make things like they used to.
New ‘Gaydar’ Software Accurately Predicts A Person’s Sexuality From A Picture
If given five photos, the computer program can correctly guess the sexual orientation of a person 91% of the time.
Voyager 1 Has Officially Spent 40 Years In Space, And It’s Really, Really, Really Far Away
The lead scientists of Voyager said, "This is an unparalleled journey, and we're still in the process of discovering what's out there."