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Mysteries

Worlds Most Dangerous Sinkholes

Written by Kevin Jennings Sinkholes are a naturally occurring phenomenon normally resulting from underground erosion, at least they used to be. Thanks to drilling and...

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Engineering

Some of the World’s Most Bizarre Construction Projects

Written by Laura Davies Sometimes, when constructing a new building, planners and architects want it to blend in, match the style of the surrounding properties,...

Modern World

The Science and Psychology Behind Free to Play Games

Written by Kevin Jennings With the dawn of the internet age, society as a whole decided to make a deal. While obviously a person needs...
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The Luckiest Dig in Archaeological History

Written by Chris Lake INTRO Archaeology, despite what you might have seen on television, is really difficult. Tonnes of dirt can be moved, multiple square meters...

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Aviation

The Forgotten Yak Warbirds

Written by Matthew Copes  Officially founded in 1934 by legendary aircraft designer Alexander Sergeyevich Yakovlev, the roots of the famed bureau that ultimately bore Yakovlev’s...

The Flight 811 Disaster: The Plane that Fell Apart in the Sky

Written by Matthew Copes In late November of 1988, a massive Boeing 747-122 operated by United Airlines arrived in San Francisco for nearly a week’s...

Space Planes: The Past, Present, and Future

Written by Dave Page Long before the Wright brothers first achieved powered flight, humanity had developed an obsession with space. Literary examples of this go...

Strange Things Airlines Hide From Passengers

Written by Kevin Jennings While some people can go decades without ever getting on a plane, for others flying is a practically an everyday part...

Saab 37 Viggen: The Forgotten Fighter Jet

Written by Matthew Copes Imagine this… 1986 - somewhere over the Baltic Sea.  After making a 2,000+ mile per hour (3,200 km/h) reconnaissance run over Northern Europe...

Military

U.S.S. Samuel B Roberts: The World’s Incredible Deepest Shipwreck

Written by Kevin Jennings The average depth of the ocean is about 12,000 feet (3.7 kilometers). Most shipwrecks are found in shallower waters, as searching...

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