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Why Swedish mothers leave their babies to nap in sub-zero temperatures 1

Why Swedish mothers leave their babies to nap in sub-zero temperatures

Would you leave your baby to sleep outside in the cold during the afternoon? For most parents in the Nordic countries, the answer is clear: Of course! A walk through Stockholm would allow visitors to see how parents enjoying a café latte in a café while their baby stroller stays at the entrance. Also, Swedes and …

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Suleiman the Magnificent - True Story of the most illustrious Sultan 2

Suleiman the Magnificent – True Story of the most illustrious Sultan

By the time he reigned over the Ottoman Empire, Suleiman the Magnificent was considered the greatest leader of the world by both Muslims and Christians. He was also a brilliant military strategist, a devoted politician, and a great patron and protector of the arts. He is the sultan who ruled the Ottoman Empire at its …

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Did people from the Middle Ages really throw their droppings out the window? 3

Did people from the Middle Ages really throw their droppings out the window?

The idea that people used to empty chamber pots out the window, in the street, is quite widespread. Usually, it is said that it was something practiced in the Middle Ages, and the image is often depicted in films evolve that period.Unfortunately, like many other popular ideas about the Middle Ages, it is false. People …

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new disclosures about chinese controversial project that reveals the secret of people with extraordinary intelligence

Human body Published on February 19th, 2013 0 New disclosures about Chinese controversial project that reveals the secret of people with extraordinary intelligence In a former printing house in Hong Kong, a brilliant young 20 year old named Zhao Bowen started a difficult task that may give rise to unprecedented controversy: identifying the genetic basis …

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radioactive smart bomb new weapon can eliminate hiv virus

Technology Published on December 8th, 2013 1 “Radioactive Smart Bomb”, a new weapon that can eliminate HIV virus! A form of radiation, like that which is used to treat cancer, has the ability to eliminate HIV from the body, stimulating classical antiretroviral treatment effectiveness. For several years, doctors treated patients infected with HIV with antiretroviral …

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Qatar - The country with the highest salaries, free electricity, and water 9

Qatar – The country with the highest salaries, free electricity, and water

There is in the world a country where the average salary is 100,000 euro/year, with no contribution retirement benefit, free electricity and water. That’s life in the richest country in the world. In recent years, the global financial crisis has affected many countries, including economies considered strong in Europe. There are some happy people, whose …

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Controversial Sexual Habits in Ancient Times. Egypt, Rome, Greece 10

Controversial Sexual Habits in Ancient Times. Egypt, Rome, Greece

Incest, homosexuality, pedophilia and sexual orgies are controversial practices in modern society, some of them being forbidden by law – for example, incest and pedophilia. Thousands of years ago, however, the sexual habits were considered something natural, and those that rejected these ideas would have been regarded with reluctance and disdain, just like are seen …

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Archaeology: Unexpected Discoveries at Egypt’s Giza Pyramids 11

Archaeology: Unexpected Discoveries at Egypt’s Giza Pyramids

The remains of a port and a barracks in which troops or sailors had lived there were discovered near the pyramids of Giza. According to scientists, these constructions were used back when the pyramids were built, 4,500 years ago. Archaeologists have excavated a town near the Giza pyramids dating from the time of Pharaoh Menkaure, …

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