Planet

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The biggest ancient city you’ve probably never heard of is in Illinois

Located just a river crossing away from St. Louis, Missouri, lies an ancient and enigmatic anthropological site that remains little known to most Americans. Cahokia, a sprawling settlement that may have accommodated up to 20,000 inhabitants by 1050 A.D. Remaining covered in mystery, it still leaves scholars debating the possible reasons for its demise. The […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer

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Exploring the Unsolved Mysteries of Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu, nestled high in the Andes Mountains of Peru, is more than just an ancient Incan citadel. It’s a testament to human ingenuity, a mystery shrouded in the mist of time. Exploring its enigmatic ruins is akin to embarking on a journey through history, culture, and spirituality. As you traverse the rugged terrain and […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer

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The Moon Is Slowly Drifting Away From Earth

While it would appear to any casual observer that the Moon is where it is always supposed to be, scientists think that the Moon is moving further away each day. Ever since the dawn of the Universe, mankind has been fascinated by the nearest celestial object to our Earth. For centuries, we had wondered about […]

Mayukh Saha

Mayukh Saha

Freelance Writer

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How to Fertilize A Tomato Plant Using A Whole Egg And A Banana

A gardening expert experiments with an unorthodox fertilizer for his tomato plants: a whole egg and a banana. First, he buries the food then buries the plant on top of them. He explains that the egg and banana will rot over time, providing nutrients to the growing tomato plants. No further fertilizer is needed. Whether […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

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This home can stay 70 degrees without a furnace, even when it’s freezing outside

Passive House is a concept for an energy efficient building. The design is structured to maintain room temperature inside with little to no energy used for heating or cooling. Patrick McCunney owns one of these houses in Maine, and he shares the in-and-outs of his 1,500-square-foot, two-story New England farmhouse-style home. He and his wife, […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

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Mysterious Underground City Found in Man’s Basement

Although most people have at least one remodel horror story, often everything goes smoothly, and the results are stunning. Amazingly, there are even occasions when people uncover hidden jewels. In 1963, a Turkish man, whose name has never been revealed, set out to renovate his basement. He used a sledgehammer to break through a basement […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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Riskiest Place to go on Holiday Next Year has been Revealed

Going on a holiday is one of the best feelings there is. Seeing a new place, exploring a new culture, and trying new foods is a great way to learn about different parts of the world. While many parts of the world are inviting and exciting, there are some holiday destinations that are considered dangerous. […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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Before and after photos reveal stunning transformation of Scottish valley

How familiar are you with the term ‘rewilding‘? There are quite a few stories about inspirational folk cleaning up beaches. or brave scientists save endangered species by committing their lives to study them. Then some work hard on restoring ecosystems. Well, rewilding is a term we use when referring to those who work on restoring […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer

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Metal detectorist discovers medieval wedding ring worth an estimated $47,000

A man in the English countryside achieved every metal detectorist’s dream. He discovered a medieval diamond wedding ring. The valuable artifact is expected to fetch £30,000 and £40,000 ($35,500 and $47,300) when it goes on auction. David Board, 69, used to be a metal detectorist in the 1970s but found nothing of consequence. But during […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer