The History of The Bridesmaid

By: Brenda Hopkins | Feb 11, 2012 Who came up with the idea of having bridesmaids? Most brides know that this special day could never be pulled together without their help. So why do we have bridesmaids and what is their historical importance?

Keeping Those Nasty Gulls Off Your Boat

By: Alex Kecskes | Jan 28, 2012 Seagulls or gulls are medium-sized birds found in coastal areas, near large lakes and other inland bodies of water. As boat owners throughout the world have learned, gulls are notorious for scavenging around piers, harbors and boats.

Interesting Facts About The Pyramids of Egypt

By: Tina Reeves | Jan 6, 2012 Pyramids are the square based three dimensional triangles and are huge structures that they can be seen from the Moon and stand at the exact center of the Earth's land mass. Apart from the paintings and drawings depicting the life and lifestyle of the buried person, there is significant evidence that Pyramids contained boats, wooden statues, and clothing, food, and luxury items.

World’s Well-Preserved Corpses

By: Mary Rose | Nov 4, 2011 Lifeless leaders and mummified men are still in good shapes. So, how were they preserved from decaying? Does the mummification continue to be somewhat of a mystery. Let’s explore the preservation of the world’s fascinating corpses.

Fall of the Third Apple that Changed Human Destiny

By: Paulose | Oct 9, 2011 Three Apples have changed the human destiny. The third Apple that changed the destiny of humanity succumbed to death a couple of days ago.

iPod Jobs Got a New Job with God

By: Paulose | Oct 8, 2011 Announcing the world a new lesson iPod Jobs has left to take up his heavenly job. Apples on earth are at loss at his premature demise. Apples always teach sweet lessons. Jobs’ untimely death may open the eyes of the conventional medical world.

Gandhi Jayanti celebrations: ‘Remembering Father of the Nation'

By: Sudha Gupta | Oct 1, 2011 Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (2 October 1869 – 30 January 1948) was the pre-eminent political and ideological leader of India during the Indian independence movement. A pioneer of satyagraha, or resistance to tyranny through mass civil disobedience — a philosophy firmly founded upon ahimsa, or total nonviolence — Gandhi led India to independence and inspired movements for civil rights and freedom across the world.

Barcelona Dream Team's three main formation of 433

By: amm schuhe | Sep 20, 2011 Team and no longer be left arguing with a smile on his face full of fighting spirit of Modric returned to the peak, his ability to make the organization a whole midfield eclipsed the Red Army, the opening leg after that long-range ground-breaking open the team victory gate.

Writing of History under PERESTROIKA

By: Afzalraaj | Sep 12, 2011 In USSR and Eastern Europe, the political change has dismantled all the past institutions, and razed to ground the established traditions and values. Attempts are being made to re-structure the whole society on liberal and enlightened bases. The discipline of history is also affected by this change and needs complete revision because, in the past, history was used by the successive governments to propagate their official policies and keep the people ignorant of the real facts.

Ancient Aliens & UFO's

By: Vik | Aug 16, 2011 UFO's & Aliens evidences goes back as far as man has left any records on earth. They may have been visiting the Earth since the dawn of the history. Many UFO's & Aliens paintings and drawings can be seen in the Caves which was drawn more then 20,000 years ago.
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