• Time Travel and Project Pegasus

    Seattle attorney Andrew Basiago has been publicly making the claim since 2004 that between the ages of seven and twelve years old he participated in a secret U.S. government program that worked on teleportation and time travel...

    • Posted April 30, 2012
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  • Dissection on Display: Cadavers, Anatomists, and Public Spectacle

    Since Herophilus, the “father of anatomy,” performed the first public human dissection in the third century BCE, audiences have been spellbound by the cutting apart of cadavers. Dissection on Display: Cadavers, Anatomists, and Public Spectacle by Christine...

    • Posted April 23, 2012
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  • Harry Flavel House in Astoria, Oregon

    There are two Flavel houses in Astoria, Orgeon. The most well-known is the Flavel House Museum at Eighth and Exchange streets, the mansion originally built by Astoria’s first millionaire, Capt. George Flavel, in 1885. The other house,...

    • Posted April 23, 2012
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  • The First Earth Day

    The first Earth Day March 21st, 1970

    • Posted April 22, 2012
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  • The Two-Headed Boy from Bengal

    The Two-headed boy from Bengal was born in May 1783 in the village of Mundul Gait. Though first rejected and thrown into a fire by his mother, his parents soon realized they could make money from the...

    • Posted April 6, 2012
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  • The Georgia Guidestones

    Known as the American Stonehenge, the origin of the Georgia Guidestones (erected March 22nd, 1980) in Elbert County, Georgia is equally mysterious. The three large granite stones contain ten cryptic guides inscribed in the eight most common...

    • Posted April 3, 2012
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  • Early Accounts of Cannibalism

    A collection of historical accounts of cannibalism within tribes of the Congo and South Pacific Islands by early missionaries. CANNIBALISM IN THE FIJI ISLANDS “October 31st, 1839, Thursday. This morning we witnessed a shocking spectacle. Twenty (20)...

    • Posted April 2, 2012
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