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15 of the Worst Military Moves of All Time

15 of the Worst Military Moves of All Time

Running an army is kind of like running a day care, only instead of rattles, the children have bombs and guns. Hey, it may not be easy to win a war, but we should at least expect military leaders to be more adept than some kid playing Starcraft.

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What Was the Cold War?

The Cold War is a term that described a time of tension and low-key hostility that was felt all throughout the world from the 1940s to the early 1990s. The two camps that were involved in this struggle were the United States and its allies against Russia and the countries aligned with it. Instead...

10 Most Radioactive Places on Earth

10 Most Radioactive Places on Earth

Intro: While the 2011 earthquake and the worries about Fukushima have brought the threat of radioactivity back into the public consciousness, many people still do not realize that radioactive contamination is a worldwide danger. Radionuclides are in the top six toxic threats as listed in the 2010...

Wildlife Conservation Society: Tigers Are "Winning" in Parts of India, Russia, and Thailand

Wildlife Conservation Society: Tigers Are "Winning" in Parts of India, Russia, and Thailand

The Wildlife Conservation Society has offered its praise to the governments of India, Russia, and Thailand as their efforts have helped tigers and other big cats in "winning" their re-population. Despite habitat encroachment, poaching, loss of prey, and other imminent threats, the six endangered...

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Moscow and Dagestan Bombings May Be Linked

Moscow subway bomb and the suicide bombings in Dagestan, along the North Caucasus of Russia, may be linked. The bombing in Dagestan occurred Wednesday, March 31, 2010 near a school. Moscow's subway bombing left thirty nine dead and dozens injured. Russian Prime Minister Vladimar V. Putin suspects...

Russia PM Vladimir Putin Slams Julian Assange Arrest

Russia PM Vladimir Putin Slams Julian Assange Arrest

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has slammed the West, particularly the United States, for arresting Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. In a statement offered in a press release, Putin suggested that the nations involved in Assange's arrest are less than democratic. Putin stated: "If there...

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Ides of March 15th

The Ides of March, or Idus Martias, is today. Many significant events in history occurred on March 15th. Idus Martias is a tradition celebrated every March 15th. The Ides of March began during Roman times that marks the annual festival dedicated to the god Mars. The Ides of March is perhaps...

10 Signs the World Has Gone Mad

10 Signs the World Has Gone Mad

Societies across the globe are facing the dire consequence that life as we know it is clambering to chaos. Worldwide infrastructures are crumbling, popular culture has become the baseline for values, and dysfunctional governments are now controlling the world. Here are 10 Signs The World Has Gone...

Russia: Meteorite, Fireballs, Sonic Boom Injures 750+ Before Crashing Into Chelyabinsk Lake

Russia: Meteorite, Fireballs, Sonic Boom Injures 750+ Before Crashing Into Chelyabinsk Lake

On Friday, February 15, 2013 at 9:20 a.m., a massive explosion of fireballs and a sonic boom shockwave tore through the sky just east of Moscow near Chelyabinsk. The meteorite injured 500 people, shattered windows, and caused significant property damage. Some NASA officials and Russian space...

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Polish President Lech Kaczynski and Other Top Government Officials Killed Plane Crash

Polish President Lech Kaczynski and several other top government officials killed result of plane crash. The President and several other upper members of Polish government were killed when their plane crashed outside of Smolensk, Russia. The President and others were flying in a Tu-154 and missed...