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Women Have Won Only 48 of Nearly 900 Nobel Prizes: WHY?

Women Have Won Only 48 of Nearly 900 Nobel Prizes

Nobel Prize winners are sometimes quick to make strong controversial comments (such as this year’s), yet we wonder why they say nothing about the pink elephant in the room. That pink elephant being the reason why women are not winning the Nobel Prize when there’s obviously plenty of them around …

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Prehistoric People Formed Sex Clubs to Keep from Inbreeding

Prehistoric People Formed Sex Clubs to Keep from Inbreeding

At least 34,000 years ago, it seems that early humans recognized that inbreeding was not desirable, and created some fairly sophisticated social and sex networks in order to avoid it, a new study has discovered. This study was first reported in the publication Science, and evaluated genetic data from remains of …

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Turkish Archeologists May Have Found the Grave of Santa Claus

Turkish Archeologists May Have Found the Grave of Santa Claus

Archeologists in Turkey believe that they might need to rewrite Christian history. Saint Nicholas, who was the inspiration for the beloved Santa Claus, is believed to be born within the Demre region in Antalya, and brand new research from a church bearing his name has discovered a tomb that could contain his …

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Modern Creativity Comes From the Imagination of Ancients

Imagination of Ancients

Whenever we humans create something worthwhile, we can attribute this to the imagination of ancients. As mankind has progressed throughout the ages, our sense of imagination has become a part of our makeup. In fact, we often create an entire world within our minds. This is where we invent new …

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