Archive for January, 2016

The world’s first website turned 25 years old in December, 2015

The world’s first website turned 25 years old in December, 2015

On 20 December 1990, Tim Berners-Lee, a scientist at the CERN research facility in Switzerland, turned on the world’s first website. Hosted by the World Wide Web (where “www” comes from) on Berners-Lee’s NeXT computer, the site was used internally by CERN scientists until the whole server was opened up to […]

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Four elements have just earned a permanent spot in the Periodic Table

Four elements have just earned a permanent spot in the Periodic Table

Monday 4 January 2016 03.28 GMT It was announced today that the seventh row of the PERIODIC TABLE is now officially complete. Four new elements (with RED background) have been added to the periodic table, finally completing the table’s seventh row and rendering science textbooks around the world instantly out of […]

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Every time Arsenal player Aaron Ramsey gets a goal… someone famous dies

Every time Arsenal player Aaron Ramsey gets a goal… someone famous dies

Gaddafi, Osama Bin Laden, Steve Jobs, Whitney Houston. At first glance, the only obvious connection between the two military madmen, Apple’s founder, and a legendary singer is that they have all passed away. But when the name Aaron Ramsey and suddenly we have a mystery… because each one of the four mentioned […]

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Unusual Conincidences – Adolf Hitler and Napoleon Bonaparte

Unusual Conincidences – Adolf Hitler and Napoleon Bonaparte

Here it goes : French Revolution: 1789 German Revolution: 1918  = 129 years Napoleon was “Kaiser” in 1804 Adolf Hitler was “Reichscounselor” in 1933  = 129 years Napoleons “Reich” was founded in 1804 the “Third Reich” was founded in 1933  = 129 years Napoleon started to conquer “Wien”(Austria capital) in […]

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Unusual Coincidences – Lincoln and Kennedy

Unusual Coincidences – Lincoln and Kennedy

Abraham Lincoln was elected to the US Congress in 1846. John F. Kennedy was elected to US Congress in 1946. Abraham Lincoln was elected US President in 1860. John F. Kennedy was elected US President in 1960. Both were particularly concerned with civil rights. Both wives lost their children while […]

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