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Author - Peter Schmiedchen
Peter began telling stories early on in life. Whenever the cookie jar was empty, or when neighborhood windows got smashed, or when dents started appearing in the family car, Peter had a great story. These days, he’s cutting back on the cookies, so his stories tend to be about how history or science and technology are influencing our lives.
It looks like a broken-down UFO, but the Buzludzha Monument stands as an abandoned concrete reminder of Bulgaria’s Communist Party past.
A $500 blood test might be the end result of new research that has shown promising results in the early detection of 8 common forms of cancer.
There is an ingestible capsule that can monitor gases in the human digestive system. Your farts may now have a voice, not just a stench.
Have you heard the news? Mars has ice, and that ice is made from clean water. With this discovery, we’re one step closer to colonizing Mars.
Would some good news perk you up right about now? We’ve got 20 positive stories you may have missed that might be just what you need.
History has a long list of infamous villains, but as it turns out some of these bad boys may not have been as evil as they’ve been made out to be.
Artist Stephen Wiltshire can re-create sprawling cityscapes down to the smallest of details from memory after seeing them only once.
Would having a pipeline under your town flowing with beer be a dream come true for you? If so, you might want to consider moving to Bruges.
Do you think your friends and family have some weird Christmas traditions? They might seem normal compared to these.
Can you imagine a world with no Internet, computers or cell phones? Earth is due for a solar storm and when it hits technology will suffer.
Would the kids of today survive the death-defying playgrounds of the past? Perhaps. Their parents? Chances are good for a heart attack.
The history of slavery is full of heartless and cruel stories, but one heinous case forced the action needed to end the British slave trade.
A duck-facing Paris Hilton is claiming the selfie as her creation. Paris, you know cameras were around before iPhones, right?
Climate change might be destroying our much-needed morning cup of coffee. Is this the wake-up call our caffeine-crazed world needs?
America loves food. You know what else it loves? Throwing perfectly good, uneaten food in the trash. It's a billion-dollar nationwide problem.
The world's deepest well has been drilled 13,000 feet beneath Antarctic ice. Why? What's being found will help in the search for life in space.
If pyramids are your thing, don't put all your eggs in the Egypt basket. There's somewhere else you can go to see twice as many of them.
These senior citizens are showing death who's boss by using their impending afterlife as a reason to hang out and build their own coffins.
In an era when food was a luxury for most Americans, dance marathons could mean the difference between a decent meal or going to bed hungry.