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Kirk And Uhura

The Famous Kirk and Uhura Kiss was Not the First Interracial Kiss on Television. It was Preceeded by Several Others, Including One in 1958 with William Shatner.

The iconic kiss between Captain Kirk and Lieutenant Uhura happened in 1968. The kiss between the Star Trek characters played by William Shatner and Nichelle Nichols was widely regarded as America’s first interracial kiss on national TV. However, this is a misconception since. But when was the actual first kiss on TV? Kirk and Uhura’s …

The Famous Kirk and Uhura Kiss was Not the First Interracial Kiss on Television. It was Preceeded by Several Others, Including One in 1958 with William Shatner. Read More »

The Learning Channel

TLC, or The Learning Channel, was Originally Founded by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare and NASA to Transmit Educational Lessons to Children.

TLC, previously known as The Learning Channel, is an American cable television channel owned by Warner Brothers. It was first established in 1980 and initially focused on education and instructional programming. But did you know different branches of government collaborated for this channel? TLC was founded by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare and …

TLC, or The Learning Channel, was Originally Founded by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare and NASA to Transmit Educational Lessons to Children. Read More »

Daleks Master Plan

Episodes 5 and 10 of the 1960s Doctor Who Story were Considered Missing Until They were Recently Discovered in the Basement of a Mormon Church in Wandsworth.

The Daleks’ Master Plan is the third serial of the third season of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which originally aired in twelve weekly installments from November 13, 1965, to January 29, 1966. But did you know that the 5th and 10th episode of the series has been missing for quite some …

Episodes 5 and 10 of the 1960s Doctor Who Story were Considered Missing Until They were Recently Discovered in the Basement of a Mormon Church in Wandsworth. Read More »

Video games for Surgeons

Surgeons Who Play Video Games at Least 3 to 4 Hours a Week Make 37% Fewer Errors and Work 27% Faster Than Those Who Do Not Play Video Games at All.

A surgeon is a medical professional who specializes in evaluating and treating conditions that may necessitate surgery or physical changes to the human body. Surgical procedures can be used to diagnose or treat disease or injury. Surgeons lead a team of other doctors and nurses in the operating room to ensure a procedure goes smoothly. …

Surgeons Who Play Video Games at Least 3 to 4 Hours a Week Make 37% Fewer Errors and Work 27% Faster Than Those Who Do Not Play Video Games at All. Read More »

Once hailed as the future of television, 3D TV’s have not been produced by any manufacturer since 2016. 3D TV is dead.

3D tech, but zero interest: TV manufacturers stop making set once hailed as future It wasn’t long ago that 3D television was being talked up as the next big revolution in home entertainment. But now it appears that the much-trumpeted concept has died an early death, as the only two major 3D TV makers have …

Once hailed as the future of television, 3D TV’s have not been produced by any manufacturer since 2016. 3D TV is dead. Read More »