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The Story of Christopher Columbus’ Ships

Christopher Columbus’ Smaller Two Ships were Not Really Named The Niña and The Pinta. The Niña was actually The Santa Clara, While The Original Name of The Pinta was Forgotten.

The story of Christopher Columbus and his historic voyage across the ocean is taught in most schools. The story has evolved to portray the journey in a more realistic and practical light. People used to believe that Columbus thought the world was flat. But there is one aspect of the story that not enough people […]

Christopher Columbus’ Smaller Two Ships were Not Really Named The Niña and The Pinta. The Niña was actually The Santa Clara, While The Original Name of The Pinta was Forgotten. Read More »

Coca Cola

Coca-Cola was Invented by a Confederate Veteran Who Had a Morphine Addiction

Coca-Cola has become one of the most valuable brands on the planet. Coca-cola has admitted to using a marketing approach to influence people’s purchasing decisions, proving that people make emotional purchasing judgments. It is widely regarded as a happiness ambassador. It is believed that consuming Coca-Cola provides a significant percentage of happiness. But did you

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The white dashed lines on US highways are 10 feet long. And the space in between them runs 30 feet long. Most people believe that they’re only 2-4 feet long at most.

Slow Down — Those Lines On The Road Are Longer Than You Think COLUMBUS, Ohio — Take a guess — how long are the dashed lines that are painted down the middle of a road? If you’re like most people, you answered, “Two feet.” The real answer is 10 feet. That’s the federal guideline for

The white dashed lines on US highways are 10 feet long. And the space in between them runs 30 feet long. Most people believe that they’re only 2-4 feet long at most. Read More »

In the civil war, the commander of the Union “lightning brigade” personally took out a loan to buy his soldiers advanced new repeating rifles because the government would not supply them. Using the firepower advantage afforded by the new rifles, his brigade proved extremely effective in combat.

John T. Wilder John Thomas Wilder (January 31, 1830 – October 20, 1917) was a colonel in the Union Army during the American Civil War, noted principally for capturing a key mountain pass (Hoover’s Gap) in the Tullahoma Campaign in Central Tennessee in June 1863. Wilder had personally ensured that his ‘Lightning Brigade’ of mounted

In the civil war, the commander of the Union “lightning brigade” personally took out a loan to buy his soldiers advanced new repeating rifles because the government would not supply them. Using the firepower advantage afforded by the new rifles, his brigade proved extremely effective in combat. Read More »