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The Hum Phenomenon

There is an Unexplained Global Effect Called “The Hum,” Which is Only Heard by About 2-4% of the World’s Population. The Phenomenon was Recorded as Early as the 1970s.

Those who have heard it describe it as a low-frequency, rumbling sound, similar to a large diesel truck idling nearby. Hearing protection does not appear to help, and it is frequently worse at night. But what is the enigmatic phenomenon known as the hum?  There is an unexplained global phenomenon known as “the hum,” which …

There is an Unexplained Global Effect Called “The Hum,” Which is Only Heard by About 2-4% of the World’s Population. The Phenomenon was Recorded as Early as the 1970s. Read More »

Operation Paperclip

The Central Intelligence Agency Hunted Down Top Nazi Scientists After World War 2 to Convince Them to Help Develop Weapons and the Space Program. These Nazis and Their Families Received Full American Citizenship.

The enemy was Nazi Germany and defeating it was the goal of the United States, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union. The first cracks in the marriage of convenience that had made them allies appeared in February 1945, at the Yalta Conference, where President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and Premier Josef Stalin …

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Mr. Bean

Rowan Atkinson First Tested His Mr. Bean Character in Front of a French-Speaking Audience at the Canadian “Just for Laughs” Festival in 1987.

Rowan Atkinson and Richard Curtis created Mr. Bean. The show was produced by Tiger Aspect and starred Atkinson himself as the title character. The sitcom comprises 15 episodes co-written by Atkinson, Curtis, and Robin Driscoll, with Ben Elton co-writing the pilot. But did you know how Rowan Atkinson tested his Mr. Bean character?  Rowan Atkinson …

Rowan Atkinson First Tested His Mr. Bean Character in Front of a French-Speaking Audience at the Canadian “Just for Laughs” Festival in 1987. Read More »

Queen Elizabeth

Fewer than 100,000 British People were Older than the Late Queen Elizabeth. She is the Only Monarch 85% of Her Subject Have Ever Known.

Another claim to fame has been made for The Queen as she approaches a milestone in her already historic reign. Research has determined how many of her subjects have lived longer than she has. Do you know how many British people were actually older than the late Queen Elizabeth? Only about 100,000 British citizens are …

Fewer than 100,000 British People were Older than the Late Queen Elizabeth. She is the Only Monarch 85% of Her Subject Have Ever Known. Read More »

Grass Lawn

Traditional Grass Lawns Originated as a Status Symbol. Neatly Cut Grass Used Soley for Aesthetics was Something Only the Wealthy Could Maintain Back in the Day.

A lawn is an area of soil-covered land planted with grasses and other durable plants such as clover and kept at a short height with a lawnmower or occasionally grazing animals for aesthetic and recreational purposes. But did you know only the rich could afford to maintain a well-manicured lawn back in the day? Traditional …

Traditional Grass Lawns Originated as a Status Symbol. Neatly Cut Grass Used Soley for Aesthetics was Something Only the Wealthy Could Maintain Back in the Day. Read More »

Living on the moon

Half of the British Population Would Refuse a Free Trip to the Moon Even if Safety were Guaranteed. According to Most, They were Just Not Interested in the Idea.

Is it possible to live on the moon? If we’re talking hypothetically, the correct answer is that humans could live on the moon. However, we would still require some assistance to live comfortably on the moon, as it isn’t the best environment for us to be in. But do you know how many English people …

Half of the British Population Would Refuse a Free Trip to the Moon Even if Safety were Guaranteed. According to Most, They were Just Not Interested in the Idea. Read More »

Marching Roman Army

The Distance of a Mile was Defined by Ancient Roman Armies Marching One Thousand Paces. The Nautical Mile is Based on the Size of the Earth.

Due to the fact that these units were used in different parts of the world, we have different units for the same physical quantity. Each country had its way of expressing these physical quantities, which confused. But do you know how the mile was discovered? Ancient Roman armies marching one thousand paces defined the mile …

The Distance of a Mile was Defined by Ancient Roman Armies Marching One Thousand Paces. The Nautical Mile is Based on the Size of the Earth. Read More »

Rod Stewart

Rod Stewart Had Such Terrible Stage Fright He Hid Behind the Amplifiers During His First American Concert. They Had to Give Him a Shot of Brandy to Get Him Out

Rod Stewart is among the most successful musicians of all time. He has sold over 100 million records worldwide and has six consecutive number one albums in the United Kingdom. But why do you think this extremely gifted musician sang behind the amplifiers in his first concert? Rod Stewart was so terrified of performing that …

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Spitfire

Spitfire Planes were Crowdfunded During the World War II, Large Scale Contributors Were Allowed to Give the Planes Nicknames

The Supermarine Spitfire is a British single-seat fighter aircraft used by the Royal Air Force and other Allied countries before, during, and after World War II. Many Spitfire variants were built, with various wing configurations. It was also the only British fighter continually produced throughout the war. The Spitfire remains popular among enthusiasts; approximately 70 …

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Alfred Hitchcock

Alfred Hitchcock Developed a Lifelong Fear of Policemen After Being Jailed at the Age of Five

Alfred Hitchcock was known as the man who invented modern horror. He is quite popular for his 1960 film Psycho. Hitchcock also came up with the concept of the overhead shot and the MacGuffin. But did you know that Alfred Hitchcock’s father once imprisoned him when he was 5 years old? Alfred Hitchcock was five …

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