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It's amazing what doctors can do today. Like removing a surgical knife from a man's skull and even repairing eyeballs. Check out these medical marvels. Can you tell which one is made up?
It's hard to imagine that water can be used to create electricity. The two are a dangerous combination that should never mix, right. True, so never bring your stereo in the shower with you.
The Chinese start preparing for Mid-Autumn Festival weeks in advance. The holiday is all about the moon so get your howling voice ready. OK, so there's no howling...but you do get to eat mooncakes.
Slicing your tongue down the middle sounds bizarre, doesn't it? Not to Lizardman. The guy growing horns doesn't think he's too odd either. Are these guys for real?
The Native peoples of the Pacific Northwest spanned from Alaska to Washington state. Find out all about them!
You may know the difference between George "Dubya" and George Senior but how well do you know the other presidents? Get the 411 you need on the presidents of the United States of America. - Page 2
Uranus is always picked on. It isn't named after a body part. And here's another tip. It's not pronounced "your anus." You say the name of this planet, "yoor a nus." All together now.
When someone passes wind it can be stinky and loud. Wind that has been put to work at wind farms can be really loud too. Keep reading to find out how much wind it takes to light a light bulb.
How well do you know your history? Do you know what wigwams, ugly masks and loincloths have in common? Or what the California Indians could make as small as a thimble or as large as a desk?
Beware of attacking eagles in Hampton Beach, New Hampshire. As long as you don't wave your grub around, you probably won't get dive-bombed. But the eagles might join your football game...