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What’s The Matter With Poetry?

Once, in my youth, I took a graduate philosophy seminar I thought would be about law and justice: Instead we discussed the semantic implications of …

Create Compelling Content: 21 Ways Writers Can Find Creative Inspiration

Coming up with ideas for new posts, articles, and even books can be tough. Here's a list of ways to find the inspiration you need.<p>Want to write more posts? Want to write more articles? Want to write a book?<p>If so, you're not alone (here's looking at you, LinkedIn Pulse), but coming up with …

Earth - The people who ate elephant heads

Ancient humans dined out by eating the massive heads of now extinct elephants.<p>According to new research, people living in Palaeolithic times, commonly known as the Stone Age, hunted elephants as a valuable source of food.<p>Carnivory has been a human trait from our earliest stage to today<p>As well as …

Bold and beautiful: 12 of Britain's most mysterious ancient sites

1: Stonehenge<p>Amesbury, Wiltshire<p>With so much focus on the world famous stone circle it’s easy to forget that there’s a whole ancient landscape to …

10 Wedding Makeup Tricks that Work for Real Life

If ever there were a day you’d want to look like your most gorgeous self, it’s the day you get married. That said, most people would love to look …

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‘Amazing’: Scientists crack mystery of Venus’s vanished water

By Ben Guarino<p>, Reporter<p>By human standards, a descent onto Venus mirrors a fall through different circles of hell. As visitors approach, they would first pass through a thick haze of sulfuric acid. Further below are heavy metal snows that drift over mountain peaks. Finally, upon touching down, the …

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