“Were My Obituaries Good?”

During the Cyprus coup of 1974, it was reported that Archbishop Makarios III (1913 – 1977) died. However, the news was proven to be false when the said Archbishop reappeared sometime later. When asked about his reaction on the news of his apparent death, he said, “You should have known it was not easy for […]

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In Case of a Disaster

On July 18, 1969, while the public was anxiously following the news of the flight of Apollo 11 to the surface of the moon, presidential speechwriter William Safire was preparing a contingency memo which contained a speech to be delivered by U.S. President Richard Nixon in case an unforeseen disaster occurs, and some other directives: […]

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Dealing With Bridal Anxiety- Ways to Relieve Stress Before the Big Day

This is a guest post by Caitlin Purvis. How can you relieve stress before the big day? It might seem obvious that the preparation for a wedding could prove rather stressful, considering that it is regarded as one of the biggest days of a person’s life. The extent of these stresses is often underestimated and […]

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Petrol Prices Around the World: What to Expect in 2019

This is a guest post by Caitlin Purvis. For many, we must factor petrol into our weekly budget. Predictions are suggesting that by 2020, the number of cars on the roads globally will have doubled. This leads to questions over whether this will affect the price of our fuel on forecourts. By the end of […]

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Reasons for Best Career Move in Big Data

This is a guest post by Madan Upadhyay. Introduction It is tough to neglect Big Data in today’s world. It is highly valued and the results from it. News media admires the evidence obtained from Big Data in economics as well. Industries are highly pleased with the commitments of Big Data. As a result of […]

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Why Choosing the Right Education Program Is Necessary?

This is a guest post by Bella Cameron. Education is one of the basic rights of humans now. It plays a role far more vital in life than one can even imagine. Actually, it can’t be wrong to say that the education of an individual decides his/her future to a greater extent. In general, a […]

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I Recognise This Bar: 7 Pubs From Films and TV Shows You Can Visit

This is a guest post by John Hannen. Enjoy a pint in one of these iconic UK pubs from the big screen Many UK pubs have been frequented by camera sets and film directors, but did you know that you can actually visit them? Enjoy a drink at a place that may give you a […]

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Short-Term Memory

Samuel Johnson (1709 – 1784)  once boasted about his amazing memory prowess to his friend Bennet Langton (1736 – 1801). As a demonstration, he said that he can recite an entire chapter of The Natural History of Iceland, a 1758 translation of Niels Horrebow’s work. When asked to prove his claim, he said: Chap. LXXII. Concerning […]

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How Different Types of Scent Can Influence Emotions and Behavior

This is a guest post by Catherine Stewart. Fragrances have been around since time immemorial. History reveals that people during the Bronze Age are the first ones to try perfume making. It was also widely used by the elite Ancient Egyptians who distilled fragrances from lily and attar. Later on, the Mesopotamians created their own […]

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