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10 skills that could save your life

10 skills that could save your life

None of us intend to end up in a life threatening survival situation, but there are some great everyday skills that could help you. Just in case. Original list here

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10 Drowned Towns You Can Visit

When you think of drowned towns and cities the first thing you imagine is Atlantis, the lost city. However many towns have been deliberately submerged to create power using hydroelectricity.

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The 10 Coolest Places You’re Not Allowed to Visit

The 10 Coolest Places You’re Not Allowed to Visit

The world has so many amazing places to go to and see. But what about the places that you can’t go to? Here are 10 great places that you’re just not allowed to visit because they’re too protected, too dangerous or just too special! Heard Island Volcano, Australia This barren volcanic Antarctic Island, an Australian external territory about two thirds […]

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11 cold hard facts about Antarctica

11 cold hard facts about Antarctica

The South Pole, coldest place on Earth and the one place humans have never settled (not completely). Antarctica was one of the last places to be reached by man, and for good reason, the place is freezing, inhospitable and some of the worst weather imaginable. But it does have penguins, and who doesn’t love penguins. But here are 11 facts […]

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10 Smart Things To Pack in Your Carry-On (And One Not To)

10 Smart Things To Pack in Your Carry-On (And One Not To)

Are you going to be joining us in Miami for our User Meeting? Or off on a holiday or business trip? Then this list may be just right for you! Rules and regulations surrounding carry on bags is complicated and can stress out even the most chilled traveller. So have a look and see what the best things are to […]

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Can humans hibernate in space?

Can humans hibernate in space?

What better way to pass a long stretch of time than by entering a deep sleep to shut down some bodily functions and conserve energy? Bears do it to get through cold winters. So do many smaller mammals, including squirrels and hedgehogs. Even the fat-tailed lemur (a primate cousin of Homo sapiens), living in warm Madagascar, slows down for months […]

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