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What Horrific Things Can Be Found on The Dark Web?

Imagine the world wide web as an iceberg. Most of what you use is the part above the water, the part of the Internet you use normally. But there’s a part you don’t normally see, what lurks beneath the water. Today we’ll look at the darkest parts of the dark
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Marianas Web – The Scariest Part Of The Internet

With a depth of approximately 7 miles (11.3 km), the Marianas Trench is the deepest oceanic trench in the world. So much remains unknown about it, and scientists are still studying what dwells in its dark depths. How is this trench related to the high-tech world of the Internet? Well,
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Can We Really Give the Entire World Internet?

Of all the planets in the universe that we know of, the Earth is the only one with WiFi. Also breathable oxygen. So count your blessings. Hey there denizens of the internet, Jules here for DNews. Unless you’re somehow watching this on a bootleg flea market DNews DVD, you are
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Disturbing Wikipedia Pages

As you probably know, a wiki is a website which consists of collaborations of people modifying content. The most popular of these sites is none other than Wikipedia. It was launched on January 15, 2001, by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger. The former once said, “Imagine a world in which
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Horrifying Internet Websites You Should Avoid At All Cost

Right now, you are just one click away from something creepy or absolutely terrifying. There are many websites devoted to death, destruction, and horrors that once you visit you may never be the same. We have taken it upon ourselves to warn you of the dangers and what sites you
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Michio Kaku: Is God a Mathematician?

Some people ask the question of what good is math?  What is the relationship between math and physics?  Well, sometimes math leads.  Sometimes physics leads.  Sometimes they come together because, of course, there’s a use for the mathematics.  For example, in the 1600s Isaac Newton asked a simple question: if
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Saline Is Based on Terrible Science, Why Do We Use It Every Day?

In my mind nothing is as synonymous with hospitals as a bag of intravenous saline hanging from a little metal tree. They’re practically ubiquitous in emergency rooms and it’s a serious problem when they’re in short supply. Normal Saline, as it’s called, is incredibly simple, it’s mostly just sterile water
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Should We Keep the Hubble Telescope Alive or Let It Crash and Burn?

After being in orbit for almost 28 years, the Hubble space telescope might be coming to its end, but does it really have to be? Hubble is expecting a companion soon known as the James Webb space telescope. Hubble’s mission is expected to last into the 2020s, and the young
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The US’ Terrible Mistake of Selling $1 Coins for $1

This video was made possible by Skillshare. Learn from more than 25,000 classes for free for two months at skl.sh/hai25. The year was 2005, the president was George W. Bush, and the Congress was getting started on yet another of America’s government’s group projects. This time, DC’s oldest social club
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