The history of four kinds of temperament 9/4/2015 • Alizar

There are numerous personality tests to define your temperament and we all know that psychologists single out four basic types of it. Astonishingly enough, but these four types were first described by Hippocrates as early as the 4th century B.C.

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Happy Birthday Beyoncé 9/4/2015 • Alizar

Happy Birthday Beyoncé

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Today Beyoncé turns 33. We know from many stars before (i.e. Madonna, Jennifer Lopez, Jennifer Aniston, Gwen Stefani) that if you work your pound cake hard enough, you'll only get better with age.

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Cesarean Section may have a negative impact on a baby’s brain development 9/3/2015 • Rosie

Canadian scientists arrived at such a conclusion after a series of experiments with three-month-old babies. Among other things, the researchers discovered that due to this way of delivery babies may experience difficulties with focusing.

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SKIN A WATERMELON party trick 9/3/2015 • Rosie

With Labor Day just around the corner, there's no better time to learn a new trick that's sure to make an impression at any BBQ. In this video, Mark Rober shows us how to crack open a seemingly normal watermelon to reveal a totally skinned watermelon inside.

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Prisoner escapes by faking a bail letter 9/2/2015 • Gloria Vargas

A witty scammer Neil Moore smoothly escaped from the London prison, deceiving the prison guards and the authorities of the colony.

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The eco-friendly floating city by AT Design 9/1/2015 • Jason Sheehan

The project of an ocean city under the name of Eco Atlantis has been developed by the company AT Design which specializes in formalization of innovative architecture ideas. The grand project will be brought to life by Chinese engineers from China Communications Construction Company. It has been claimed that the main aim of the project will be eco-friendly expansion of the urban areas in order to broaden the horizons of the future for the human race.

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Elevators with no doors 8/31/2015 • Dean Braun

Several decades ago when elevators ascended and descended at a slow pace, innovations had to be done to the current design to improve efficiency. The solution was the invention of elevators with no doors.

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Why you should be afraid of women: the legend of Aristotle and Phyllis 8/30/2015 • Porsche Presley

Aristotle once called a woman a wild and mindless human being. Unfortunately, the Fate decided to have the revenge on the great philosopher for having been such a sexist. The story of Aristotle's humiliation cannot be considered as the genuine truth, but still it could be a lesson for those who think of women as harmless and appeasable creatures.

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Mourning rings were popular in Europe up to the 19th century 8/29/2015 • Elizabeth Bandayrel

People always remember those who passed away. The tradition of grieving for the bereavement is as old as the civilized society itself.

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A 6 foot 5 inch model 8/28/2015 • Porsche Presley

An American model that is referred to as the highest model in the world is 2.02 meters high.

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