Alternatives to Tyres

Alternatives to Tyres

Tyres have become such a ubiquitous part of modern transport that it's difficult to see how we could do without them. Isn't it? Tyres. How could we ever envisage a transport system without them? As the point of contact between the vehicle and the surface, they are arguably the main […]

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Great Benefits of Documenting Local History and Culture

Great Benefits of Documenting Local History and Culture

We can say that we live in a very important point in time, a period where the internet has allowed the vast majority of the population to access seemingly limitless amounts of information, people to engage in face-to-face conversation with their peers from across the world, and popular culture to […]

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UK's Royal Navy Carrier Named in Honor of Queen Elizabeth II

UK's Royal Navy Carrier Named in Honor of Queen Elizabeth II

At Fife's Rosyth Dockyard ceremony, a new vessel was named officially in the honor of Queen Elizabeth II. She says that the largest warship of the UK indicatesa new stage in the naval history. On the body of HMS Queen Elizabeth, a whisky bottle was smashed and this 65000-tonne Royal […]

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Top Craziest Construction Accidents in History

Top Craziest Construction Accidents in History

OSHA has encountered some significant worker safety violations over the lifetime of their organization. Many of these violations were preventive and actually saved workers from serious injury or death. All of OSHA mandated safety procedures are important to the longevity and prosperity of hard-working manufacturing, construction, and test research workers […]

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Independence in Different Traditions

Independence in Different Traditions

Since I was probably around seven years old, every July fourth I would run to the top of my street dressed in red, white, and blue, and watch along with the rest of my neighborhood as marching bands and policemen and firefighters and students and soldiers and flags and everything […]

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People from History who Made Maths Cool

People from History who Made Maths Cool

Mathematics- it's very much a marmite subject. There are kids who see numbers and equations and fall into a state of confusion and dread. And there are others who cannot help but find correlations and interesting patterns in any mathematical content we present to them. But pupils need not have […]

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A History of the Dow Jones Company and Wall Street Journal

A History of the Dow Jones Company and Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal is the best-selling newspaper in the United States as well as being one of the leading economic and financial publications globally. With circulation figures of 2.3 million readers daily, it has grown year on year since the first edition was published in 1889 (Source: Wikipedia). Owned by […]

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How Real Life was Once Lived in The UK

How Real Life was Once Lived in The UK

In all parts of the UK, you will find a huge selection of country houses, stately homes, palaces and castles which are open to the public, and which offer fascinating insights into how life was once lived. Great Britain has always had a great history, and there are plenty of […]

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