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10 Unusual and Amazing Schools

Schools are not limited to rows of desks, stacks of textbooks, and linoleum hallways. They can be caves, boats, or train platforms. Yes, there’s a whole world of unusual and amazing schools out there!

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Feral Children: The Story of Amala and Kamala

Probably the best known story of feral children is that of two girls, Amala and Kamala, who were raised by a she-wolf. In 1920, as the story goes, Reverend J. A. L. Singh saw a mother wolf and cubs, two of whom had long, matted hair and looked human. After considerable preparations and difficulties, the two human creatures were captured.

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Leslie Welch, the Amazing Memory Man

Often referred to as a walking sports, Leslie Welch became famous for his ability to answer almost any question on football, horse racing and cricket. He played to packed music halls in the late 1940s and 1950s, bewildering audiences wherever he went. Millions tuned in to his radio shows and he was soon earning £11,000 a year. Then it all went wrong...

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8 Amazing and Unusual Libraries

From the United States to Germany, here are some of the most beautiful and unusual libraries found in the world. Perfect for book-lovers out there!

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Tempted to Cheat on a Written Exam? Artificial Intelligence May Catch You Out!

Combining big data with artificial intelligence has allowed researchers to determine whether you wrote your assignment or whether a ghostwriter penned it for you -- with nearly 90 percent accuracy.

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Would You Stay in a Dark Room for 30 Days for $100,000?

Imagine being confined to a small, dark room, with no social interaction whatsoever for 30 days. Not many people would jump at this opportunity. But sometime in mid-September of 2018, a professional US poker did just that.

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Engineers Translate Brain Signals Directly Into Speech

In a scientific first, Columbia neuroengineers have created a system that translates thought into intelligible, recognizable speech. By monitoring someone's brain activity, the technology can reconstruct the words a person hears with unprecedented clarity.

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What Is Imprinting?

In psychobiology, imprinting is a form of learning in which a very young animal fixes its attention on the first object with which it has visual, auditory, or tactile experience and thereafter follows that object.

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Sheep Are Able to Recognize Human Faces from Photographs

Sheep can be trained to recognize human faces from photographic portraits -- and can even identify the picture of their handler without prior training -- according to new research from scientists at the University of Cambridge.

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10 High School Dropouts Who Are Now Millionaires

Most people are familiar with some of the more legendary high school dropouts who became wildly successful before they died. McDonald's founder Ray Kroc and Walt Disney both left high school to pursue other interests that became globally-recognized brands...

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Video: The Longest Word in English

If you suffer from hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia, which refers to a fear of long words, this page is not for you. The longest English word spans about fifty-seven pages. It’s the chemical name for the titin protein found in humans. Its full name has 189,819 letters. Would you like to hear it pronounced? Pop some popcorn before you get started!

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Fear of Spiders and Snakes Is Deeply Embedded in Us

Snakes and spiders evoke fear and disgust in many people, even in developed countries where hardly anybody comes into contact with them. Until now, there has been debate about whether this aversion is innate or learned. Scientists have recently discovered that it is hereditary: Even babies feel stressed when seeing these creatures - long before they could have learned this reaction.

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