Solvay Conference Colored

The Solvay Conference: Gathering of Some of the Most Intelligent People on the Planet

The Solvay Conference was founded in 1912 by Belgian industrialist Ernest Solvay. It was considered a turning point in the physics world. Held in Brussels, the conferences were devoted to preeminent open problems in both...

 

Jack Dempsey vs Jess Willard, Heavyweight Championship of the World, 1919

Reigning heavyweight champion stood 6’6″ and 225 pounds when he climbed into the ring to fight Jack Dempsey in 1919. His reputation preceded him as he had previously fought a boxer named John “Bull”...

 

An Original “Schindler’s List” Expected to Fetch $2.4m at Auction

One of the authentic “Schindler’s lists,” the papers used by the German industrialist Oskar Schindler to save the lives of more than 1,200 Jews during the Holocaust, is up for sale. The document, memorialized in the...

 

300 Years Worth of Experience and Life Lessons

Cliff, Tereza, and John are the three centenarians featured in this short film produced by LifeHunters, and together they offer insightful advice, charming anecdotes, and heart breaking memories. While no two lives will ever...

 

The Iconic Jacqueline Kennedy in 25 Photos

Jacqueline Kennedy was an undeniable role model to women in the 1960s. She was not an heiress, as some believe, nor was she a stranger to hard work. She was a style icon to be sure – but what women of the era related most...

 

Stump Houses from the Past

The Pacific Northwest saw some of the most significant number of settlers looking for a new life all through the nineteenth century, however, the journey from moving towards the Northwest to a peaceful life in the serene...

 

The Story of The Luckiest Unlucky Man To Ever Live

Frane Selak is called the world’s luckiest unlucky man. The Croatian music teacher has cheated death seven times. He’s been in a train wreck, an airplane crash, a bus crash, his car blew up a few times, he was hit by...

 

26 Incredible Women in Math and Science You Probably Haven’t Heard Of #WomenInHistory

In celebration of #WomensHistoryMonth we bring forward a collection of short biographies compiled by Auberdesigns. This series brings to our attention the extraordinary achievements and contribution of women to the field...

 

Fearless Women of World War II: Krystyna Skarbek / Christine Granville

Krystyna Skarbek was born in Poland and managed to get to England after her country fell to the Germans in World War II. She wasted no time in volunteering to be a spy, and even offered up a plan for her first mission. She...

 

13 Badass Men from History

Other Badass Stories: -The Dr. Who Operates on Himself to Remove His Own Appendix -The Arctic Explorer Who Was Burried in a Blizzard and Used His Frozen Poop to Escape -One of The Greatest Spies in American History -The Soldier...

 
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