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  • Posthumous marriage
    if a couple dies together before marrying, their parents will arrange posthumous marriage for them. Or if one of them dies earlier, the living girlfriend or boyfriend might propose posthumous marriage in the name of love and fidelity. As a result, you may see a combination of funeral and wedding, in which people mourn forContinue reading “Posthumous marriage”
  • Charles Bonnet Syndrome
    Visual release hallucinations, also known as Charles Bonnet syndrome or CBS, are a type of psychophysical visual disturbance in which a person with partial or severe blindness experiences visual hallucinations.First described by Charles Bonnet in 1760, the term Charles Bonnet syndrome was first introduced into English-speaking psychiatry in 1982.A related type of hallucination that alsoContinue reading “Charles Bonnet Syndrome”
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    The Mariana Trench or Marianas Trench is located in the western Pacific Ocean about 200 kilometres (124 mi) east of the Mariana Islands; it is the deepest oceanic trench on Earth. It is crescent-shaped and measures about 2,550 km (1,580 mi) in length and 69 km (43 mi) in width. The maximum known depth isContinue reading
  • Psorophora Ciliata
    Psorophora ciliata is a species of large mosquito indigenous to the United States east of the continental divide. It is one of thirteen species of the genus that reside in the continental United States.[2] The mosquito has been referred to as the “gallinipper” or “shaggy-legged gallinipper” due to its tendency for aggressive behavior.
  • Dargavs village: The city of dead
    REACHING THIS MYSTIFYING DESTINATION REQUIRES a three-hour drive, taking you down a dangerous and hidden road befitting a journey to the City of the Dead. The village of Dargavs, or the City of the Dead, has an ancient cemetery where people that lived in the valley buried their loved ones along with their clothes andContinue reading “Dargavs village: The city of dead”
  • Library of Alexandria
    The Great Library of Alexandria in Alexandria, Egypt, was one of the largest and most significant libraries of the ancient world. The Library was part of a larger research institution called the Mouseion, which was dedicated to the Muses, the nine goddesses of the arts. The idea of a universal library in Alexandria may haveContinue reading “Library of Alexandria”
  • Sun Cruise Hotel
    Sun Cruise Resort & Yacht is a hotel resort in Jeongdongjin on the east coast of South Korea. Designed in the image of a cruise ship, notably the Royal Caribbean International Sovereign class, the hotel is 165 metres (541 ft) long and 45 metres (148 ft) tall and overlooks the beach resort.Built at the topContinue reading “Sun Cruise Hotel”
  • Norilsk oil spill
    The Norilsk diesel oil spill was an industrial disaster near Norilsk, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia. It began on 29 May 2020 when a fuel storage tank at Norilsk-Taimyr Energy’s Thermal Power Plant No. 3 (owned by Nornickel) failed, flooding local rivers with up to 17,500 tonnes of diesel oil.President Vladimir Putin declared a state of emergencyContinue reading “Norilsk oil spill”
  • Electrified road
    An electric road, eroad, or electric road system (ERS) is a road which supplies electric power to vehicles travelling on it. Common implementations are overhead power lines above the road and ground-level power supply through conductive rails or inductive coils embedded in the road. Overhead power lines are limited to commercial vehicles while ground-level powerContinue reading “Electrified road”
  • Anne Makosinski
    Ann Makosinski is a Canadian inventor and public speaker. She is best known for her invention of the thermoelectric flashlight in 2011.