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How to play at Roket Casino — login, deposits and withdraw 2022

Aussie Rocket Casino Review 2022 Just like its sister sites (Golden Crown Casino, StayCasino, and QB Casino), the Aussie brand Rocket Casino is licensed and...

Heroin Was Initially Marketed As A Cough Suppressant By Bayer AG

From 1898-1910, the German drug company Bayer marketed diacetylmorphine as an over the counter drug under their trademark name Heroin.  The name was derived from the Greek...

Valorant Agent Tier List: How Difficult are the starting Agents?

Valorant is not a normal first-person shooter, as Valorant tries to combine the advantages of other games such as Counter-Strike and Overwatch. With 17 different...

Important Facts and Information about Coronavirus

Coronavirus is a family of different viruses that can trigger someone to suffer from a common cold or other severe ailments such as SARS...

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Inventions: Margarine

Named after the pearly deposits of fatty acid from the Greek margaritēs / márgaron meaning pearl-oyster or pearl, and margarís, meaning palm-tree, margaric acid was discovered in 1813 by...

Misquoted: “Let Them Eat Cake”

“Let them eat cake” is common translation of the French phrase “Qu’ils mangent de la brioche“, and commonly attributed to Queen Marie Antoinette upon learning that the...

Smart Celebs: Dr. Mayim Bialik (aka) Amy Farrah Fowler

Mayim Bialik is best known for her portrayal of the young Bette Midler in 1989′s “Beaches” and went on to star in the popular sitcom...

Accidental Inventions: Microwave Oven

Heating food by microwave was discovered accidentally in 1945 by self-taught American engineer Percy Spencer. Spencer was working with the American company Raytheon on active radar sets...

Cult Heroes: Pudding Guy

In 1999, David Phillips, a civil engineer at UC-Davis, became a cult hero by converting $3,150 worth of Healthy Choice pudding cups into 1.253...

Urban Myths: Humans Use Only 10% of Their Brains

The idea that humans only make use of 10% of their brains is widely perpetuated in popular culture. This concept that large areas of...
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Andy Warhol Shooting

On June 3, 1968, Andy Warhol and art critic/curator Mario Amaya, were shot by Valerie Solanas after she was turned away from Warhol’s Factory...

Rodin’s Age of Bronze

“The Age of Bronze”, Rodin’s first recognized masterpiece sculpture was was exhibited in Brussels and Paris in 1877. The life-sized male nude was such a departure...

Salvador Dali’s Persistence of Memory

Salvador Dali painted “The Persistence of Memory” in 1931 after seeing some Camembert cheese melting in the heat on a hot summer day. Later...

Van Gogh’s Red Vineyard

Vincent van Gogh was not a successful artist during his lifetime and sold only one painting while he was alive. “The Red Vineyard” was...

Art Crime

Italy has by far the most art crime, with approximately 20,000 art thefts reported each year.  Russia has the second most, with approximately 2000...

Oldest Person: Jeanne Louise Calment

Jeanne Louise Calment (21 February 1875 – 4 August 1997) had the longest confirmed human life span in history, living to the age of 122 years,...

Picasso: Nude, Green Leaves and Bust: Highest Selling Painting at Auction

In 2010, Picasso’s, Nude, Green Leaves and Bust sold for $106.5 million US to an anonymous buyer,  setting a record for the sale of...

Edvard Munch’s Graffiti

Edvard Munch’s famous painting The Scream was vandalized  with lightly scrawled graffiti that reads in Norwegian, “Could only have been painted by a madman.”  It is...

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John Lennon – Annie Leibovitz Photo

Born in 1949 in Connecticut, USA Leibovitz studied painting at the San Francisco Art Institute. She became interested in photography  when she lived in...

Hyperrealism

Hyperrealism is a genre of painting and sculpture resembling a high resolution photograph. It is a fully-recognized school of art and is considered to be...

Van Gogh’s Ear: What Really Happened?

There are two schools of thought about how Vincent van Gogh lost part of his left ear on December 23, 1888. Some believe that Paul Gauguin...

Pablo Picasso’s Full Name

Pablo Picasso’s full name was Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Martyr Patricio Clito...

Picasso vs. Braque: Who Can Tell the Difference?

From 1909 – 1914, Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso worked closely together daily to develop Cubism. Both artists produced paintings of monochromatic color and...
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