40 years since the Fall of Saigon and we still remember the dream they left behind. (Quotes from West End musical Miss Saigon)
Invasive surgeries and other shocking experiments were “commonplace” on slaves before the Civil War, according to a sweeping new survey of old medical journals.
Take a tour through 13.8 billion years to see where you belong in the great scheme of history. One line of pixels is 100,000 years. See you at the bottom!
There’s a whole bunch to worry about.
If they’d listened, they’d never have invented the airplane.
How diverse is TV actually?
Are you a cannasseur? A pot sommelier? A skunkologist?
Ten topics, five questions each. You can use a pen and paper if you like.
If you HAD to pick.
Men show the progression of popular facial hair in the USA.
“I saw the Prince Of Egypt…”
A diverse group of women show just how much women’s makeup has changed through the ages.
California’s current drought is certainly historic. But how historic is it?
For the past century, scientists have dismissed the brontosaurus as not a real dinosaur. Now an international team of paleontologists thinks it’s time to make the beloved beast official once more.
We’re only talking about the first three movies here, because Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was a travesty.
“This is not a real word!”
The whole wide world poops.
That’s SO ’90s!
Even 500 years after his death, the king’s supporters still kept the faith – and now they have had their vindication. BuzzFeed News talked to the Richard III super-fans on their day of jubilee.
New exhibition reveals another side of Australian history.
Dead babes we’d bang.
Ancient sex toys!?
Emoji have played a pivotal part in our great history. Join us as we peek into their storied and celebrated past.
He had a vision, and more.
Relativity? “Nothing more than an accumulation of artificial formulas based on arbitrary definitions.”
Art lovers of the world unite!
Scottish, Cornish, Welsh, Orcadian — Brits hailing from specific regions of the country have telltale genetic signatures, finds a groundbreaking new study. This gush of DNA data offers a time-machine ride through the history of Britain.
Why did Karl Marx dislike Earl Grey tea? Because all proper tea is theft.