If you’re a fan of the History Channel, you’re probably already familiar with gangs and gang culture in the United States. For everyone else, here’s a primer on gang activity and how to be safe. Make sure you stay away from bad neighborhoods and watch for signs of gang activity at all times.
Long before people started streaming pornography to their mobile phones, cave men were painting depictions of sexual acts on cave walls. Man has always been intrigued by things of sexual nature and it’s present today than ever before simply because it is so easly attainable thanks to advancements in technology. Here are some numbers behind […]
You may not be a vampire, phlebotomist, or hematologist, or even know what all those words mean, but you can still learn about blood! You may know there are different types of blood – you may even know your own type – but did you also know that, according to the Japanese, your blood type […]
Explaining what the banks don’t want you to know may shatter most of the public’s religiously entrenched assumptions about money and banking. Check this interesting and really big infographic!
U.S.Army intelligence analyst Bradley Manning used his high-security clearance to acces classified documents – including over 150,000 State Department cables – which he is now charged with making public via whistleblower site WikiLeaks.org. Security breaches don’t happen only to governments; they happen to companies, institutions and individuals too. Thirty million Americans become victims of identity […]
Death is an experience that we’re all going to have at one point or another. Why not take a few minutes to learn some interesting and some truly bizarre facts about death, dying, and the dead?
This White House is about the most famous house in the world and a symbol of the American people. Like the nation it represents, the White House is filled with unexpected surprises and a rich history. The infographic below sheds interesting facts about the White House.
The Asian longhorned beetle (Anoplophora glabripennis) poses a serious threat to hardwood trees and wood products. The beetle kills New York City trees by boring into trunks and branches and has no known natural predator in the United States. If the beetle becomes established nationwide, it could cause more damage than Dutch elm disease, chestnut […]