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The inventions that were supposed to transform the world

¬†Henry Ford predicted in the 1940s that there would be a mass market for bird cars, but never did that and all attempts to invent a suitable model failed. Initial models such as Iroquois and new inventions like the I-Tec Maverick never came to a place. But Ford’s prediction may be different in the not-so-distant future. Several car makers are ...

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Those who became victims of fashion

In the early eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, a kind of cover appeared in women that involved young girls. These clothes were very light because of the fabric they were wearing, and wearing the clothes while wet was the most beautiful of the fabric. Of course, this model of clothing was not suitable for cold regions, but girls preferred to get ...

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10 Expensive Universities in the World

 This is the university that had produced one of the famous and brightest alumni, Alexander Graham Bell. The primary purpose for founding this university is to make education open to all equally.Payment for British and European students is around 9,000 pound sterling while the tuition for international students is around $31,000. It includes already fees for travel expenses, housing, insurance ...

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Get familiar with keyboard shortcuts

Voters of Windows users: We all know that the Ctrl + Z role in Windows is one or more steps backward, but did you know that the shortcut keys are the opposite of this? With Ctrl + Y, we can go one or more steps forward. For Mac users: Command + Shift + Z

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What countries allow birthright citizenship?

Under the 1977 Act, people born on Canadian soil, in the Canadian Sea, or in the airspace of Canada on or after February 15, 1977, are granted citizenship of Canada. Exceptions include the children of foreign governments or employees of foreign governments in Canada.

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