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Unidentified Flying Water Droplet

We’ve had UFOs and Water Droplets, but never before have we seen an Unidentified Flying Water Droplet! Even if this is just an area of land that Google hasn’t got the image for, then what happened? How did the satellite…

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Friday, 5th January 2007

Churchill Downs

Churchill Downs race track hosts the Kentucky Derby on the first Saturday in May each year, which means that the 131st Kentucky Derby should be starting in a few hours. The record for Derby attendance is 163,628 in 1974 and…

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Saturday, 7th May 2005
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On this day: The Main Branch of the NY Public Library Opened

On May 23, 1911, the imposing Main Branch of the New York Public Library was opened to the public, with…

Population: One

Recently the town of Burford, Wyoming made the headlines when it was sold for $900,000, which isn’t a bad price…

On this day: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was Born

On May 22, 1859, the author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was born in Edinburgh. 221B Baker Street is, of course,…

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