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Survivalists' Guide for the New Millennium: Chapter 6
AS THE WORM TURNS Health and well being are part of the natural birthright of the human being. With all of its organs intact, the right diet, exercise and mental focus, a human body can overcome any disease. Even so, the effects of living in this...
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Erect Spider Penis Preserved Forever in Amber
A male daddy longlegs spider's amorous moment some 99 million years ago in modern-day Burma was captured forever in amber, according to a new study reported in National Geographic. Researchers from the Berlin Museum for Natural History conducted ...
Tetanus, the Grinning Death
Sir Charles Bell was a surgeon, professor of anatomy, and prolific writer and artist. He also made multiple invaluable and ground-breaking discoveries in the field of neurology. Read more here.
The Inheritance of Syphilis
Besides providing treatment for people infected with syphilis, the Hôpital Saint-Louis also contained an impressive museum collection of moulages, wax models used to teach anatomy to medical students and artists. These moulages presented various ...
Built-to-Last Beastie Gave Rise to Insects, Spiders and Shellfish
An otherworldly creature that lived a half billion years ago is helping scientists to recreate what the common ancestor of insects, spiders, scorpions and crustaceans looked like.
'Centipede from Hell' Found in World's Deepest Caves
Lurking in some of the world's deepest caves is the aptly named Hades centipede, just discovered in Croatia. The centipede, whose name refers to the Greek god of the underworld, is a top predator in caves that are located nearly 4,700 feet beneath the ...

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