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Archaeologists Discover 800-Year-Old Indigenous Clay Pot. What They Found Inside Is Altering History.

It all began eight years ago, when a team of archaeologists were digging in the First Nation Menominee reservation in Minnesota and stumbled upon a small clay pot. The excavators carefully and gently brushed away the dirt from their extraordinary find, but they didn’t immediately understand its significance. In 2015, however, everything changed. That’s when their find – …

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10 Missing Persons Presumed Dead, Then Found Alive After Decades Of Mystery

Police say that the chances of finding a missing person are greatest in the first 48 hours after their disappearance. So what happens when they aren’t found? The case grows cold and they are presumed dead. And, more mystifying still, what if, after years of being assumed to be dead, they resurface? Discover the facts about ten bizarre cold cases of people who …

By Hailey Cohen
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This Girl Stumbled On Abandoned Home. She Was Shocked At What She Found Inside

With its overgrown vines, sagging roof, peeling paint, wild tangle of plants and its eerie stillness, Leslie David thought she’d found the perfect abandoned house. Who wouldn’t? The place was a wreck. She brought her camera, as she always did on these expeditions, and slipped inside the deserted house to explore. She tiptoed through each room, snapping artful …

By Hailey Cohen
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This Ungodly Fruit Is Now A Sustainable Material. This Company Raised $40M To Manufacture It

Brooklyn-based startup Modern Meadows has raised $4o million in funding to grow their biofabricated leather company from research and development to expanding their lab and design studio, doing additional hiring, and building their first factory. By 2018, global sales of leather goods including apparel, luggage and accessories, is projected to hit $91 billion. With their collagen production and …

By Olivia Janisch
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This Teacher Wanted To Stop School Bullying. What She Did Next Was Incredible

  A teacher in Birmingham, UK used a very tangible and touching example of the devastating effects bullying has on children. Before a class discussion on bullying, she took two shiny red apples and repeatedly dropped one on the floor so that it would bruise inside, but on the outside looked identical to the non-dropped …

By Olivia Janisch