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  • Tears might be a welcome relief from eye irritants or an unwelcome proof of an emotion we'd rather keep to ourselves. Different types of tears not only serve different purposes, but they're made up of different substances. The post The Different Types Of Tears appeared first on KnowledgeNuts.

  • 4G stands for 'Fourth Generation' while LTE is short for 'Long Term Evolution'. If that doesn't make it clear, don't worry, very few people actually understand the difference. 4G is an umbrella term that was created by 'The International Telecommunications Union-Radio (ITU-R) ' in 2008. The post The Difference Between 4G and LTE appeared first on KnowledgeNuts.

  • Bermuda Triangle is a well-traversed shipping route in the North Atlantic ocean. It covers 270,000 square miles between Florida, the island of Bermuda and Puerto Rico and is referred to as the ‘Devils Triangle”. Since the term... The post The Bemuda Triangle Is Not So Mysterious appeared first on KnowledgeNuts.

  • Both feminists and womanists have a very similar goal - so similar, you could almost call it the same. The true difference between the two schools of thought lies in racial and social standing. The post The Difference Between Feminists and Womanists appeared first on KnowledgeNuts.

  • In simple terms, a hazard is a dangerous situation or event that carries a threat to humans. A disaster is an event that actually harms humans and disrupts the operations of society. Hazards will be considered... The post The Difference Between Hazards And Disasters appeared first on KnowledgeNuts.

  • There are a confirmed 16 trees in the world that produce 40 types of fruit each year. No, it’s not a natural miracle, but rather a man-made art installation. Pennsylvanian artist Sam Van Aken created a tree that bears 40 types... The post The Tree of 40 Fruits appeared first on KnowledgeNuts.

  • During 1932 in Australia, military troops were deployed to fight a war on the giant Emu bird. Shortly after WWI, soldiers had returned to their farms and were struggling to make ends meet. To make things worse, a migratory mob of Emus descended... The post The Great Emu War – Man vs Bird appeared first on KnowledgeNuts.

  • Back in the 19th century, some books were bound in a peculiar type of leather. Human skin, sourced from unfortunate and unwilling souls was used to bind medical books and personal journals. The practice is called Anthropodermic bibliopegy... The post Anthropodermic Bibliopegy – Binding Books In Human Skin appeared first on KnowledgeNuts.

  • At least three innocent Afghans were murdered by U.S Army soldiers in 2010. The killings were dubbed the ‘Maywand District killings’ and were orchestrated by a group of 12 soldiers. The post American ‘Kill Squad’ Collected Human Trophies In The Afghanistan War appeared first on KnowledgeNuts.

  • In 1352, Italy was a mess of political agendas and feuding families. The two city-states of Bologna and Modena had been rivals for years. Backed by the Pope and the Roman Emperor respectively... The post The Medieval War That Started Over A Bucket appeared first on KnowledgeNuts.

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