Intense & Gory Workplace Safety Posters From Russia

On June 12, 2016 by Lazer Horse
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In modern Western society, many people believe that “health and safety” has gone “mad.” It certainly does seem that way sometimes. It’s easy to forget just how important H&S truly is. Nowadays, we rarely...

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ULTRA RELIGION: An Attempt To Design A New Religion

On May 29, 2016 by Lazer Horse
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Today, I decided to design a new religion. That’s a bit of a task. So I’m using this article as a kind of sketch pad. I’m going to outline some of my reasons for starting...

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Taoism’s Tao Te Ching (Laozi): Free Full Text

On May 20, 2016 by Lazer Horse
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I’m not one for poring over religious texts; that’s really not my bag. However, I was writing an article about Taoism the other day and liked their vibe. Lao Tzu, the founder of Taoism,...

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Evidence Of Evolution In Action: 3 Examples Of Speciation

On May 8, 2016 by Tim Newman
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In the modern world, there can’t be many scientific theories that face as much public criticism as evolution. Despite strands of evidence from multiple disciplines coalescing to sing the same tune of monkey to man,...

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The Oldest Tune: Hurrian Hymn No. 6

On May 7, 2016 by Lazer Horse
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When it comes to ancient art, there’s nothing quite like the emotion that stirs in you as you stare at an ancient painting on a cave wall. The idea that a human was sat in...

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The Doges Of Venice, A Selection Of Portraits

On May 2, 2016 by Lazer Horse
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Ever heard of the doges of Venice? No, me neither. Well, they were kind of like dukes but more powerful; they were in charge of the watery city from 697 to 1797. All in all, there...

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The Oldest Cartoon On Earth: Fantasmagorie

On April 3, 2016 by Lazer Horse
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Fantasmagorie is considered by many to be the first had-drawn cartoon ever made. It was created in 1908 by French cartoonist Émile Cohl.  Cohl, who was part of the now forgotten Incoherents movement, drew...

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The Legend Of Virginia Hall: The Limping WWII Spy

On March 5, 2016 by Lazer Horse
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Virginia Hall was an impressive human. She worked as a spy during World War II with the British Special Operations Executive (SOE). I reckon, in a straight race, Virginia Hall would count as one...

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Syrian Conflict Drone Footage

The Remains of Syrian Cities: Drone Footage

On February 6, 2016 by Lazer Horse
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The war in Syria has been hurtling on for years. The origins of the conflict are complicated and involve multiple players. The initial belligerents were those who wanted to depose President Assad and his family...

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Breeching And Unbreeching: Boys Dressed As Girls

On February 6, 2016 by Lazer Horse
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Across the Western world, from the mid-1500s up until the early 20th century, the appropriate clothing for a little boy was significantly different to today’s mainstream choices. Nowadays, a baby boy would never think of leaving...

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