History

V-J Day, Japan Surrenders to the U.S. 70 Years Ago
Today, August 14th is V-J Day. The day Japan surrendered to the United States and officially ended WWII. It is called "Victory In Japan Day or "Victory Over Japan Day". There are three dates that relate to V-J Day, confusing but here what happened.
Rare Historic Photos
Here are some ‘unusual’ and ‘historic’ photos to look at. See a world record 425lb sea bass. An historic moment when John F. Kennedy Jr. salutes his Fathers coffin. Check-out the first plastic surgery done in 1917 and soldiers peeling onions while wea…
North Korea to Make It’s Own Time Zone
North Korea now wants to turn back time by a half of hour. The government announced on Friday that it would create its own time zone — “Pyongyang time” — and set its clocks 30 minutes behind those of South Korea and Japan.
Earth May Run Out of Gold in 20 Years
Seems hard to believe because it’s been around for so long, but experts predict the world has about 20 years’ worth of minable gold left. Gold has been the sign of wealth for 4,000 years and this year may be when it sees its peak.
Mars Rover Travels a Marathon
The Mars rover has been on the red planet for 11 years and this past Tuesday it ran a marathon. It traveled 26.2 miles on the surface of Mars becoming the first human creation to do so.

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