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New Study Says Heavy Rains Will Continue To Intensify Around The World

New Study Says Heavy Rains Will Continue To Intensify Around The World

A new study published at the beginning of the month in the journal Water Resources Research shows that torrential rains have become...
The Museum Intended To Last Until The Year 6000

The Museum Intended To Last Until The Year 6000

The story of the Museum of History in Granite began back in 1971, when Jacques-André Istel decided to take himself and his then bride-to-be...
Connie Chan Changed The Way Andreessen Horowitz Chooses Their General Partners

Connie Chan Changed The Way Andreessen Horowitz Chooses Their General Partners

Connie Chan is now a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz and she leads the company’s Asia network. Before her, the company stood by a...
The Number 11 Has a Special Significance in Solothurn

The Number 11 Has a Special Significance in Solothurn

The town of Solothurn was founded by the Romans 2,000 years ago and is home to 11 churches, 11 chapels, 11 fountains, 11 towers,...
Children of Holocaust Survivors Have Inherited Concentration Camp “Brain Damage” According to Study

Children of Holocaust Survivors Have Inherited Concentration Camp “Brain Damage” According to Study

The findings of researchers at Masaryk University’s Research Center for Neuroscience in the Czech Republic have found that the mental health of...