The First Chinese man in Space Yang Liwei

In October 2003, PR China has become the third country in history that has managed to send a man into space. Read the rest of this entry »

The First Supersonic Car in History – ThrustSSC

On 16 October 1997 was achieved today current world speed record for a vehicle on the ground. Read the rest of this entry »

5 Useful Ways To Spend Table Salt

1. Fruits and vegetables plunge in slightly salted water until they are preparing for the cooking to prevent darkening. Read the rest of this entry »

Visit The ‘Cursed’ Island of Mutilated Dolls

If you are bored with the usual tourist route where more yawning than admiring the local landscape, then the Island Puppet place to go. Read the rest of this entry »

Largest and Best Preserved Tyrannosaurus Rex Skeleton “Sue”

On August 12, in 1990. was discovered the largest and best preserved yet found Read the rest of this entry »

Largest Nuclear Explosion in Space – 1.4 Megatons

On July 9, 1962 occurred in the largest nuclear explosion that humanity has ever performed in space. In fact, Americans are in the vicinity of Earth detonated a thermonuclear bomb forces even 1.4 megatons Read the rest of this entry »

Who is Eunice Kennedy Shriver – Special Olympics Founder

On July 10, 1921 was born Eunice Kennedy – sister of President John F. Kennedy, and the fifth child of his parents. Read the rest of this entry »

British Universal Bren Gun, Cavalry and Scout Carrier

The Bren Carrier

Prior to November 1937, British Vickers-Armstrongs had produced a prototype carrier named the Bren No1 Mk I which had been based on the Armoured Machine Gun Carrier. It had a mild steel hull and was probably a prototype model as no records seem to exist showing production numbers. Read the rest of this entry »

GMC 6×6 Cargo Army Truck in WW2

When the US Army Quartermaster Corps began developing its so-called ‘Standard Fleet’ around 1928, the 60 or so vehicles included were broken into five groups numbered I to 5, each roughly corresponding to a weight class. Read the rest of this entry »

British Churchill ARV MK I Tank

The term ARV armoured recovery vehicle had not then been adopted but in any case, when the recovery vehicle was just another fighting tank temporarily adapted for the role, it was hardly necessary. Read the rest of this entry »

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