World Trade Center Jumper, (The falling Man) people were blown out, fell trying to get air, or made the decision to to jump other than being burn't to death. they fell at 150 mph, for 10 second before dying on impact.

World Trade Center Jumper, (The falling Man) people were blown out, fell trying to get air, or made the decision to to jump other than being burn't to death. they fell at 150 mph, for 10 second before dying on impact.

Amazing Findings In China

Amazing Findings In China

Photo: Zhang Xiaoli/Xinhua Archaeologists in Luoyang, China, dug up 5 chariots and 12 horse skeletons from a tomb. The photos over at National Geographic are fantastic, but can someone explain to me why the skeletons of the horses are flat? Link...

Due scheletri abbracciati da 6000 anni. Sono stati trovati a Valdaro, in una zona industriale vicino Mantova durante alcuni scavi

Due scheletri abbracciati da 6000 anni. Sono stati trovati a Valdaro, in una zona industriale vicino Mantova durante alcuni scavi

Borth beach in mid west Wales ~ child footprints from BRONZE AGE ~  (3,000+ years ago) The area pictured once was a forest which was gradually waterlogged with peat growth. A number of finds in the area included a Mesolithic composite tool of antler, two flints, an auroch (extinct ox) skeleton and a piece of antler.

Ancient footprints found in peat at Borth beach

Borth beach in mid west Wales ~ child footprints from BRONZE AGE ~ (3,000+ years ago) The area pictured once was a forest which was gradually waterlogged with peat growth. A number of finds in the area included a Mesolithic composite tool of antler, two flints, an auroch (extinct ox) skeleton and a piece of antler.

U.S. reinforcements wade through the surf as they land at Normandy in the days following the Allies' June 1944, D-Day invasion of occupied France. (AP)

D-Day Anniversary Marked With Release Of Rare Color Photos

U.S. reinforcements wade through the surf as they land at Normandy in the days following the Allies' June 1944, D-Day invasion of occupied France. (AP)

Women comprise just 6.3% of China's prison population. If trends continue, within five years, China will imprison more women than the United States, home to the world's largest prison population.

Why is China's female prison population growing?

Women comprise just 6.3% of China's prison population. If trends continue, within five years, China will imprison more women than the United States, home to the world's largest prison population.

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