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  • Most of the facts surrounding the “unsinkable” RMS Titanic are quite well-documented. We know, for example, that construction of the ship began on March 31, 1909, and $7.5 million later, it was completed on April 2nd, 1912.

    Most of the facts surrounding the “unsinkable” RMS Titanic are quite well-documented. We know, for example, that construction of the ship began on March 31, 1909, and $7.5 million later, it was completed on April 2nd, 1912.

    Wild New Theory About The Titanic Suggests That The Ship Never Really Sank

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  • Most of the facts surrounding the “unsinkable” RMS Titanic are quite well-documented. We know, for example, that construction of the ship began on March 31, 1909, and $7.5 million later, it was completed on April 2nd, 1912.

    Most of the facts surrounding the “unsinkable” RMS Titanic are quite well-documented. We know, for example, that construction of the ship began on March 31, 1909, and $7.5 million later, it was completed on April 2nd, 1912.

    Wild New Theory About The Titanic Suggests That The Ship Never Really Sank

    Posted by Geeky Duck · 0 Points

  • 13. Take a closer look at this mathematics teacher’s goatee: can you guess what day it was when this picture was taken? That’s right: it was March 14, otherwise known as 3/14, otherwise known as Pi Day, which celebrates the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter (3.14159). How festive!

    13. Take a closer look at this mathematics teacher’s goatee: can you guess what day it was when this picture was taken? That’s right: it was March 14, otherwise known as 3/14, otherwise known as Pi Day, which celebrates the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter (3.14159). How festive!

    16 Brilliant Teachers Who Might Be The Greatest In The World

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  • 5. Tritium: $30,000 per gram. This rare gas is used in some lighting fixtures, though not the ones in your home. You probably wouldn’t want to pay the cool $15 million that it takes to accumulate a pound of the stuff!

    5. Tritium: $30,000 per gram. This rare gas is used in some lighting fixtures, though not the ones in your home. You probably wouldn’t want to pay the cool $15 million that it takes to accumulate a pound of the stuff!

    The Most Valuable Substance On Earth Isn’t What People Think

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  • A behavior that was first documented only back in 2008

    A behavior that was first documented only back in 2008

    Photographer Captures Incredibly Rare Sight Of Sperm Whales Sleeping

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