In the 1849 California Gold Rush, many men became obscenely wealthy as a result of finding gold either above or deep within the ground. Even more men had their lives destroyed by the events of the ...
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Few things stand the test of time. Stone castles built to withstand the onslaught of war now hunker in the European countryside, their facades crumbling against the ravages of time. The Colossus of ...
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Our God is a loving god. However, he is also God, and his ways are higher than ours. There are times he needs to exert his might so that humanity will remember that he is God. His FURNACE of creation ...
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People do crazy things. There is no illusion involved when swallowing a sword. Hot coals? They really are hot, and people do walk on them with bare feet. Tightrope walking over deep chasms without a ...

Ice storms decimated the Central United States in December of 2013. Four inches of ice and sleet followed by four days of sub-freezing weather, and a quarter of the country was locked up tight. Those ...
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In 1938, Orson Welles had a brilliant idea. He took a popular book and turned it into a radio play, convincing many of his listeners that Earth had actually been invaded by Martians. He was immensely ...

In December 2013, Southwest Airlines Flight 504 left Raleigh-Durham for Houston in a 145 mph headwind. The airline knew the winds were there, and even before boarding the airplane, the passengers ...
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In the coldest depths of winter, there is only one garment that offers total protection. It is the ANORAK. More than a coat, and different than a parka, an ANORAK was invented by the Caribou Inuit ...
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