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To Taste or Not to Taste

We have all heard of taste buds, when something is sugary or sweet and when something is sour, but surprisingly it is more interesting than just that. Some of us undoubtedly won't know that there are 'salty' and 'bitter' taste buds as well (and yes there are...

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Gerry Cooney

In a thirteen year career spanning from 1977-90, Gerry Cooney amassed twenty-eight wins in thirty -one contests; his rare defeats were to top rated contenders and fighters already known for their credibility and style. Winning his first ten bouts by knockout (and all...

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Jack Dempsey-Georges Carpentier Fight 1921

As 90, 000 eager fans congregated into the specially created stadium and receipts for the fight grossed over $1.6milliion, the two fighters, one American the champion, and another a Frenchman the challenger, made their way to the ring. Three hundred reporters...

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The Myth of Ancient Greece as a True Democracy

With the collapse of the economy in 2007-08, nationwide protests, closure of several banks across the country, wide ranging tax increases and recession by 2015, observers said this was the end of the place which introduced democracy. However, just how representative,...

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Donald Trump and Negotiation

Waving to crowds from the comfort of the oval office, the 45th President of the United States must have realised his real test was about to begin and soon. For all the fanfare and jubilation of the day, serious business with Heads of State, international delegates and...

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The Strange World of Scientology

"Scientology or "the study of truth" as it is defined, calls itself the "fastest-growing religion in the world." Born in 1954, the cult claims membership in millions across 165 different countries and eighty-five hundred Scientology churches, missions, and outreach...

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India, What’s in a name

It was a Sanskrit word, ‘Sindhu’, meaning ‘river frontier’ that the current name, ‘India’ is from. The ‘Rig Veda’, one of India’s earliest texts speaks of a land called Sapta-Sindhava, which is today the Punjab. It was formerly the land of seven rivers. In the modern...

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Ezzard Charles, The Cincinatti Cobra

As he stood victorious in the ring after hearing the verdict over the once great unbeaten champion, tears may have fallen inside him. His opponent had been his childhood idol, a hero to his race and a cherished and much loved American. The defeated man, Joe Louis, or...

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Ajar; The African ancestor of Malcolm X

As he ran faster and faster, feverishly looking behind to see no one had seen him, fatigue eventually forced him to stop. It had only been a short distance from the farm where he had worked earlier in the day as a slave. Years had passed and he had aged but time was...

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Oscar Bonavena; The Argentine Strong Boy

Known as ‘Ringo’ for his beatle’s haircut and also as the ‘Argentine Strong Boy’, he defeated Zora Foley, George Chuvalo, Leotis Martin and Karl Mildenberger. He was both Heavyweight Champion of Argentina as well as South America. Like his famous predecessor, Luis...

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Marvin Hart-Jack Johnson Fight, 28th March 1905

The debate rages on to this day. Should Jack Johnson have been given the opportunity to fight for the Heavyweight Title against the reigning white champion of the day; James Jeffries. The former had both wins and losses to his name, had been in the ring for eleven...

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Pakistan’s Nuclear Programme, A History

From the 1940s until the 1970s, Pakistan pursued a policy of strict non production of Nuclear weapons technology. It was among the few states that actively sought limitation and non proliferation of the nuclear arms race and was opposed to production by anyone...

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Cannabis-Lethal Drug or Useful Treatment

It was used for centuries to cure Asthma, sleeplessness, nausea and dysentery. It is claimed it can relieve pain from anorexia, epilepsy and mood disorders and was used to great effect by British doctors until 1971, when it became illegal to prescribe as a medicine....

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Babe Ruth

Born into poverty in 1895 and raised in obscure surroundings among total strangers, George Herman ‘Babe’ Ruth rose to become a ‘living legend’ and major icon of Roaring Twenties America. Babe Ruth, the eldest of eight children, was born in his grandparents home and...

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Alexander and the Invasion of Arabia

After crossing the Indus River and conquering Punjab in present day Pakistan, Alexander the Macedonian King of Greece was ready to return to Europe. He had long since completed his original goal of subjugating and dismantling the Persian Empire and avenging an...

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The Sultan of Brunei

Sir Muda Hassanul Bolkiah Mu’izzaddin Waddaaaulah (1946-) or better known more simply as the Sultan of Brunei, has ruled the Oil Rich Microstate in Southeast Asia since 1967. He provides free education and healthcare for the citizens of his country, has waived income...

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China, A Population Study

This country has 1.3 billion people as of 2017. Its rate of increase is 44, 100 new babies a day and 17 million people a year making it the most populated nation on the planet. The current population is greater than the whole World 150 years ago. It is the third...

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