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Unveiled: World's oldest pair of roller skates - as worn by the big wheels of Victorian business

A rare pair of 'Road Rollers' have been unveiled at a British museum. The contraptions were popular with businessmen in Victorian times, who skated to work.

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from BBC News

Slime mould prefers sedatives, say researchers

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The Baltic Sea Anomaly - 2014, 14,000 Year Fossilized UFO/USO crash site, Shag Harbour Incident, Stunning Discoveries | Beyond Science

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Helmets, grenades and guns have become enmeshed with trees in Russia

Echo of war: Described by a web user as a Mannlicher Carcano rifle circa 1891, this rusted out weapon has embedded itself in the trunk of a tree growing in a Russian forest

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The last of the women with bound feet: 102-year-old whose toes were be

Chinese women with the smallest feet were given the greatest chance of living a life of luxury and wealth but the process and results were agonising and dangerous.

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from The Huffington Post

Parallel Universes 'Exist And Interact' Says Landmark Study

Parallel Universes mathematically proved! Great news. An untold supply of headaches for future students!

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from BBC News

Mystery of dinosaur with giant arms solved

The "unusual, horrible hands" dinosaur, Deinocheirus mirificus, had eight foot long forearms. And now scientists think it looks something like this.

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from Mail Online

Meet Yoda the cat with FOUR ears

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from BBC News

Frederick Kempster - the 'English Giant'?

He was known as the English Giant, but could also have been called the Friendly Giant. He was Frederick John Kempster, and he joined Astley and Company's American Circus at Chigwell in Essex as a professional giant in June 1911 - not as a "freak" but because he loved people. "It is said he was a happy, well-adjusted chap who liked to talk to the public," said his great-nephew Jim Kempster.

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