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TODAY IN THE HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY

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Why Did the Tyrannosaurus Rex Have Short Arms?

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Why is a kit-kat bar called a kit-kat bar? Why not a puppy-dog...



Why is a kit-kat bar called a kit-kat bar? Why not a puppy-dog bar? Or a bit-bat bar? It all has to do with a certain London club…

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On Sept. 6, 1901, an anarchist from Michigan gunned down the popular president McKinley in the...

On Sept. 6, 1901, an anarchist from Michigan gunned down the popular president McKinley in the Temple of Music at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo. But where it happened is hardly preserved. That “Temple of Music” was basically a fancy temporary fair tent. It was already wearing down due to recent rains. It didn’t help that after the assassination, souvenir-hunters began taking chunks of wood from its sides. The Temple of Music was dismantled after the Pan-American Exposition closed. Buffalo put a plaque in its statehouse, where McKinley lay in state. Nothing exists on the exact spot McKinley was killed.

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Tips Lead To Vanished Arctic Exploration Ship After 168 Years

Tips Lead To Vanished Arctic Exploration Ship After 168 Years:

The Terror, a British ship, and all 129 of her crew, vanished while searching for a Northwest Passage. Thanks to a tip from a local Inuit hunter, Canadian authorities believe it has been found.

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TODAY IN THE HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGYVisit –>...



TODAY IN THE HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY

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