25 Top Classic American Muscle Cars

Most of us are familiar with term “muscle car,” but many of us are not sure exactly what that term entails. The term is used to describe the American high-performance automobiles that were produced mainly during the sixties and seventies. Destined to satisfy a very niche market, a typical muscle car has a big V8 engine fitted for a two-door, rear wheel drive, family-style midsize or full-size car designed for four or more people. Due to its affordable price, a typical muscle car was constructed for street use and occasional drag racing….READ MORE


11 Extremely Unhealthy Foods You Should Avoid But You Don’t (Because You Can’t)

Fast food concept with greasy fried restaurant take out as onion rings burger and hot dogs with fried chicken french fries and pizza as a symbol of diet temptation resulting in unhealthy nutrition.Drugs, smoking, and alcohol are considered some of the most addictive “habits” of our generation (and generations past), in spite of the fact that nowadays high-tech video games, the Internet, and spending 24/7 with a smartphone in your hand seems to be just as addictive, especially for the younger generations. In our humble opinion, however, two of the most addictive “habits” or, to be more accurate, the two most basic needs of human beings have always been food and of course, sex. Today we are illuminating 11 popular “drugs” from the amazing kingdom of junk food which, as most scientific studies show lately, can kill you just as effectively as drugs, smoking, and alcohol do….READ MORE

25 Undeciphered Writing Systems That We Might Never Figure Out

Minoan art, Crete, Phaistos Disc, possibly dating to the middle or late Minoan Bronze Age (2nd millennium B.C.), Side A, Fired clay, It has 45 hieroglyphic characters engraved on both sides, along with mobile elements in spiral arrangement from the outside toward the center, Archaeological Museum of Heraklion. (Photo by Prisma/UIG/Getty Images)There’s no doubt that without language our world would be a totally different place since most of us agree that language and the written word are the building blocks of human expression. The list of things that would not exist without writing is almost endless: there would be no books, no recorded history, no songs, no newspapers, no magazines, no films, no television programs, no comics, no Internet, and so on. Additionally, before the advent of the telephone people wouldn’t have been able to communicate over long distances through letters if there were no writing systems. Without language and writing we would not be able to fully express our thoughts and feelings, passions and desires….READ MORE