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As our planet whizzes through the vastness of the universe, it comes into contact with all kinds of outer space junk that’s floating through our solar system 24/7/365. Fortunately for us, Earth’s atmosphere takes care of almost all of these … Continue reading →
It was a nerve-wracking day on June 23, 1926 when a group of 8,000 American high school students in 300 locations were all given an assessment exam known as the Scholastic Aptitude Test, which we still know today as the … Continue reading →
It was a glorious day on June 16, 1884 when Coney Island officially opened the Switchback Railway, and amusement parks would never be the same again. The Switchback was the very first roller coaster ever, though you’d barely recognize it … Continue reading →
A horse is a horse, of course, of course…. but it was on June 9, 1973 that a three year old equine by the name of Secretariat ensured his legacy as the most famous horse of his generation. Secretariat won … Continue reading →
It was on June 2, 2012 that the game show world lost one of its biggest stars in English born actor Richard Dawson. Dawson was all over the American telly in the 60’s and 70’s on shows such as Hogan’s … Continue reading →