Man Spends 36 Years Carving Into Mountainside To Provide His Village With Water

A tenacious man named Huang Dafa spent 36 years carving a 10-kilometer water channel. By: Christina Sarich/The Mind Unleashed How much of your life would you give to carve into not one, but three sheer, rocky, mountainside cliffs to provide water to your drought-stricken village? A tenacious man named Huang Dafa …

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Top 100 Must-See Documentaries For People Who Want To Change The World

By Brianna Acuesta at trueactivist.com From sustainability to the education system to protests against the Vietnam War, there’s a documentary here to interest everyone. The idea of changing the world may seem vast and unattainable, but with the many ways people are achieving this on a daily basis, it seems more and more doable as …

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Mysterious: What Aren’t They Telling Us About Antarctica?

What does Secretary of Defense James Forrestal’s suspicious death, German WWII bases and UFO technology, and a US military operation of near 5,000 men engaged in to invade barren lands have in common? Antarctica, of course. ANTARCTICA – The most sadistic of lands; sub-zero temperatures, unforgiving terrain, evil penguins perhaps; Antarctica is …

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11 Very Rare & Fascinating Photos Of Nikola Tesla

By: Arjun Walia via collectove-evolution.com Nikola Tesla’s genius is undeniable, but what separates him from so many other famous figures is his humanity, his desire to do good for the planet and all that live upon it. He was not interested in making money, and according to many, was taken advantage of by …

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This Artwork Is Probably The Most Accurate (And Scary) Portrayal Of Modern Life We’ve Ever Seen

It’s not nice, but it’s certainly close to the mark… Steve Cutts is a London-based illustrator and animator who uses powerful images to criticize the sad state of society. Greed, environmental destruction, junk food and TVconsumption, smartphone addiction and the exploitation of animals are all issues that have inspired his work. Cutts worked in the corporate world …

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