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The soviet behemoth -- KV VI

Imagine taking two regular KV-1 tanks, slicing them through the middle, and finally welding them back together. Better yet, keep both turrets, add some rockets and a central machine gun , along with three 150mm guns and you get the feared "soviet land-battleship" , KV (Kliment Voroshilov) 6. Nicknamed the "Behemoth" by Soviet land forces, this tank was created with the intent to push on to Berlin. Single handedly, the amazing firepower wielded by the Kv-6 would have been ear shattering, but the fact that only 120mm of frontal armour were present meant it was in no way on par with the maus or e100 prototypes. KV-6 The three turreted design was really a playoff on the success of the t-28 prototype in testing. Although an abysmally unreliable tank on the battlefield, the ability to use two cannons on separate turrets proved effective, unless the tank broke down before it got...
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Tog II

We already told you about the maus , the e-100 , the lowe and the t28/95  , but today we will talk about a super-heavy tank that would have put devastating amounts of fears into the hearts of people prior to world war II-- too bad it was built during world war II -_-. Today we are talking about a British super-heavy tank project , which obviously reflected their archaic concept of "trench warfare" in an era of fast movement and air superiority. Starting back in early 1941, the Tog II super heavy tank was ordered by numerous branches of allied armed forces ( following the success *cough* of the tog I ). The tog II was designed to literally topple all enemy tanks in length , although the width was rather average. In fact, the tog was the 4th largest tank prototype ever built in history. The only other competitors...
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vk3601h -Henschel-

In 1942, the panzer4 medium tank no longer cut it for the German army. As such , all assemblies had to move forward, pushing out innovation after innovation every year. Amongs these came the vk3000 (medium) series , as oppose to the 1000 light and 4000 heavy series. Of these , three heavy contenders came about , it is still very difficult to understand why none of these base models went into circulation. These were two Henschel models , and one Porsche model. The Porsche model was too difficult to build, and at that time being resourceful was important. It was not garbage in the least , but it was probably not a popular design (reference vk3001p). Henschel on the other hand created two vk series tanks that would both become very popular. The second of these was the vk3601 h , which was a revolutionary move towards a heavier tank....
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Hans Christian Petersen

Hans Christian Peterson was a ruler of Noway-Sweden. He was in fact the prime minister, acting as head of government while Charles XIII ran the empire as "regnant". Hans began life early in the field of law. He would later become a profound barrister. By age 39, he had become the Attorney General of Swedish-Norwegian union. He would then leave this position due to "low pay" and decided to join the government as prime minister instead. He became counselor of state in 1836, and the chief of naval operations for the empire. In 1844 , he added minister of justice, head of interior armed land forces and lead justice to his duties. by 1858 , he was uncontested prime minister of this union.  Rumor has it that under his leadership, Norway was made more equal in terms of economy and equality in labor to Sweden, under the orders of King Oscar I....
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Codex Sierra

The codex sierra is perhaps the first and final look into the adventures of a lost generation of French explorers into the North American wastelands prior to British colonization of the continent. The Codex is an important piece of literature because it contains loose translations for many of the now dead "indo-american" tongues. Although the Codex was not officially put together until 1933, it has been written for 300 years. It is also a written account of the years before encountering French men in the 1600s in central America, a detailed analysis shows encounters with first Europeans as early as 1670's. The book then loops a few decades, somewhere in the SouthWest. This leads archaeologists to believe that the writers, and bookkeepers were forced by Spanish explorers to move further north into the continental United States. Perhaps they then merged with the Cree near 1740 and on? The weird thing about...
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Moses Sithole

You think of murderer, and you probably think of jack the ripper or some perverted man that ended up making children into pies. But you probably never once hear the name Moses Sithole, and perhaps that is a good thing. Back in the day, South Africa was run by a British held apartheid government. This government made South Africa the richest country in all of africa, but accordingly the class system was racist, favoring white minorities over the 99% African indigenous. Among the indigenous, there lived a man (last name Sithole) who was an abusive father, he even kicked his infant son, Moses, like a ball when he was only one year old. Sithole SR decided to walk out on the family, and he was never heard from again. His son, Moses Sithole, grew up in the slums of South Africa with his brothers. His mother would later abandon him, calling...
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An Odd Way To Die For An Athenian Lawman

Draco, a prominent lawman in ancient Athens, was accordingly smothered to death by 1000 of the finest cloaks, created as gifts by prominent Athenians as a show of respect to his charitable donations to the community. He could hardly breath, say the scriptures, he gasped, fell and succumb to the fancy, hand made cloaks, never to breath again. Draco RIP 621 BC. Yes, the same Draco that stated thievery of fruit is punishable by death! Draco
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Landkreuzer P 1500 Monster

Perhaps the final draft for a German super-heavy , all purpose tank, was the p-1500 Monster. Starting at 1500 tonnes, this thing would have been even larger than the p-1000 Ratte . Ratte In fact , it was planned to be almost 30% larger than the p. 1000 Ratte . As such, the radical resigned of the Monster called for four sets of tracks, about 1/2 the size of the Ratte. These would be put into all four corners of the massive tank, and the thing would move around, slowly , but steadily. Accordingly, this would have created a gyroscopic effect, allowing the massive Schwerer Gustav 800mm Siege Cannon, initially too large to fire even from a rail, to fire without toppling the Monster. P1500 Monster Concept The armour would have maxed out at 260mm all around, but the Monster was really created for indirect bombardment, not direct conflict. Much like...
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German world war II land battleship Landkreuzer P-1000 Ratte

Designed as early as the year 1942, the p-1000 was intended to be a land battleship. The monster was intended to be an astounding 35 meters long, 14 meters wide, and 11 meters tall. These are the exact specifications in cooperation between Porsche, Henschel & Son, and MAN SE company. Ratte Tank This gigantic thing would have wielded dual 28 cm SK C/34 naval gun (283mm) , which would have been rather more than enough to level a large chunk of any town with one shot, let alone two. Then , there would be a 128mm Pak 44 anti tank gun, in case anything got too close, or in case of an overcast heavy bomber. The 128mm was semi designed to be automatic, and a five clip shell case would be man fed into the gun, unlike the manual one shot 128mm Pak 44 which was not rifled on the Maus super...
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Perhaps a larger mystery than the Egyptian Pyramids

As far as we are concerned, the Egyptian pyramids could have been built by Aliens. Yes, we cant really doubt that because they align so well with the sun and stars. Aliens Or maybe, because ancient Egypt had millions of men, ready to die for the pharaoh , and a ton of slaves, they were created by humans? ( we cant discern this "theory" either). You know how things are, men like to build everything bigger and bolder than their ancestors. Humans But there is one mystery which we cannot even dare to explain, this would be the little known superstructure known as " The Coral Castle". Located in the far southern tip of Florida in a medium sized town called Homestead. Yeah, it's pretty close to home dear reader. Homestead, Florida The coral castle is an enormous castle-like structure created by first time immigrant from Latvia Edward Leedskalnin. Leedskalnin was...
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General Butt Naked

Christened "Joshua Milton Blahyi " after his conversion to Christianity, the feared General Butt Naked was once a powerful leader--leading his armies of child soldiers through intimidation. Joshua Milton Blahyi General Butt-Naked started out as a boy born in a small  Krahn village in northern Liberia. A bit of background in Liberia : Liberia was probably the first country to be fully run by a black majority, it was established by the USA in the mid 1800s as a colony to return illegally smuggled slaves, and in general, move the blacks back to their motherland. It has been in a constant civil war since then, with people like president Samuel Doe being violently executed by opposing rebels. General Butt-Naked had a vision as a small child, in this vision he saw his pagan god ( village totem )  Nyanbe-a-weh , he was then instructed to kill and eat human hearts, and...
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Aokigahara Forest -the sea of trees and souls- a revisit

We recently wrote about the mystique surrounding Aokigahara Forest , following a beautiful documentary on the forest in regards to it's infamous side. We decided to share some more recent knowledge with you about the worlds second largest suicide destination in the world, the golden gate bridge being the first. We read about a book from 1993 by the now infamous writer Wataru Tsurumui , and his deemed "suicide manual" where he writes about the art of suicide, and the many tactics one should do and not do to die honorably. Ironically, he states the beautiful forest beneath the great Mount Fuji as "the perfect place to die". Some say you find one dead person hanging from a tree every 10 yards   From 1993-2012 the number of confirmed suicides stands at 633, this is quite shocking, simply because 90% of the people that hang themselves or die of sleeping pill...
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Suicide Forest Of Japan

We accidentally stumbled upon something rather gruesome today. Naturally, we will share it with you. Lets begin by saying that in human nature, we try to ignore the bad, we try to ignore it even when it becomes a blatant, and straightforward concern. Suicide as a whole is one of the most major issues within today's modernized society. In countries like the USA, South Korea and as you will see, in Japan, competition is rough, tough capitalism means that if you don't do too well in school, you are worthless. This is the number one reason why teens make up 90% of suicide victims worldwide. Here is a documentary that focuses on Japan's beautiful forest , lying fertile below a dormant volcano. Some 100 people are found here, having committed suicide for one reason or another.   We hope this puts reality into your head, don't ignore problems.
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Panzerkampfwagen VII Lowe

The Panzerkampfwagen VII or lowe was a project drafted in early 1941. This was another "mobile super-fortress" tank to be deployed along the Porsche Maus and  Entwicklung E-100  , also with the intention of replacing the now aged tiger II and panther tanks. Panzerkampfwagen VII Lowe (lion) Concept The original design was created to have 150mm frontal, sloped armor, 100mm of side armor and about 88 mm of sloped rear armor, weigh 92 tonnes, and go 45 km/h (using a 1000 hp U-boat engine ). This rear mounted turret design was dropped in favor of two other lowe ( lion ) designs. These were as follows: Panzerkampfwagen VII Lowe Schwere: This was a redesigned version of the lowe. The turret would now be forward mounted, and the augmented armor would be reduced to 140mm, 10mm less than the original. This armor would be "super-sloped" providing about 300 mm of protection in...
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E100 super heavy tank

Much like the Maus super-heavy tank, the Germans created another massive, mobile bunker. This one was deemed the Entwicklung -100 Or simply the panzerkampfwagen e-100.The tank would be given the Maus turret, but later designs would use the Henschel e-100 turret (adler), which was lighter. As oppose to the Maus , the e-100 was designed to be lighter, sacrificing higher profile, more room and side/rear armor for speed. The tank was intended to replace the E-75(prototype), Tiger II, and JagdTiger. It would have more armor, speed and firepower than any of the said tanks. The tank was drawn up in three separate configurations, the first would have a 173mm anti-everything naval cannon that would literally blow anything to shreds on impact. The second configuration would boast a super-heavy 155mm naval cannon, again simple overkill for that era. The final ( first ) configuration would use the Maus ' 128mm naval gun. A...
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PanzerkampfwagenVIII Maus

Upon initially discovering the project codenamed "Maus", we where naturally fascinated. We had heard of the Germans creating ufos, super submarines, jets, and even land battle ships, but never had we heard of the mobile bunker. And so we decided to share with you the intriguing research that we have spawned. Well, first of all the Maus, contrary to It's name, is not a small tank by any means, In fact, its far larger than any tank we would deploy today (for obvious reasons). So, as opposed to to the average tank of world war II, this thing could simply run over anything anyone had and just keep driving, and mounting a 128mm kwk 44 L/55 naval gun, it could blow anything to smithereens. A British reconstruction of a MAUS super-Heavy Tank Furthermore we want to stress the size of this thing because it was MASSIVE! Just imagine anything you may...
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How The Peace Sign Is Embedded In War

How The Peace Sign Is Embedded In War
The peace sign is really represented in two distinct fashions. The first is the actual sign, rooted in pagan practice and roman polytheistic doctrine. The original peace sign lacked the circle around it. It was called a "Nero's cross" and would often be used by Roman Legionnaires as brooches or insignias on their shields to show their enemies that resistance was futile and anyone that resisted would be crucified. This was literally the case in many famous and documented excursions into Judea. There, Christ was crucified by soldiers of the Nero cross. So how did something rooted in such violence become a peace sign? Well… that we can’t tell you for sure. Nero's Cross Let’s move on to the second image that we can immediately recognize as a symbol of peace. After all, aren't symbols worth a million words? The second symbol that comes to mind is definitely the V shape...
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Vote Yes For Building A Monument To Voytek The Bear!

Vote Yes For Building A Monument To Voytek The Bear!
Wojtek (the smiling warrior) was a brown bear imported from Russia to Iran in 1940 by an Iranian child who decided to trade the bear to a bunch of chaps from the 22nd artillery battalion of the free Polish armed forces in exchange for a slice of bread. The bear was still an infant at the time, and the boy had no idea what to do with him, so he simply traded him for something worth more (and tastier). The 22nd artillery was primarily made up of polish men whom fled their ruined country and joined the allies in their struggle against Germany and her allies (which somehow got them to Iran). Since the primary language of this battalion was polish, the soldiers named the bear Wojtek which means smiling warrior. After just one year, Wojtek was given a military outfit, and enlisted in the Polish liberation army. The very first...
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How one toothpick could have changed the course of history

How one toothpick could have changed the course of history
Just a Damn toothpick. One damn toothpick! Although this may come as a surprise, there is one damming piece of history that could have changed the world. Would this have been a better world? Probably not. But we will make this very easy to follow and understand.   -Let’s rewind to  1258 A.D. - In 1012 A.D. there was a noble Swedish family from the province of Östergötland. This notable family suffered from a history of dental issues. These oral diseases led to a weakening of the gum line. When accumulated, this resulted in tooth loss. And on a fateful day in 1022 AD, the lord of Östergötland was chewing on a piece of bad fish. Suddenly, the great lord’s teeth all just fell out. At the time, Sweden had no breakthrough studies in recreating lost teeth or dentures.  Simultaneously, a woodworker in Sandwich, England was finished creating the first wooden...
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Ernst Röhm Executed For Treason

​ Papers are flying from the streets of berlin! News has arrived stating that commander of the storm battalion, Ernst Röhm, has been executed by a fir...
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