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The Man Who Invented Waterskiing
One hundred years ago (1922), a Minnesota man named Ralph Samuelson went to a local lumberyard. Most people would have said that Samuelson found two ordinary ...
Using Conspiracy Theories to Tame Life's Chaos
On the unusually cold morning of January 28, 1986, the Challenger space shuttle blew apart 73 seconds after liftoff, killing all seven astronauts on board. ...
Claiming the Summit Without Reaching the Top
Only 44 people have reached the summit of all 14 of the world’s 26,000-foot peaks, according to the record books. Or, maybe no one has. The difference ...
Getting to the Heart of Conspiracy Beliefs
Over the years belief in conspiracy theories have proliferated in America and in many parts of the world. Some of them include:
-The US government deposits ...
The Man Who Saved the World by Thinking Small
There are a handful of "hinge" moments in world history. June 6, 1944, or D-Day, was one of those moments. On that day hung the balance of power in World ...
When Companies Lose Focus, New Products Flop
The 24/7 Wall St. blog reviewed some of the greatest product launch blunders in recent times, including Google Glass, Burger King's Satisfries, the New ...
Founder of Amazon Planned Decades Ahead
If you own stock in Amazon, you get a letter from founder Jeff Bezos each year, reminding you of Amazon's commitment to think long-term. In his 2015 letter ...
'Popular Mechanics' on How to Avoid Deadly Accidents
Each year 37,000 men between the ages of 18 to 50 die from an accident. It's the leading cause of death for men in that age bracket. Some instances of ...
Ancient Chinese General Sun Tzu on the Importance of Preparation
Every battle is won or lost before it is fought.
—Sun Tzu, Chinese General and Strategist, in The Art of War, written in the late sixth-century BC ...
Some Things Stay the Same
The church's core mission never changes, but how it's accomplished is up for revision.