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July 18, 2024

MrBeast’s TeamSeas Initiative Pulls 34 Million Pounds of Trash From the Ocean

Nearly three years ago, MrBeast and TeamSeas started an initiative to raise $30 million to remove 30 million pounds of ocean trash. A few days ago, they announced that they had surpassed their goal, having pulled 34 million pounds of trash from the sea. It's a stunning achievement that shows the best side of content creation and pulling together online communities for the greater good.

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July 18, 2024

Zambia Made Education Free and Young People Have Flocked to Classrooms To Learn

Education is a basic human right, but many children around the world don't have access to it. Luckily for the young people of Zambia, things changed a few years ago. In 2021, the government made schooling free for everyone. Since then, hoards of new students have gladly taken the chance earn an education and flocked to the country's classrooms. But this has also come with its own set of challenges.

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July 17, 2024

People Can’t Tell if a Horse Is Walking Towards or Away From You in This Mind-Bending Optical Illusion

There are few things the internet loves more than a mind-bending optical illusion—especially those that spark a debate and leave people wondering for hours on end. The latest head-scratching illusion stars a horse named Rudnik walking through a wintery scene—but where is he walking to? That even puzzled Alesia Willard, the horse's loving human. Rudnik is a 5-year-old blue roan American quarter horse with a deep black coat and a matching mane.

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July 17, 2024

Oldest Wine Ever Discovered in Liquid Form Is Found in Spanish Tomb

A family in southwestern Spain started some renovations on their house back in 2019. They quickly happened upon a tomb that was part of the ancient Roman city Carmo's necropolis, or massive graveyard. This tomb had been covered up for millennia, and as a result remained undisturbed by looters. The artifacts that lay under modern-day Carmona date to the early first century CE and have included several astonishing finds.

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