Friday the 13th: Its Origins and Why It Scares People

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From crossing paths with a black cat to looking into a broken mirror, many pervasive superstitions regarding bad luck exist. But one thing that’s significantly considered the harbinger of bad luck is Friday the 13th. This is when the 13th day of the month falls on a Friday. And this past January 13, 2023, this […]

What If People Lived in Floating Cities?

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Throughout history, humans have been confined to landmasses when establishing permanent settlements. But what if that’s all about to change? What if humans took to the sea, not only to explore it, but to- settle it? If the Seasteading Institute accomplishes its goal of creating the first permanent cities at sea, your future could involve living […]

Why Black Cats Are Associated With Halloween?

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We’re now on part 3 of our Halloween series. If you haven’t read the other parts yet and want to catch up, you can read parts 1 and 2 on KidzNet. Now, we’re going to talk about the History of Black Cats and Halloween. Black cats have long been associated with Halloween. Images and decorations […]

The Origins of Why People Carve Jack-O’-Lanterns for Halloween

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Last time, I shared with you the origins of the widespread custom of Trick-or-treating. And I do hope you enjoyed it! But if you haven’t read it yet, you can do so here on KidzNet. Now, we’re on part 2 of our Halloween series. Here, we’ll discover the origins of one of the most popular […]

The History Of Trick-or-Treating, And How It Became A Halloween Tradition

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October is a Spooky Month, I’m going to share with you a series of posts about Halloween. Here, we’ll delve into its origins, traditions, tales, and superstitions—learning more about this much-loved autumnal holiday.  So read on and enjoy our Halloween series! It’s that time of year again — when children and adults get into costumes […]

Ringling Brothers Circus: The ‘Greatest Show on Earth’ Comeback Without Circus Animals

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The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey, also billed as the “The Greatest Show on Earth,” had been closed down since 2017. The circus started when the Ringling Bros. opened their first circus in 1884 and was later merged with Barnum & Bailey’s Greatest Show on Earth in 1919. Wild live animals were always part […]

DEEP DIVE: How Imperialism Caused World War I…

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Imperialism, which is a policy of extending a country’s power and influence through diplomacy or military force, was a major contributing factor to European tensions leading up to the first world war because the effects of Imperialism caused European nations to compete for territory. Many nations gained influence at the expense of others, which ultimately […]

Dritëro Agolli

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Dritëro Agolli (13 October 1931 – 3 February 2017) was an Albanian poet, writer, and politician. He was the former president of the defunct Albanian League of Writers and Artists. Early life Dritëro Agolli was born in Devoll, Albania. He studied in Leningrad in the Soviet Union. Career Agolli wrote primarily poetry, but also short stories, essays, plays, and novels. He was […]

Black History Month

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Happy  Black History Month Guys! Black History Month is a celebration of great achievements by African Americans and their important role in U.S. history. It was created in 1926 by Carter G. Woodson who was a well known African American historian. It has always been celebrated in February. Here is a list of some great African […]

The Red Emblem and the Green Border – Bangladesh, My Country

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Hello guys, today i am telling you some of the history of Bangladesh, At one time, Bangladesh rose up from the water as a delta, with very fertile lands. A specific race was found in the area, They used it as there own place. Later, it became a country. Our first prime minister in Bangladesh, […]