Mindblown: a blog about philosophy.

  • In the Middle Ages, was it really believed that the Earth was a flat plate?

    It is a popular opinion that in the Middle Ages, before the great geographical discoveries of the 15th and 16th centuries, the Earth was believed to be a flat plate. The appearance of the so-called flat earthers in recent times and the spread of this pseudoscientific theory through social networks only revived existing prejudices. However,…

  • Big changes to YouTube for users

    When you’re on YouTube without logging in, you won’t see videos that YouTube suggests for you to watch anymore. YouTube is making some changes that might make it harder for people who aren’t signed in to see videos they might like. Some people are worried that this might make them feel like they have to…

  • The devil’s comet is coming

    Devil’s comet, as they call cryovolcanic comet 12P/Pons-Brooks, has a diameter of 30 kilometers and orbits the Sun for 71 years. Although the first sightings were recorded as early as the 14th century, it is named after the French astronomer Jean-Louis Pons who discovered it in 1812 and the British-American astronomer William Roberts Brooks who…

  • World is the best

    Hello My name is Samantha and i want to introduce a new future modern website called Tvingi. Stay tuned. Regards from Beverly Hills.

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