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The Next Truth:

The Next Truth October 2021

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The Next Truth; Where Science and Myth Meet
Published:
10/1/2021
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
50 pages Perfect-bound
Category:
Science & Nature
Tags:
anatomy, brain, Death, education, experiments, ghosts, Halloween, history, horror, mind, paranormal, parents, photography, psychology, reality, Research, science, STEM, WWII

WARNING! This edition contains graphic content: readers discretion advised.

The month October is well-known for its eerie bonfire stories, demonic looking-like costumes, ghostly parties and, sometimes, increased paranormal activities. Even though the latter can become really goose bumpy for time to time, some historical events can provide you feeling this…squared!

Nowadays science is doing uncountable beautiful things from which we, as a community, can reap the benefits. But, like with everything in the universe, science was once in its infant moments balancing on those infamous ’rough edges’. Meaning, many grim moments have occurred what these days are seen as unacceptable.

Indeed, science has a dark side and, it can sends shivers down your spine for a long time!

Happy Halloween!

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