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  • 10 People Who Survived the Impossible

    10 People Who Survived the Impossible

    The will to survive is ingrained in all of us, but some have had that will tested to the extremes. What would you do to stay alive if you were stranded in the desert or thrown overboard at sea? Find out what these 10 people did.

  • How Velocipede Carousels Work

    How Velocipede Carousels Work

    Velocipede carousels, powered by pedaling, were created in the late 19th century to accustom Parisians to riding bicycles. But just two of them are left in the world.

  • How to Tie the Impossible Knot

    How to Tie the Impossible Knot

    How do you tie a knot if it's impossible to do so? Maybe this is a trick question.

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    Adventure Puzzles: Camping

    Whether you're into extreme sports, wilderness survival or good old-fashioned jet-setting, explore the planet as you make the pieces of these adventure puzzles fall into place.

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