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Golden Twist was created to serve as a unique resource for funny stories and entertaining videos, but it was also formed for another reason: to host the occasional sweepstakes so that you can line your pockets in gold. We gave away five thousand dollars in our last sweepstakes!
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May 19, 2021 |
In 1668, Francis Bacon coined the phrase “Scientia potentia est,” which translates to “Knowledge is power.” Today’s schooling system fully embraces this concept by empowering its students to consume as much knowledge as possible. And encyclopedias are an excellent catalyst for this process. They provide a helping hand for research projects, debates, and for building one’s general knowledge bank. But how can you choose one? There are hundreds of online encyclopedias out there. Each claims to have compiled all the information in the world. But we all know that can’t be true. In this article, we’re going to talk to you about the five best free online encyclopedias for students. They’ve been listed in...
July 31, 2019 |
Water pollution, especially in the era of global warming, is an important thing to avoid. In the landscaping and agricultural world, there are a few different methods that can be used to eliminate, or at least minimize, the amount of pollution that gets into the local water supply. This post will detail the ways that erosion controls such as dirt bags and silt fences are used to mitigate water pollution. These methods are most commonly used as preventative measures during bad storms, but they can also be used for agricultural or construction purposes. First, let’s discuss erosion control. Erosion control is essentially the practice of using various methods to prevent erosion. This is particularly...
February 26, 2019 |
We all know that legal systems differ from country to country and, in the US, from state to state. This is nothing new. There are some fundamental things that are considered bad in pretty much every society on our planet and are, thus, forbidden by law – murder, theft, and such. But sometimes, you stumble upon some of the weirdest laws in the world, perhaps in the entire universe. Laws that regulate, ban, and forbid acts so specific that there must be a story behind them – and a damn funny one, too. A story we here at Golden Twist would love to hear. In Paulding, Ohio, there is a law allowing policemen to...