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August 5, 2017: Not every museum is about art, science, culture, and history, some of them show different sides of the world. A side which has a niche audience as not everyone will be interested to see them. We are talking about the weird museums around the world, which have its own peculiarity, oddities and sometimes downright weird. Some of these can even leave you confused, who would think of creating a museum on this idea or notion? But it can also drive you to dig deeper, to gain more knowledge. As these are not the mundane artifacts.
It’s a home of the morbid art of corpse plastination, a technique by which human or animal bodies are preserved. They use this scientific technique and present them in creative positions like an archer. It makes one wonder how intricate the human form is. Gunther Von Hagens perfected plastination (using polymers to preserve human tissue) after many years of studying medicine, dissection, and chemistry. Visitors of this museum not only learn about the history of anatomy but also witness’s the graphic process of it. The center also supplies traveling Body Worlds, which they call an original exhibition of real human bodies.
The Mummy Museum, Guanajuato, Mexico
A popular tourist attraction, this museum has a mystical aura to it and has mummified bodies. The mummies have generated a lot of interest since the time this museum opened as people were already inquisitive about mummies and visiting it will give them a chance to see the mystery unfold in front of their eyes.
Hundreds of bodies were once buried in the Santa Paula Pantheon’s crypts around the mid-19th century. If families were unable to pay a burial tax imposed by the town, the bodies were exhumed. Later they discovered the bodies had been mummified through a natural process, likely due to the region’s unique climatic factors. The museum houses more than hundred mummies and a mummy of an infant as well. On June 9, 1865, the mummified body of a French doctor, Remigio Leroy, was exhumed from Niche 214 of the Pantheon’s first series. This is the first and therefore the most ancient of the Guanajuato Mummy Museum’s collection. Going to this museum will calm your curious soul. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, The exhibition has an introductory video about the meaning of death for Mexicans and their way of accepting it.
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Museum of Torture, Zagreb, Croatia
The sinister museum has over 70 historical instruments of torture. Visitors can see, touch and even try out the 1792 guillotine replica, pendulum- a swinging blade that descends lower and lower with each sweep, rack- one of the oldest instruments of torture or iron maiden- the most brutal medieval instrument of torture, scold’s bridle, an instrument used to punish women accused of scolding and gossiping, as well as many other instruments that were used to humiliate, torture, cause injury or execute the victim. This weird museum gives a take on historical means and ways of violence.
It’s a one of its kind experience; there are multi sensory rooms, such as the semi-dark Cabinet of Wonders or the Dungeon. In the Cabinet of Wonders, there is semi-darkness in which the exhibits are bathing in a discomforting sound environment. It will prompt questions about sick human minds, which would let humans suffer such torture. It can make you vulnerable and can also bring back to mind issues of today’s hidden forms of torture, such as bullying or domestic violence. The Dungeon is a miniature cool room in which the visitor can spend a minute of his life in pitch blackness, anticipating the uncertain future…
Vent Haven Ventriloquist Museum, Kentucky, USA
The Museum houses smiling ventriloquist dolls. William Shakespeare Berger bought his first dummy in 1910- Tommy Baloney. By 1947, his collection had grown so large he renovated his garage to house the figures, and in 1962, he had to construct a second building. Vent Haven Museum was officially opened to the public on June 30, 1973, , with the dedication of the W.S. Berger Memorial Building. Ventriloquist legends Edgar Bergen and Jimmy Nelson performed for all who attended the ceremony.
Vent Haven Museum houses more than 800 dummies, playbills, photos and historical books from Berger’s personal collection. In addition to this, the museum also hosts the annual convention- a ventriloquist meeting attracting many professionals and enthusiasts from all over the world.
Avanos Hair Museum, Avanos, Turkey
The museum was created by a potter by profession, Chez Galip and is located in the rural Turkish town of Avanos. The story behind the origin of it is that the local potter Chez Galip was bidding farewell to a dear friend of his when he asked for something to remember her by. She cut off a piece of her hair to leave as a reminder. He put it up in his shop and told the story to the visitors and tourists who passed through. Other women who enjoyed the story left a piece of their hair as well and from there started the collection of hair. The museum started in 1979 when a selection was put up for display.
It now features a gigantic collection of hair gathered from more than 16,000 women, and if that isn’t creepy enough. It lies in a small, dark cave. Locks of women’s hair adorn the walls of this weird museum. The museum fills up a section of the shop where the earthen wares are stored. Visitors roam in the cave-like room with hair attached to every available surface. Pencils, paper, pins, and scissors are offered to those wanting to add their own piece to the collection.
International Cryptozoology Museum, Maine, USA
Cryptozoology means- the study of hidden animals and involves the search for animals whose existence has not been verified, like the Yeti or Bigfoot (skunk ape). This museum’s collection has specimens and artifacts allegedly related to these kinds of mythical, unverified creatures. It includes everything from the hair samples, fecal matter, and native art. A rather odd collection to be incorporated and maybe it just might turn you into a Bigfoot believer.
The museum was started in 2003. Loren Coleman who wanted to share the items he collected with researchers, scholars, colleagues, and the general public. He went on to interview eyewitnesses, chronicle the reports, and gather material evidence and cultural artifacts related to cryptozoology. It modestly began with sculptures and paintings created just for it, hundreds of cryptozoology toys and souvenirs from around the world, and one of a kind artifacts. The museum has a life-size, 8 feet tall Bigfoot representation, a full-scale, six-foot-long thousand dollar coelacanth model, 100 Bigfoot, Yeti, Yowie, and other foot casts, fakes like jackalopes, Fiji Mermaid & furred trout.
Meguro Parasitological Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Do you know everything about the parasite world? If you’ve ever wanted to know about tapeworms, head lice and plenty of other parasites you’ve probably never heard of. You can see it all at this museum. The collection boasts of around 300 specimens, including a 29-foot tapeworm. Not recommended for anyone with a weak stomach.
On the first floor of the museum, the ‘Diversity of Parasites’ displaying various types of parasitic specimens and accompanying it is educational movies, if you are interested to know more. The second-floor exhibits are ‘Human and Zoonotic Parasites’ showcasing parasite life cycles and the symptoms they cause during human infection. In addition to research, the museum also performs other activities such as education and provides special publications as well. The man behind the museum is Satoru Kamegai.
The Kansas Barbed Wire Museum, Kansas, USA
Yes, it’s true. There is a museum dedicated to barbed wires out there in the world. It features more than 2,400 varieties and explores the role barbed wire played in the settlement of the United States. Well, don’t touch any of the displays. The museum was established in 1970. There is an international organization, Antique Barbed Wire Society, committed to collecting, preserving, exhibiting, and interpreting the historical heritage of barb wire and barbed wire related item. There is Dioramas of early barbed wire use, a theatre featuring educational films, the Barbed Wire Hall of Fame, the museum archives room, and a research library for visitors.
The Dog Collar Museum, England
Dog collars are the little piece of accessory that transforms dogs from wild animals to man’s best friend. There is dog paraphernalia that dates back more than 100 years in this museum and inside you can see the history of canine accessories. This place is perfect for people who always wondered what a medieval dog collar may have looked like. In today’s time, dog collars are simple pieces of sturdy, flexible nylon in assorted colors and designs. However, in this Museum, you are treated to some of the fanciest dog collars there are.
This unique collection consists of nearly 100 collars that were collected by Irish medieval scholar John Hunt and his wife, Gertrude. Extended by the Leeds Castle Foundation, the collection has pieces that span history that is from medieval to Victorian times. The royal pet’s had baroque leather embellished dog collars with metalwork and velvet. This unusual place is visited by more than 500,000 dog lovers a year, both local and from overseas.
Le Musée des Vampires, France
The Le Musée des Vampires is a study of vampires’ place in France’s culture throughout history and today, a small private museum dedicated to vampires and the study of their place in folklore and modern culture. This weird museum has autographs of every actor who’s ever starred as Dracula, a mummified cat from Paris’ famous Père Lachaise Cemetery, and a vampire painting by famous French murderer Nicolas Claux. This is a cool place to be at if vampires fascinate you.
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Kishu Inu and Dogelon Mars are some of the more popular canine coins in recent months. Their popularity is demonstrated by the vast amount of trading volume that these cryptocurrencies receive.
At the time of writing, Kishu Inu has a trading volume exceeding $10 million and Dogelon Mars has an even larger trading volume that surpasses $30 million.
An interesting difference between the two canine cryptos is that Dogelon Mars actually has no White Paper; its tokenomics are available in the frequently asked question (FAQ) section of their website.
HUH Token is a new exciting cryptocurrency that has just released its White Paper for the public to examine. HUH Token is still in presale, but the window to become a holder before any potential price increase is quickly disappearing.
HUH Token has introduced an incentive for those who are contemplating joining their growing community. Those who purchase HUH Token during the presale will receive 25% more tokens than if they bought afterwards.
This amount is increased to 35% if that deposit is worth more than $1000, an exciting opportunity to accumulate tokens ahead of the curve.
Dogelon Mars, while unconventionally, has released its tokenomic information in its FAQs. The total supply of Dogelon Mars is one quadrillion. Upon release, they had burned 50% of their tokens in a wallet dedicated to Vitalik Buterin to ensure fair distribution. The remaining 50% was provided as liquidity on Ether and Uniswap. The idea was to provide the community with the resources to help those who have been victims of rug pulls and scams.
Kishu Inu did release a full White Paper and their information is available to everyone. In their white paper, they outline their project and what they would like to accomplish moving forward. Their three fundamental principles included are transparency and community, trust and longevity.
Kishu Inu has a maximum supply of 100 quadrillion, and the amount is very high so that their holders can benefit from their reward system. Kishu Inu grants 2% of each transaction made to all Kishu Inu wallet holders. The higher the trading volume, the more rewards are disbursed.
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HUH Token have only recently released their whitepaper, and many who have been excited to see the project develop will be taking a close look. HUH Token have coined the term ‘Utimeme’ as a way to describe their token, taking both aspects from a meme and utility token. HUH Token utilises a compound growth effect for those who hold onto their crypto.
Much like Kishu Inu in their whitepaper, the more trade volume that involves HUH Token the more of the token will be redistributed to all HUH Token wallets. The amount depends on the amount of HUH Token someone owns. Therefore if someone owns 0.5% of the supply, then 0.5% of HUH rewards will be reflected into their account. This ensures that fair distribution is achieved as the reward reflects the amount of faith placed in the project.
Additionally, HUH Token are introducing their own social platform. It will be known as MetHUH, and users can generate sentiment tokens that can then be traded for HUH Tokens. Individuals will sign up as either an influencer or as a user.
Influencers will post content and users will interact with that content. A wallet must be connected in order to claim tokens and rewards. The White Paper contains a vast amount of information regarding MetHUH, and it is encouraged that those wanting to become a part of their community read it.
This, and much more, are included in the White Paper and a common theme is apparent throughout. HUH Token has provided a large number of ways for individuals to grow their wealth over time. The reward systems are abundant, the opportunities to generate more HUH Token and even BNB rewards through a referral system are enough to create additional income.
Kishu Inu and Dogelon Mars have shown their prowess as meme cryptos on the market. The information on their respective White Papers, and lack thereof in Dogelon Mars’s case, seems to pale compared to the comprehensive explanation in HUH Token’s White Paper. As this is one of the last opportunities to join HUH Token’s presale, anyone who has been enticed by what their White Paper has to offer should consider joining sooner rather than later.
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It’s also great to note that Shiba Inu made a triumphant crypto market return this week and the reign of the dog continues though with HUH Token’s White Paper release it could see the ‘Utimeme’ token break out of the atmosphere on its December 6th launch and surpass Shiba Inu for altcoin supremacy.
Here are some of my highlights of HUH Token’s White Paper release and why me and you should be excited for HUH Token’s launch on Monday!
As well as a look at why Shiba Inu might have rose back to the top dog spot this week.
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Kid, You Might Just Need HUH Token.
HUH Token’s White Paper release could just be December’s utter-most crypto news, or at least a very close second to HUH Token’s December 6th launch… though as the White Paper was released to today the already iconic HUH Token dropped the mic.
And it’s one-hell-of-a-read and it’s true that the brilliance is in the detail.
One aspect of HUH Token’s White Paper that stood out to me and appears to have become a noteworthy point for other crypto lovers is that HUH Token want to facilitate access to technology, and this could see the future of cryptocurrency in its infancy.
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Inspired by Shiba Inu’s harnessing of influence into currency, HUH Token have seen the potentially that all can create content and be rewarded from this by HUH Token and by doing this, countries could see a healthier financial economy.
Though, one of the ways that HUH Token are endeavouring to build such an equilibrium inside of their MetaHUH for its holders is to use Smart Contracts, which could enhance static reward systems that incentivises HUH Token holders to hold until gold.
These smart contracts are supposed to help protect HUH Token holders from market fluctuations and that’s something unparalleled on the market.
This is also backed up by HUH Token’s use of a multichain (Ethereum and Binance) as well it’s ‘Utimeme’ power.
HUH Token’s Utimeme brilliance will allow the influence of meme coins to be harnessed for usability as well, and that’s one of the reasons that could see HUH Token surpass Shiba Inu when it’s released on December 6th.
The Early Bird Catches the Worm
Today is exciting and not simply because it’s a Friday, but because HUH Token released their White Paper, and this coming Monday will see the launch of one of the most awaited cryptocurrencies of 2021.
With some brain tingling ideas and aims from HUH Token it’s no wonder that its presale holders would have skyrocketed today, and you could be one of them who benefits from a 35% bonus on top of a $1000 deposit with HUH Token.
Though, it’s advised that you take a look around and read some other White Papers of other cryptocurrencies to make sure you’re becoming a holder of a crypto that serves you.
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Not only this but Shiba Inu’s mastery of the altcoin world could be coming to an end on HUH Token’s December 6th release if the aims, goals and technology in the White Paper are anything to go by.
Also, how Shiba Inu have managed to harness the power of influence.
But taking a peak behind the White Paper could offer you many wonders and grant the light that HUH Token deserves.
The Influence of Cute!
Shiba Inu harnessed something in August 2020 and that was the power of influence, which spawned many other dog-based and meme coins from its tremendous success.
Shiba Inu managed to demonstrate to seasoned crypto investors and whale cryptocurrencies that the power of the people is strong and it’s something that could be harnessed to propel not only the crypto world but the individual wins of crypto holders as well.
And so was born the creation of influence-based cryptocurrency and it’s given birth to the kind of innovation that whale cryptocurrencies just might not be able to conjure-up anymore.
It’s because of altcoins like Shiba Inu that more and more people are cottoning on the exponential possibilities that cryptocurrency can offer, not just to you, but to the world as a whole… and because of this pioneering spirit of Shiba Inu, Dogecoin and other altcoins presented emerging currencies like HUH Token with a rare opportunity that their White Paper shows they’re willing to undertake.
HUH? The White Wizard.
HUH Token’s White Paper release today saw the December 6th launching cryptocurrency hit new heights because of its pioneering ways in both technology and holder-centric notions.
The lengthy and heavily detailed White Paper explains what is in hold of the future of HUH Token, HUH Nation and MetHUH.
HUH Token intend to use influence and content as currency and for that reason could possibly be one of the biggest altcoins on the market, because like Shiba Inu, HUH Token see the power of the people and what that can do for them and their communities.
With many wonderfully amazing adages to the cryptocurrency world, HUH Token is pioneering multichain technology across both Ethereum and Binance blockchains but also redistributing rewards and returns through reflection technology.
The reward system another area where HUH Token could be unique to the cryptocurrency world because it offers four distinct routes to achieving reward receival.
They are as follows and you might want to peel your eyes for this one and makes sure you’re not on the edge of your seats… there might be no where else to go from that point:
Rewards will be sent to you in BNB (Binance Coin) and sent to a relevant wallet.
Claim Reward in Token of Choice
Your reward could be in ETH, USDT, MATIC and Others.
Claim to Another Wallet
Holders can use different wallets.
Claim As a Mix of The Above Two
Allows reward holders to gift any amount to another HUH holder.
(With this HUH Token hope to incentivise the gift of giving and strengthen HUH Token’s community)
The Influence of the Future
Influence and content are everything in a technological age and for that reason HUH Token and Shiba Inu spotted a niche to be harnessed and spread through holders of their cryptocurrencies and beyond.
The ever-growing cryptocurrency worlds of Shiba Inu and HUH Token are heading for the stratosphere, and you could be a long for the ride.
Be sure to do you research and read Shiba’s website and HUH Token’s White Paper before its launch on December 6th.
if HUH Token’s White Paper is too good to resist then you could benefit from a 35% presale top up on a $1000 deposit, but that bonus won’t be there for long.
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