You should see this Twitter channel if you are looking for bizarre historical finds

What was the first selfie like? Have you ever had funny kitten pictures before the age of the internet? It turns out now!

In 2011, Andrew Rader created a Twitter profile called Weird History, which has a rather telltale name: in the posts, followers can get acquainted with strange, sometimes bizarre, and simply smiling historical curiosities and facts, even in interpreting a person who is enough. it has an exciting track.

Otterwa-born Rader is currently Elon Musk’s SpaceX. mission managers. He earned his PhD in aeronautics, including long-range spaceflight, from MIT, but also won a television competition on the Canadian Discovery Channel in 2013, and has written several books, including Beyond the Known, which explores the history of the discovery.

When a person of this quality even has enough humor to see through the truly astonishing, yet ultimately bizarre oddities of human history, well, it can lead to the birth of posts such as ancient kitten images, selfies a hundred years ago, possibly They are designed to demonstrate the true function of the PEZ holder.

A Weird History Twitter profile. Source: Bored Panda.

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