10 Times Stupidity Destroyed Our History


Somewhere in the Peruvian desert, Greenpeace activists hiked to a site known as part of the Nazca lines in protest of non-renewable energy. Their plan ahd been to unfurl a message in bright yellow letters. Unfortunately, the restricted site was partially destroyed by the group.

Boy Who Destroyed A 200-Year-Old Jug

While taking a trip to a museum housed inside of a mansion in Ipswich, Suffolk, a young boy accidentally knocked over a 200-year-old puzzle jug from a window ledge. The puzzle jugs were popular throughout 18th and 19th century. The boy was only four or five, but devastated by breaking the jug.