Education and Science
6 Bugs That Bite You While You Sleep (With Photos)
These bugs and insects may be responsible for your nighttime bites.
Ancien Régime: The French Revolution and the Collapse of the Old Order
The Ancient Regime, which had governed France from the 15th to 18th centuries, was dismantled by the French Revolution of 1789. What factors allowed for this to happen, and what lessons can we learn from it?
Logic and Intuition: Features, Stages of Our Thinking
It says about two opposite sides of our thinking- logical and intuitive. Author analyzes the pluses and minuses of this processus
Depression and Solution
Depression is a persistent feeling if sadness for a long time, at least two weeks or more. Some people think depression is trivial and not a genuine. They're wrong – it is a real illness with real symptoms. It is treatable and seeking medical help early may help increase the recovery.
Life Is One Big Lesson, and It Is Up to Us to Learn From It
Life Is One Big Lesson, and It Is Up to Us to Learn From It Neither your life nor mine is comparable to that of a famous person. I have to do it and I have to like it. But people trick us into thinking that there is such a
5 Gods and Goddesses of Death From World Mythology
Gods and goddesses of death do not just personify human demise. Often, they represent heavenly justice and social reckoning too.
When Russia Accused Ukraine of Using Mutant Soldiers
The excuses are becoming more outrageous.
NASA Has Discovered an Amazing 'Earth', a Year Is Completed in Just 11 Days in This World
NASA has discovered more worlds in this universe. In this new world, only 11 days make a year. NASA named this world Super Earth. At the same time, astronomers said that this newly discovered world is four times the mass of our earth. And this super earth is 37 light years away from our earth.
The Greek Royal Who Said No to 3 European Thrones
Prince Christopher of Greece & Denmark was born in 1888. He was the youngest son of King George I. His amiability, intellect and availability led 3 European countries to approach him about becoming their king. He refused each offer.
Three Suggestions to Help Influence Conflict Resolution
Conflict is inevitable. How we respond to it may not be as controllable as you might imagine. Learn some ideas to help navigate turbulence in relationships, both personal and professional, while learning trigger points that should be minimized.
The Tragic Story of the Exile of the French Acadian People
England ordered the deportation of thousands of French Acadians from 1755-1763. And 250 years later, Queen Elizabeth II issued a Proclamation acknowledging the wrongs they did to the Acadian people.
Pain, It's Types and Mechanism of Controlling the Pain
Nociceptors are the receptors that detect or perceive pain of the body. Remember there are no pain receptors in the body.
Incredible Organ Tissue Found In Blue Whales
Cancer is a frightening and enigmatic condition. We stumbled across a biological paradox while attempting to comprehend it so that we might destroy it more effectively. It is absurd that large animals appear to be cancerous. First, we must examine the nature of cancer in order to comprehend why.
King William II Rufus: Sibling Rivalry and a Suspicious Death
From sibling rivalry to tyranny, a suspicious death to a lack of peace in death William II Rufus' story is remarkable. Yet, this son of William the Conqueror. 1st Norman king of England is too often forgotten.
The Westernmost Battle of the Civil War was Fought in Arizona at Picacho Pass
When the Confederate States of America wished to expand their territory and gain access to the minerals in the Southwest, Confederate Capt. Sherod Hunter & Company arrived in the City of Tucson on February 28,1862 and declared any land under the 34th Parallel in Arizona as part of the Confederacy.
Dex: Why It’s a Reliable Alternative to Traditional Crypto Exchanges
Dex was able to prove that he is a great alternative to traditional crypto exchanges. How he took this place and its advantages read in the article.
ISRO: Smallest Rocket Made by 750 School Students Takes Off
The rocket, made by 750 school students, was launched to mark India's 75th Independence Day celebrations. A small satellite launch vehicle, called SSLV, carried it. It is reported that there was a problem during the flight.
What Is a Subpoena And Do I Have to Respond?
If you've ever been served with a subpoena, you may be scared looking at this new legal paperwork. This article will define the term subpoena, including its legal purpose and time requirements. You'll also learn how to respond if you get one.
Israeli Scientists Created the World's First 'Artificial Embryo'
A group of Israeli scientists have created the world's first 'artificial embryo'. This artificial embryo will not require fertilization of sperm and egg. The British media The Guardian reported this information in a report on 4th August.
Breaking Down Myers Briggs: What Is Sensing Vs. Intuition?
Sensing and intuition can be one of the harder spectrums in MBTI to understand. For some, their sensing or intuitive traits are noticeably strong. For others, sensing and intuition are secondary to feeling and thinking. To learn more about MBTI, read this article.
Powerful Primates: 5 Facts About Silverback Gorillas
The silverback gorilla dwells high among the mountains of Rwanda and Uganda. Though possessed of immense strength, they are gentle giants who spend most of the day eating plants. Here are some facts about the silverback gorilla.
Long Pepper: The Spice that We Forgot
Long pepper is the closest cousin spice of pepper and is similar in taste yet hotter than it. Though forgotten as a spice, this lesser-known flowering vine is an important ingredient in the medical treatment methods, Ayurveda, Unani, and Siddha, three very advanced medical streams in India.
The Unsolved Ancient Mystery of the Star of Bethlehem
The Star of Bethlehem is first mentioned in the Book of Matthew. The gospel talks about a bright star that appeared in the eastern sky when Jesus was born, famously seen by a group of wise men called the "Magi. “But did the Star really exist? Or was it just pious fiction invented by St. Matthew?
The Smatchet: The Enormous Fighting Knife of World War II
How this sword-like weapon helped won the war?
How You Can Help Protect the Earth
Using less energy at home, work, and automobiles can help cut emissions. Reduced energy consumption can be reduced by reusing or recycling bottles, cans, paper, cards, plastic, and aluminum. Solar panels may be a realistic option if you live in a sunny place. Turn off your computer...
Five Factors That Led to the Collapse of the Soviet Union
Economic decline, a botched invasion, and a nuclear disaster are all factors that contributed to the collapse of one of history's greatest superpowers.