High IQs, Is It a Blessing or a Curse?
High IQ may be great, but it fails to measure emotional, social, artistic skills, or creativity. Geniuses may appear to be outcasts or loners with difficulty adjusting socially. Groups like MENSA or PROMETHEUS exist to bond with others of high intelligence.
As we all know about microbes and microbial cultures, most of us know microbes as non-beneficial entities. But the maximum community of microbes is beneficial for many aspects. One of these aspects is antagonism. Antagonistic microbes are those who fight against microbes i.e. pathogenic microbes.
Quiz Facts on the Wild's Big Cats
How much do you know of the following wild big cats: lions, tigers, jaguars, leopards, cheetahs, clouded leopards, sunda clouded leopards, snow leopards, and cougars? Test your knowledge of how much you know about them, and learn some facts about them.
4 Major Reasons Why Animal Species Become Endangered
Species become endangered for various reasons. But today almost all of them can be related directly or indirectly to human activity. Endangered status most frequently results from overhunting, loss of habitat and food, low population, or poisoning of the environment.
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.
Blue Whale Facts: The Largest Known Animal Ever to Exist
Blue whale is a marine mammal that is the largest known animal ever to exist. The blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus) belongs to the family Balaenopteridae, in the order Cetacea, class Mammalia.
Rocky Mountain Goat: Characteristics, Habitat, Reproduction, Diet, Behavior
Rocky Mountain goat is a sure-footed goat antelope found in the Rocky Mountains and in coastal regions of North America from Alaska to north-central Oregon and western Montana.
How to Stay Motivated to Achieve Your Goals: Self-Motivation
Self-improvement and education are inseparable; therefore, never stop learning. To understand why people put so much effort into achieving goals without immediate payoff, it is crucial to understand motivation. Understanding what motivates and inspires you is the first step in determining....
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.
What Are the Essentials of Life?
Without good health, no matter how much money we amass in this world, it's all for naught. Money isn't the most important thing because we'll be unable to take it with us when we pass away. When we die, those things no longer matter to us.
The Horrible Things of Brain Eater Amoeba
Since the beginning of time, there has been a conflict that has produced numerous powerful creatures that compete with one another for survival. Most of them have little interest in humanity and are generally harmless because our immune systems can quickly neutralize their weaponry.
Human Brain—The Controller
Human Brain—the most complex and vital organ in the body, an adult human brain weighs approximately 3 pounds while that of a newborn human baby weighs roughly three-quarters of a pound; governs all bodily functions, including cognition, memory, emotion, touch, motor skills, vision.. needs glucose.
Preparing Your Home and Family for Climate Resilience
Preparing your home and family for climate resilience isn’t an easy task, but it’s important to think about now before we experience more frequent or severe weather events brought on by climate change.
The Story of Turtles: Roamed Our Oceans for 100 Million Years
Sea turtles have roamed and maintained the health of our oceans for 100 million years. Unfortunately, mankind is driving them to extinction.
Paleontologists Address Imminent Giganotosaurus Entering “Jurassic World Dominion”
Renowned international paleontologists weigh in on massive Giganotosaurus debuting in Jurassic film saga finale
What Is a Parallel Evolution
Divergent evolution: when two or more lineages of the same species start to evolve in different directions and independently from each other, leading to the formation of two or more new species that are not related genetically. The Galapagos finches are an example of divergent evolution; their beak
Longevity, Continuity, and Immortality
No living thing on Earth lives forever. Once it is born, it is destined to perish by illness, sickness, disease, accidental death, or old age. But, we can break Nature's enslavement to take control of our existence, raise a family with someone we love, and create artwork, literature, and structure t
Yellow Corn Benefits: The Most Important and Best Benefits of This Healthy Food
The benefits of yellow corn have been known for a long time. It is a great source of nutrients and energy. The benefits are: — Yellow corn is a staple food in many countries. It is a great source of carbohydrates and protein, which makes it an ideal food for diets. The most important benefit of t
Plant Watering Using a Cut off Bottle for Watering Funnel
It's hard to water some of my plants..
How Has Overfishing Impacted Thailand?
Since 1966, Thai waters are one of the most overexploited area on Earth. Today, Thai's maritime resources and biodiversity are in a crisis. Nowadays, fishing vessels catch only 14% of what they used to. How has it impacted Thailand's economy? And what steps are being taken to preserve marine life?
IC, UV, and AI
All the modern technological advances were and are not possible without the IC. To make ever-smaller IC that consumes ever-smaller power requires UV light source is used to etch complex electronic circuits onto silicon chips. It has always been our goal to create machines with AI that learn, react,
A Demon of the Abyss: The Giant Squid
Giant squid and his cousin, the colossal squid are elusive, enormous, and ferocious. Tales of monsters sinking ships, drowning sailors told for years. Squid are fascinating, rarely seen by man, and the primary source of food by sperm whales.
Systems Biology Approach to Long COVID Treatment
The findings signified the role of pharmacotherapies, diagnostic modalities, immunoinformatic strategies, genomics, metabolomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, immunomics, and lipid identification techniques in improving the recovery and post-recovery experiences of patients with COVID-19 infection.
The Importance of Animals and Birds in the Ecosystem
From bees and butterflies pollinating crops to birds eating insect pests, these species have a crucial role in maintaining life on Earth as we know it.
Eagle Watching - an Exciting Pastime in Southern Minnesota
Huge birds, big nests, amazing to behold..
Eight Predictions About the Future of Agriculture
The farming industry has changed quite a bit in the past century, and it will probably look even more different in 30 years than it does today. In fact, according to some estimates, 50% of all jobs in the US will be in technology and engineering fields by the year 2020.
TV Personalities Who Enriched our Views on Life
There are many TV programs out there but only a rare few that have attracted a large, loyal, and cult-like fan base. They all have one thing in common – the program host who is not only knowledgeable about the program's subject matter but also has engaging, persuasive, and cheerful demeanor..
How Will Plants Grow in Space?
When we think of space farming, we tend to focus on the logistical aspects of how it might work, including how it would impact the astronaut’s day-to-day health. However, there’s another important question that needs to be answered: How will plants grow in space?
Good Morning! Why We Wake Up, Toast and Coffee Science
Do you need answers to a few of life's little morning mysteries? Why do we wake up every morning instead of sleeping until noon? Is it Murphy's Law or science that makes your toast land buttery side down? Is there a scientific reason why that first cup of coffee tastes amazing? Read on...
Allergen Journal - Recording the Day of Potential Irritants
I may be allergic to something in my daily life, but is it a food sensitivity, or an allergy...
Real and Unreal
In life, we face real problems of murder/robbery/bullying/deception/financial fraud and unreal expectations of knowing how the world works, studying how to find a job in society, coping with how to work in a stressful environment, and learning how to raise an ever-demanding family.
Clitoria Ternatea (Butterfly Pea) Plant With The Most Benefits
Clitoria ternatea, butterfly pea flower or Bunga telang has many benefits but the flower is not as potent as other parts of the plant. Read on to learn more
Information, Inspiration, and Innovation
From propeller plane to jet-engine airline to rocket-power space shuttle, from wired telephone to mobile phone to iPhone, and from Model-T car to electric car to self-driving car, all these developments were not possible without Information, Inspiration, and Innovation.