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Science is always super cool. But do you know that there many interesting things that happen on the earth and even after death of a human being. Yes, there are many interesting scientific facts which are hard to digest, but all of them are facts.
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1 – Animals raining from the sky: Yes, this is mysterious, but a fact and is also a very common climatic phenomenon. In the past, it was seen in many community, that fishes and frogs rain from the sky. The next place go... Read More
Social media is a BIg part of our life. Some people out there cannot live a day after using media apps like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and many more. I mean, sincerely, there are people out there who cannot resist posting their pictures, liking, commenting, changing status…etc.
When social media and different people comes together; one is constrained to hit the ugly road. And that’s the reason, there’s a list of deaths caused by social media today. there are people who lives their LI... Read More
Bill Gates for being the well-healthy man in the world, Bill Gates holds the second post in the list.
Windows phone has almost been dead for a while now and hence Microsoft creater, tech giant Bill Gates have decided to move on! Generally owning an iPhone is quite famous in recent days which speaks the standard and status of the person in a society. With iPhone X recently begun in the market, iPhone has recently establish a lot of buzz for being one among the most costly mobiles in the market... Read More
The world is so vast it’s vastly tough to know the full stretch of its complexities. Humans can only groove at the outside of its bigness, but whenever we do we pick up wonderful information, and images, which are awe inspiring and confuse in equal measure. What we do know has been made readily accessible to the public thanks to the leading space research organizations, so here are 20 of the most interest facts for your reading fulfillment
1. When you gaze into the dark sky, you are lookin... Read More
As the launch nears for the Yamaha Fazer 250, the motorcycle has been caught testing many times. The Yamaha Fazer 250 is expected to be launched by the festive season here in India, though there is no official word from the Japanese bike maker yet.
The Yamaha Fazer 250 will get the same 249cc engine from the FZ25, capable of producing 20.9 HP and 20 Nm of torque. This power plant will come mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The motorcycle will come suspended via 41 mm standard telescopic front forks... Read More
There’s no technological reason why Japan shouldn't be able to move forward with its ambitious plan to build a robotic lunar outpost by 2020 — built by robots, for robots. In fact, there’s really no nation better for the job in terms of technological prowess.
The Institute for the Future’s Mike Liebhold says, “There are private launch vehicles that are probably capable of doing that, and I think the robotics by that point are going to be quite robust.”
A Japanese government pan... Read More
These sleep googles by a company called Sana Health cost a lot more than your typical mask, but it promises peaceful sleep 10 minutes after you put them on. That's because they more than just block the light: they have mechanisms inside that chunky, VR-headset-like frame that give them the power to use audio-visual stimulation. This triggers patterns in the brain present in the best natural sleep cycles to induce deep states of relaxation and beat insomnia. The Sana Sleep mask can even monitor f... Read More
Scientists have developed a new, ground-breaking software that allows deaf and blind people to enjoy television content in real time without any intermediaries. The software, Pervasive Sub, compiles all the subtitles of television channels and sends them to a central server which forwards them to smartphones or tablets.
They are sent to the Braille line of the deaf-blind person using an app that is compatible with different Braille lines and makes it possible to control the speed of the subti... Read More