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Giant asteroid to hit the Earth in 2019. Image Courtesy – Daily Express A panic has been surrounded in the world that a huge asteroid could hit this year. News from various sources published over the last couple of days informing us that we are about to collide with a huge piece of rock that […]

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Honey Bees can solve arithmetic problems better than many human. Image Courtesy – Welcome Wildlife A new research released earlier this year that honey bees, having 20,000 times smaller brain than human being, are efficient of grasping complicated arithmetic. The study proved that bigger should not be always better as far as brains are concerned. […]

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Galápagos tortoise – first time marked after 100 years. Image Courtesy – https://www.usatoday.com A giant tortoise has been found on the Galápagos island of Fernandina, Ecuador. The government of Ecuador stated that Chelonoidis phantasticus, an adult female Giant Tortoise was marked on 17th February, 2019. This species of tortoise was last noticed in the year […]

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Top 10 Tips To Lower Electricity Bills Every Month. Image Courtesy – https://www.lycomingheating.com If ‘Energy Saved Is similar to Energy Gained’ then you can always consider ‘Money Saved and Money Earned’. We work to earn money and then we spend the money to get the basic and other necessities for us and our families. The […]

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Jet Streams – how much important they are for Flight travel? Image Courtesy – http://blueskiesmeteorology.com You may have some questions in your mind like: What are Jet streams? What are the importances of jet streams for flight operation? First of all we should have a clear idea about Jet streams – Jet streams are rapidly […]

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Associate Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University thinking about ‘Articificial Intelligence’. Image Courtesy – http://www.theverge.com. Andrew Ng, Leading Scientist at Chinese Internet giant Baidu and co-designer of the ‘Google Brain’, accepts there are other, more impending dangers concerning ‘Artificial Intelligence’ that aren’t getting enough consideration. Andrew surmised that the discussion is diverting governments and […]

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Busy schedule maintains the capacity of brain even at old age. Image Courtesy – https://ingredientalliance.com. As you grow older, your brain loses its sharpness and tends to get inactive. But a new scientific research reported that you can maintain the sharpness of your brain by engaging it with various activities. The research suggested that you […]

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Ice melting in Antarctica can cause rise in sea levels even more than 1 metre. Image Courtesy – http://blogs.ei.columbia.edu. Scientists have observed by a new research that sea-level throughout the world may rise more than 1 metre by 2100 due to melting of ice in Antarctica region if we fail to control emissions of greenhouse […]

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Lead poisoning – silently covering the world. Image Courtesy – http://guardian.ng. Lead poisoning is a disease of environment, and it is gradually increasing with our lifestyle, using of new technology and devices as well. It is the most toxic element as far as others are concerned, and it is among the most studied elements as […]

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‘Mini-brains’ are consisting of a number of neurons and cells of the human brain. Image Courtesy – http://www.zmescience.com. In a statement on their scientific research at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, scientists say that they have created small ‘mini-brains’ consisting of a number of neurons and cells of the human brain. It […]

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