Interesting questions

What is air
1. What we breathe is the Air. All life forms as well as plants need air to survive on Earth. Also known as Earths atmosphere, Air is made up of many gases like oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrogen and in water forms such as water vapour. .....
Can we see air
2. Air is a colourless gas; since majority of air is nitrogen which itself is a colourless gas. Nitrogen takes of about 78% of air; hence no colour is seen or reflected from air. But we can feel the presence of air as it moves leaves, trees or clothes in the direction of wind. .....
Why do we sweat
3. Sweating is an important way of maintaining body temperature. When our body gets heated it releases moisture in the form of tiny water droplets, which cool the body as it evaporates. Sweating is a way of getting rid of waste material. There are eccrine glands which are under the arms and apocrine glands which are over the rest of the skin that release secretions. Our palms and soles have the maximum number of sweat glands. .....
How is the wind generated
4. Wind is generated by the motion. Due to continuous sunlight in some parts of Earth, the air becomes warm. Warm air being lighter than cold air, it rises up and cold air takes its place. This movement of air causes generation of wind. .....
What is the color of light
5. Many scientists have found out that light is a spectrum of many colors, hence there is no fixed color of light. Newton once displayed this with an experiment as he passed a beam of white light through a prism. The light split into seven colors which were Violet, Indigo, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, Red (or better known as VIBGYOR) just as it can be seen in a rainbow. .....
How is a rainbow formed
6. A true marvel of nature, it is a wonderful arc of the spectrum of colors VIBGYOR. A rainbow is usually seen when sunlight passes through rain drops and is scattered into a band of colors. The light is reflected once from the back of the rain drop and then from the front, thus we see a curved rainbow. .....
What happens to water in the puddles
7. We usually see that water disappears from the puddles. It is nothing but a phenomenon called as evaporation which is changing of the physical form of water from liquid to gas. The water evaporates and changes to water vapours which mix with air. This is similar to how we dry our wet clothes in the sun. .....
Why are slides slippery
8. This is usually caused by a phenomenon called friction. If a surface is rough, it offers maximum friction and sliding will not be smooth. Hence slides are made slippery to reduce friction or resistance. Metal offers less resistance as compared to other materials. .....
How do magnets help in navigation
9. Magnets have been used in the form of magnetised needle or compass that guides navigators and explorers to find their way when they travel. Earth has two magnetic fields with two poles - North and South Pole. The magnetic compass contains a needle which swings in the direction of North-South due to Earths magnetic field. The compass thus is an important tool for navigation due to Earths magnetic field. .....
Why do we see our image in the mirror
10. Mirrors have clean and polished surfaces which reflect light completely when light falls on them. So when we stand in front of a mirror, the light reflected by us bounces back from the mirror and we see our image. .....
When we fall why do we fall down and not up
11. The reason we always fall down is because of Earth's gravity, a force that pulls us down towards it centre. So whenever we fall, we always fall down and not fall up. Sir Isaac Newton discovered the phenomenon of Gravity as he was sitting under an apple tree and suddenly an apple fell down from the tree. .....
Why do sodas contain bubbles
12. Sodas contain a gas called Carbon-dioxide. When this gas is mixed, high pressure gets created in the can as it is trapped in close space. So when you open the can, the trapped gas molecules escape creating fizz or bubbles. .....
What is a cable train
13. Cable trains were specially designed to run on tracks with a steep incline. Conventional trains found it difficult to climb a steep incline thus, the trains were pulled by cable lines attached to the top and bottom. Many versions of this train are found nowadays in the form of rope way or better known as cable car used in mountains or mines and quarries. .....
Who was the first person to fly across the Atlantic Ocean
14. On May 20, 1927, Charles A . Lindbergh became the first American Pilot who flew non stop across the Atlantic Ocean. His plane named ""The Spirit of St. Louis"" took off from, Roosevelt Field near New York City and set for Atlantic Ocean towards Ireland. It took about 34 hours when he finally landed to become the first person to cross Atlantic Ocean in a single flight.
The first woman to cross the Atlantic Ocean was Ameila Earheart, a very popular character also seen in ""Night at the Museum: Part II"" movie. She made this marvellous feat in 1932. A very prolific flyer and noted writer, she however disappeared in her solo flight over the Pacific Ocean was declared dead. .....
Can a car run on steam
15. Many designs were made for development and experimentation of a steam engine used to power a car. Many attempts failed to make the car run at higher speeds as they became heavy as well. But the first usable steam car was built in 1899 in Conneticut. Among them the best selling car was "Stanley Steamer", built between 1896 to 1924. The car set a new World Speed record going at 127 miles per hour when tested in Florida in 1906. .....
What is an avalanche
16. A snow avalanche is like any other natural force which we see in the form of earthquakes or tornadoes. When loose snow slides down a slope, it gathers more snow and becomes larger, wider and massive with greater speeds falling down. Avalanches with dry snow is very devastating as it half flies in the air as well. .....
What is the function of blood in human body
17. The blood is responsible for carrying oxygen from lungs to various body tissues. Oxygen also controls the flow of nutrients, hormones and enzymes during metabolism. It also controls water content, regulates our body temperature and is responsible in blood clotting. Blood contains immunity building antibodies and white cells which prevent any diseases in the human body. Thus it is very vital for living. .....
What happens when we breathe
18. When we take in air, our diaphragm expands which increases the space for our chest cavity so our lungs can take in maximum amount of air. This air reaches directly to our lungs. Our lungs contain air sacks called as alveoli which then diffuse oxygen from the air into our body by blood vessels called as capillaries. .....
Why do we yawn
19. When we are tired, we yawn. In this case our breathing becomes much slower than normal rate and our body does not get sufficient oxygen. Our body then releases extra carbon dioxide to make up for the slow intake of oxygen. .....
Can we hear our heartbeat
20. We can feel our heart beating all the time. Gently place your hand on the left side of your chest and feel your heart beating. We feel our heart beating more strongly when we are exercising, or nervous or under any extreme physical or mental condition. .....
Why do we have dreams
21. According to scientists, when we sleep our brain creates a subconscious mix of things from its stored memories, emotions or moods. This weaves a dream of things or information which we hardly even recall or remember in our day to day life. Though dreams tend to be very fuzzy, and appear to have no ending or beginning, it is believed that they do hold some hidden meaning. .....
What is the work of our kidneys
22. The kidneys in our body cleanse the bloodstream and maintain the chemical balance in the body. After the process of digestion is completed, the waste mixes in the bloodstream. Kidneys filter this blood and the waste and excess water is thrown in bladder. The waste is removed through human body in the form of urine. .....
How are seeds made
23. During fertilization, the deposited pollen on the female flower moves below the flower and into the top most part of stem. Here after successful mixing of male and female DNA, the pollen ripens and develops into a fruit which contain seeds. Thus a seed is developed which inturn has an embryo and an outer covering. .....
What makes us sneeze
24. The air we breathe is usually a mixture of many substances which need to be avoided by our nose. Our nose senses this and expels unwanted particles through the nostrils be it dust or pungent smell. Many people are very sensitive and react strongly when they smell substances like paints or perfumes. This makes them sneeze. .....
What makes us shed tears
25. Our eyes have tear or lacrimal glands located at the outer corner of our eye behind the upper eyelid. When we blink, a salty solution is released that washes the eyes and is drained into the tear duct in the corner of the eye. It has been observed that during happiness or sadness, there is excess blood flows to the face or increased pressure and the upper eyelid squeezes the lacrimal gland. When these causes excessive build up, it comes out in the form of tears in our eyes. .....
When was the first farming done
26. According to Archaeologists, farming was not a mainstream activity till 13,000 years ago. Farming soon emerged as a livelihood later in different parts of the world, starting in Asia then in some parts of Africa, Mexico and America. .....
What were the weapons used by man in prehistoric times
27. In prehistoric times, our ancestors used to make tools from stone. Gradually man started to make stone tools by removing flakes and blades from a stone. Bones and horns became a common tool later, along with other weapons such as the bow and arrow or spear. Man later evolved and started using metals such as bronze and iron. .....
How did we gather information about our ancestors
28. Researchers and scientists gather information about pre-historic life by studying remains of plants, animals and other objects, their fossil imprints and human bones. According to scientists, the study of human evolution consisted of apes which evolved into three distinct categories. One of the species was of humans, whle other two were of gorillas and chimpanzees. Much information is derived from the drawings and inscriptions on the wall. .....
Who were the most ancient Greek Philosophers
29. Among many famous scholars, mathematicians, rulers, poets, Alexander the Great is considered to be one of the most greatest military rulers. Aristotle and Plato contributed hugely in life and ethics. Meanwhile Archimedes, the astrologer became a pioneer in the field of science and mathematics. Thus Greece has been a homeland to some of the most brilliant people in the history of time. .....
Why did Pharaohs need pyramids
30. Pharaohs were Egyptian kings who wanted the construction of pyramids as places of burial. In fear that their dead remains would be robbed, thus enclosed structures known as pyramids came into existence. .....
What was the venue for the first Olympics
31. The first Olympics were held in the early 700 BC in Greece. To commemorate the occasion, an ivory and bronze statue of Zeus was built. The first modern Olympics were held in Athens in 1896 and the winners were crowned with a wreath made of olive and tree branches. .....
What is the Asteroid Belt
32. The region between the inner planets and outer planets is covered by thousands of asteroids orbiting around the sun. This region came to be known as the Asteroid Belt. The belt between Mars and Jupiter is known as the Main Asteroid Belt. .....
What is the Sun made up of
33. The sun is entirely made up of two gases called hydrogen and helium which are also the lightest elements in the universe. The sun is mostly made up of hydrogen which occupies 72 percent of the Sun's mass whereas helium consists of the remaining 26 percent followed by other elements. .....
How does the moon shine
34. The moon shines bright because it reflects the light which reaches it from the sun. Even though moon reflects only 7 percent of Sun's light it glows slowly but not as bright as the sun. .....
How can we use the Sun s energy
35. Sun's energy can be harnessed in many ways. People are moving towards natural sources of energy such as Solar Energy which causes zero pollution. This solar energy due to its heat can be used for heating purposes. Hence solar cookers and water heaters apply the same principle. Solar cells are available nowadays which trap sun's light and convert this into electric energy. .....
What is a Galaxy
36. A galaxy is nothing but a collection of stars, dust and gases. This group of stars and gases are held together in a disc-like manner because of a gravitational force. It is believed that it would take a few hundreds of light years to cross a single galaxy. .....
What are Constellations
37. A group of stars situated closely to each other form what is known as a constellation. These constellations are defined as patterns formed by prominent stars known to us. A few common constellations are Ursa Major and Ursa Minor. Orion the hunter is also a famous constellation. .....
What is Astronomy
38. Astronomy is the branch of science which studies celestial bodies, like planets, stars, constellations that lie around the Earth's atmosphere. The world's oldest civilisations made use of astronomy to predict the future. Today, astronomy is hugely linked with physics as scientists study various aspects of the Universe such as for communication and other purposes. .....
Why do Astronauts use space suits
39. Astronauts wear space suits whenever they leave a spacecraft as they become exposed to very low temperatures and high levels of radiation. Since there is no air in space, the suits provide breathing are equipped with an attached apparatus. Thus this suit is essential for an astronaut otherwise he would freeze due to cold in gravity less space. .....
Who was the first person to land on the Moon
40. 28th July 1969 was an important day in the history of mankind as Neil Armstrong (left) set foot on moon and became the first person to walk on its surface. Accompanied by Michael Collins (center) and Buzz Aldrin (right) in Apollo 11 spacecraft, Neil Armstrong said, "its one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." .....
Which weapons were used by the Roman soldiers
41. The Roman Army was well trained to fight and defend themselves. They used swords, daggers and carried a long spear. They often wore shields and helmets for their safety. .....
Which was the biggest ever land animal
42. The biggest ever land animal was a dinosaur which belonged to the Sauropod family. Scientists have named it Amphicoelias fragillimus. This discovery was made by scientists who found the dinosaur's incomplete fossil. .....
Where did dinosaurs live
43. According to research, dinosaurs were present on all continents. But since very little information can be obtained from fossil data, nothing much can be said about them. Though traces of plants and animals have been found but it stil remains unclear. .....
What happened to the dinosaurs
44. During the last years of the Cretaceous Period, Earth became much cooler and drier. The dinosaurs could not adapt themselves to this environmental changes and became extinct. Many volcanic eruptions and asteroid attacks were also responsible for the climatic shift which also lead to the extinction of dinosaurs. .....
Which planet was found by an accident
45. Sir William Herschel accidentally discovered Uranus in 1791. Many astronomers had noticed this planet but misunderstood it to be a star. Sir William noticed that one star was different from the others and seemed much farther away from the Sun and Earth. The star was later named as Uranus. .....
Why is sea water salty
46. The combined presence of minerals salts, chemicals and dead remains of marine animals makes the water salty. Most of these minerals come from rivers and streams that add water to the sea, rainfalls, weathering of rocks below the sea. Also during evaporation process, pure water is evaporated from the sea and concentrated salt water is left behind. Thus the water remains salty. .....
How much high are waterfalls
47. Every waterfall has a different height. Angel Falls located in Venezuela is 3,212 feet high and is the highest waterfall in the world. In contrast, this is higher than two Empire State Building or the Burj Khalifa Towers. Its fall has a drop of 2,648 feet. Other notable waterfalls include the Waihilau Falls in Hawaii which is 2,600 feet high. .....
How are islands made
48. Islands are usually of two types - continental and oceanic islands. Continental islands are basically extensions of a continent that remain connected underwater along parent continent's coastline. Whereas Oceanic islands are formed when a volcanic activity or other disturbances take place on the ocean floor. These islands are thus pushed out of the ocean floor. United Kingdom and Japan are examples of continental islands whereas Hawaii is an oceanic island. .....
Which is the biggest ocean
49. The Pacific Ocean is the biggest ocean with an area of 165.2 million square kilometres and occupies about 33 percent of Earth's surface area. The pacific ocean is larger than all the land areas put together. The ocean covers from America to Asia and to Australia from the other side. .....
Which plants are found in seawater
50. A variety of sea grasses are found in sea water. These are rooted in the sandy sea beds and even bear flowers and cover wide expanses like a meadow. The plants have long and narrow leaves which are green. Since they need sunlight for photosynthesis, this grass is commonly found in lighted or photic sea zones or around the shallow and protected coastal waters. The plants add oxygen to the air and protect the shoreline from being eroded. .....
Can Animals survive on the Arctic Circle
51. Yes, animals and wildlife do survive on the Arctic as these animals have adapted themselves to the extremely cold weather. Arctic foxes, polar bears all have a thick furry coat which keeps them warm. Even walruses and whales can also be found here. The sea animals contain a thick layer of fat under their skin called blubber to keep them warm. Other fish also survive in this cold due to a protein present which prevents the blood from freezing. .....
Weird Olympic Sports
Skijoring. This is real. Skijoring is a real sport that many, many people still participate in. As shown above, its an activity that involves strapping your feet to skis and your torso to dogs and then going as fast as you can. In fancier locales, horses may be .....
The Best bits of Brazil
The Amazon. Most of the Amazon rainforest is located in Brazil (and it is rich with tropical birds and animals. It is not a place for the faint of heart, we must add, as cougars, black caimans and anacondas live in the undergrowth and these two chaps pictured h .....
Simple Science
How Chills are Caused. Other Facts about Heat: The discomfort we feel in an overcrowded room is partly due to an excess of moisture in the air, resulting from the breathing and perspiration of many persons. The air soon becomes saturated with vapor and cannot take away the .....
Biggest things in the World
Largest Radio Flyer Wagon. Located in Spokane s Riverfront Park, this giant wagon is the work of artist Ken Spiering, commissioned by the Jr. League of Spokane. According to an article from Washington s Outer Limits, ... artist Ken Spiering s ideas for a bronze sculpture had .....
Benefits of Pumpkins
Heart Healthy Magnesium. One quarter cup of pumpkin seeds contains nearly half of the recommended daily amount ofandmagnesium, which participates in a wide range of vitally important physiological functions, including the creation of ATP (adenosine triphosphate, the energy m .....
The Best Selling Cars in the World
Peugeot 208 hatchback. With the Peugeot 208 the French company has attempted to rekindle the magic of the Peugeot 205 a car that had buckets of charm and was lots of fun to drive. The 208s clearly been a success with the carbuying public and it is easy to see why when you .....
Benefits of ladys finger
Deseeded ladies finger. Wash and clean the vegetable with a clean cloth. Remove a portion of its two extremes, which are inedible. Hold it in a horizontal position and cut into two halves. Now gently remove all the seeds. You may further slit it or let it remain into halves .....
Benefits of Papayas
Cancer. Consumption of the powerful antioxidant betacarotene (found in papayas) has been shown to have an inverse association with the development ofcolon cancerin the Japanese population. Papaya also provides protection against heart diseases. As it is rich .....
Ways To Waste Less Food
Tupperware Not just an excuse for parties. You re more likely to store your food properly if you have the right equipment. Invest in reusable, glass tupperware (stores better than the plastic disposable kind), as well as chip clips, and cookie tins. (Mason jars work too) .....
Benefits of Jalapeno
Helps your blood system. They help defend heart health by reducing cholesterol, triglycerides and helps dissolve fibrin which blood clots need in order to form. Jalape .....
Valentines Day Crafts
Conversation Heart Charm Bracelet. Make this adorable conversation heart bracelet that any female would swoon over. The conversation hearts are made from polymer clay so you can easily personalize them. .....
Precaution while using LPG
Liquefied petroleum gas or liquid petroleum gas. Liquefied petroleum gas or liquid petroleum gas (LPG or LP gas), also referred to as simply propane or butane, is a flammable mixture of hydrocarbon gases used as a fuel in heating appliances, cooking equipment, and vehicles.It is increasingly used a .....
Benefits of Pears
Tips for Preparing and Cooking. Fresh pears are delicious eaten as is after gently washing the skin by running it under cool water and patting it dry. Since their skin provides about half of the pears total dietary fiber as well as its antioxidant and antiinflammatory phytonutrient .....
Narayana Murthy
Virtues. Narayanas wife being a philanthropist, he too believes in philanthropy.Murthy comes across as a very social and friendly man. He always raises his voice for various social issues in the country such as, Elections, unemployment, poverty etc.He is a co .....
Benefits of Celery
Treats rheumatism. Celery extracts, which contain 85% 3nB, are effective for treating arthritis and muscular pains. In humans, researchers have found that people who eat a diet rich in lutein found in celery, spinach, broccoli, lettuce, tomatoes, oranges, carrots, and .....
Benefits of Rosemary
Neurological protection. Scientists have found that rosemary is also good for your brain. Rosemary contains an ingredient, carnosic acid, that is able to fight off free radical damage in the brain. .....
Movie Plot Holes and Paradoxes
Avatar Go back home. Pandora is saved. Go back home to your dying planet you humans! I like to believe that yes, the defeated humans did reflect on what they had done, and maybe decided to value life and nature above commerce and needless industrialisation. After all, th .....
Home Remedies
Longevity. 1. 5 to 10 basil (tulsi) leaves taken along with water every morning on an empty stomach continuously for 108 days. Low blood pressure2. Have juice of basil (tulsi) leaves (10-15) mixed with 1 teaspoon honey. w Add 3/4 cup crushed liquorice (mulathi) .....
Amazing Halloween Makeup Ideas For Women
Cat. The cat costume is justpurrfectfor the occasion! A scary black cat with green eyes will give your friends the chills. Get a full body costume or a head dress to get that Halloween look. Cute and cuddly Persian fur or sleek short hair will just kill i .....
World Flags
Northern Mariana Islands. blue, with a white, five-pointed star superimposed on a gray latte stone (the traditional foundation stone used in building) in the center, surrounded by a wreath; blue symbolizes the Pacific Ocean, the star represents the Commonwealth; the latte sto .....
Billiards Pool Game for Beginners
Learning where to hit the cue ball. (An Aiming System)Most beginners dont realize that learning to hit straight in step two is the hardest part of learning pool. If you have learned to accurately hit where you aim, then all you need is someone to show you where to aim the cue ball.Ever .....
Most Popular Cricketers Perpetually
M S Dhoni. Mahendra Singh Dhoni is an Indian cricketer and the most famous and successful captain of the Indian national cricket team in all three forms of the game and the Chennai Super Kings cricket team. He led the Indian team to the number one position in I .....
Xmas For Kids
Childrens Hand Cookies. Older children can use their hand to outline the cookies, drawing around it on the dough with a skewer and using a knife tip to cut along the line. If your child cant participate, make a pattern from a manila folder. Translucent parchment works well .....
Rules to play Dominoes
A player plays out of turn. When a player plays out of turn, it is called a misplay. If a player plays out of turn and it is discovered before the next player makes his play, he must recall his tile. If a player plays out of turn and it is not discovered before the next play, t .....
Best Hotel Swimming Pools
Grace Santorini. Check out the satellite images on Google Maps and you can see that Santorini isnt short of pools with a view there they are little clifftop patches of blue strung out all along the rim of the caldera. But the pool at Grace Santorini still manages to .....
Benefits of Cashew
Production. Nigeria was the world's largest producer of cashew nuts with shell in 2010. Cashew nut production trends have varied over the decades. Cashew nuts are produced in tropical countries because the tree is very frost sensitive; they have been adapted to .....
Tips to Improve Your Life
Make Your PDA Green. If you are worried about e waste and the toxins produced by burying and burning old cell phones and PDAs, you may want to try my green hipsters pda. .....
Most Beautiful White Flowers
Magnolia Flower. Magnolia flower is extremely popular in USA and is the official state flower of Mississippi and Louisiana. These flowers do not have petal like other flowers, instead they have tepals in place of petals. The general meaning of Magnolia is feminine sw .....
Rajiv Gandhi
Bofors Case. The infamous Bofors scandal that still haunts the political walls of the country was exposed during Rajiv Gandhis reign. A strong corruption racket involving many stalwarts of the Congress Party was unearthed in the 1980s. Rajiv Gandhi, the then Prim .....
Avataars of Lord Shiva
Nandi Avatar 1. As a primary Hindu God, Nandi is traced in lineage back to ancient dairy farmers that depended on cows for their main livelihood. As their foremost source of sustenance, Nandi was worshiped as keeper of the herds. In this form he was said to be bullf .....
Weird cars in the world
Poodle Car. Most of us have very usual cars maybe an old VW, or a red fancy Ferrari. Our roads are full of those, but they rarely catch our attention. While VW can mean, that you have some financial problems, Ferrari shows that you are a rich lucky bastard. Bu .....
Handprint Crafts
Handprint And Footprint Ghosts. These handprint and footprint ghosts are so effective and, if you remember to date them, a great way of capturing a memory of your child. .....
Homeopathy
SCUTELLARIA. Scutellaria laterifoliaVirginia skullcap.Key Uses:Chronic fatigue syndromeHeadaches with possible dizziness, twitching muscles, and sensitivity to lightNervous exhaustion, possibly as a result of illness, continuous, tiring work, or overstudyingOrigi .....
Stress Management Tips
Put It on Paper. Writing provides perspective, says Paul J. Rosch, M.D., president of the American Institute of Stress in Yonkers, NY. Divide a piece of paper into two parts. On the left side, list the stressors you may be able to change, and on the right, list the o .....
Romantic Valentines Day Ideas
Send your sweetie a sweet short and sexy text. Send your sweetie a sweet, short and sexy text or email. (Not to his work email!) .....
Rules to play Caber Toss
Tossing the Caber. There is no standard size or weight of a caber but the caber should be of a length and weight such that at least half the competitors can turn it. The caber is to be made only of wood. The caber shall be placed upright for the competitor, with the he .....
Jumping Jacks
Toning Exercises. Tone your lower abdominal muscles with the abdominal hold. Start out sitting on the edge of a firm chair. Slowly lift your feet about 2 to 4 inches off the floor and hold for a few seconds. Release and continue to repeat this exercise for a minute.An .....
Most Desirable Women
Kerry Washington. Kerry Marisa Washington is an American actress born on January 31, 1977. She attended the Spence School in Manhattan, and later went to The George Washington University, and graduated in 1998 with double majors in sociology and anthropology. She has .....
Amazing Things to do New Years
OXO Tower London. Shimmering on the banks of the Thames, go back in time to what New Years celebrations were all about with a Venetian Masquerade blacktie ball at the OXO Tower. Decadent, opulent and above all, mysterious, think beautiful dresses and high drama to get .....
Parachute Activity
Basket. Chute Flat in the Air. Players hold the rolled edge of chute waist high with enough tension to keep it flat. Get ball into center hole. Players may discover that raising and lowering chute is more effective than shaking. Challenge class to make a bas .....
Benefits of Durian
It helps to remove toxins in the blood. The durian fruit is really a powerful blood cleanser which will help to eliminate gathered toxins within the blood. This action helps you to safeguard the body through numerous illnesses. ? Durian is rich in dietary fiber, which makes it a good bulk .....
Precautions while using Electrical Equipment
Electrical Safety. Electrically powered equipment, such as hot plates, stirrers, vacuum pumps, electrophoresis apparatus, lasers, heating mantles, ultrasonicators, power supplies, and microwave ovens are essential elements of many word areas. These devices can pose a s .....
Forever Young Naturally Beauty
Eternal Style Choosing role models. When you despair of the bright young things adorning TV and magazines, look out for the models hitting 50 and beyond who are becoming the new faces of cosmetic conglomerates and fashion houses: Twiggy, Christie Brinkley, Sharon Stone, and Catherine D .....
Rules to play Water Skiing
Freestyle jumping. Freestyle jumping is often related to show skiing. The goal is to go off the jump, perform one of many stunts, and successfully land back on the water. The most common freestyle stunts in order of usual progression would be a heli (360 .....
Antioxidant rich foods
Blueberries. Discovered in recent tests to be the most powerful antioxidants of all, blueberries have the strongest potential to prevent the diseases of old age. It has been found that 100g a day can stimulate the growth of new brain cells and may help prevent me .....
Greatest Cricketers of All Time
Wally Hammond. Wally is regarded as one of the premier batsmen of England as he scored over 50,000 runs in his first class career and 7,000+ runs in test cricket with an amazing average of 58.45. .....
Healthy Skin
Make sure acid laced products are pH balanced. This means their pH is in sync with skin, so they gently remove sebum (an oily substance secreted by the skin) and makeup without stripping natural oils, Graf says. Look for the words pH-balanced on cleansers that contain glycolic or lactic acids .....
Forever Young Naturally Lifestyle
Positive thinking Look in on yourself. Try to see yourself from the perspective of someone looking in on your life. Refer to yourself in the third person. Does she enjoy life to the full? Does he make the most of opportunities? Why does she spend so much time frowning? .....
Myth about Allergies
You Build Resistance to Medication. People think that since they dont feel any ease in their symptoms, that theyre resistant to their medication. This is because many allergy medications only prevent outbreak of symptoms, before you actually come into contact with any allergens. .....
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