Weird places on earth

Stonehenge
1. Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England was built between 3000 BC and 2000 BC and modified throughout several stages the last 5,000 years. Theories abound from the transport and placing of the rocks to the significance of this central meeting point. Still, many gather around this mystic site for the summer and winter solstice every year. .....
Easter Island
2. Not only were the people, or the Rapa Nui, living in this remote island, they built these 887 giant Moai rock statues, the lightest weighing 86 tons, and were able to move them around from platform to platform around the island. How the Rapa Nui accomplished this feat? We can only begin to guess. .....
Nazca Lines
3. These massive ground drawings in the city of Ica, less than 200 miles south of Perus capital of Lima, measure up to 660 feet. In its entirety, most of them can only seen on airplanes or from observation towers. The reason these drawings exist remain unknown, but the latest theory suggests a labyrinth for spiritual journeys. .....
Teotihuacan
4. Very little is known about the people who lived in the city of Teotihuacan. About 30 miles northeast of Mexico City, it was the greatest city in the Western Hemisphere before the 1400s, the Mayans, and the Aztecs. The Aztecs, after discovering the city, named it Teotihuacan, the place where god were created. .....
Plain of Jars
5. Measuring up to 10 feet in height, these jars are spread out in clusters all across the Xieng Khouang province of Laos. In some of these clusters, there are over 250 jars. Some believe they were used as burial sites, or according to legend, giants may have used these jars to store their alcohol. .....
Great Pyramids of Giza
6. Its the only wonder of the ancient world that exists today and were not any closer to understanding the details of how the ancient world accomplished this extraordinary feat. .....
Gobekli Tepe
7. This religious site in Urfa, Turkey was built in 10,000 BC, predating the Great Pyramids by 7,000 years. Excavations only recently started in 1995, but many questions have already come up. In an age when only hunter-gatherers roamed, how were they able to build such complex structures? .....
Hoia Baciu Forest
8. This forest is known as the Bermuda Triangle of Romania. Multiple people have gone missing in it, people have sighted UFOs, there has been unexplained electrical phenomena and more. .....
The Catacombs
9. The Parisian catacombs are a giant ossuary and cemetary that are located beneath that citys streets. There are approximately 6 million bodies put to rest in the catacombs. There is a city of the dead waiting to be explored beneath the city of lights. .....
The M tter Museum
10. The M?tter Museum is an institution dedicated to medical anomalies. It houses organs, bones, fetuses and statues thatll leave you with chills. Its medical oddities, anatomical and pathological specimens, wax models, and antique medical equipment are world-famous. .....
Varosha
11. Varosha is a completely uninhabited resort city on Cyprus coast. After the Turkish invasion, Varosha was quickly evacuated. Today, Varosha stands frozen displaying exactly how life was in 1974. From a distance it looks like a bustling resort town, but it is completely dead. .....
Oradour sur Glane
12. This is a small French village that was decimated by the Nazis in WWII. The entire city was burned and almost every inhabitant was executed. The remnants of the village still stand today. .....
The Door to Hell
13. This was once a gas field, but the Soviets set it on fire. Now, it has been burning for over 40 years. It seems that the dangerous pit of fire will never stop burning. .....
Maunsell Sea Forts
14. These were designed to protect England from a potential Nazi invasion during WWII. Today, they stand empty, ghosts guarding the coast (except for the occasional sea bird or vandals). .....
Leap Castle
15. The Leap Castle is reportedly one of the most haunted castles in the world. Its rumored that the hallways are patrolled by the Elemental, an unseen force. The castle is allegedly haunted because it hosted historic slaughters and was even built on top of a torture pit. .....
San Zhi Resort
16. This resort was built to be a tranquil place, but because of the strange amount of deaths during the construction, it was abandoned. Now, the pod resort stands empty and supposedly haunted. .....
Wonderland
17. Wonderland was supposed to be Chinas version of Disneyland, but much bigger. There were construction problems with the project, leading it to be abandoned. The remains of the theme park are still in the middle of an empty field, open to adventurers. .....
Jacobs Well
18. This natural spring is over 100 feet deep. Many locals jump into the well for recreation, even though there are sharp rocks jutting out from all sides. Scuba divers explore the depths of this well, but with caution. Over the years, novice divers have perished in the well. .....
Kryziu Kalnas
19. Kryziu Kalnas was originally a ceremonial site where Lithuanians would mourn the dead lost at war. The Soviet Union bulldozed the area twice, but locals rebuilt it to be even bigger. Today, over 100,000 crosses stand on the hill. .....
Kabayan Mummy Caves
20. The Kabayan Mummy Burial Caves are manmade caves full of preserved mummies, isolated from most of the world. These mummies are some of the best preserved in the world. .....
Muynak
21. Muynak was once a busy port city on the Aral Sea. The Soviet Union drained the Aral Sea for irrigation purposes, destroying Muynak and leaving the remants of a busy port sit in a desert wasteland. .....
Centralia
22. This was one a busy mining town, until the coal veins under the city caught fire. This dangerous fire has been burning since 1962. The town was bandoned, except for approximately 10 people who still live there. The creepy town was the visual inspiration for the horror movie Silent Hill. .....
Island of the Dolls
23. This place is an uninhabited island in Xochimilco, Mexico. According to legend, a girl died in the canals surrounding the island, after which dolls began to wash ashore constantly. The islands only inhabitant and caretaker then began to hang the dolls that would wash ashore in memory of the little girl. .....
Cincinnatis Abandoned Subway
24. There were plans to build a subway system in Cincinnati in the early 1900s. The city ran out of funding, but the tunnels that were constructed are still open beneath the city, a maze that is left to be explored. .....
Jatinga
25. Jatinga is a relatively normal town, but its plagued by massive bird suicides that happen every September ? October. The en masse bird deaths occur at the end of the monsoon months, when on dark, foggy nights the bird populations are attracted to the lights of villages and are then killed by the villagers. In modern times, conservation groups have made an effort to decrease the amount of bird deaths during this season. .....
Akodessewa Fetish Market
26. Over half of the population of Togo practices indigenous beliefs, requiring religious paraphernalia you would not find in any normal market. Shrunken heads, skulls, flesh and more can be found in a fetish market like this. .....
Area 51
27. Something strange is going on at Area 51 or is it? This military based is about 80 miles northwest of Las Vegas. Its claim to fame is that its supposedly the top-secret site where alien bodies and technology were taken after a UFO crash-landing in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947. While its true the military base is secretive (most military bases are), many of the conspiracy claims surrounding Area 51 have been thoroughly debunked. .....
Bermuda Triangle
28. What secrets lurk in the triangle of ocean between Floridas southern tip, Bermuda and San Juan, Puerto Rico? The Bermuda triangle is said to gobble up ships and airplanes without a trace. Slight problem with the legend: Most of the mysterious disappearances cited by believers werent mysterious at all, but occurred during storms or didnt even sink within the triangles borders. .....
The Lost City of Atlantis
29. Can it be one of the weirdest places on Earth if no one knows where it is and its actually just a legend? Lets go with yes after all, many people are convinced that there really was a peaceful utopia that sunk beneath the sea in time immemorial, and theyve tried to pinpoint it in spots all over the world. Even Google Earth once fed the legend with a data glitch that created a gridlike pattern on the ocean floor. Keen-eyed observers speculated that it might be the lost streets of Atlantis. .....
Angkor Wat
30. Among the largest religious monuments ever created, Angkor Wat stands out for its gorgeous towers and intricate artwork. The temple city, which sits in what is now Cambodia, was built between A.D. 1113 and 1150. Its towers are meant to elicit the mythological Hindu mountain Mount Meru, and the temple was originally built in honor of the Hindu god Vishnu. Several hundred years later, Angkor Wat was transformed into a Buddhist site. .....
Loch ness
31. Beautiful Loch Ness would be notable even without the monster sightings that made it a global name. The lake, which is in the Scottish Highlands, is the largest Scottish loch by volume. It gets as deep as 755 feet (230 m) and has a surface area of 21.8 square miles (56.4 square km).Perhaps this mammoth size is part of what led to rumors of a mammoth beast lurking in the lake. The Loch Ness Monster first made headlines in 1933 in an article that suggested a disturbance in the lakes surface may have been a fight between ducks. It was enough to spur rumors, however, especially when a supposed photograph of a long-necked lake monster came out in 1934. (Decades later, the photographer admitted the famous photo was a hoax.) .....
Cahokia
32. The banks of the Mississippi in the Midwest arent necessarily known for world-class cities (sorry, St. Louis). But between A.D. 1050 and A.D. 1200, a city flourished right across from what is today St. Louis that was larger than London in size.Cahokia was spread over six square miles (16 square km) and was home to as many as 20,000 people. Modern development covers much of the site, but archaeologists have discovered that Cahokians drank caffeinated beverages and played a game known as Chunkey. The city may have included a wooden temple and a wooden Stonehenge-like structure, perhaps important for keeping track of solstices and equinoxes. .....
Pamukkale
33. The strange and weirdly beautiful terraced pools of Pamukkale have been appreciated for over two millennia and yet still remain a little known wonder of the world. Thousands of years ago earthquakes, which are common in Turkey, created fractures that allowed powerful hot springs to bring water rich in calcium carbonate to the surface. As the water evaporated the chalky material condensed and formed layer-upon-layer of Travertine and thus slowly built up the walls over time in the same way that a stalactite forms in a cave. Apparently Pammakale means Castle of Cotton but the Greco-Romans built a town above it called Heirapolis ? meaning Holy City or Sacred City. They too recognised it as a rare and important place attributing healing powers to the milky-white waters. .....
Moeraki
34. These large, spherical, alien and strangely beautiful boulders are mainly located on Koekohe Beach, part of the Otago coast of New Zealands South Island. Known as Moeraki Boulders they were originally formed on the sea floor from sedimentary deposits that accreted around a core in the same way that a pearl will form around a particle of sand. The erosion of the cliffs often reveals these boulders from the surrounding mudstone allowing them to join those already on the beach. Some of the larger boulders weigh several tonnes and can be up to three metres wide.Maori legend attributes their origin to the arrival of the first ancestors / giants who came in the great Araiteuru canoe which was sunk by three great waves at nearby Matakaea. .....
The nine hells of beppu
35. Beppu, located on the Japanese island of Kyushu, is the second largest producer of geothermal water in the world. Located in the same area are the Nine Hells or ponds that each has its own remarkable character and colour thanks to the variety of minerals in the outflows. These Hells are a popular tourist attraction in Japan but are little known outside of the country. Seven of the strange geothermal springs are located in the Kannawa area and are known as: Sea or Ocean Hell (Umi Jigoku), Shaven Head Hell (Oniishibozu Jigoku), Cooking Pot Hell (Kamado Jigoku), Mountain Hell (Yama Jigoku), Devil or Monster Mountain Hell (Oniyama Jigoku,) Golden Dragon Hell (Kinryu Jigoku) and White Pond Hell (Shiraike Jigoku). .....
Las ca adas volcano
36. At the summit of Mount Teide, one of the largest Island volcanoes in the World is the Las Ca?adas caldera. The crater, which is an enourmous sixteen kilometres across, is a picture of what Hell might look like if it cooled a little. Sheer walls that formed when the caldera first collapsed encircle this dry and alien place. And, with an arrogance than can only be accepted as typical, humanity has built roads and observatories across this no mans land that is little more than a plug over a sleeping yet still active and very large volcano. When we visited it some years ago we were standing in the viewing gallery when the ground beneath our feet trembled and several windows suddenly cracked. The sleeping giant was grumbling in its sleep. The land mass created by the volcano is Tenerife in the Canary Islands. .....
The great blue hole
37. Found on both land and in the ocean throughout the Bahamas and the national waters of Belize are deep circular cavities known as Blue Holes which are often the entrances to cave networks, some of them up to 14 kilometres in length. Divers have reported a vast number of aquatic creatures some of which are still new to science. In addition, theyve recorded chambers filled with stalactites and stalagmites which only form in dry caves. For the explorers this was proof that at one time, nearly 65,000 years ago, when the world was in the grip of the last major ice age, the sea level of the Bahamas was up to 150 metres lower than it is today. Over time the limestone of the islands was eroded by water and vast cave networks created. When sea levels rose again about 10,000 years ago some of these collapsed inwards and the Blue Holes were formed. .....
Hells door turkmenistan
38. Located in the Kara-Kum desert of Turkmenistan is the village of Darvaza (Derweze) near to where, in 1971, a team of Soviet prospectors allegedly drilled into a large chamber filled with natural gas. The roof of the cavern collapsed leaving a crater-like sinkhole some 25 metres deep with a diameter of approximately 60 - 70 metres. It soon became evident that natural gas was still rising into the crater from even deeper sources and the story goes that the decision was made to ignite the emissions rather than risk either a concentrated build-up of gas or local poisoning. According to various sources it has burned continuously since then and has apparently been named The Gate to Hell by the local people. However, another source that spoke with the guides from the region claims that it is a wholly natural phenomenon. .....
Sanqingxiang
39. Sanqingshan is a relatively small National Park near the city of Shangrao in the Jiangxi province of China. What it lacks in size it makes up for in shear natural beauty. It is officially the 7th World Heritage Site designated in China and has been noted for its exceptional scenic attraction. The key mystique of this remarkable place is the combination of extraordinary granite geology in the form of weird outcrops and pillars combined with seasonal climate variations than often cause mists, fogs and striking sunsets. Those that have visited this place describe a feeling of overwhelming peace and tranquility. This effect is enhanced by the profusion of natural waterfalls, pools and springs. If you allow yourself, it is truly possible to see Earth, Water, Wind and Fire joined in time. .....
Eye of africa
40. From space this mysterious depression in the Sahara Desert of Mauritania really does look like a human eye. The image to the left is the pupil but a visit to Google Earth zoomed out a little will reveal the cliffs that make up the rest of the eye. This natural phenomenon is actually a richat structure caused by the dome shaped symmetrical uplifting of underlying geology now made visible by millennia of erosion. Please note that this explanation is not wholly accepted by the scientific community. There still remain academics that believe it is the sight of a meteor impact and yet others still that believe it resembles the formations caused by underground nuclear blasts. By the way, we estimate that the detonation would have had to be in the gigaton range. Currently no country in the world has a weapon even close to this destructive yield. .....
Racetrack playa
41. Located in one of the flattest places on the face of this planet are the strange and unexplained Sailing Stones of Racetrack Playa - Death Valley - California - USA. Once a year the Playa or flat desert pan experiences short winter rains and becomes slippery as the hexagonal desert floor turns back to mud. During this time the boulders and rocks move leaving clearly visible tracks behind them. Although scientists believe that high winds are responsible, some of the rocks will suddenly change directions and move at almost perfect right angles to their previous direction. All the evidence suggests that this is not a hoax although it is also said that the movement of these rocks has never been captured on film or video. In this technological age we wonder why time lapse photography hasnt been used? .....
Kannesteinen rock
42. Shaped over thousands of years by the crashing waves, Kannesteinen Rock is a magnificent mushroom shaped rock formation located in the rural village of Oppedal, Norway, approximately 10 km west of the center of M?l?y. While difficult to measure the exact size by looking at the photographs, the rock is about three feet high and wide enough for three or four people to stand on. .....
Weird and Wonderful Amazonian Wildlife
Marvellous Spatuletail. The marvellously named marvellous spatuletail is a species of hummingbird, unique among birds for having just four feathers in its tail. What it lacks in quantity it makes up for in quality, as you ll see from the males two long racquet-shaped outer .....
Wedding
Healthy Morning. After the big day be sure to pack your morning with a healthy breakfast and smoothie to put right all the toxins and excesses of the night before - your head will thank you later! .....
Ice Cream Flavors
Tuna and Seaweed with Fruit Ice Cream. Savoryice creamhas become a popular fad in trendy Western restaurants, but ...shrimp, cuttlefish,seaweedand laver (purpleseaweed) combined withfruits. .....
Forever Young Naturally Exercise
Youthful Spirit Listen to new music. Still listening to the songs of your youth? Every couple of months buy a CD by an artist you’ve never heard of. (Try your library and look for free downloads.) Listen to it at least five times. If you like it, follow up the back catalog and CDs by ot .....
Longest Rail Tunnels In the World
Lotschberg Base Tunnel Switzerland. Lotschberg Base Tunnel, built through the Alps in Switzerland, is the third longest railway tunnel in the world. The 34.6km long tunnel allows passenger and freight trains operated by BLS on the Lotschberg line. The tunnel includes a non ballasted tr .....
Tips to Remove Pimples on Face
Tomatoes. Vitamin A is rich in tomatoes which helps to nourish the dead skin and also rejuvenates. This vitamin A will participate in healing the process with quick skin growth and removes the scars. No need of following the big process for using the tomatoes, .....
Precautions while using Websites
Stop websites from tracking you. It s true, they re watching you. Every time you surf the web even in the privacy of your home your actions are constantly being tracked. For instance, if you have signed in to your Google or Microsoft account, your searches are monitored by Googl .....
Benefits of Dill Seeds
Reducing the levels of blood sugar. This essential oil is also helpful in reducing the levels of blood sugar thus making it beneficial for individuals with diabetes. The leaves and seeds of the herb contain essential oils like dillapiol d carvone limonene eugenol myristicin and te .....
Benefits of Kiwi Fruits
Boosts Your Immunity. Kiwi .....
Precautions while using Touch Screen Mobile
Touch screen is very delicate. As already mentioned a number of times before, the touch screen is very delicate and it is equally important how you carry them. If you have a largertouch screen phoneyou should avoid placing it in your front or back pant / jeans pocket, trust me I h .....
Benefits of Curry Leaves
Make a Hair Mask. Take some curry leaves and make a paste of them. Now mix this curry leaves .....
Solar System
Neptune. For centuries people did not know that this planet even existed. Evidently it was discovered by Johann Galle and Heinrich D'Arrest in 1846. Neptune is the smallest of the four gas giants in our Solar System. Neptune is mostly similar to Saturn and Ur .....
Benefits of Honeydew
Bone and Teeth Strength. Honeydew is rich in calcium, which is beneficial for bone and teeth strength and development. Honeydew enhances digestive action within the body. Therefore, the disease associated with digestive issue will be overcome very easily. .....
Amazing Natural Places in the World
Salar de Uyuni. At 4,086 square miles, Salar de Uyuni in southwest Bolivia holds the record for the largest salt flats in the world. In fact, so flat are the flats that the U.S. Geological Survey found that elevation variations across the entire area were less than .....
Rules to play Quad Biking
Multi tasking. Where a quad bike operator undertakes a task (such as spraying or mustering) while operating a quad bike, their skill level needs to be higher than that required for simple riding. Multi tasking increases risk because the operator may focus on the ta .....
Benefits of Oregano
Source of Essential Nutrients. Oregano oil is loaded with vital minerals like magnesium and zinc as well as a host of vitamins such as C and E. An added bonus to the multiple uses of oregano oil, the oil can actually function as a source of essential nutrients when used on a routi .....
Narayana Murthy
Do Good Look Good. Murthy knew the importance of creating an image for Infosys. He invested in creating a sprawling, world class campuses early on, bigger than any other companys headquarters in the country, that would make his global customers feel like they were in a .....
Business Success Tips
Create the right legal structure. One of the first questions every small-busines owner must consider is whether to operate as a sole proprietorship or as a corporate entity. You automatically start out as a sole proprietorship, says Certified Financial Planner David M. Williams, foun .....
Benefits of Mangoes
Mango enhances power urge. The fruit is rich in Vitamin E, which invigorates the hormonal mechanism and improves sex stamina. It is also full of energy so gives extra advantage. Mangoes contain polyphenol compounds as well as quercetin, isoquercitrin, astragalin, fisetin, gall .....
Dams in India
Radhanagari Dam. Radhanagari Dam, is a gravity dam on Bhogawati river near Radhanagari in State of Maharashtra in India. This is the first ever built dam in india .Dam construction was initiated by visionary Rajarshi Shahu on 18 February 1907. Dam is being used for i .....
Lotus Flower Tattoo
Red lotus flower on water. Superb tattoo. I love all the colors of the water and the flower itself. .....
Swach Bharat Abhiyan
Power Coal MNRE PSUs to Construct 50000 Toilets in Schools Work on 1001 Toilets to begin. As a part of the Swachh Bharat Mission , the Public Sector Undertakings ( PSUs) under the Ministries of Power, Coal and New Renewable Energy will construct 50,000 toilets in schools all over the country within next one year up to August 2015.The w .....
Precautions while using Pesticides
Pesticides. Pesticides are poisonous and must be used with caution. READ THE LABEL BEFORE OPENING A PESTICIDE CONTAINER. Follow all label precautions and directions, including requirements for protective equipment. Apply pesticides only on the crops or in the si .....
Durga Puja
Themebased pujas and pandals. Pandals and sculptures inspired by a particular theme have been the hallmark of many community or Sarbajanin Pujas in Kolkata since the 1990s. Puja committees decide on a particular theme, whose elements are incorporated into the pandal and the sculp .....
Tarot Cards
THREE OF WANDS. The Three of Wands indicates that your plans are now well underway and you are starting to consider even more opportunities to expand your current plans and maximise on the potential of your future. Everything is progressing steadily and as expected, .....
Famous Hill Station of India
Mount Abu. Apart from being the only hill station in Rajasthan, it is also the summer capital of the state. Mount Abu is renowned worldwide for the Dilwara Jain Temples. It offers many breathtaking sunsets points, from where you could cement the bond of love wi .....
World Architecture
Semmering Railway. Austria The 26-mile-long (41.8-kilometer) Semmering Railway climbs through an altitude of 1,400 feet (439 meters) over the Semmering alpine pass, at an elevation of 2,930 feet (898 meters), between Gloggnitz and M .....
Easy and Homemade Christmas Ornaments
Snowflake Clothespin Ornament. Turn old clothespins into snowflake ornaments by taking them apart, and reassembling with a glue gun. .....
Most Expensive Paintings
Curtain Jug and Fruit Bowl. This painting was painted by Paul Cezanne in 1894.It was sold by Whitney Family in 1999. .....
Simple Science
The Senses. Sound: All the information which we possess of the world around us comes to us through the use of the senses of sight, hearing, taste, touch, and smell. Of the five senses, sight and hearing are generally considered the most valuable. In preceding Ch .....
Funny Things To Do This Winter
Go feed the birds. By feeding the birds during the winter season, you can kill two birds with one stone (pun unintended). First, you get the little hungry guys some food which will help them survive the winter and second, watching the birds being fed will keep your kid .....
The Most Beautiful Bays
Keem Bay Ireland. Flanked by Croaghaun with some of the highest sea cliffs in Europe the horseshoe shaped Keem Bay is close to a famous seam of the semi precious stone amethyst. .....
What to Eat in Kerala
Ada. Ada or Ela Ada, is a traditional Kerala delicacy, consisting of rice parcels encased in a dough made of rice flour, with sweet fillings, steamed in banana leaf and served as an evening snack or as part of breakfast. It can be seen even in parts of Ta .....
Handprint Crafts
Handprint Daffodil. Get messy with our handprint daffodil craft perfect for St Davids Day, Mothers Day or Spring! .....
RavindraNath Tagore
Travels. Between 1878 and 1932, Tagore set foot in more than thirty countries on five continents. In 1912, he took a sheaf of his translated works to England, where they gained attention from missionary and Gandhi prot?g? Charles F. Andrews, Irish poet Willia .....
Weird Plants
Drakaea glyptodon. Well, it pollinates in a unique way. Does that red thing on the side look like it belongs there? When you look even closer, whats that black thing on top of the red thing? Well, youll find this appendage on all of the Drakaea glyptodon that you come .....
Celebration of Nag Panchami
Customary Ways to Serve and Eat Naag Panchami Food. Naag Panchami preparations are first offered to snake charmers and in temples and then consumed. Those who fast pray first and then break their fast with milk or milk based drink and sweets. Devotees offer milk to snakes and pray to the snake Gods be .....
Washington
National Archives Building. The National Archives Building, known informally as Archives I, is the original headquarters of the National Archives and Records Administration.It is located north of the National Mall at 700 Pennsylvania Avenue, Northwest, Washington, D.C..The Rotu .....
Cartoon Characters
Fat Albert. Fat Albert primarily spoke to African-American youth in low-income families, a segment of the population previously ignored by Saturday morning programming.However, the show had an impact on children across the United States, regardless of race.The s .....
The Beautiful Brazil
BAY OF DOLPHINS. The bay is frequented by dolphins and thus a favorite hangout for dolphin spotters, especially the cliff top. The rich waters of Bay of Dolphins, also known as Baia dos Golfinhos,within the National Marine Park ofFernando de Noronha, makes it practic .....
Dhirubhai Ambani
Diversification. Over time, Dhirubhai diversified his business with the core specialisation being in petrochemicals and additional interests in telecommunications, information technology, energy, power, retail, textiles, infrastructure services, capital markets, and .....
Precautions while using X Rays
Bremsstrahlung. This is radiation given off by the electrons as they are scattered by the strong electric field near the high Z (proton number) nuclei. These X rays have a continuous spectrum. The intensity of the X rays increases linearly with decreasing frequency .....
Xmas Decoration Ideas
Centerpiece of greens. A clear container nestled in a green wreath holds bright green ornaments and a spray of mixed evergreens, all set off by a red tablecloth. Matching green wreaths hang in the dining room window. .....
Precaution while using Microscope
FOCUS ON SPECIMEN. FOCUS ON SPECIMEN, FIRST USING THE COARSE AND THEN THE FINE FOCUS CONTROLS. YOU MAY HAVE TO MOVE THE SLIDE AROUND ON THE STAGE OF THE MICROSCOPE TO BRING THE SPECIMEN INTO THE VIEWING AREA. Microscopy is the technical field of using microscopes to vi .....
What to Eat in Gujarat
Dhokla. Dhokla or Dhokra is a vegetarian food item that originates from the Indian state of Gujarat. It is made with a fermented batter derived from rice and chickpea splits. Dhokla can be eaten for breakfast, as a main course, as a side dish or as a snack. .....
What to Eat in Madhya Pradesh
Rabarri. cream of milk boiled and condensed without use of any sugar. Some time Jaggery/Gur is used to sweeten it .....
Benefits of Turnips
Human use. Pliny the Elder considered the turnip one of the most important vegetables of his day, rating it directly after cereals or at all events after the bean, since its utility surpasses that of any other plant. Pliny praised it as a source of fodder for f .....
Benefits of Grapes
AntiAgeing Benefits. Free radicals are the main cause of premature ageing which is characterized by the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines on the skin. The antioxidants present in grapes, along with vitamin C, protect the skin from the harmful effects of free radicals .....
Wonderful cars in the world
Ferrari 250 GTO. Every year, the International Automobile Federation (FIA) gives an award to the manufacturer whose car performs best in races over the course of the season. The first few years that it awarded this title, the FIA focused on sports prototypes. Then in .....
Krishna Janamashtmi
Janamashtmi SMS 1. Janmashtami ke is shub avsar par. Hum ye kaamna kartey hai ki.Shree Krishna ki kripa.Ap par, aur app ke pure parivar par .Hamesha bani rahey !.Jai Shree Krishna. .....
Venice
I Gesuiti. The church of Santa Maria Assunta, known as I Gesuiti, is a religious building in Venice, northern Italy.It is located in the sestiere of Cannaregio, in Campo dei Gesuiti, not far from the Fondamenta Nuove. .....
Rules to play Darts
Frozen. A player is frozen when his or her score is at 1 point 2 points in Double Out and his or her partners score is higher than the combined score of their opponents. The player may not get his score any lower without losing the game. .....
Tips to get ready for Job Interview
Smile like you mean it. Of course you automatically smile when you introduce yourself - you're a reasonably socially competent human being, right? But the thing is, when you're nervous, you may simply be breezing through the motions and a half-hearted effort can leave a bad .....
Benefits of Green chillis
Antiviral. Natural therapists add a little chilli to antiflu tonics in winter to increase the flow of mucus, which helps eliminate viruses and relieve congestion. These formulations have been in use in the treatment of arthritic pain, postherpetic neuropathic p .....
Benefits of Papayas
Papaya seeds more potent. The papaya seeds are very pungent and peppery, making them almost unpalatable. However the seeds seem to have more potent medicinal values than the flesh.Papaya seeds have antibacterial properties and are effective against E.coli, Salmonella and Stap .....
Akbar
Matters of Faith and Marriage. From an early age, Akbar was raised in a tolerant milieu. Although his family was Sunni, two of his childhood tutors were Persian Shias. As an emperor, Akbar made the Sufi concept of Sulh e Kuhl, or peace to all, a founding principle of his law.Akbar .....
Cartoon Characters
Atom Ant. Atom Ant was added to the list of cartoon characters because of his special reputation as a superhero-ant.He operated out of an anthill in the countryside, where he had interesting things like a mainframe computer and exerciseequipment. He has the po .....
Cool Gifts College Students
Bitlock Keyless Bike Lock. Bitlock s cut resistant steel U lock lets you unhook your bike with your smartphone .....
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