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P20 Pro: Better than iPhone X and Galaxy S9?

Huawei proudly presents Huawei P20 Pro Huawei has jumped into the champions-league with Huawei P20 Pro. Huawei P20 Pro is now being compared with iPhone X...

The highest mountain in the world

The world's highest mountain has cost over 288 people's lives in their efforts to climb it over eight kilometers of high mountain. The accurate definition...

The tallest building in the world

Burj al Khalifa: The tallest building in the world.   The world's tallest building raises over 800 meters in the air, but can be  overtaken soon. When...

world’s largest spider

The world's largest spider is a real crab with a leg strap of up to 30 centimeters! If you suffer from arachnophobia - fear of...

The longest day of the year

The longest day of the year is not fixed, but alternates between two specific dates each year. The longest day of the year, also called...

Icing an injury or heating?

Many people put ice on if they get an injury. But icing an injury helps at all? You usually hurry up put ice when you get...

How do magnets work?

How do magnets work and why are they reacting different to some sort of metals? The whole Earth has a so-called dipole moment with a...

Most common and rarest blood type

In this article you will find out information about blood types, percentage of blood types in the world, rarest blood types, most common blood...

How to get rid of mosquito bites

In order to answer our readers " How to get rid of mosquito bites" question we made a comprehensive research which may at least...

Who invented airplane

The History of Airplanes Before providing a comprehensive answer to "Who invented airplane" lets have a look at brief history of airplanes. Airplanes have been...

Who invented the internet?

Brief  History of the Internet The internet is essentially a global network of computers. After computers were invented, some American computer scientists discovered they could...

Who invented the barometer

What is Barometer? In this modern age the barometer is not exactly competitive with smartphones, computers and other entertainment devices. It is probably an all...

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What is the Policy of Containment?

This is a foreign policy strategy created and executed by the US after WWII founding it's first key purpose in the Truman Doctrine of...

What is the difference between practice and practise?

Do not confuse "practice" with "practise". They sound the same and even look similar (except that one is spelled with a “c” and the...

When do you use the word “fish” and “fishes” ?

Fish or Fishes Some nouns have the same form in the singular and the plural and the word “fish” is such an example. As such,...

How does sound travel?

Sound is transmitted by particles (atoms or molecules) in a solid, liquid or gas colliding with each other. It is a wave which is...

What is the difference between an ocean and a sea?

Ocean and sea are two words that are used frequently and interchangeably (in writing and conversation) to mean the same thing: a continuous mass...

What is the Kinetic Molecular Theory of Matter?

The Kinetic Molecular Theory of Matter is a concept that basically states that atoms and molecules possess an energy of motion (kinetic energy) that...

Why is the sky blue in the day and black at night?

During the day (daylight) the sky has a blue appearance because the Sun’s light (white light) is made up of rainbow of colors (red,...

How was Electricity Discovered by Benjamin Franklin

Is it True That Electricity was Discovered by an Experiment Conducted by Benjamin Franklin Using a Kite and a Bolt of Lightning? Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790)...

How to determine types of enzyme inhibition?

Inhibition are caused by effects of molecules that are a substrate and decrease rates of enzymes. Inhibition of enzymes is normal and organisms will...

Animal Bite Forces

Bite Forces of Animals Notwithstanding the large flow of information given to us by various mediums regarding with the question of Bite Forces of Animals I decided...

Who invented the thermometer?

Early history has a way Of hiding the facts behind certain inventions. Time has clouded the collective memory of historians who have cited that...

Tell Me Why Fun Facts

Welcome to Tell Me Why Fun Facts page. Here you will be learning some very interesting and amazing facts in a fun and easy categorized synopsis format. This webpage will be updated whenever I can so you can...

Who invented helicopter

When was the helicopter invented? In the 1500's Leonardo Da Vinci created many drawings of a flying machine which most probably inspired the first helicopter....

Reusing plastic water bottles; is it safe or BAD?

Is it safe to reuse plastic water bottles? The internet is full of warnings against refilling plastic bottles with water. But what is true and what...

Who Invented the First Steam Engine?

James Watt and the Discovery of Steam Engine Some historians believe that the first steam driven machine (steam engine) was conceived in ancient China according to the the...

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

Maslow's hierarchy of needs is a very elementary theory that is used primarily in psychology and social studies. However, Maslow's hierarchy of needs has universal validity, and...

Why do children loose their baby teeth?

Children usually start loosing their baby teeth (primary teeth) anywhere between the age of 6 to 7 years where their jaws have grown to...

How do Astronauts communicate in space?

In order for one to hear sound it must travel through air (gas particles) of which space has very few per cubic centimeter. Sound...

When do you use “a” or “an” ?

The two indefinite articles a and an are used with singular nouns when the noun is general. They refer to nouns which are non-specific (i.e. not definite). In...

Ecosystem Definition

What is an Ecosystem? The ecology is a relatively new science devoted to studying the relationships of organisms with the environment. The research field of ecology is the...

What is the Purpose of the United Nations?

The United Nations (UN) is an international organization dedicated in promoting world peace, collective security and friendly relations among most of the world’s nations....

Where does the oxygen come from that fish breathe?

Water is formed from the combination reaction of hydrogen gas (H2) and oxygen gas (O2) to produce liquid water (H2O). In other words, each molecule...

Who Invented the Camera and Photograph?

FIRST CAMERA The first working camera was invented by Johann Zann. He built this camera in the year 1685. Interestingly the photograph would not follow...

Was Gravity Really Discovered by Einstein after a Fallen Apple?

Isaac Newton and gravity Sir Isaac Newton and his scientific accomplishments and theories like gravity arguably started the scientific revolution. During his lifetime, between 1643...

Is outer space a perfect vacuum?

Outer space (also called just space) is all the space in the universe beyond Earth and its atmosphere. It can be simple stated that...

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Brain Facts: 7 Things You Did Not Know About Memory

This article is about the brain facts you probably dont know about. How our brain and  memory works continues to be the subject of new...

What is the Difference Between Affect and Effect

Difference Between Homonyms Affect and Effect It is easy to get homonyms mixed up when you are writing them out. Two of the biggest culprits that...

What causes gray hair?

As we get older, especially men are in pursuit of this question: What is the reason for gray hair and how can we prevent gray hair?   In this...

DO FISH SLEEP

There are several species of fish that are observed really sleeping. So the answer for  "DO FISH SLEEP" is YES without any doubts. The researchers...

Is there life on other planets?

Life on Other Planets: Possibility of life on other planets in space has been the biggest challenge for astronomers for many years. Top candidates list include moons...

Ten Ingredients of Human Body

What comprises a human being? What is the most abundant element in the human body? The question, philosophers and religious scholars asked themselves over thousands...

Polaris the North Star

The North Star (Polaris) The North Star, also called Polaris, is of famous for the fact that it indicates the north. The best way to find...

M5 – Globular cluster

M5 - Globular cluster in the Snake Globular cluster M5 is the last in this series of globular clusters at the beginning of Messier's list is...

Messier 6, M-6 Butterfly Cluster

M6 Constellation - Butterfly Cluster  The next two objects in the catalog of Messier are not globular clusters, but open clusters. Open star clusters are generally...