The periodic table of the elements principally created by a Russian chemist, Dmitry Mendeleev (1834-1907), celebrated its 150th anniversary last year. It might be hard… Read More »Scientists Have Propose A Brand New Periodic Table
Every now & then, Earth reminds us it’s capable of releasing some furious energy. Scientists have detected a new extreme in hotspots of lightning activity… Read More »Superbolts Are 1000 Times Brighter Than Typical Lightning Strikes
A 7 year old boy complaining of jaw pain found to have 526 teeth inside his mouth, according to the hospital in India where he… Read More »7 Year Old Indian Boy Found To Have 526 Teeth Inside His Mouth
November, the eleventh month of the year, actually takes its name from the Latin word for the 9 and it is not unique in this… Read More »Why Is November The 11th Month, Not The 9th Month ?
Four orange laser beams blaze through the Milky Way while an angry purple nebula transfixes us with its death stare. Happily, Earth isn’t doomed; actually… Read More »Earth’s Laser Dual With The Exploding Carina Nebula
According to Guinness World Records, which seems a good authority, the solution is the Achaemenid Empire in 480 B.C. Also referred to as the Persia,… Read More »What Was The Largest Empire In World’s History ?
They can’t tell fortunes & they are useless with the stock exchange but bats are quite skilled at predicting one thing i.e. where to find… Read More »Researchers Discover That Bat Can Predict Future
Nearly 2000 years ago, a cloud of scorching-ash from Mount Vesuvius buried a young man as he lay on a wooden bed. That burning ash… Read More »Human Nerve Cell Tendrils Turned To Glass Nearly 2000 Years Ago