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Plants for Different Types of Soil
How Could You Make Dry Ice at Home?
Top 10 Science Experiments for Kids
How to Invent Something
Genetically Modified Animals
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How Big Data Can Propel the Future of Cyber-Security
Big data enthusiasts and data science experts are gearing up to witness a future that will be connected to the Internet much more than ever before even though the present industry statistics may seem to suggest otherwise.A few methods through whic...
7 Awesome Extinct Animals of South Asia
South Asia is an amazingly diverse part of the world, with habitats ranging from the scorching Thar Desert to the chilling Himalayas and from the dry forests of Gir and Yala to the lush evergreen forests of Chittagong Hill Tracts and Myanmar. This...
How Does Your Weight Change in an Elevator?
Inside an elevator you feel heavier, lighter, or normal depending on the motion of the elevator. In fact what you feel as your weight is your apparent weight, that is not always the same as your actual weight (or simply your weight). I...
Most Harmful Brain Myths
Nowadays people are more interested in the brain than ever before. Neuroscience, psychology and philosophy of mind have finally been made understandable to a general audience, thanks to the efforts of popular science writers. However, despite the ...
Household Chemicals That Can Kill You
DANGER! WARNING! CAUTION! You may see these labels on common household products, but have you ever read them carefully? Most of these labels actually state that consumption of the product at hand can be fatal to an average sized adult. Some househ...
Are Coffee Grounds Good for Plants?
Many people not only brew their own coffee at home, but also pick up a cup of coffee at their local coffee shop every single day. Have you noticed that coffee shops are often putting out bags of used coffee? Perhaps you’ve heard about using old co...
How to Make a Smoke Bomb
The humble looking smoke bomb was developed for the first time in 1848 by Robert Yale inUK. He experimented with firecrackers that were popularized by the Chinese in the 17th century and manufactured these in his lab. Gradually, he went on to...
How to Invent Something
Ever thought about what life would be like without the mobile phone? How about electricity? There is no doubt that inventions make our lives much easier and more convenient. They have also made quite a number of people really rich. Do you think yo...
How to Tell If a Snake Is Poisonous: General Rules & Exceptions
You are bound to encounter a snake or two in the summer if you own a reasonably large yard. You might be worried that it’s poisonous and should be more careful in getting rid of it, maybe even avoid it altogether. The problem comes, however, in tr...
How to Breed Goldfish: Basic Information You Need to Know
When you have reared your goldfish for a long time, it's normal that the next time to think about is breeding. It's just the natural path to take once you had successfully kept your goldfish healthy and happy. If you are attempting to bree...
How to Lower pH in Soil: 3 Easy Steps You Can Follow
Just like humans, every plant has its specific nutritional preferences and needs. Some prefer sour soils, while some others want it sweet. The acid/sour vs. alkaline/sweet balance of the soil in your garden is measured using a pH scale. This pH sc...
Space - The final frontier. Mankind’s fascination with anything seemingly unattainable conforms to his established repute. Slowly but steadily he has grown from spears and bows to guns and missiles to a point wherein Space is the only and next des...