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Google Balloon Internet

Google is launching balloon in stratosphere to deliver internet to places where internet connection is not possible by other means. They are using wind calculation to propel balloons to proper locations. Project started in New […]

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Kirlian Photography

Man has forever been captivated by photography and the ability to be able to capture images and memories forever. The question that arises is whether the use of Kirlian photography can be used to capture […]

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Facts About Linux

Linus Benedict Torvalds, a 21 year old Finnish college student created operating system Linux. It was made public on August 25, 1991. A penguin named Tux is the official mascot of Linux. Linus named the […]

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Sputnik 1 Facts

The Sputnik Program, more commonly known as “companion”, is a group of numerous robotic spacecraft operations launched by the Soviet Union. Sputnik 1, the first of these, is the first known human made object to […]

Computers Powered By Poop

Today almost everything runs on electricity. We use electricity to run trains, cook, lighting and so much more. Thus it is very important that people are able to know where they can get all the […]

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Facts About Forks

Kitchen forks have been endlessly evolving for the past millennium or so. But a historical background check will put its origins somewhere in Greek. Initially used for the carving of meat, the fork comes to […]

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The Global Seed Vault

Svalbard Global Seed vault was established to preserve a wide variety of plant seeds in an underground cavern. It is an assurance to reduce of hunger & poverty due to the national disaster. Construction of […]

Tesla Coil Facts

Tesla coil is an invention of Nikola Tesla; this instrument is actually a transformer. Transformers are usually step-up or step-down types which increase or decrease the input current respectively. The Tesla Coil is an air-core […]

Cars Fuelled By Hydrogen

Cars today put out a lot of pollution, and use up fossil fuels. Predictions are that hydrogen cars with combination of solar and electricity source, are the future of transportation. Device that is the size […]

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Invention Of Zero

Zero was invented in India by Indian mathematicians dating as early as 5th century. They widely used it in calculations, astronomy and astrology. Zero was spread by Arabians to the Europe and there on it […]

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Building Spins 360 Degrees?

Company in Brazil (Suite Vollard) constructed a building in which each floor can rotate 360 degrees. Each building has 11 apartments and each apartment can spin individually in any direction. One rotation takes a full […]

Printers Spy On You

Printer manufacturers print invisible yellow dots on consumer\’s prints that check to see if a person is printing counterfeit money. If you call your printer manufacturer and ask them to \”please stop spying on you\”, […]

Subway Ticket Gates

The East Japan Railway Company (JR-East), as part of research aimed at developing more environmentally friendly train stations, is testing an experimental system that produces electricity as people pass through ticket gates.