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Hexagram Facts

Hexagram is a geometrical figure that looks like a star and has 6 edges and vertices. It is also refereed to as a six-pointed star. The way the hexagram can be formed is with the […]

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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 Rhode Island

Roger Williams found the Rhode Island and established the first Baptist church in America in 1638. It occupies the land area of 1045 square miles. Though it is the smallest state in America in size […]

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Facebook Privacy Facts

One of the major points that Facebook scored over all of the other social networking sites, at least initially, was its stringent in privacy settings that gave you a sense of security and safety regarding […]

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Why Men Have Nipples

There seems to be no logical answer behind this as women are the ones who nurture their babies with the milk from their breasts. Then, why do men have nipples on their bodies. Study about […]

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Dark Energy Facts

After supernova universe was expanding up to one point and after that strange matter continued this expansion. Scientists called this matter the Dark Energy. Dark energy has so much of dark matter that is associated […]

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Scopolamine Facts

Devil’s Breath is the drug that goes by the name of Scopolamine. It is an extremely dangerous drug and in fact, one of the most dangerous drugs in the world. The way it works is […]

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Junk Dna Facts

Susumu Ohno introduced the term, junk DNA, in 1972. Junk DNA represents the genome sequence portions that have no discernible function. Scientists maintain that junk DNA does not convey any selective advantage to organisms and […]

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Why Poop Sometimes Floats?

You might be left wondering why does poop sometimes float and on other times, you are able to effortlessly flush it away. The main reason behind this is the gas content that it contains that […]

Cheerleading Facts

Johnny Campbell was the first to cheer the football team in 1898 in Princeton. Cheerleading is almost 100 years old when most of the cheerleaders were men. Now 98% of cheerleaders are females. The estimates […]

Drinking Sea Water

There is no denial to the fact that human beings require fresh water to stay alive. It helps in the digestion of food and regulating other body functions. Alain Bombard brought the fact to the […]

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Giant Squid Facts

The largest invertebrate, Giant Squid lives only in deep water and its large size is due to phenomenon called deep sea gigantism. They have large eyes as big as the basketball, which helps them search […]

Cliche Facts

Cliche is something that has been repeatdly used to the point of losing original meaning. The word “cliche” comes from the days of moveable type, where each letter had to be set by hand into […]

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Firefox Facts

All over the world, the net users are familiar with Mozilla Firefox, a free and open source web browser. It came from Mozilla Application Suite managed by Mozilla Corporation, formed originally by Netscape Communications (AOL […]

Facts About Mark Twain

Samuel Langhorne Clemens is the actual name of Mark Twain. Mark Twain was his pen name with which he used to write for the Keokuk Post. Before starting as a writer, Mark Twain worked as […]

Bernard Shaw Facts

Born on July 26, 1856 in Dublin, Ireland; George Bernard Shaw was a known playwright, journalist, orator, reviewer and a socialist. He was born to poor parents and suffered financially. He had to fight through […]

Meteora Facts

Meteora, an area that attracts thousands of tourists from all over the world every year is situated in Greece. Meteora is famous for its monasteries that are built on eroded rocks. The name itself means […]

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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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Fire Rainbow Facts

A beautiful work of nature, fire rainbows are not a common sight. Fire rainbows are circumhorizon arcs commonly known as CHA in scientific language. Fire rainbows occur in cirrus clouds which are wispy and thin.For […]

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Why is Universe Dark?

Olbers’ paradox, a part of astrophysics and physical cosmology, is basically a squabble about the sky being dark at night. This paradox is also phrased as the ‘dark night sky paradox’. The paradox states that […]