By: Ben Hughes
From old, heavy parasols to light, automatic designs, the history of umbrellas hasn't so much been up and down as Europe late catching up with the hype before spearheading its popularity.Umbrellas have been around for something like 4,000 years in one form or...
By: Jess Howe
"Cash or credit"? These are common household phrases these days. Do we really understand how to use a credit card properly? Do you know what that strip on the card means, and how it works? If you do know, you're a step above the rest...
By: Cilla
Medical technology in today's society is often seen as a treatment or cure for human health issues. The term medical technology refers to the diagnostic or therapeutic application of science to improve the management of health. Unfortunately, the negative impacts of this technology are often...
By: Lucas Roesch
A journey through space and time the Hubble Telescope is truly most important topic when we are looking for the answer to, are we alone in the universe? Looking at the night sky we see the familiar twinkle of star light, light that has traveled...
By: Phil Elroy
This is fun little experiment to try that is safe for pretty much anybody as long as they don't do anything stupid with it. It's a bottle rocket. All you need is some vinegar (apple cider vinegar works best for some reason), a bottle, some...
By: Aurika Grynko
Scientific DiscoveryAnatoliy K. and Aurika A. GrynkoThe following reports a Discovery made in nature, particularly human nature. Invalidating the theory of evolution of species, the researchers name Intellect, which we used to address as God, or the "supernatural", as being responsible for the living world's...
By: Ben Hughes
Sir Frank Whittle (1907-1996) was a British Royal Air force officer, honoured with the credit for inventing the jet engine, which revolutionised the performance of engines by the end of the century.Early LifeFrank Whittle was born into a humble family in Coventry, England in...
By: Frederick Lee
The science nerd is a truly misunderstood and unfairly maligned creature. After all, all of us probably know a science nerd. Some of us might love a science nerd. Many of us may even be science nerds (I know I am). But how many of...
By: Minh Tran
Samuel Finley Breese Morse (born April 27, 1791 in Charlestown, Massachusetts, U.S. - died April 2, 1872 in New York, New York, U.S.) is an American painter and inventor. He is most famous for devising the Morse Code, a method for transmitting...
By: Ben Hughes
The history of the clock is a long and occasionally disputed one, originating many centuries ago and charting the route from simple observations of the sun to the modern digital alarm clock.The word "clock" was first used in the 14th century and comes, via...

 

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