Left-handed people grow up having to adjust a lot more than their right-handed counterparts. I'm talking scissors, computer mouse, guitars, and many other things they need to learn..
The Royal Doggies
The tenants of Buckingham Palace and the Windsor Castle (depending on the time of the year) are some of the most famous people in the world. But those are only the human ones...
This Is How You Clean With Salt
Chemically speaking, salt is sodium chloride (or NaCl for you scientists). And this chemical formula can do a lot more than just make things taste better. Stop spending so much..
When Does your Brain Reach Its Full Potential?
If it is true that we are at our smartest during our 20s? In that case I should have spent most of my adult life riding off into the sunset. I’d have been past my prime just a..
Turns Out Women Are More Successful on the Job Hunt Than Men
LinkedIn's new 'Gender Insights report' show that women are 16% more successful compared to men in getting a job. They are also 18% more likely to be hired for senior roles. The..
Why Your Ice Doesn’t Look Clear
Have you ever wondered why the container of crystal clear water that you placed inside the freezer came out looking cloudy and not clear? Here are some reasons why it turned out..
How Do We Know That Earth Is Not Flat
Ever since humans started building boats to journey across the vast oceans of the world, there is one debate that continued to persist until today. As a matter of fact, it’s probably..
5 Conspiracy Theories That Will Blow Your Mind
Regardless of whether they are backed up by factual evidence, conspiracy theories are always an interesting topic. Some theories are just downright outrageous, not to mention hilarious,..
As Big As A CIty: NASA Discovers An Underground Cavern In Antarctica
The Thwaites Glacier in the West Antarctica continent is swiftly melting. NASA scientists claim that there's a cavern the size of a city located underneath its ice sheets and glaciers...
Stars Of The 90’s: Then And Now
90s women made an appearance on celluloid for the first time over twenty years ago, and boy, did they do it! The 90s were such an amazing and wild time that it is hard to believe..
The Challenges of Being A Long-Term Expat
As an education consultant, Helen Maffini had been traveling the world for fifteen years. She’s lived in Singapore, Japan, and Australia, where fitting in each time in a new community..
Japan’s Asteroid Rovers Sends Pictures Of The Asteroid Ryugu
The two rovers owned by the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency, part of the Hayabusa 2 mission, are surveying the surface of the asteroid Ryugu. It sends amazing photographs..
5 Unique Currencies That Were Once Used During Precolonial Africa
These days we may take paper money and coins for granted. Of course, throughout the ages, it wasn't always like that. In precolonial Africa, currencies such as snail shells and..
Researchers May Have Found the First Treatment for Chronic Fainting
People are who prone to chronic fainting might soon breathe a sigh of relief. According to the researchers in the field, a pacemaker might be the key to preventing fainting, making..
The Happiest Finnish Words, According to the People of Finland
Earlier this year, the Finns were named the happiest people in the world consecutively for the past three years, according to the World Happiness Report! So we did some digging..
Aspects of Old Telephones That Might Confuse Young People
Nowadays, people grew up with smartphones and probably never carried around a small address book with all their contacts close by. They've probably never had to deal with a coiled..