At the beginning of the Triassic Period, the world was hot, and very dry. But then 234 million years ago, it started to rain and didn’t stop for two million years. This period of intense rain called the Carnian Pluvial Episode killed of many of the early reptiles and set the stage for the dinosaurs to take over the world.
Although global literacy rates have risen up over the past decades, we still have a long way to go. This is how uneducated the world is.
Does Mother Teresa really deserve the world's love and admiration?
Each one of us shares a common ancestor in our family tree, and according to math, this person lived only around 3000 years ago. Even though we have no idea who that person is, we are basically related. WHAT'S UP, COUSINS?!
The Earth spins at its equator at 1000 miles per hour (1609.34 Km/hr) as it orbits the Sun. But, it could be possible that one day billions of years from now the Earth will stop spinning. Here's what would happen if the earth stopped spinning.
Water is invaluable for our survival. But with millions dying from water-borne illnesses every year, can we really trust the water we drink? THIS IS COOL. I WANT TO LEARN […]
From grave to Olympic swimming pools to the Paris Catacombs to the Z-44 Chayvo Well in Russia. This is how deep mankind has dug into the Earth. THIS IS COOL. […]
Every computer comes with a scheduler that tells the CPU how long to work on each task before switching, and what to switch to. Done right, the computer works perfectly. […]