7 Incredible Fun Fact About Money Saving You Need to Know

This is a guest post by Cristina Himmer. Money matters! People might say that money is not that important. But the fact is that money is very crucial to surviving in today’s world. You need money for growing food, buying food, meeting your family needs and also for having fun. The whole point of telling […]

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What’s Beneath Our Oceans

This is a guest post by John Hannen. Exploring beneath the wave Most of us know that the Earth is called the Blue Planet for a reason — 71 percent of it is covered by oceans! That’s a mind-boggling 321,003,271 cubic miles of water according to estimates NOAA’s National Geophysical Data Center. With so much […]

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12 Incredible Facts About Sleep You Need to Know

This is a guest post by Alivia Cora. Sleep has always been an effective remedy for curing pain and sorrow. However, until around 25 years ago, we knew little about sleep. Fortunately, today with the continuous research and study, there is so much to know about the magical sleep moments. On average, a human spent […]

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16 Fun Facts About Shoes By The Numbers (Infographic)

This is a guest post by Paula Casey. Shoes are a major part of our lives in that they protect our feet providing comfort and support to get from point A to point B safely. They aren’t just a necessity when we’re walking about outside, they can also be used as a fashion statement. With […]

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Gleanings From The Past #8

Theory and Fact When we meet a fact which contradicts a prevailing theory, we must accept the fact and abandon the theory, even when the theory is supported by great names and generally accepted. – Claude Bernard, Introduction to the Study of Experimental Medicine (Translated by H. C. Greene), 1865

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101 Mathematical Trivia

1. In 1988, Nicolas Slonimsky (1894-1995) invented a method of beating a different rhythm with each arm–created a new composition by identifying each note in Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony with a number, and then playing the square root of each note. 2. The symbol for infinity (∞) was used by the Romans to represent 1000. 3. […]

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