Month: October 2018

15 Mind-Blowing Facts About Egyptian Pyramids You Must Know

While the Pyramid of Djoser is considered the oldest, the Pyramid of Khufu (also known as Great Pyramid of Giza or the Pyramid of Cheops) is the largest. The original height of the pyramid was 146.5 meters (481 feet), the current height is 138.8 meters (455 feet). Until the Lincoln Cathedral was built in England in 1311, the Great Pyramid of Giza held the title for the world´s tallest man-made structure. It held the record for an incredible and unparalleled 3871 years! The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and...

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10 Freaky Creatures Hidden Under Ocean

Ocean… people say that space is mysterious and spooky. While if we look a little down in earth then you’ll notice that the oceans are much more mysterious than we could even imagine. While we’re talking about the ocean, we cannot say that just it’s spooky but also the lives inside it. So, how spooky fishes could be? Stargazers Have you ever watched stars lying on the beach? This is how these seafloor vagabonds do. Not watches stars certainly but it’s a quite unique predator which hides under the seabed leaving the eyes and mouth only at the surface....

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Elon Musk: A Fraud Tesla Chairman?

After Elon Musk announced on Twitter on 7 August that he is considering taking Tesla private at $420 per share, Elon Musk is now having a Twitter babysitter as it is completely illegal to provide fake information to shareholders about corporate events. The tweets were considered as the premise of SEC’s (Securities and Exchange Commission) lawsuit against the Tesla CEO. The take Tesla private tweets has brought him some consequences as it already cost him about $20 million USD. And when he refused a very important deal at the very last minute, the SEC has sued him. And now...

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The Aral Sea Is Shrinking And Here Is Who’s Behind All These

Being the fourth largest lake in the world, the Aral Sea has been producing tons of fish annually for the local economy. Now, its size is gradually shrinking since the 1960s. the soviet union began to turn the Uzbek SSR lands into cotton plantation lands as well filed an order to hand-dig irrigation canals for providing waters to crops in the plateau’s middle. These constructed canals move water from Aral feeding rivers, and Darya, and Syr Darya Rivers. All these were stable until the 1960s, when the government thought to expand the canal, draining more water from Aral Sea...

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Top 5 Raptorial Plants You Would Want To Stay Away

Duh! How can plants be raptorial? This is the reaction of most people when reading the title but once you start to go on with it, you will see how carnivorous plants can be. Starting with just bugs, these plants eat mice and others to keep themselves alive; but why are they like this? This is also a question comes in mind after seeing these alien-like plants but while coping with the harsh environment and the poor soil quality, they’ve evolved as they can take the required nutrition from living organisms. So, let’s start the top 5. Drosera As...

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