SCIENCE

Why Australia is So Hot?

Why Australia is So Hot?

Why Australia is So Hot? | Record-high heat has scorched Australia this week, with temperatures exceeding 104 degrees Fahrenheit (40 degrees Celsius) for several days in a row in some areas. Relief is expected for this weekend, however.…

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The Complexity of 200,000 Years Old Human Brain

The Complexity of 200,000 Years Old Human Brain

The Complexity of 200,000 Years Old Human Brain | The image below shows the filaments that make up the large-scale structure of the Universe. Scientists can pin point exactly where the Milky Way is on one of the filaments. Each …

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TECHNOLOGY

Robot Mum is Mostly Popular Demanded

Robot Mum is Mostly Popular Demanded

Robot Mum is Mostly Popular Demanded | If you tickle a robot, it may not laugh, but you may still consider it humanlike — depending on its role in your life, reports an international group of researchers. Designers and engineers …

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What is GPS Fleet Tracking?

What is GPS Fleet Tracking?

What is GPS Fleet Tracking? | GPS Fleet Tracking refers to the management of a vehicle fleet using GPS. Generally, transportation companies, use GPS fleet tracking to keep a tab on all their vehicles. When the vehicles are on the …

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SPACE EXPLORATION

RIP to Jack Rabbit – China’s First Lunar Rover

RIP to Jack Rabbit – China’s First Lunar Rover

RIP to Jack Rabbit – China’s First Lunar Rover | China’s troubled Jade Rabbit lunar rover has died on the surface of the moon, state media reported Wednesday, in a major setback for the country’s ambitious space programme just weeks …

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Mars Rover Opportunity Found a Mystery Rock

Mars Rover Opportunity Found a Mystery Rock

Mars Rover Opportunity Found a Mystery Rock | A mysterious rock that suddenly appeared in front of the stationary Opportunity Mars rover has scientists on Earth scratching their heads. The rover, which has been on Mars since Jan. 24, 2004, …

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AUTOS

The Largest Telescopic Crane in the World

The Largest Telescopic Crane in the World

The Most Powerful Mobile Crane in the World… and actually a monster of a truck. Meet Liebherr LTM 11200-9.1 – Built by the German company Liebherr Group, this colossal mobile crane has the longest telescopic boom in the world – …

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General Motors Vintage Bus (PICS)

General Motors Vintage Bus (PICS)

Some of these concepts have timeless, exciting forms, some are more of the “pulp-ish” and “sci-fi” variety, but they all invariably turned heads and excited onlookers in their time, and some still inspire designers today. Some of these automotive buses

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INTERNET TIPS

How To Add a Favicon to WordPress Blog

How To Add a Favicon to WordPress Blog

How To Add a Favicon to WordPress Blog | Favicon is the tiny image that appear next to your website title in the browser. Favicon helps your users identify your website and more frequent visitors of your site will build …

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How To Add Google Maps in WordPress

How To Add Google Maps in WordPress

How To Add Google Maps in WordPress | You can add all kind of content into your WordPress site. Adding content from external sources allows you to create rich content that are useful and highly interactive. In this article, we …

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RESEARCH

Researchers Said Crocodiles Can Climb Trees

Researchers Said Crocodiles Can Climb Trees

Researchers Said Crocodiles Can Climb Trees | Most people entering crocodile territory keep a wary eye out on water and land, but research suggests they need to look up. Though the reptiles lack obvious physical features to suggest this is …

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Curry Spice Can Help Kill Cancer

Curry Spice Can Help Kill Cancer

A spicy way has been found to kill cancer cells. Scientists have discovered that a substance found in turmeric, a basic curry ingredient, can kill cancer cells within 24 hours. Researchers at Ireland’s Cork Cancer Research Centre who treated oesophageal …

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RECENT POSTS

RIP to Jack Rabbit – China’s First Lunar Rover

RIP to Jack Rabbit – China’s First Lunar Rover

| February 16, 2014

RIP to Jack Rabbit – China’s First Lunar Rover | China’s troubled Jade Rabbit lunar rover has died on the surface of the moon, state media reported Wednesday, in a major setback for the country’s ambitious space programme just weeks …

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Researchers Said Crocodiles Can Climb Trees

Researchers Said Crocodiles Can Climb Trees

| February 15, 2014

Researchers Said Crocodiles Can Climb Trees | Most people entering crocodile territory keep a wary eye out on water and land, but research suggests they need to look up. Though the reptiles lack obvious physical features to suggest this is …

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Mars Rover Opportunity Found a Mystery Rock

Mars Rover Opportunity Found a Mystery Rock

| January 19, 2014

Mars Rover Opportunity Found a Mystery Rock | A mysterious rock that suddenly appeared in front of the stationary Opportunity Mars rover has scientists on Earth scratching their heads. The rover, which has been on Mars since Jan. 24, 2004, …

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How To Add a Favicon to WordPress Blog

How To Add a Favicon to WordPress Blog

| January 19, 2014

How To Add a Favicon to WordPress Blog | Favicon is the tiny image that appear next to your website title in the browser. Favicon helps your users identify your website and more frequent visitors of your site will build …

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Mystery Object Spotted on Google Moon

Mystery Object Spotted on Google Moon

| January 18, 2014

Mystery Object Spotted on Google Moon | Is it part of an alien spaceship nestled under the dust of the moon, or a secret moon-base occupied by humans? Speculation has exploded over these controversial images which appear to show something …

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Why Australia is So Hot?

Why Australia is So Hot?

| January 17, 2014

Why Australia is So Hot? | Record-high heat has scorched Australia this week, with temperatures exceeding 104 degrees Fahrenheit (40 degrees Celsius) for several days in a row in some areas. Relief is expected for this weekend, however.…

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How To Add Google Maps in WordPress

How To Add Google Maps in WordPress

| December 2, 2013

How To Add Google Maps in WordPress | You can add all kind of content into your WordPress site. Adding content from external sources allows you to create rich content that are useful and highly interactive. In this article, we …

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How To Show Ads in Mobile Version of Blogspot

How To Show Ads in Mobile Version of Blogspot

| November 22, 2013

How To Show Ads in Mobile Version of Blogspot | Every blogger wants to increase their adsense earnings as there are many ways to boost up adsense earnings. Displaying ads on proper places, increasing traffic, targeting USA traffic, targeting high …

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KOI-351- A Promising Orbit Star for Life

KOI-351- A Promising Orbit Star for Life

| October 15, 2013

KOI-351- A Promising Orbit Star for Life | A team of European astrophysicists discovered the most extensive planetary system to date, orbiting star KOI-351. The star system has seven planets, more than in other known planetary systems arranged in a …

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The Complexity of 200,000 Years Old Human Brain

The Complexity of 200,000 Years Old Human Brain

| September 15, 2013

The Complexity of 200,000 Years Old Human Brain | The image below shows the filaments that make up the large-scale structure of the Universe. Scientists can pin point exactly where the Milky Way is on one of the filaments. Each …

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