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Category: Science

On The Expanding Universe

The universe, possibly, started forming nearly 13.8 billion years ago, and it has been expanding since then. It is like a balloon has been gradually getting filled with air. Many, […]

An Element(ary) Discovery

Scientists from India, Australia and the US have made a joint discovery that could be very useful in the search for helium; a colourless, odourless, tasteless, non-toxic, inert, and monatomic […]

An ‘Ancient’ Amputation

A group of archaeologists recently claimed that a human being underwent surgical amputation of a limb in Indonesia 31,000 years ago, as they discovered the skeleton signifying that. They mentioned […]

On Petrology

The most important Australian cities are situated in the eastern part of the country. The spectators, who watch the game of cricket sitting inside beautiful stadia in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra […]

A Doodle-Filled Blackboard

Are there actually multiple versions of the universe, with more lives? Why did Stephen William Hawking (January 8, 1942 – March 14, 2018) paint a man from Mars with random […]

Another Giant Leap For Mankind

Spacecraft may soon be able to reach interstellar space, relying on the pace of technological advancement related to light, which may bring the distance beyond thought closer. Hence, it may […]

On The Might Of Solar Power

It seems that seas and oceans may be saved from the pollution of crude oil, leaking from the ships, et al.. Perhaps, the marine lives, coastal lives, environment and marine […]

Breathing Fire!

The Arab Armies had besieged Constantinople in the 7th Century, but failed to capture the capital of the Byzantine Empire, as the Greeks had Liquid Fire in their arsenal! It […]