Did You Know What Are The Most Expensive Resources In The World?
16. Saffron — $11 per gram This spice is unique, combining fantastic taste and great health benefits. Its production process is highly time and effort consuming, but the flavor and healing properties of saffron are unequaled by any other spice. 1 15. Gold — $56 per gram The most well-known precious metal that no woman can... Read more
5 Signs You’ve Met Someone From A Previous Life
There are certain moments in our lives where we find people whom we have never met before in our lives and yet we have a very strong connection to them as if they were a long lost friend of ours. This kind of connection exists only with people that... Read more
Our Galaxy Offers A Wide Range Of Ways To Commit Suicide
Incinerated and Obliterated by a 4.4 Nonillion Lb Sphere of Flaming Gas The surface of the sun is about 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit. It is, after all, a gargantuan sphere of flaming gas that’s about 1.3 million times the size of Earth. If you were to stand on the sun... Read more
There Are Really Important Things Happening In The World You Just Have No Idea About
Desertification Many of the world’s deserts are growing larger every year. For example, the Sahara Desert has expanded to the south by another 250 km since 1900. This accounts for nearly 6000 square km. 1 Flynn Effect On average, humans appear to be getting smarter by about 3 IQ points per... Read more
20 Facts You Probably Don’t Know
20 Facts You Probably Don’t Know Read more
Historical Events You Would’ve Never Guessed Happened About The Same Time
Two Historical Events You Would’ve Never Guessed Happened About The Same Time Credit: dumpaday.com Read more
Weird Facts About Abraham Lincoln and  John F. Kennedy
Weird Facts About Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy   Read more
16 Easy Science Experiments To Do With Your Kids That Will Make Their Childhood Amazing
Hard liquid 1 You will need: – Starch – Water – A plastic container – Food coloring, a wooden board, a hammer, and some nails for additional experimentationMix the water and the starch together in the container until the mixture turns viscous in its consistency. You’ll end up with what’s called a “non-Newtonian fluid.” You can... Read more
The Science of Smooching: Why Men and Women Kiss Differently
Sure, kissing feels good. But it’s also an evolutionary advantage. Now a new book explains the science behind passionate lip-locks, and what they tell us about how men and women approach romantic relationships. The precise origins of kissing are unknown. But some scientists hypothesize that the practice evolved from... Read more
Weird Facts About Iceland That Will Amaze You
A majority of Icelanders believe in elves. At about 39,000 square miles, Iceland is small – close to the size of Ohio. There is a volcanic eruption every 4 years on average. There are no forests in Iceland. Beer remained illegal in Iceland until 1989. At 43.5 hours per... Read more