If someone has spots and itching on his skin, how likely is that person to have smallpox? This question may have been in the imagination of doctors in ancient times. At that time the technology was not possible to do blood tests or other biological tests, so medical experts could not conclude whether the symptoms… Read More »
After nearly five decades, the US Space Agency (NASA) will again send living things to a great distance from Earth in space in 2020. This mission will be the first mission of sending living beings since the Apollo mission to the Moon.
Many people may not realize how important the Moon to us as human being on Earth. The moon is not just a large rock in the sky that we observe every night. But, what is the exact functions of the moon for human?
Health information can now be accessed very easily. In fact, some health sites provide a symptom checker feature that can guess what symptoms you are experiencing. This triggers a phenomenon called self diagnosis.
Have you ever heard the word “probability”? A simple example of probability is when we play with coins that have two sides. Try throwing the coin up and catch it again. Then, which side is facing us? How much probability do we have for each side to facing us?
Everyone must have compared themselves to the other persons. In fact, this comparative culture has grown since childhood in the family sphere. For the example, some parents may unconsciously compare their children with others.
Did you know, about 70% of the waste in the ocean is plastic? These plastic particles are found in almost all marine habitats, from microns to meters sized. In fact, based on research, as many as 95% of 1,295 dead sea birds in North Sea contain plastic in their stomach.
After a long time the name is not too well known, now there is the latest news about Fuchsia. Fuchsia is a Google-made operating system that can one day replace the existence of Android.