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Why The Sand In The Desert Can’t Be Used For Construction

Right now, humanity is slowly heading towards a global sand crisis used in construction and you wonder: How is this possible when there are...

Why Are Most of The Airplanes Painted in White?

Have you ever wondered why non-military aircraft are painted white? Indeed, there are exceptions such as Air New Zealand or DHL whose all fleet...

Ways We Can Grow Food for Future Space Colonies

Designing a sustainable agricultural system for astronauts will be one of the biggest challenges facing space colonists. But there are several ways we can...

What Do IP68 or IP67 and Other Ratings Mean? Ingress Protection Classification

The IP (Ingress Protection) rating system is used to provide an indication of the level of protection resulting from a system or barrier against...

How Does a Touch Screen Work

The smartphone has become so popular and essential that some people would rather lose their keys or even their wallet than their smartphone. A touch...

Apps That Will Increase Productivity at Work – To Achieve More

Every now and then, we experience some moments when we feel very lazy or we tend to procrastinate. It is normal after a hard...

Best Sleep Apps to Download in 2023

The best sleep app is the one that suits you best, either if you want to have a more restful sleep, listen to soothing...

Top 9 of the World’s Largest Ships Ever Built

Find out the largest ships ever built in the world and their use. Some of them are still sailing the oceans.

Why Do Some Planes Leave White Trails In The Sky?

You may have noticed, on a sunny day, some white lines on the bright blue sky and you realized (or not) that planes are the source. But have you ever wondered how they are formed and why?

12 Things You Should Never Put In The Microwave

The microwave is one of the greatest inventions of all time. Over 96% of U.S. households own a microwave and what makes it so special is that a time-saver, versatile, inexpensive, and compact.