Sunday, January 29, 2017

Things You Might Not Know About Eggs

Eggs are among the most common and popular foods on our planet today. People have been consuming eggs for years, from a variety of sources and in various forms.

Here's some things you might not have known, though. Well, bet you didn't know there are blue eggs too?!


You hunt them on Easter, but how much do you... by Mashable

You can also read about this here.

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Earth's History - On a Football Field

The Earth, according to some scientists, is still a very young planet - just about 4+ billion years old. Yes, we know what you might be thinking...! But, the history of our amazing planet Earth is quite fascinating and you'll be amazed at how life forms evolved since its birth.

The folks at Curiosity.com have "captured" this amazing history and explained it with context of a football field. Not only is it amusing, it's indeed interesting! You - and your kids - would love it!


(Source: Curiosity.com)

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Fun facts to make you smile

We live in a fascinating world, which we seldom try to appreciate. It's the little things that can put a smile to an otherwise busy life. Check out some of these cute, fun things...

Otters hold on to each other while sleeping...
Click the image above to view more fun facts that will make you smile.

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Airport Wifi Passwords Across the World

With people being - and wanting to be - more connected today, it sometimes gets a tad frustrating when stuck at a place with no wifi. And, this couldn't be truer than at an airport.

Well, apparently, someone has been trying to get around this, and they've now put it on a map! Hey, we're just sharing this - and haven't checked out it's authenticity. But, well, if you want to give it a shot, and it works for you...!

(Source: This Map Shows Airport Wifi Passwords Across the World)

Monday, September 26, 2016

Your Zodiac Sign May Have Changed - We're in the 21st Century Now!

For centuries, based on ancient maps that early stargazers prepared and followed, most of the human civilizations have come to identify and recognize the familiar twelve Zodiac signs, named after the constellations. Well, yes, each generation and culture has their own charts for this, and follow different methods.

Interestingly, in a recent finding or report, NASA reminded us that there are, in fact, 13 constellations. So, does this mean that we've missed something all along? And, which is the new sign? Or, do you now 'belong' to a different sign altogether?

Amusing questions - and who knows, with what significance! If you're the curious type, then read on about the 13th sign to know more.