Inventors Week! The brilliant Nikola Tesla envisioned smart phones and wireless technology in 1901, could perform calculus in his head, and registered more than 300 patents. Tesla was also obsessive compulsive and rarely slept more than two hours. He hated round objects, jewelry and hair, and polished each point of the dining room with exactly 18 napkins before dining. Learn more about the mysterious genius: http://bit.ly/NkTsla
You know when you get bad news or see something that hurts you and you feel that pain in your chest? Feeling your “heart-drop”. What is that actually? scientifically?
Those are classified as psychosomatic disorders, or when mental processes affect your body physically….
It seems like some people’s ONLY goal in life is to be in a relationship or to find the “love of their life”. And that’s fine, but just know that being single does not define your worth. Not being in a relationship doesn’t mean that you are not loved.
If you haven’t been having the best of luck in your romantic relationships, perhaps it’s best for you to invest all that time and energy on something else, and when you least expect it, the right one will come.
A rare northern white rhino has died in Kenya, a wildlife conservancy said on Saturday, leaving just six of the animals left alive and bringing the famed African species one step closer to extinction.
While there are thousands of southern white rhinos still roaming the plains of sub-Saharan Africa, decades of rampant poaching have drastically cut northern white rhino numbers.
Suni, a 34-year-old who was the first northern white rhino to be born in captivity, was found dead on Friday by rangers at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, about 250 km north of Nairobi.
The conservancy said Suni was not poached, but the cause of his death was unclear. It added that he was one of the last two breeding males in the world as no northern white rhinos are believed to have survived in the wild.
"Consequently the species now stands at the brink of complete extinction, a sorry testament to the greed of the human race," the conservancy said in a statement.
Our universe is so vast that something that is not impossible is virtually guaranteed to occur somewhere within it.
Rare events happen all the time.