Synthetic fiber is manufactured from many chemicals that have a harmful effect on humans and the environment. This article introduces information about synthetic fibers. The information contains the history of synthetic fibers, manufacturing process, uses, and risks to humans and the environment.
Love 'em or not, squirrels can teach us eight important lessons about relationships, decision-making, finances, self-confidence, and more. What can we learn from these pesky, bushy-tailed rodents?
Toilet paper is something we use every day, but how much do you know about it? You might be surprised at just how many fun facts there are to learn about it. See how many of these you already knew!
We had seen speedboats doing insane speeds but what about navy ships? Can they do similar speeds? Navy ships operate in choppy waters which is a disadvantage for speed. But they are still fast. Let’s see how fast.
People have celebrated Thanksgiving for centuries; however, the feasts shared today differ drastically from the delicacies enjoyed in the past, even when compared to just a few generations ago. Today's turkey is a monstrous distortion of what it should be, and once was.
Placer gold hunters usually follow the age old gold prospecting rules by digging in waterways. Here, I share places that have yielded me gold that may not be so well known. Enjoy and good hunting!!
For more than 200 years, the wealthy and privileged members of British society have cavorted and misbehaved at the exclusive Oxford University club.
Buddhist culture has some interesting customs and rituals. This article explores flashbacks of the life of Andy Liu, a monk who is working with a Buddhist team in Los Angeles.
The Guna are native people who live in Panama and Colombia. They are at risk of loosing their land to rising sea levels. Directly related to the Caribs, from which the name Caribbean derives, they are one of the few matriarchal society in existence today. This article is about them.
Are you a magical thinker or a scientific thinker or both? Do you know what the difference is? Magical thinking has always been part of humanity. Scientific thinking is what moves the world forward.
This isn’t about my Cornish holiday; it’s a personal focus on the Celtic Nation of Cornwall, who under EU Law were granted national minority status by the British Government in 2014: Giving them same legal recognition as other Celtic nations in the UK including Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.
Are there atheists in the pulpit? More than you think. Some stay, some leave, some try to change what it means to believe, some start atheist churches. How will this affect religion?