It has become a common occurrence for children to throw a temper tantrum every time their parents command them to turn off the screens. For the most part, given the fact that the..
Temperatures in U.S. National Parks is Higher Than Other Parts of The Country
At the Eagle’s Peak, the most elevated peak in Yellowstone National Park, you will be towering over the rest of the surroundings at a height of 11,372 feet (3.466 kilometers)...
Why We Hate Seeing That It’s Only Tuesday
Indeed, we have survived Monday, and it's pleasant news, but much of the week is still on the horizon – that is if we manage to arrive there, as Tuesday often seems to endless...
Why Shouldn’t You Feed Birds Bread
Feeding birds with bread is a hobby that's shared by many people across cultures. However, although birds are glad to gouge on your ordinary treats, there are plenty of reasons..
Why We Put Off Things That We Actually Enjoy
I usually categorize new episodes of the various podcasts that I am subscribed in to three groups: Group A, episodes that I know I'll love; Group B, episodes that I'll like but..
What You Can Do About Global Warming
In the end, it’s all about one vital thing: As much as possible, avoid using those things that produce greenhouse gas emissions. In your own locality, you can start by consuming..
The Best Way to Prepare for a Flood
If we are talking about natural calamities, floods are the undisputed king. In the US, floods are responsible for more fatalities and physical destruction every year compared to..
How Rain and Snow May Trigger Earthquakes
Many people are already aware that earthquakes frequently shake the state of California in the United States of America. The Golden State is marked by numerous faults, including..
See The First Image of a Black Hole
The moment Jessica Dempsey, deputy director of the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope at Mauna Kea in Hawaii, had trouble coming up with a new and improved name for a deep-space detection..
Everything There Is To Know About Measles
After having been declared non-existent in the United States in 2000 from mass immunization, cases of measles still occasionally occur in some places around the world. Last year..