There is hardly something as swooming as a long kiss. The act of pressing your lips to someone else’s can fuel everything with lust. Despite emotions, science also has to say something about this smooch session
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Plastic is all around us, including the Arctic. But while most plastics follow a particular breaking down cycle doing damage at every point still not all of the plastics are the same. A recent UK study claims that some plastic products, including children’s toys and takeout containers, are made from black plastic e-waste, which is contaminated with dangerous heavy metals.
Comparing the power of Adele’s album 25 with the fun Taylor Swift’s 1989 proves that not every 25-year- olds are the same. Both artists released these albums when they were the same age, but a completely different view on what it means to live for a quarter of a century.
Engineers and scientists have been fascinated by the unusual structure for centuries and it is still a subject of admiration and wonders.
As part of the U.S. space agency's 2020 mission, NASA will send a small helicopter to Mars, and that will be first such an aircraft used in another world. Its blades will spin at almost 3,000 rpm, which is 10 times faster than the helicopters on Earth.
Aside from wrinkles, losing the muscle tone, memory and hair loss, many elderly people have supersensitive skin that gets itchy even at the lightest touch—a condition, called alloknesis. There isn’t a known causes or a way to treat this condition yet.
To stay hidden from predators, patterns on the wings of a South American butterfly go completely transparent. This was used by the engineers who have mimicked these patterns in an eye implant for people with glaucoma.
The issues which were discussed at the 2018 Facebook F8 developers conference were mainly around Oculus Go VR, Clear History, better Instagram and Whatsapp features and new ways to date on Facebook. Although the conference was primarily dedicated to developers, the keynote gives us an idea of what to expect from Facebook, and its subsidiaries, in the future.
If you are one of those who find it difficult to start exercising, the results from a recent study may encourage you. The perk of the intense exercise actually lies in runner’s high—a feeling of relaxed euphoria after an intense workout—and is the reason you should see exercising from a whole other perspective.
It may be time to get rid of the desk chair: A new study links memory problems in older adults and middle-age people with sitting too much every day.