For all the advantages that the concrete jungle provides us, urban residents, it miserably fails in one thing – safeguarding the environment. From the constant rise in pollution which makes it difficult for us to breathe clean air even in our homes to the toxic gases and fumes generated from
Science has enabled us to uncover and discover many technologies and phenomenon that may otherwise seem supernatural or shrouded in mystery. The black hole has been one of the biggest mysteries eluding scientists around the world for decades Einstein’s theory of general relativity made tonnes of speculation about the behavior
Zebra stripes have been baffling scientists for centuries. No one had ever been able to figure out the real reason Zebra had stripes. A new finding by researchers at the University of Bristol and UC Davis, California, may have an answer to put an end to the mystery.
Even though large-scale geoengineering projects are still at the conception stage, supporters claim that it may sooner or later become crucial to evade the most awful effects of climate change. Here are a few existing and possible geoengineering projects that might give some real results in the long run
Agriculture and the way we grow food hasn’t changed for thousands of years but that is going to change. With the advent of Vertical Farming and Aeroponics, startups are growing fresh, organic crops without soil or even sunlight.
Mortality plays an important role in biological life. Every animal that is born goes through the cycle of life, reproduction, and death. But, some of them live longer than others, given the right environment. Let’s take a look at some of the longest living animals on Earth. African Elephant [70