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Loyalty: Dog Walks 2 Miles Every Day to Visit His Owner’s Grave

A recent incident in the province of Sassari, Italy, shows that dogs are not just man’s best friend during their lifetimes, but that their loyalty can extend even beyond that. What an Italian man’s dog did after his death is beyond explanation. Who would think that a dog could be so connected to his owner […]

Consumers Are Searching Online But Not Buying. Why?

Online marketers have seen the pattern: 95-98 percent of online visitors search for something, but the search never converts into a purchase and they leave the site without buying. For marketers, this results in speculation and assumptions that can lead to wasted time and investments in ineffective marketing programs. One of the more common ways […]

The Orioles Are the First Pro US Team to Use Braille on Their Uniforms

The Baltimore Orioles are a popular professional baseball team in the U.S. They are the first team in U.S. professional baseball to use Braille on their uniforms. Although the team has had some bad seasons, This move has inspired many people in another way. This event took place during a baseball game at Camden Yards, […]

How Porridge Can Help You Strengthen Your Immunity During the Spring Season

Porridge is renowned in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) for its nourishing properties. The famous Chinese physician Sun Simiao said: “The superior doctor should first adjust the patient’s diet and lifestyle.” In TCM, pathogen properties like wind, heat, and dampness are considered to be physical influencing factors, which if allowed to accumulate too much, can affect […]

New Book Explains How Famous Egyptian Mummy Was Murdered

A new book published today explains how the famous mummy Takabuti was likely to have been murdered over 2,600 years ago. Editors Professor Rosalie David from the University of Manchester and Professor Eileen Murphy Queen’s University Belfast, say a military ax was probably used from behind as she was running away from her assailant. According […]

Australia and UK Announce ‘Space Bridge’ Agreement

On February 23, 2021, the Space Bridge Framework Arrangement was signed at Westminster, London, United Kingdom, and at the residence of the British High Commissioner in Canberra, Australia. The new partnership will increase investment and knowledge exchange between the space sectors of the two countries. The Space Bridge is the first of its kind and […]

Healthy Protein Ball Recipe With No Sugar, and They Taste Delightful!

Healthy Protein Balls are a great choice for getting away from treats that have too much sugar. Today, many people are becoming aware of the health problems that come from eating too many processed foods that have high sugar content. Processed sugar is used in foods as a sweetener, of course, in order to make products […]

In Ancient China, Knot Tying Was a Special Art Form

Beautiful and elaborate, intricate while following simple rules, knot tying is part of China’s 5,000-year history, and prehistoric records attest to their use in recording all manner of important events. There are a number of Chinese sayings that explain the role of knot tying in ancient China, like “to tie knots in a string for […]

Lucky Finds From Rabbit Hole Re-Write Prehistory of Skokholm Island

Chance finds of prehistoric stone tools and fragments of pottery, picked up from a rabbit hole by the wardens of Skokholm Island, have surprised experts and hint at new chapters in the prehistory of this famous island. Nicknamed “Dream Island,” Skokholm Island lies two miles off the south Pembrokeshire coast and is owned and managed by […]

Exploring the Evolution of Earth’s Habitability Regulated by the Oxygen Cycle

A recent review provides a systematic overview of the latest advances in the oxygen cycle at different spatial and temporal scales and the important role that oxygen plays in shaping our current habitable Earth. As an essential material for the survival and reproduction of almost all aerobic organisms, oxygen is closely related to the formation […]

How Is Tea Made and What Are Its Amazing Health Benefits?

Tea aficionados may be surprised to learn that all tea (which doesn’t include herbal teas or tisanes) comes from just one plant — the Camellia sinensis bush. While visiting the Charleston Tea Garden in South Carolina last summer, I discovered that it is the way tea leaves are processed that creates different types of teas. How tea […]

The Amazing Volcanic Vineyards of Lanzarote

Those seeking an extraordinary wine tour should head to the vineyards in Lanzarote. The mention of vineyards conjures images of lush greenery, located usually in serene locations, where the tourists can savor the fine quality wine while enjoying the sunsets amidst serenity. This is what you can find in famous winery destinations like Napa, the […]

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