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The Great Pyramid of Giza

The Great Pyramid of Giza is a defining symbol of Egypt and the last of the ancient Seven Wonders of the World. It is located on the Giza plateau near the modern city of Cairo and was built over a twenty-year period during the reign of the king Khufu (2589-2566 […]

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The Parthenon of Athens

The Parthenon is one of the crown jewels of the Acropolis of Athens and a formidable testament to the wealth and culture of ancient Athens, Greece. It is constructed as a dedication to Goddess Athena after whom the current city is named. Parthenon has been the center of the history […]

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How to build Good Habits ?

Habits are the secret sauce to a healthy life – or the recipe for an unhealthy one, depending on what’s in question. Habits are tricky little creatures in that they’re easy to build when they immediately reward us, but feel near impossible to start when the benefits aren’t instantly obvious.  […]

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How to Create a Strong Password ?

A strong password is the main barrier keeping most of your online accounts from being hacked. Without up to date practices, you might be using passwords that cyber-frauds can easily guess within hours. Exposing yourself to identity theft and extortion is a risk you should never take. You will need […]

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Salesforce Acquires Slack

It’s secure to say the crossover work slant is picking up a few balance, as Salesforce has reported the securing of Slack — the prevalent work messaging platform — with a cost tag that diminutive people any other within the company’s history. To say the commerce world is making moves […]

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White Holes

Black holes are places in the Universe where matter and energy are compacted so densely together that their escape velocity is greater than the speed of light. Fully describing a black hole requires a lot of fancy math, but these are real objects in our Universe. They were predicted by […]

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Naphthalene balls

Naphthalene balls have been used for decades as household preservative of clothes and as deodorant tables for toilets, urinals etc. They are manufactured from naphthalene flakes by a tablet making machine having a ball shaped die. The product has wide market and the investment cost is low. The raw material […]

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Hiccups

Hiccups(hichki). They can be annoying or embarrassing, but we typically don’t think of them as concerning. They’re usually short-lived, although in rare cases, they can persist. When they last more than a of couple days, or if other symptoms occur at their onset, they can be a sign of a […]

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Cloud Computing

Cloud computing refers to any kind of hosted service delivered over the internet. These services often include servers, databases, software, networks, analytics and other computing functions that can be operated through the cloud. Files and programs stored in the cloud can be accessed anywhere by users on the service, eliminating […]

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Salesforce

What Is Salesforce? Salesforce started as Software as a Service (SaaS) CRM company. Salesforce now provides various software solutions and a platform for users and developers to develop and distribute custom software. Salesforce.com is based on multi-tenant architecture. This means that multiple customers share common technology and all run on […]

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History of McDonald’s

A man named Patrick McDonald opened a small food stand called “The Airdome” in Monrovia, California in the late 1930s. The stand served burgers and orange juice that cost ten and five cents, respectively. By 1940, Patrick’s sons Dick(Richard) and Mac(Maurice) McDonald had inherited and been operating their father’s small […]

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Arthur Eddington

Sir Arthur Stanley Eddington (1882 – 1944) Arthur Eddington was a British astronomer, physicist and mathematician. He was born in Cumbria, UK before moving to Weston-super-Mare as a child. He was not from a wealthy family but did so well at school that he got a scholarship to go to […]

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The Chernobyl Incident

In the early morning hours of April 26, 1986, the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine (formerly part of the Soviet Union) exploded, creating what many consider the worst nuclear disaster the world has ever seen. Where is Chernobyl? The Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant is located about 81 miles (130 […]

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Artichoke

The artichoke is a flavoursome vegetable and also a superb ornamental garden plant thanks to its lovely purple flowers. It is eaten raw or cooked depending on the variety, hot or cold, alone or as a side dish. Mediterranean origins Originating in the Mediterranean basin, artichokes were probably first cultivated […]

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Hubble Space Telescope

Definition: Hubble Space Telescope (HST) is a space telescope named after renowned astronomer Edwin Hubble. It was launched in 1990 and is one of the great observatories of NASA. Hubble was created with a need to capture high-resolution images of universe. It is capable of taking high-resolution images with negligible […]

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