Technology

Stephen Hawking funeral

Stephen William Hawking CH CBE FRS FRSA (8 January 1942 – 14 March 2018) was an English theoretical physicist, cosmologist, author, and Director of Research at the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology within the University of Cambridge. Read More »

Ways to keep your shoes looking new

Candle wax care Want your fabric shoes to be waterproof? Take some wax or paraffin candle and rub it on the shoes — it will prevent any water from going through the fabric. Read More »

A modern mosque without minarets stirs controversy

Wen the cities authorities commissioned the construction of a mosque near the City theater – one of capital’s most distinctive buildings – it was always going to be a tricky balancing act for the architects to design something unique that did not eclipse the adjacent structure. Read More »

Million dollar Idea startups

Digi-Kala   As the world’s largest online store, which plans to compete with Amazon in the Middle East, while having more user-cost and human-consuming costs than Snap, it holds about 80 percent of the country’s online retailers, with about two billion billion sales annually An equivalent of 120 billion USD is earning a net gain of approximately 100 billion Toman, ... Read More »

Strangest Jobs In History

Airplane Listener Before the invention of the radar, the troops should use other tools to identify the enemy. One of these techniques was to determine the acoustic position. Longer phones helped people recognize the vibrations and determine the voice position. These equipment was used from the middle of the First World War to the early World War II. Read More »

Strange Extension college courses you can take today

Burial service The Grapheton Jones College Depot Service is a great place for those who would like to be buried in the future. You do not see any work of mathematics and history in these classes, but you will learn a lot of specialized courses, such as ethics, deadlines and burial laws. Read More »

American companies that are no longer American

Budweiser Current owner: Anheuser-Busch InBev Belgian brewers Don’t be fooled by Budweiser’s rebrand. The cans may say “America” on them, but this beer is now owned by a Belgian company. The history of Budweiser dates back to the 1850s when a German, Adolphus Busch, moved to St. Louis and married the daughter of a local brewer, Eberhard Anheuser. The two ... Read More »

Countries that send the most college students to the U.S.

No. 10: Iran The number of Iranian students studying in the U.S. reached a 27-year high of 12,269 in 2015-16. (That’s still far lower than a peak of more than 51,000 prior to that nation’s 1979 revolution.) Read More »

Most Terrifying Earthquakes To Shake Earth

Valdivia, Chile, May 22, 1960 (9.5 Richter) The earthquake killed 1,655 people, injured 3,000 people and displaced two million people. The earthquake caused Chilean damage of $ 550 million, while the tsunami resulted in many deaths, causing damage to Hawaii, Japan and the Philippines. The earthquake breakdown area was 1,000 kilometers long. Two days after the initial earthquake, the volcano ... Read More »

The list of the most polluted cities in the world

Kaboah – Zimbabwe        The extraction and melting of two zinc and lead metals from 1902 to 1994 has been widely used in this region. The river crossed the mine and the factory along with the dust polluted by the area, the plague of workers and residents of the area.  In many cases, the level of lead in children ... Read More »