Life-giving energies harnessed by the pyramid had a significant regenerating effect on the land and all the products stored inside: from wines and seeds to fruits and vegetables.
When researching archaeological sites located in a largely populated area, you have to decide where to excavate to get the best results. Here, ground-penetrating radars (GPRs) will come to help scientists! This technology has been used by the military since the 1970s and became available approximately in the mid-1980s.
An important aspect of engaging younger kids towards science is to add the element of fun in the learning process. Younger kids in the age group of 5-7 are inquisitive about the world around them. They want to experience new things and learn from them through exploration. This curiosity in kids can be used positively by involving them in DIY science projects. We will highlight this point by using an example science project with a clear learning outcome.
The ethical justification of the world order is the main cause of modern creativity in metaphysics. It fills the gap left by science in its texts. The world demonstrates a dual approach to knowledge, and we must realize this duality.
Since ancient times, the use of river energy has been an important factor determining the development of civilization. In this long way of the development, the water engine, from the simplest water wheels used in the ancient world to supply water for irrigation, and water mills, transformed into modern hydraulic units for hydropower plants.
Since ancient times, the pyramids of Egypt excite the minds of people with their mystery, form and magical effect on people and objects. It is still unknown who built them. The principle of operation and the purpose of the pyramids is a mystery as well.
Taking care of the ecosystem, making a feasible contribution to improving the state of the environment is not just a fashionable trend. The understanding of responsibility for the fate of the planet that suffers greatly from human economic activities gradually enters people's minds.
London startup Skipping Rocks Lab has developed a package of the future, which can become an excellent replacement for plastic cups, bags, and bottles.
Approximately 780 million people live without access to fresh water, and a growing global population, coupled with climate change, threatens to grow. So technology can help.
by Eliza Donavan
I’m writing this after a conversation that some friends and I had about the tech that we had to live with, and especially microwave ovens. The story about that one is particularly important in understanding how things are decided for us, as opposed to our collective decision of what to use, and what to discard.