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How To Survive A Deadly Global Virus By Max Siedentopf
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How To Survive A Deadly Global Virus By Max Siedentopf

How To Survive A Deadly Global Virus By Max Siedentopf This coronavirus we’ve come to know as Covid-19 is causing a lot of panic and trouble across the globe. Not only has it taken our ability to travel or hang out in pubs and bars and movie theaters, but it’s also taken our ability to see friends, visit relatives, have human contact with people outside of our flatmates and in some countries it’s even taken our freedom to go outside for a walk. But you know what it hasn’t taken? Our sense of humour and our creativity, and until we have that we will be ok. Whether you want to wear a facemask or you think there’s no point in wearing one, we hope you find some joy in Max Siedetopf’s humorous photos on how to survive a deadly global virus. Max Siedentopf is a fellow millennial that...
Technologies of the Future: 9 latest human inventions that will soon change the world for the better
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Technologies of the Future: 9 latest human inventions that will soon change the world for the better

We are living in the most wonderful time that is filled with scientific discoveries and incredible technological advancements. Everything changes really fast and new ideas come to life every single year, which may be a bit stressful to follow, but in the end we get a bunch of exciting gadgets and technologies that not only bring us joy, but also heal us, improve our health, and help our environment. We are becoming more eco-conscious, thinking not only about developing great tech that would help humankind, but also about ways to make our lifestyle more environmentally friendly. At the rate modern technology is progressing, we might wake up in a totally different world in just one decade! Here are 9 new inventions that are about to change the world. A trip to space on a balloon Many ...
Art At Home Challenge Goes Viral During Quarantine
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Art At Home Challenge Goes Viral During Quarantine

This global pandemic has got us all stuck at home and bored, but it’s not that bad. Because the longer you’re bored the more creative you become. Think about it, how many new shows have you discovered, how many live streams have you been part of and how many of us have already had wine parties over skype or zoom? Yup, we’re all coming up with ways to alleviate our boredom, be it by building forts for the kids out of pillows, teaching your dog new tricks or testing just how smart your cat is. Artists are painting, poets are writing, musicians are composing new stuff. But some of us just miss the ability to go to a museum. Well, some museums are offering creative solutions for you. The Getty museum, for example, suggested that people try to recreate works of art using items you have at home...
Milky Way Will Collide With A Neighbour Galaxy, And It’s Inevitable
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Milky Way Will Collide With A Neighbour Galaxy, And It’s Inevitable

Our Milky Way Galaxy might seem all big at strong at first, but are we really safe in this spiralling gorgeousness? While our Solar System will remain habitable for at least a few billion years more with Sun burning brightly to keep planet Earth all warm and cosy, the Milky Way is on a dreadful collision path with another galaxy, and it won’t end good. But will it be a devastating experience or do we stand a chance to see the birth of a completely new galaxy? That is, of course, if humanity lasts long enough to observe this cosmic event. It’s not the first time It seems that galaxy clashes aren’t that rare judging by the state of our very own Milky Way. Astronomers made some findings in 2018 that suggest Milky Way devoured a dwarf galaxy back in the day. It wasn’t big – not bigger t...
How to Grow Echinacea at Home
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How to Grow Echinacea at Home

Echinacea, also known as coneflower, is one of the most vibrant and beautiful flowers that bloom late in summer. With gentle white, pink, or dark-rose petals, coneflowers attract hundreds of butterflies in August, which makes them popular among cottage gardeners who like to liven up their backyards. These flowers have thick stems, huge daisy-like blossoms, and mounded heads. Echinacea is also known for its medicinal properties and can be used to treat a variety of skin conditions. Here is how you can grow Echinacea at home. Containers If you don’t have a garden to grow your gorgeous coneflowers in a proper flower bed – don’t despair! You can still grow Echinacea at home, but you will need a really nice container for the flower. Choose a big pot if you want to grow coneflowers at...