What is the weather like in your location, and how low does the temperature drop? If your climate is freezing cold, then you probably know a thing or two about cracked hands and frozen windshields. That’s why we gathered 15 products that will solve these and many other problems.
Jennifer Lawrence, 33, exchanged vows with Cooke Maroney in 2019 at a Newport, Rhode Island mansion. Speaking at the Golden Globes, Lawrence shared her perspective on her wedding day. While many brides cherish it as the best day, Lawrence described the experience of being a bride as “awful.” Lawrence also explained what happened between her and Robert De Niro that day.
Creating a movie is like embarking on an epic adventure, and there’s a whole universe of secrets behind the scenes that most movie buffs aren’t privy to. For example, have you ever noticed that the actors look far more attractive on-screen than in real life? Let’s unravel the answer and other intriguing mysteries behind the silver screen.
Dating can be a rollercoaster of emotions; sometimes, the stories that come out of it should be movie plots. We found 10 unforgettable dating stories that are somewhere between terrible and hilarious. In any case, these people prove that the dating world is like the weather — it always changes when we least expect it.
Fall is often associated with winds and rains, but you don’t have to feel cold this coming fall. These 10 Amazon gems will keep you cozy and warm, no matter where you are. From a cute dog-shaped draft stopper to novelty hand warmers and electric blanket, they’ll use all their power to protect you from nasty weather, while also cheering you up with their eye-catching design.
You’re relaxing in your room and streaming some good tunes when suddenly, the network’s down. You try rebooting your phone, but there’s still no connection. Out of nowhere, your sister barges into your room in panic. She’s screaming something about rings. Boxing rings? Wedding rings? Rings on the tub? She’s not making any sense. So she drags you out of the house and shows you the sky. You take a look-up and see streaks of objects forming miles above the Earth’s surface. Her connection seems to work. The two of you check online what’s going on, and everywhere the same thing is making headlines: Rings are suddenly appearing in our sky! #Earthrings is breaking the hashtag record and videos are going super viral. Your sister can’t help but join the crowd and takes a bunch of selfies with the sky.
What would the Earth look like if it was born in another stellar system? I did a little research for you to find out. And the results were surprisingly wholesome! There are some warm tropics, strong winds, and... giant dragonflies. But okay, let me explain from the very beginning. Since 1995, NASA has discovered more than 4,100 planets outside the Solar System [exoplanets]. Unfortunately, most of them are either flying ice balls like Neptune or gas giants like Jupiter. But there are still as many as 161 planets similar to our Earth! And one of them is very close to us — in the Centauri constellation. There are three stars in this constellation.
About 8 billion inhabitants of planet Earth found the same terrible news in one day. Someone saw it on TV. Others heard it on the phone while scrolling through social media or listening to music. Some witnessed this news in a dream while sleeping. Someone’s voice said it in all languages to ensure everyone understood it. “I have good and bad news for you. Let’s start with the bad news. You’re all characters in YouTube videos in which your planet gets into a situation where the Moon breaks in half. For the audience, it will be a hypothetical story. But for you, these events will become a reality. The good news is that... I was joking. There is no good news. But don’t worry, the apocalypse won’t start on your planet. Maybe just a little bit. Have a nice day.”
Among all the planets of the Solar System, our Earth is unique since it’s the only one that has developed life. But what if we got a competitor? What if a second Earth appeared out of nowhere? Then there would be two different scenarios. The first is the destruction of both planets. The second has an unexpected but pretty logical ending. But let’s start with the catastrophic scenario. The second Earth with the same conditions could exist only if it received absolutely the same amount of sunlight as our planet. The orbit that our Earth follows is perfect for getting the necessary amount of solar heat. If we were a little further away, the entire surface of our planet would resemble Antarctica. And if Earth was a little closer to the Sun, we’d all live in a huge desert inhabited by very few living beings. So, for the second Earth to be identical to ours, it’d need to follow the orbit of our planet.
Well, it’s time to stretch your legs and take a walk in the park! The sun is shining, and you enjoy the weather and life on the whole. That’s when you spot a rapidly growing vertical cloud.Bright white at first, it’s approaching alarmingly fast, becoming dense and inky. The sky is darkening, and a gust of wind blows the hat off your head.And then, your hair starts to stand on end! That’s your cue to run for your life — you’re about to be hit by lightning! At this very moment, positive charges are rising through your body.They’re reaching toward the negatively charged part of the storm. If you don’t react fast, these charges will meet, and it’ll end badly for you.
Bzzzz! The alarm went off. Today is the day — I let the AI control every single thing I do — but for one day only. Let’s see if the bot can help me survive through this day, shall we? I grab my laptop, open ChatGPT, and type in the most important question any Homo Sapiens can ask the AI in the morning. “What should I have for breakfast?”
Ahh, Earth... the third rock from the Sun. The blue planet. You get it. Its atmosphere is made up of around 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, and 1% argon, water vapor, and carbon dioxide, a nice balance for any living creature to breathe. The weather here is also perfect for life to exist, unlike in places like Saturn, Mercury, or any other celestial object in our Solar System — we have the troposphere to thank for that. It’s the densest part of the atmosphere on our planet and is 5 to 9 miles thick. It’s the layer of the atmosphere that always affects our weather and secures the right conditions for life to exist and to have bodies of water.
It was hot in the tropics. A type of heat unknown to the men aboard the Ninã, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria ships, led by Italian explorer Christopher Columbus. It had been months since these men left their home cities in Europe. And until then, Europe was all they knew. They were given a difficult and even dangerous task. Spain hired Columbus to find a New Western Route to Asia. They needed new routes for trading and buying spices. But it was far from a simple job.I mean, crossing the ocean never is. Little did those sailors know that their lives were about to change forever! “Land in sight!”, someone must have shouted on board. But when they finally stepped on that new foreign land, they discovered they were not in Asia. They had landed in the Americas.
It’s dark outside — almost 2 AM. You go outside and look at the sky. And here it is — bright, full Moon. You might think you know a lot about Earth’s natural satellite, but let me ask you this, “How did it form?” The answer is “nobody knows”! But, of course, there are theories. The most popular one, called “the giant-impact theory,” claims that the Moon formed during a collision between Earth and another planet. This planet must have been smaller than ours, the size of Mars. And the collision itself probably happened around 4.5 billion years ago.
And there’s the kick-off. Imagine watching your favorite team square up with its rivals. If you’re in the stands cheering them on, then it’ll be even better to see them run up and down a cool-looking patch of green grass. That’s why most pitches have different grass patches for your entertainment. The only player on the pitch who’s allowed to touch the ball is the goalkeeper, and you can easily identify them by the different colors of their jerseys. They were asked to wear different colors so that they can pick them out from the crowd. This tradition started more than 100 years ago when jerseys looked slightly different and the pace of the game wasn’t as fast as today.
There are days when we feel tired and energy-drained even after a good night’s sleep. Fatigue and apathy may have a wide variety of reasons that differ for all people. Even a small solar storm 93 million miles away from the Earth can make your neurons work weaker.Studies have revealed that solar storms are so massive that they can desynchronize our biological clock and cause excessive sleepiness and laziness. That’s because electromagnetic activity generated by the disturbance of the Sun influences the pineal gland in our brains. Although this gland is very tiny, it plays the role of a big boss in your endocrine system.
It’s 2018. You get up early in the morning to go ashore and catch some fish. You come to the spot you were yesterday, throw the hook into the sea and wait. The float is twitching. You’ve caught some fish, but... Hey! Hello! Why aren’t you doing anything? Right now, you don’t care about the fish. You’re looking at something in the distance. You open your mouth in surprise since you see a huge ship stuck on a shoal. It wasn’t here yesterday, so it got here at night.
On April 10, 1912, the RMS Titanic set sail from England. But this wasn’t the launch of a regular ship. The Titanic was the largest liner ever built at the time. It was 882 feet long — that’s nearly the size of three soccer fields! And measured from the hull to the top of the smokestacks, the ship was an impressive 175 feet tall! That’s the size of a 17-story building. Deemed “unsinkable,” it took 3,000 workers almost 3 years to build. But a mere four days into its very first voyage, at 11:40 PM, the ship collided with an iceberg and was lost beneath the waves of the Atlantic Ocean. It took the liner only 2 hours and 40 minutes to sink. And of more than 2,200 passengers and crew members on board, only 706 survived.
Lightning is never a triangle, straight line, or circle. It always has a zigzag shape. Lightning is an electric current, and it always takes the path of least resistance. Air is uneven and irregular, containing dust particles, gases, and other substances. Lightning just seeks the best way through.
Well, it’s time to stretch your legs and take a walk in the park! The sun is shining, and you enjoy the weather and life on the whole. That’s when you spot a rapidly growing vertical cloud.Bright white at first, it’s approaching alarmingly fast, becoming dense and inky. The sky is darkening, and a gust of wind blows the hat off your head.And then, your hair starts to stand on end! That’s your cue to run for your life — you’re about to be hit by lightning! At this very moment, positive charges are rising through your body.
A human year is not the same as a dog year. You might have thought that dogs age seven times faster than we do, but it’s not that simple. A dog that’s been around for one year is, in fact, already 31. It will most likely even have its own little puppies running around. But here’s where it gets tricky. 2 human years don’t necessarily mean that your dog is 62, either. Your buddy will need to be about 4 in our years before it reaches old age. A 4-year-old dog will be 50, but a 7-year-old dog will be 62, and an 8-year-old dog will only be 64. So, they age faster but also slower and slower as time passes by. The next time you’re celebrating your best bud’s birthday, be sure to put lots of candles on the cake and buy even more presents than you normally would!
Hey, if you’re reading this, I want you to know why I did it. It all started with getting rid of air travel. Then, they ripped up the railroads. Finally, they got rid of intercity roads. Towns were isolating themselves from each other, for...“safety” they said. And to make it official, they built the domes...
Although they may have wrinkles on their faces and gray hair, these grandmas are young at heart. They refuse to just sit and watch the world go by, and their hearts are still filled with the same sense of wonder that they had in their twenties. We can’t help but admire these amazing grandmas who prove that age is just a number, and their energy makes everyone around them feel young as well.
Good morning! I’m so happy we’re gonna spend the day together. You see, I stayed up reading about all those common things that you and I never realized actually had purposes. My head’s brimming with all this knowledge! I need to unload it on someone. And you’re the perfect volunteer!
A giant, roiling mountain of a thundercloud is moving towards you. It’s completely black and goes in stark contrast with the bright blue sky right above and behind you. You see a blinding flash and, in a few seconds, a deafening whip-like crack of thunder. And then, the rain starts gushing down from above. The wind rises, you see treetops bending low towards the ground some miles away and getting closer by the second. You freeze in place, realizing you can’t escape anyway.
We’re used to using smart devices every day, but what would you say about the fact that they can also use us as an energy resource? A curious study has introduced nanogenerators that can capture energy from human movement. Sounds like a dream come true.And while scientists are learning more about this technology, we’re just in time with a list of discounted gadgets that can really come in handy in your daily life.
The seat belt on the passenger seats has a fabric loop. When put under a great amount of pressure, the stitches on the loop rip apart so the excess fabric can assist in cushioning the passengers. The extra few inches can make a great difference within a dire circumstance. However, there isn’t one on the driver’s side. As the driver is so close to the steering wheel, it’s safer for them not to have one. Seat belts were originally invented in the mid-19th century, though this technology wasn’t brought into common practice until the 1960s!
Hey, don’t we all love wintertime? Gingerbread cookies and sitting by the fireplace and... frozen methane bubbles? Freezing temperatures afford humanity the pleasure of some very weird winter phenomena. Let’s go take a look at some of them.
In our Solar system, most planets spin counterclockwise — but not Venus. This rebel planet decided to spin clockwise, and scientists are still trying to figure out why. By the way, why do planets rotate in general? What defines the speed of their rotation? Does the Sun rotate? Buckle up and let’s try to answer these questions. Venus is the second planet from the Sun and the hottest planet in our Solar system. Did you know that Venus is sometimes called Earth’s “twin”? That’s because it’s similar in size and composition to our own planet. But that’s where the similarities end, because Venus is a pretty crazy place, to say the least. For example, the weather. On Venus, it’s always hot and cloudy. And when I say “hot”, I mean it — it’s like over 800°F there! And those clouds? They’re not made of water like the ones on Earth. Instead, they’re made of sulfuric acid. So yeah, you wouldn’t want to go outside without a really good sunscreen on Venus.
Have you ever experienced the sensation that your armpits smell a little, and you’re not sure why since you clean them very thoroughly? This can happen to the best of us, and sometimes it’s not because of something we are not doing but because of something we are doing incorrectly.
If you feel like the weather is getting hotter every summer, you’re not alone. And you’re not wrong either. With increasingly hot temperatures, it’s important to protect yourself from the heat and sun, but don’t forget to keep your fur baby nice and cool too, especially if they like playing outside!
The saying “nobody’s perfect” might go out of style very soon since the perfect body is almost within our reach. With the help of technology and evolution, humans have been through harsh conditions here on Earth and survived, and there’s no stopping us! Except for maybe one thing — our highly evolved but flawed bodies may not be cut out for the future.