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The British Empire and An Origin of The New Cocktail

It was the time between 16th to an early 18th century when the British Empire was on its full swing. The Queen was ruling an empire so vast and spread around the globe, that historians started using a phrase to refer it- The Empire on which the Sun never sets. Originated with overseas possessions and trading posts established between the time period of 16th to 18th century...
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Why do Spiders not get caught in their own webs?

An insect flies into a spider web and that is it. There are no chances left for him except sitting duck until the return of web’s owner and becoming another delicious nutrition serving for him. These eight-legged creepy creatures are there for more than 420 million years and found almost in every continent except Antarctica (Yes they do not like cold.). These eight-legged air-breathing...
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How many Fireflies do we need to match up Our Sun?

It is weird! Yes asking to match up Sun’s brightness using fireflies is actually a weird thing, but curious minds behave like this. So let’s dwell a little deeper to find an answer if possible any. First thing first, if by any means it becomes possible, it would require a great number of fireflies. The number of fireflies for this grand scheme would be a...
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How do the stars twinkle in the sky?

Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you are! Stars are technically defined as massive celestial luminous bodies made of burning gases held by its own gravity. All stars have one thing in common; they all twinkle in dark night. On a clear dark night, the sky full of celestial bodies, we could see about 6000 or so twinkling stars. Have you ever been...