I’m a bit ‘over’ Candy Crush, but Bubble Witch Saga definitely has an addictive quality for me…
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The 2014 Winter Olympics is currently underway in Sochi, Russia. And despite some concerns over security and human rights, it seems to be going rather well (at the time of writing).
Anyone watching the Olympics will have noticed how the competitors look very different than their counterparts from 30 years, 50 years, and 80 years ago. But why?
Pat Robertson, known as a right-wing conservative Christian, has condemned Young Earth Creationists. Which is the group who believe the Bible should be taken literally, meaning the world is only 6,000 years old.
“How often do you shower or wash your body? Chances are, you probably bathe too much!
“Gossiping is typically looked down upon in today’s society, but could gossiping can actually have a few positive effects!
Who better to present a video demonstrating the best way to shoot snowballs with a slingshot than a scary German guy with a menacing maniacal laugh?
So you can multitask, but not in the way you think you can multitask.
The Northern lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis, is in the news as it could be visible much further south than usual.
Thanks to a huge solar storm the Northern lights may be visible in parts of the U.S., possibly as far south as Virginia, as well as in parts of Europe not normally treated to this impressive display.
“In this episode of SciShow, Hank explores what we now know about the meteoroid that streaked across Russian skies on February 15, 2013.” – Yt
With the polar vortex currently sitting over North America, and the freezing cold weather it has brought to most of the states that make up the United States, there have been a lot of experiments with boiling water.
However, that’s been done countless times now. We need to change it up a little, perhaps by using the hot liquid nature provided us all with. Yes, that’s right. Pee.