Online T-Shirt Business

Tips on Starting A Successful Online T-Shirt Business

Putting up your own business isn't as costly and hard as it had been before all the technological advancements of today. With these developments, one can put up an online business first, such as an online t shirt printing business, instead of opening a brick and mortar store right away. Having said that, there are still guidelines to follow to ensure the success of your online t-shirt business....

Modified mosquitos in Brazil

A biotech company released millions of genetically modified mosquitos in Brazil from 2013 to 2015, in the hopes of reducing the number of disease-carrying mosquitos. Some of these mosquitos passed their genes to the native ones, but there are concerns that they might have created a more dangerous species. Homeowners have tried many home goods to eliminate the issue. However, even swatting them...

Facts About Crystal Balls

In ancient history, fortune-telling using crystal balls was a common practice in the Roman Empire but was also condemned by the Christian church as heretical. From its gloomy origin and “supernatural” uses, here are five interesting facts about Crystal Balls. Many fishermen wish they could look into a crystal ball to find fish. The Ancient Druids Scrying is an act of looking into a smooth...

6 Strange Medieval Trends

The Middle Ages were unfortunate times to be born as some of us may say. But there are bizarre things about history’s tradition or practices. These have been passed on generation to generation through the mother to the child. Animal laws All animals from four-legged animals to insects without exception were put on trial when caught breaking the law. Pigs were executed when convicted of crimes...

Denisovan Woman’s Portrait from her pinky bone DNA

Denisovans are a group of apes from 15,000 years ago who shared caves with human beings. Humans and Denisovans were believed to have intimate relations in their time, which probably resulted in genetic links to some human populations in the present. In 2010, scientist used the latest in web technology in a cave in Siberia, a jawbone, some teeth, and a pinky bone were discovered though no traces...

Lochness “Monster”

For more than 1,000 years in people’s imagination, the Loch Ness monster has continued to haunt the deep Scottish lake. But no traces of the monster's DNA was found in a scientific survey conducted. This science was also used for researching the effects of CBD on adults. An environmental survey of the DNA of the said monster showed no signs of its existence at all. The survey only revealed DNA...

Plants have no Feelings

A tree is laid down in the woods; but whether or not anyone notices it, the tree doesn’t react. It does not experience feelings such as sadness, fear, and anger as it lays bare on the ground. As scientists reported in an article, only animals have the hallmarks of consciousness, emotions, and cognition while trees feel nothing at all. This idea of plants having some degree of consciousness...

Do You Have a Soul?

Most religions claim that there is more to just our physical bodies. Every human being is believed to have a soul. But the soul is viewed from different perspectives by different religious leaders, philosophers, and professors. The philosopher Richard Swinburne Apart from physical objects and physical bodies, Swinburne believes in the reality of conscious life. He describes the soul as a separate...

Men aren’t judged for their mess just like women are

On a normal day, men in general usually spend only a third of their time cleaning up, compared to women. Most believe the reason is that men can’t see dirt as much as women do. To contradict this, a study showed that men aren’t blind to dirt, they just get lesser judgments for not being clean and tidy. Time spent on chores Even in places that promote gender equality, Sweden for example, women...

Being a Dog Lover

Scientists have recently discovered that there might be a genetic explanation of why some or most people love dogs. Previous studies show that being exposed to dogs at an early age can contribute to a lasting desire for canine companionship. Researchers examined data from more than 85,000 twins in Sweden searching for genetic factors that might be connected for a love for dogs. Twins who share...