electric cars

Electric cars are technologically savvier, environmentally cleaner and financially smarter. Yet, most people have still not jumped on the bandwagon, opting for a more problematic, petrol-driven one in its stead. Breaking down the costs-vs-benefits analysis to a potential buyer will do little to promote an electric car purchase. Most consumers already know the real benefits … Continue reading electric cars

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graphene bits

What’s in your pencil can change the world. Graphene, which is in the tip of that No2 pencil (in the form of graphite), has some incredible properties. In a recent study, researchers created a new method using graphene to control the beating of human heart cells in a petri dish. Knowing how heart cells work … Continue reading graphene bits

spitting for sport

Spitting is a repugnance. Sometimes we see someone slosh saliva as they eat, or sometimes, people purposefully hurl wet globs onto the sidewalk. Whatever it may be, it’s not something I’d stretch to witness. It may be a cultural preference or my meandering dogma, but I find it an unpleasant act. I was recently reminded … Continue reading spitting for sport

Canada in Australia

Border disputes arise over ambiguously assigned territories. A country is only a country if someone says so and that someone has disciples. Countries are not predetermined, no matter what one’s national anthem solicits. Nor are they grafted into stone by the forces of nature. Nature disregards our stakes and trills for power, showing us time … Continue reading Canada in Australia

a shocking sneeze

Sneezing is an odd, useful way for the body to remove irritants. Anyone with allergies or a cold in vogue will also feel the incredible frustration over serial sneezing. Big sneezes are enough to shock our neighbours and disrupt any quiet once gathered. Bigger sneezes can rupture your throat. The sneeze that broke Recently, a … Continue reading a shocking sneeze