General Knowledge

19 Most Famous Scientists Of All Time

The word ‘scientist’ was coined by a philosopher and theologian William Whewell in 1833. It describes someone who carries out scientific research to advance knowledge in a particular field. Today, most scientists have advanced degrees in...

12 Most Dangerous Places In The World

We live in a world where anyone can reach any destination from any part of the place within hours. In a way, the world is really small. But is it safe? A society without crime is something we call utopian society, where there is equality in every...

10 Strongest Bases Ever Synthesized

A base, in chemistry, refers to any substance that releases hydroxide ions (OH−) when dissolved in water or aqueous solution. Many bases, however, don’t readily carry hydroxide ions, but they too produce high levels of OH− when treated with...

12 Unknown Facts About Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein started his journey from Ulm, a city in the state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany, on March 14, 1879. He started showing signs of brilliance from a young age. During his entire scientific career, Einstein produced an astonishing number...

What Is The Color Of A Mirror?

Mirrors reflect certain wavelengths a little more than the rest.  These wavelengths lie in the range of 495 – 570 nanometers, which the human eye perceives as green.  So technically, most common mirrors are faintly green.  You probably have...

Earth’s Backup? Can We Really Do It?

Life on Earth has never been ‘invulnerable’. For the past few million years, our planet has been on the receiving end of many catastrophic events that eradicated a substantial portion of life forms from its surface. Scientists believe...