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by Gabriel · Published · Updated
On the maps, the countries located far of the equator are traditionally distorted (the Mercator projection), so many people think that the nations located near the tropics are smaller than they really are. This website...
by Aurélien · Published August 23, 2015 · Last modified August 25, 2015
For our pic of the day, here is The Palm Jumeirah, an artificial island in Dubaï, United Arab Emirates, that was created with 3.3 billion cubic meters of sand and 7 million tons of rock.
by Gabriel · Published August 25, 2015 · Last modified August 26, 2015
Pic of the day: Thessaloniki, Greece. With a population of nearly 790,000 residents in its urban area, Thessaloniki is the second largest city in Greece after Athens.
by Gabriel · Published August 27, 2015 · Last modified September 2, 2015
Microwave ovens are able to change the shape of matter when used in a specific way. Would it be possible to build an iPhone using a microwave oven?
Maybe you didn’t know it, but more than 2,000 nuclear blasts have been recorded on Earth since the first explosion in Hiroshima in 1945. This video will let you see them all, and learn...
Slow motion can let us see what the human eyes cannot see at normal speed, and that makes some incredible videos! Look at this video about jumps on a giant water balloon, it’s surprising! To see...
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