1. Super Glue
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
For centuries, man has been on an upward trend when it comes to inventions and novel discoveries. This is very true in the world of science and technology where some of the things we hardly pay attention to came into being because of an accident. So what are some of these inventions? Below are the famous five.
The world is a giant jigsaw puzzle, spotted with both exquisitely beautiful and potentially dangerous places. While you may dream of spending a lifetime in some of the true paradises-on-earth, you should be equally wary of stepping up in some real hell spots for your own safety. But not everyone is fortunate enough to get a cozy and safe home and there are places on earth where people are actually living on the edge of peril. Here are top 10 such nightmarish places on earth where you would never want to live:
Dharavi in Mumbai, India
|The slums of Mumbai / Photo from sarahlane|
|Roughly half the residents of Bombay live in crowded slums such as these / Photo from bwillen|
Monday, November 21, 2011
We've all studied World War 2 and its far-reaching consequences in school. While almost everything about this epic war is common knowledge (or should be!), there are still several details that have eluded popular culture. Here are 10 things you never knew about World War 2:
Sunday, November 20, 2011
We love to show you the latest cool rides available, but if you’ve been wondering what kind of awesome motorcycles may be on the horizon then check out these cool concept bikes. Some are functional, but not practical yet for mass production, while others really push the envelope in terms of creative design.
The date was August 28, 1907 and the two kids were 18 year old Claude Ryan and 19 year old Jim Casey. The two had one bike between them and $100 borrowed from a friend to found the “American Messenger Company” in Seattle, Washington. The company was initially run in a hotel basement at Second Avenue and Main Street in Seattle.