Saturday, March 11, 2017

Great Advertisement From Adidas - VIDEO

Adidas – Break Free

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Rare Animal Babies You’ve Never Seen Before (14 Photos)

Adorable Baby Sugarglider 

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

The Man Who Saved Students, By Sacrificing His Life

Romanian-born Israeli and American scientist, engineer, professor, teacher, and a Holocaust survivor, Liviu Librescu, held the door of his classroom during the Virginia Tech shootings sacrificing his life while the gunman continuously shot through the door saving 22 of his 23 students.

Monday, February 27, 2017

The Shortest Oscar Speech In History

An Oscar speech is a public monologue given by a person who has just been awarded an Academy Award.

Sunday, February 26, 2017

The Only United States Capital Without A McDonalds.


McDonald's (or simply as McD) is an American hamburger and fast food restaurant chain. It was founded in 1940 as a barbecue restaurant operated by Richard and Maurice McDonald. In 1948, they reorganized their business as a hamburger stand, using production line principles. The first McDonald's franchise using the arches logo opened in Phoenix, Arizona in 1953.

Friday, February 24, 2017

Who Owns The Best Sport Quote Ever Said?

   Vitas Gerulaitis was an American tennis player who has played since 1971 to 1986. Though he was a good player, at that period of time there was one American player Jimmy Connors as well. He was one of the best players of that time.
   Vitas had met with Jimmy for 17 times and he lost 16 of them. But after beating Connor on the 17th match, he said something special: “And let that be a lesson to you all. Nobody beats Vitas Gerulaitis 17 times in a row.”

The Reason, Why Facebook Is Blue.

Being colorblind doesn't mean you see the world in black and white. But it does mean that you have difficulty distinguishing between certain colors. For Mark Zuckerberg, blue is the "richest" color he can see — which is why Facebook's dominant color is blue. 

Thursday, February 23, 2017

6 Things You Didn't Know About Everyday Objects - VIDEO

6 Things You Didn't Know About Everyday Objects - VIDEO

Incredible Photos Of Cappadocia, Turkey (10 Photos)

How a Mexican Janitor Invented Flamin' Hot Cheetos And Became A Vice President Of The Company

   Richard Montañez was born in Mexico and grew up in Guasti, a small town close to Ontario, California.
    Richard had trouble learning English and he dropped out of high school because he couldn't understand the teachers. Without a high school diploma, he got a job as a janitor at the Frito-Lay Rancho Cucamonga plant in California.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

NASA Found 7 New Planets Where Can Be A Life.

Around 40 light-years away, seven Earth-sized planets have been spotted orbiting closely around a small, ultra-cool star. It’s one of the largest solar systems that’s ever been discovered outside of our own, and it’s a particularly enticing find in the ongoing search for extraterrestrial life. Six of the planets in the system may have the right temperatures for liquid water to exist on their surfaces, and astronomers are confident they’ll be able to get a more in-depth look at these seven worlds with future space telescopes.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Amazing Animal Bridges And Crossings That Save 1000s Of Animals Every Year

 Ecoduct In Banff National Park, Canada 

Monday, February 20, 2017

Which Lego Set You Never Can Find

The Lego Group’s motto is "Det bedste er ikke for godt" which means roughly “only the best is the best” (more literally “the best is never too good”). For the good worlds, The creator of Legos made a policy of no military sets because he didn't want war to seem like child's play.

The Reason Why Harry Truman Lived Only For $112.56 Pension After Presidency

Upon leaving the presidency, Truman returned to Independence, Missouri, to live at the Wallace home he and Bess had shared for years with her mother. Once out of office, Truman quickly decided that he did not wish to be on any corporate payroll, believing that taking advantage of such financial opportunities would diminish the integrity of the nation's highest office. He also turned down numerous offers for commercial endorsements. Since his earlier business ventures had proved unsuccessful, he had no personal savings. As a result, he faced financial challenges. Once Truman left the White House, his only income was his old army pension: $112.56 per month. Former members of Congress and the federal courts received a federal retirement package; President Truman himself ensured that former servants of the executive branch of government received similar support. In 1953, however, there was no such benefit package for former presidents, and he received no pension for his Senate service.

IKEA Made A Garden That You Can Easily Build At Home

 Space10, a Danish design lab supported by IKEA, has officially open-sourced The Growroom, “an artistic exploration of the incredible potential of urban farming.” The pavilion is ‘sliced’ to provide optimal light and water flow for the weeks worth of herbs and vegetables it’s capable of growing, but also to create a serene shelter for anyone who steps inside.

Schoolboy Who Made Better Marketing Than Cafeteria


 A schoolboy from Turin made national headlines after he was caught selling food and drinks to his peers at cheaper prices than the school cafeteria.
 The 17-year-old has received both praise and punishment for the scheme.Italian schoolboy who was selling snacks on campus at a lower price than the cafeteria was suspended for 10 days. He also received a prestigious scholarship from an institute that said the boy's initiative should be "encouraged, not persecuted".