Japan Begins Trial Run For The World’s Fastest Bullet Train

Reading Time: 1 minute Japan is a pioneer in high speed trains, punctuality, safety measures including the emergency stop system, which can automatically slow down trains before a major earthquake strikes. Last week Japan started testing of the world fastest train that finished production in the first week of May at the cost of 10 billion Yen ($91 million). …

Five Memes About Work Life

Reading Time: 2 minutes   The boss-employee connection is very crucial to the efficiency of the business. What else do you understand? A lot of clean memes to go down the drain when that connection. The Pumpkin Blog has compiled a list of funny boss memes and they’re so related, they’ll definitely remind you that the universe hasn’t conspired …

The Science Of Chocolate: Why Does It Taste So Good?

Reading Time: 2 minutes   More often than not, a single product increases above the remainder in the canon of desserts and snacks. That delightful delight? Naturally, chocolate! Not only is the common sweet product practically inevitable when a certain February holiday comes around, but you will also be prepared to discover all sorts of stuff produced of, dipped …

How The Right Colors Can Change Your Life

Reading Time: 2 minutes   Color is an existing medium which communicates effectively with our conscious and unconscious minds. Understanding how color impacts every part of our routines can assist us live life that are more satisfying. Here’s a primary of all the aspects color can guide you:   1. Color defines our interior spaces Our well-being can be …

Four Epic Natural Swimming Spots In America

Reading Time: 3 minutes     It’s simple to suppose tourists have to walk to Thailand or some undiscovered waterfall in South America to discover the ideal natural swimming pool. However, many of the world’s most amazing and jaw-dropping lagoons are much nearer to each other. Here are the United States finest swimming pools.     Hamilton Pool (Texas) …

Norway’s Ambitious Plan to Build the World’s First Floating Tunnel

Reading Time: 2 minutes Norway is planning to build a submerged, floating tunnel to allow road traffic to cross one of its deepest fjords. Currently, the drive from the southern city of Kristiansand to Trondheim is over 1100 kms and takes about 20 hours drive and requires seven ferry crossings. The Public Roads Administration (NPRA) of Norway has an ambitious …

HOW DYING STAR LEADS TO THE FORMATION OF SOLAR SYSTEM

Reading Time: 3 minutes   A dust grain forged in a stellar explosion that predates our solar system reveals new insights into how stars end their lives and seed the universe with new star and planet building blocks. A team of researchers led by the University of Arizona found a grain of dust forged in the death throes of …

SIX THINGS THAT MAKE MEN ATTRACTIVE

Reading Time: 3 minutes   What is really needed by a man beyond the basics of food, water, and shelter? To be sure, clothes. An income is beautiful. A place to sit and rest comfortably. While many of the items that are so often seen as traditionally manly — the cigars, the ax, the fast car — may be …

World’s First revolutionary dual screen laptop

Reading Time: 2 minutes   HP launches a dual-screen gaming laptop with an additional keyboard screen. The secondary 6-inch 1080p display is designed to be used with a real-time screen mirroring feature that can cut and magnify parts of the main display (like maps) and allow you to zoom in on them while playing. You can also use the …

An Organization May Have Discovered A Cure For CANCER

Reading Time: 2 minutes   Moderna Inc., one of the most hyped in biotech in its initial public offering in December, gave investors their first look at its customized cancer vaccine platform.   Twelve of the 13 patients who got Moderna’s mRNA-4157 as monotherapy after their strong tumors had been precisely evacuated are still malady free after around eight …