The six thinking hats is a effective, well established and great thinking technique devised by Edward de Bono. It aims on looking at each situation with a lucid mind that only sees from a single perspective – wearing a different hat. This method is proven efficient, problem solving and key to becoming a master thinker.
You can light up your house with cool LED throwies costing less than a dollar. It is simple, easy and quite fun all you need is a few things. Led lights look good and they cost less. You must try making a throwable LED light.
Things you need:-
1. LED light
2. 3v lithium coin cell
3. A piece a magnet
4. Duct tape
How to make:-
1. Connect the positive terminal of the cell to the longer side of the led light (anode) and the negative terminal to the shorter side (cathode).
2. Use the duct tape to stick them both well.
3. Put the magnet to the positive sides of the battery after few rounds of the duct tape and then again use duct tape to stick.
4. Throw and Enjoy !
Its cool and non-toxic. You must try.
1. First, form the volcano by a 4 cups flour, 2 cups water and some oil. Make a smooth dough and mould it around a open bottle in a volcano shape.
2. You may paint the volcano with any colour you want.
3.Put 5 teaspoon full of detergent and 3 teaspoon full of baking soda.
4.Put any colour in the mixture to produce the colour of lava you want.
5.Put vinegar in the volcano and its eruption time!
Scientists have discovered a animal specie that has a reverse aging process and is said to be immortal. Turritopsis dohrnii – The immortal Jellyfish. It is able to transform its cells from mature state back to immaturity hence it does not dies of aging.
Former Panama dictator Manuel Noriega sues the Santa Monica video game publisher Activision Blizzard Inc. for describing him and using his name without his permission in one of the fastest-selling video games.In a case taken place at Tuesday in Los Angeles County Superior Court, Noriega alleges that “Call of Duty: Black Ops II” portrays him as “a kidnapper, murderer and enemy of the state.” This was done “to heighten realism in its game,” which “translates directly into heightened sales” for Activision, the lawsuit states.
Roopkund is a glacial lake located at an altitude of about 5,029 metres in Uttarakhand, a state in India. Ice at the time of melting reveals a swarm full of skeletons of about 200 people. These skeletons were discovered in 1942, that has puzzled scientists a lot and until now it has remained a great enigma and mystery to the authorities. At first, it was believed that these bones were of Japanese soldiers wandering around in world war 2 but scientific research and evidence shows that the bones have been worned off and are not fresh. In 2004 a research put forward that all of the bodies were dated to about 850 AD. Weapons and other tools were also found indicating that they were pilgrims travelling to the north. Now recent analysis of the skull shows that all men died in the same way from deathblows to their head. These blows were of not weapons but were somewhat round & above. The scientists reached an unexpected conclusion: The hundreds of travelers met their death from an overcoming severe hailstorm.
A black hole is a collapsed star whose gravity is so intense that not even light can escape through it – is a no return point in space. There mass is million times greater than normal stars and are formed when the inward pull gravity of a star increases to such an extent that it outward push of nuclear force stands weaker. Thus, the stars own gravity crushes its crust, forming a black hole.