Death is an experience that we’re all going to have at one point or another. Why not take a few minutes to learn some interesting and some truly bizarre facts about death, dying, and the dead?
Mixing drinks into your social scene is as common of a college ritual as buying used textbooks and microwaving Easy Mac in your dorm, however the consequences of abusing alcohol when you’re out on the scene can be dire. Take a look at the infographic below:
This White House is about the most famous house in the world and a symbol of the American people. Like the nation it represents, the White House is filled with unexpected surprises and a rich history. The infographic below sheds interesting facts about the White House.
In mainstream culture the term “insomnia” is used frequently to describe the inability to fall asleep. If you stay up late at night, bleary-eyed because you can’t go to sleep you typically say you have insomnia. You might call it an “attack of insomnia” or “bout of insomnia,” for an isolated sleepless night, or you […]
Most of the shark attacks in the US happen in the waters of Florida. Find how sharks attack and how sharks don’t attack…
Check this interesting infographic about 10 Levels of Intimacy in Today’s Communication.
ED was created in 1980 by combining offices from several federal agencies. ED’s mission is to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access. Here’s interesting Infographic about School Grants in US.
The Asian longhorned beetle (Anoplophora glabripennis) poses a serious threat to hardwood trees and wood products. The beetle kills New York City trees by boring into trunks and branches and has no known natural predator in the United States. If the beetle becomes established nationwide, it could cause more damage than Dutch elm disease, chestnut […]
Prior to Facebook, people had to use detective work and old fashioned stalker technology to find out what their exes and goofball best friend from third grade was up. Those were hard times. By 2010, Facebook has inundated the earth so thoroughly that you’ll never have to rely on a shady private eye to stalk […]