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What is Amazon Fire TV ?

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Fire TV or Amazon Fire TV is a new media streaming device, ramping up its challenge for the living room against rivals such as Netflix. The Amazon Fire TV device, which fits in ones hand more

What is Chupacabra and Its Existance

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Chupacabra is basically defined as a mythical creature which legend says goats and other cattle but has never been proven to exist. This animal is rumored to inhabit parts of the more

What is Ebola Virus - How to Prevent and Control

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On April 1, 2014, an outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in the West African nation of Guinea has reached the crowded capital, Conakry, prompting new fears about its spread. The WHO says more

What Is The Best Sprinkles Cupcake ATM ?

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Locations of Sprinkles Cupcake ATMs

Sprinkles has created an ATM for people who want to get their sweets fast. Already operating four cupcake ATM's in the U.S.A.(Los Angeles, more

Did You Know Butterflies Taste With Their Feet

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Butterflies (Order: Lepidoptera) are brightly colored flying insects with two pairs of large wings that vary in color and pattern from species to species. Butterfly wings are covered more

Female Black Widow Spiders Eat Their Males After Mating

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It is often said that the male black widow spider is likely to be killed by the female after the coupling, or sometimes even before intercourse has been initiated. This supposed more

Did You Know Honey Never Spoils

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Honey is magic. Besides its delicious taste, it's pretty much the only food that does not spoil while in an edible state. Honey is a sweet food made by bees using nectar from flowers. more

Did You Know Cat Cannot Taste Sweets

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Take 2 mugs of milk, with one mixed with sugar. The cat never shows special attraction to any glass because she doesn't know which has sugar and which is plain. Most mammals more

Which Car Had Been Driven On the Moon

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The American Apollo program 15,16 and 17 that traveled to the moon during 1971 and 1972 carried Roving Vehicles(LRVs) or Moon buggies. The astronauts (on Apollo 15 by astronauts David more

Did You Know Taxis Always Had Meters

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Taxi is the short for taximeter cab. In 1891, the first taximeter was designed. It recorded the distance of a horse-drawn cab. When the taxis having an engine-power were introduced in more

Which animal produces the loudest sound ?

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The blue whale is a marine mammal belonging to the baleen whales. At 30 metres (98 ft) in length and 170 tonnes (190 short tons)or more in weight, it is the largest known animal ever to more

Female Lion Does Most Hunting

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The lion (Panthera leo) is one of the four big cats in the genus Panthera and is the second-largest living cat after the tiger. They are unique among cats in that they live in a group, or more

Hot Water is Heavier Than Cold

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Water is a chemical compound with the chemical formula H2O. A water molecule contains one oxygen and two hydrogen atoms(as by formula) connected by covalent bonds. Water is a liquid at more

Which Animal Has Heart in His Head

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The heart of a shrimp is found in its head. This is because its heart is found in the Cephalothorax. In various arthropods, some of the body parts are fused together and function as one more

Cheetahs Can Not Roar But Only Purr

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Cheetah is not counted as a big cat like Lion. It is still considered by some to be the smallest of the big cats. Just like house cats, they purr most loudly when grooming or sitting near more

Ostrich Eye Is Bigger Than Its Brain

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At 5 cm in diameter, (slightly larger than a golf ball) the ostrich has the largest eye of any land animal. In comparison, the average human eye is about 2.4 cm in diameter. But wait, more

Snail Can Sleep For 3 Years

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Snails depend on staying moist and wet to stay alive. They depend on this moisture because they can otherwise dry up and die. Because many snails live in dry climates, they have developed a more

A Crocodile Can Not Stick Out Its Tongue

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The tongue is a muscular hydrostat on the floors of the mouths of most vertebrates which manipulates food for mastication. It is the primary organ of taste (gustation), as much of the upper more

Turtles have no teeth

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It is very interesting but in it is true that Turtles have no teeth. Instead, they have rigid beaks, and use their jaws to cut and chew food. The upper and lower jaws of the turtle are more

Secrets of flying snakes revealed

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Paradise tree snake or Paradise flying snake or Chrysopelea paradisi is a species of snake found in southeastern Asia such as Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar and the more

Most Selling Pen in World - Bic Pen

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Also known as the Bic Cristal, Bic pen are the inexpensive disposable ballpoint produced and sold by a Société Bic. The pen are hexagonal shaped and yields an economical use of plastic more

Which is Most Accurate Clock

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An Atomic clock is a clock which uses electronic transition frequency in the microwave, optical or ultraviolet region found in electromagnetic spectrum of atoms for its timekeeping element. more

Why is Venus Hotter than Mercury

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Mercury is the closest to the Sun so you might think it’s Mercury. Mercury orbits at a distance of only 58 million kilometers, travelling in a blast-furnace of scorching radiation. Its more

What Temperature Does Fahrenheit Equal Celsius ?

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Fahrenheit (symbol °F) is a temperature scale based on one proposed in 1724 by the physicist Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit (1686–1736), after whom the scale is named. The scale is defined by more

Who Put Three Engines on a Motorbike ?

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Russ Collins put three engines on to his Honda drag racer in the 1970s. Drag bikes need a huge amount of power for maximum acceleration, and some models are even powered by rocket engines. more

Which Supercar Had Six Wheels

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The car desined by Robert Jankel in 1977 was an extravagant six-wheel convertible powered by a mid-mounted 8.2 L  Cadillac V8 engine with twin turbochargers. They named it Panther 6 as more

Which Boats are UnSinkable

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Lifeboats are rescue boats that don't sink even if they capsize (turn upside down). These are small boat carried on the vessel and used in case of emergency. By law, the total capacities of more

Which Boat has Wings

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A hydrofoil has wings known as foils. When a hydrofoil stops, it hull sits in the water. As the hydrofoil speeds up, the hydrofoil elements below the hull(s) develop enough lift to raise more

What were Clippers

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A clipper was a very fast sailing ship of the 19th century. Thw work of building a new ship (the Clipper ship) started in the late 1840's by American shipbuilders. It had some special more

Which Motorcycle Don't Have Brakes

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Speedway race bikes don't have brakes and also have only one gear. These bikes slows to an almost instant halt, as soon as the throttle is released. Speedway motorcycles racing takes place more

What is Stock Car Racing

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Stock car racing is a form of automobile racing organised by the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR). This is mainly found in America, Canada, New Zealand, UK, Mexico, more

Empire State Building Information Trivia

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The Empire State Building stands 102 stories high - 1,250 feet tall, or 1,454 feet tall including the spire. It is located in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, at the intersection of Fifth more

Brooklyn Bridge Information Article

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The Brooklyn Bridge is a bridge in New York City, United Stated of america and is one of the oldest suspension bridges for this country. Until 1903, it was the longest suspension more

American USA Flag Trivia Information

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national flag is a flag that symbolizes a country. Each country people have proud on their Flag. Americans can lose their life for a and Stripes) consisting of thirteen equal horizontal more

National Bird of United States of America

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name it Bald Eagle. Its range includes most of Canada and Alaska, all of the contiguous United States, and northern Mexico. It is also Canada's largest bird of prey. It is found near more

Extreme Points of the United States of America

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The land area of the contiguous United States is 2,959,064 square miles (7,663,941 km2).It is the world's third largest nation by total area (land and water), ranking behind Russia and more

Why Blue Color is Used in Writing

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The answer of why blue color is used in writing have both scientific and human nature sides. Tradition of using royal blue in writing also marks the progress. Human color vision relies on more

Who Founded International Olympic Committee (IOC)

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International Olympic Committee (IOC) organizes the modern Olympic Games and Youth Olympic Games, held in Summer and Winter, every four years. Olympic Committee (IOC)  was founded by more

Which Countries Participated in First Olympic Games

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First Olympic Games were held between April 6 to April 15 in Athens, Greece. Women were not allowed to compete at the 1896 Summer Olympics. As the International Olympic Committee did not more

Why Water Does Not Have Color

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of us wonder why water is clear and doesn't have any color ? The answer is a complex one and it all begins with the make-up water.         Water is more

Why Paper is Generally White

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Most paper comes from trees with a variety of woods. We all know that the basic building block of tree is its The cellulose in trees is held together by a naturally produced adhesive known more

How Many People Died in Titanic Ship Sink

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Star Line, started its maiden voyage , it was believed to be an unsinkable ship but the irony is that it collided with an iceberg during her same maiden voyage from Southampton, UK to New more

Why Dead Sea is So Salty

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Israel's famous SEA is located on the edge of the Judean Desert, a hot barren region at the foot of the Ha'etekim Cliff. It is the lowest and saltiest spot on earth. *How far does one more

Which is the Oldest News Paper Still Printed

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A Newspaper is a regular source of Information containing news of current sports, business and many The German-language Relation aller Furnemmen und gedenckwurdigen Historien, first more

Who is the Youngest President in the World

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The World's youngest president is Mr. Joseph Kabila of Democratic Republic of the Congo. Born on June 4, 1971 in Fizi, he took office the president's office after the assassination of his more

Why is the Ocean Salty

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Not Ocean water but even rain water contains Salts but all water do not taste salty. Ocean water contains a lot of salt that if it spread in earth it would form a layer more than 500 feet. more

Why Do Cats Purr

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A purr is a sound of Cat communication which varies by loudness and tone. There is no perfect reason of why cats purr but some explanation are there. Credit : By Cindy McCravey (originally more

In Which Country Tea was Originated

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is considered to have the earliest records of tea consumption with records dating back to the century BC, although India and Burma are also in the list but nothing is recorded are for them. more

Why is Carbon Monoxide(CO) Poisonous?

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Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas that is slightly lighter than air. Carbon monoxide is absorbed through breathing and enters the blood stream through gas more

What is Earthquake Magnitude Value

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The magnitude of most earthquakes is measured on the Richter scale, invented by Charles F. Richter in 1934. The expression Richter Magnitude Scale refers to a number of ways to assign a more

What is Absolute Zero

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According to the absolute or thermodynamic temperature scale,  Absolute zero is the point where no more heat can be removed from a system and this point is equal to 0 K or -273.15°C or more

What is the Hottest Planet in Our Solar System

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The second planet from the Sun, orbiting it every 224.7 Earth days, Venus is the hottest planet in our solar system. Venus has an extremely dense atmosphere, which consists mainly of carbon more

How much water is there on Earth?

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Water is a vital element made up of two elements hydrogen and Oxygen as H2O (one oxygen and two hydrogen atoms). On our earth around 70.78 percent of it is covered by water. more

Which Movie has Won Most Filmfare Awards Till Date

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Directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, the 2005 made movie grossed around crore (US$4.95 million) making it the eleventh highest grossing Bollywood film of 2005. The film's music is composed by more

Which Actror/Actress has Won Most Oscar Awards Till Date

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It is an Actress and not an actor who received four Academy Awards for Best Actress—a record for any performer. She was Katharine Houghton Hepburn from USA. She spend more than 60 more

Which Movie has Won Most Oscar Awards Till Date

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Its not a single movie but 3 movie has a tie with 11 awards Ben-Hur (1959), (1997) and Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) have a record of 11 wins in Academy Awards. read more

Provide A List of Oscar Winners 2012

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84th Academy Awards ceremony, honored the best films of 2011. Winners are given below in the list. Movies The more

How Many Federated States does USA Have

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United States of America have 50 federated states that share sovereignty with the federal government. Because of this shared sovereignty, an American is a citizen both of the federal entity more

Which is Highest Indian Civilian Award

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Bharat Ratna is the Republic of India's highest civilian award instituted in the year 1954, awarded for the highest degrees of national service. This service includes artistic, literary, more

How Hurricane Form and Their Types

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Hurricanes are violent storms in the air, which is known by different names by the people like typhoons or cyclones but only cyclones that form the Atlantic Ocean or eastern Pacific Ocean more

2012 Australian Open Facts

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The 2012 Australian Open was a tennis tournament that took place in Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Australia. Here are some facts of

  • It was the edition of the Australian Open.
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Which Country has Highest Number of Internet Users in the World

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The Internet is a collection of interconnected computer networks to serve billions of users worldwide. It is a network of networks that consists of millions of private, public, more

Where Do Bullets Go When Fired Into the Air

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                When you fire a gun into the air, it's bullet will go as high as it has force provided by the more

How Smell Works

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Smell is a very rarefied, esoteric experience. According to it is the quality of a thing that is or may be smelled; odor; scent which is caused by one or more volatilized more

Why Moon is Known as Satellite

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In Simple term, when any objectA revolve around the objectB then objectA is known as the satellite of second objectB. Since moon revolve around the earth and it is not created by us ,so it more

Is Sun Like Hydrogen Bomb and How

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energy created by bombs :
There are two process for it. Nuclear fission and nuclear fusion.         Nuclear fission is the splitting of an atom's more

What is the Difference Between Rocket and Missle

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Missiles and rockets are the same but with only a difference. A powered but unguided Russian Topol M (SS-27 Sickle B) is the fastest (7,320 m/sec) missile currently in service
A more

Why Do Star Twinkle

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Stars twinkle because we see them from the bottom of the atmosphere. The small bundles of air in out atmosphere act like little lenses, bending light as it passes through them. When light more

Which Is Brightest Star of Universe

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Sirius is the star in the night sky. At a distance of 8.6 light years,  the Sirius system is one of Earth's near neighbors. The Sirius system contains two of the eight nearest more

Why Japan is Known as The Land of Rising Sun

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The Japanese names for Japan are Nippon and Nihon. Both and literally mean the sun's origin, that is, where the sun originates and are often translated as the kei)computer is the world's fastest supercomputer built by produced by Fujitsu at the RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science campus more

Who is the Worlds Sexiest Woman in 2011

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In FHM's World's Sexiest Woman 2011 poll, Rosie Alice Huntington-Whiteley has been ranked #1. She is a British model and actress, best known for modelling for Victoria''s Secret and more

Which was the First Smartphone ?

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A basic phone is a smartphone if it has some extra features like the ability to send and receive e-mails, creating and editing office documents and the things that you found on a more

What is the History of Bikini

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Invention of Bikini

The base work for the modern bikini began in when Australian swimmer Annette Kellerman was arrested wearing a one-piece swimsuit. In 1913, inspired by the more

The Science Behind Love

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What are the stages of Love ?

Helen Fisher of Rutgers University in the States has proposed 3 stages of love – lust, attraction and attachment. Each stage might be driven by more

What are AVN Awards ?

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Which is the first porn movie ?

Le Coucher de la Mariée of france has the credit of being the first pornographic films. It was made in 1896 by Eugène Pirou(French filmmaker). more

History of Beauty Pageant and Beauty Competition

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Who don't likes a beautiful lady. A person watches them everyday and then he decided to select the most beautiful lady in the whole earth. As far as we know the the process of more

3G or 3rd Generation Mobile Telecommunications

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Third Generation or 3G is a generic term used for the next generation of mobile communication systems. The 3G network gives you the power of higher speeds to enjoy multimedia services , more

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