According to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the average Greek worker toils away for 2,017 hours per year, the highest in Europe. Hungary and Poland are next. [Read more…]
After watching the film “Up” many people wondered how many ballons would it take to lift a house or how many balloons did Carl tie so that lift his house and travel to South America?
There have been several literary descriptions from The Talmud to Tolstoy of men breast-feeding. But can it be true?
It seems that Silvio Berlusconi does not like Finnish Cuisine, as in 2005 he joked that Finns ate “marinated reindeer”. [Read more…]
Did you know that “The Starry Night” (1889) by Vincent Van Gogh is among the most popular paintings in the world? Van Gogh created it while he was in the asylum of Saint Remy. [Read more…]
Due to the 2005 estimation that the Amazon Rain forest would be reduced by 40% in two decades, the global authorities were alarmed. [Read more…]
Did you know that CERN was the first to create a website back in 1991, as well as made the WWW technology available on a royalty-free basis in 1993? [Read more…]
William Patrick “Willy” Stuart-Houston was the nephew of Adolf Hitler, son of Alois Hitler, Jr., and his first wife, Bridget Dowling. [Read more…]
Unlike the question of chicken and egg we know the answer to the similar question of orange the fruit and orange the colour. [Read more…]
Luckily, scientific and medical development have led to the decreasing or even disappearance of several diseases. [Read more…]