Like the human lungs, fish gills filter dissolved oxygen for use in the body while releasing carbon dioxide. Oxygen available to fish in the water is dissolved from the atmosphere. Fish do not break down the water molecules that breathe them. Since water is a solvent, it can dissolve other substances, especially gases. The moving … Read moreFish need oxygen to survive
1. Joker is based on the B/W film star Conrad Veidt The comic book trio Batman Bob Kane, Bill Finger and Jerry Robinson are all credited with creating The Joker, but it was Finger who brought an important element into the game: German screen actor Conrad Veidt. When he produced a pale, deformed picture of … Read moreFacts You May Not Have Known about The Joker
While many will answer, “Not at all; it’s just a bridge, “the more curious might ponder how it should be built or how people used to go from one side to the other before that. None of us will go, “That’s beautiful; how do you steal it? “like stealing a bridge sounds like something that … Read moreWhat do you think about when you see a bridge?
One of the following situations can occur while in a bear country. This suggested behavior is generally recommended, but, of course, there is no guarantee that you will avoid accidents. The most important thing to remember when finding a calm bear, gives the bear a chance to know that you are not hostile. Do not … Read moreTips for Surviving a Bear Encounter
“Take the blue pill and the story ends,” Morpheus tells Neo. “Take the red pill and you stay in Wonderland and I’ll show you how deep the rabbit hole goes.” An influence on the blue and red pills of The Matrix could have been Douglas R. Hofstadter’s 1979 book, Gödel, Escher, Bach: An eternal golden … Read moreThe Matrix – The blue pill and the red pill
It is the Week of the Sharks throughout the year at Ocearch, an organization dedicated to providing data on marine life to scientists. He has tagged 416 animals, including whales, turtles, seals and dolphins. But the star of this story are the sharks. You can see the trip of animals tagged in semi-real time while … Read moreNow you can track movements of sharks
There are various people who ride the city at a time that is definitely unique. But in principle, no one lives there anymore. The city is only more than 10 km away from the reactor and the residents cycle out every day. There are some people who are “unofficial” living there, but they certainly don’t … Read moreWhat do you know about Chernobyl?
It is not historically accurate, however it’s for the most part based on real-life events. The Chernobly series contains some true facts about insignificant things and mostly distortion, misinformation or even outright lies about significant ones. It is so carefully tailored to make the hole country, it’s people, authorities and decision makers look bad and … Read moreHow historically accurate is HBO’s Chernobyl
When a nursing home doctor heard that the resident Oscar could sense when a patient was about to die, he was sceptical. But a series of spooky events convinced him the cat might really have special powers. When Oscar was about six months old the staff noticed that he would curl up to sleep with … Read moreOscar, the Cat that Predicts Death
One man voluntarily subjected himself to the most painful insect stings and ranked them. The Schmidt sting pain index is the work of Justin Schmidt, a US entomologist based in Arizona. Schmidt used a ranking system of 0-4, with 0 being ineffectual, 2 being on par with a regular bee or wasp sting, and 4 … Read moreThe Schmidt sting pain index