Most sponge that we use today are synthetic, but in the old days sponge was collected from the sea bed. Some of the finest-quality sea sponge, a jelly-like marine creature with a body full of pores, can be found in the warm waters of southeastern Mediterranean. Continue reading →
In the years after World War II, Albert Einstein took up the mantle of confronting racism in America. He became a good friend and comrade of the prominent opera singer Paul Robeson, co-chaired an anti-lynching campaign, and was an outspoken supporter of W.E.B. Du Bois. Continue reading →
Maps are one of those things you can lose yourself in for hours. Since their humble origins as scribbles in the sand thousands of millennia ago, maps have been useful companions during the development of human culture and society. Now, in an age of seemingly endless information, maps are more abundant, advanced and fascinating than ever before. Continue reading →
Most people think brushing their teeth and chewing gum are the only two ways to avoid bad breath, but there are a few more ways to avoid the plague that is bad breath.
- Brush your teeth properly
- Use a soft bristled brush and replace it every 3-4 months
- Brush right before you eat and 1 hour afterwards
- Brush your tongue Continue reading →