The Man Who Saved The World

Cold War was an intense part of modern history. Lasting almost 50 years, this cold brew changed the world and geopolitical currents. Numerous “proxy” wars that came as a result…

How Hypnosis Works

We usually associate hypnosis with a zombie-like state, in which the person is highly susceptible to the will of the hypnotizer. In reality that is actually not the case. The…

The Man Who Sold The Eiffel Tower Twice

Victor Lustig, was born in 1890, in Austria-Hungary – present day Czech Republic. He was an exceptionally smart kid and a fast learner, but with a trouble-causing attitude. After finishing…

Blockchain For Dummies

Blockchain technology is a burning subject in the world of IT lately. The Tech community is all over it and the demand for blockchain developers is getting bigger by the…

China’s Social Credit System

Life in modern times is becoming an Orwellian dystopian scenario. Mass surveillance is already a thing. As technology and data science develop, it’s very likely that surveillance will get on…

How To Seize The Means Of Productivity

So much to do so little time. Considering the world gets busier by the day, productivity and efficiency have become an essence of success. Some people accomplish very difficult things…

How Trees Communicate With Each Other

The idea of talking trees exists for a long, long time. Although in reality trees cannot communicate with us, they talk to each other pretty much all the time. How do they…

52 beers in one flight

David Boon is a former Australian cricketer, born in Tasmania 1960. He scored more than 7 000 runs at Test level (highest level of playing cricket) and made more than…

How did Singapore fix its problem with trash? – Semakau landfill

 South of the main Singapore island resides Pulau Semakau, an island known for barramundi fish farming, rich in marine and terrestrial flora and fauna. You can enjoy a walk…

What does it mean to be a good leader?

photo by John-Paul Henry Samuel Pierpont Langley was an American physicist, astronomer, inventor and aviation pioneer. He made an unpiloted aircraft in 1896 which had two successful flights of 700 m…