How high can we build?

What is the potential maximum height that a man-made building or structure can reach?

Clothing in Turkey

Women’s clothing varies from country to country in the Muslim world. Let’s take a look at the...

Renewable sources of energy

Who wouldn’t be familiar with solar-powered calculators or windmills? Let’s have a look at the...

The Hagia Sophia

Now a museum, it used to be one of the most famous places of worship in the world, first for...

Intercontinental urban traffic

Transport planning that involves two distinct parts of a major city is no mean feat. Especially...

Sink or swim

This experiment shows if a piece of paper floats or sinks in different type of liquids.

Inside a Bag of Potato Crisps

Let's find out what is inside a bag of potato crisps!

Judo

The Judo is a type of Japanese martial art, which is characterised by throws, leg techniques and...

The king, the wise man and the chessboard

Chess is without a doubt one of the oldest and most popular games. There are a number of...

The Berlin Olympics

The 1936 Summer Olympics were held in Berlin, the capital of Germany.

Disaster tourism

Disaster tourism is the act of traveling to a disaster area as a matter of curiosity.

The Eagle’s Nest

The landscape is quite picturesque. Mountains and lakes as far as the eye can see. Location: The...

Turbine powered by heat

A simple experiment which shows the power of heat.

Coke dispenser

Witness the power of coke and chewy dragees.

Magnetic glass

Watch how the glass acts like a true magnet.

Balancing utensils table trick

With this little balance trick, you can amaze your friends using a toothpick, a spoon, a fork...

Ivy

A popular decorative plant grown to cover porches and climb up walls of buildings.

Fruit-power battery

Watch how a few lemons can produce electricity.

Anti-gravity water

This experiment shows how a handkerchief can hold a glass of water.

Emperor Nero fiddled while Rome burned

Did Nero set fire to Rome on purpose? True or false?

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