(22 August 2014) The anthem without a title was the untitled national anthem of the Netherlands Antilles. The anthem was written in English by Zahira Hiliman from Sint Maarten and translated into the native Papiamento... Read More

(21 August 2014) Two US-American scientists proposed a theory that in the morning, people act more ethical and that this attitude declines during the day. In the context of their study, the psychologists Maryam Koucha... Read More

(20 August 2014) Life as a three-toed animal is quite dangerous. The only way sloths can protect from predators is its habitat - high up in the trees. At the bottom sluths have no chance against its enemies precisely ... Read More

(19 August 2014) In order to protect people from infections, the water in public swimming pools has to be clean so that is assured the bather's health won't be harmed. To conform to this prescription, the wate... Read More

(18 August 2014) In order to escape the danger of seeing the devil in a YouTube video, the Christian media company Salem Web Network created in 2007 the website GodTube.com. This platform has a wide selection of video... Read More

(17 August 2014) Carlos Ray "Chuck" Norris, born March 10, 1940, is an American martial artist and actor. After serving in the United States Air Force, he began his rise to fame as a martial artist, and has since foun... Read More

(16 August 2014) In the current FIFA world ranking, the national team of Norway is number 53, Brazil is number 7. Since the launch of the FIFA world ranking list in 1993, Brazil has been on top 12 times, its average p... Read More

(15 August 2014) Almost everybody has tried limbo dancing at least once. When you do the Limbo you try to dance underneath a very low bar with your bowed back in order to reach the other side without actually touching... Read More

(14 August 2014) If you have a special "accident" with your vacuum cleaner, doctors will call those resulting injuries Morbus Kobold. The reason for this is one of the first vacuum cleaners "Kobold", made by the brand... Read More

(13 August 2014) The first Google Doodle, released on August 30, 1998, was in honor of the Burning Man Festival of 1998. The doodle was designed by Larry Page and Sergey Brin to notify users of their absence in case t... Read More