Nevada’s Fly Geyser | A Man Made Wounder

Fly Geyser

The Fly Geyser is a small geothermal geyser located in Washoe County, Nevada, about 20 miles (32 km) north of Gerlach. Fly Geyser is located near the edge of Fly Reservoir in the Hualapai Geothermal Flats and is approximately 5 feet (1.5 m) high by 12 feet (3.7 m) wide, counting the mound on which … Read more

The Rise and Fall of Gunpowder Empires : The Ottoman Empire, Safavid Dynasty and Mughal Empire

Gunpower Empires

The 16th to 18th Centuries witnessed the rise and fall of powerful empires across the globe. The Ottoman Empire in Turkey, Safavid Dynasty in Persia (present day Iran) and the Mughal Empire in India were the paramount authorities over controlling over West and South Asia. They exercised supreme authority and had world class military arsenal.  … Read more

How do Lobsters Communicate? | A Bizarre Fact That Will Blow Your Mind

Drawing a Parallel Human beings, among other vertebrates, are known to be gifted with the art of communicating with one another, be it verbal, written or nonverbal cues. This particular trait of ours makes us superior, as compared to the rest of the animal kingdom. However, Scientists and Researchers have stumbled across a new and … Read more

Claymore Sword | All You Need To Know

Claymore Sword

Claymore Sword Specifications Type Of Weapon : SwordCountry Of Origin : ScotlandName Meaning : Great SwordBlade Length : ~3.5 feetBlade Width : ~2 inchV-Guard Width : ~12.5 inch Grip Length : ~1.5 feetFull Length : 4-5 feetWeight : 2-3 KgsBlade Type : Double EdgedUsed Between : 15th to the 17th centuries General Info The Claymore … Read more

Tepoztopilli | Aztec Spear Made From Obsidian

Objective Of War One of the major objectives during war was to capture their enemies alive so that they could be sacrificed in religious ceremonies. For every captive a warrior would rise in rank and gain prestige within their society eventually becoming an elite Eagle or Jaguar warrior. Therefore weapons used by the Aztec warriors … Read more

Why Did Prometheus Steal Fire?

Short Answer Prometheus steals fire to give it back to humans after Zeus took fire away from man. According to the greek mythology Zeus decreed that for every sacrifice that man made to the gods, the sacrifice should be split into two portions one for man and one for god. Here Prometheus decided to trick … Read more