Nowadays, it seems like pretty much everyone and their mom says they like to travel. And I don’t blame them. Travelling is easily one of the most rewarding and gratifying activities to undertake, whether it be within the limits of your home country or a grand adventure in a foreign world. There’s always talk of getting the “travel bug,” meaning you once you start, it can be difficult to want to quit.
Most people are fluent in sarcasm. It’s an easy-to-use tool that let’s people know that not only are you already entirely aware of what’s going on, but you see the humor in it. Some like to debase sarcasm as the lowest form of wit, but I’m pretty sure those people are the ones who get made fun of by sarcastic people because they have no idea what’s going on.
The ponderings of a man who embodied genius and wisdom Albert Einstein is a name you’ve almost most certainly heard of if you’re alive today, and will likely be a household name for millennia to come. He is perhaps the most famous scientist of all time, demonstrating profound wisdom and a capacity for intellect that has yet to be seen today.
Finally, some solid evidence that having to be at work in the wee hours of the morning is one of the worst things in the world and not at all what nature intended for us. Paul Kelley, honorary clinical research fellow at Oxford University’s Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute, told folks at the British Science Festival that the workday should officially start at 10 a.m..
Smoking cigarettes can be one of the hardest habits you’ll ever have to force yourself to get rid of. I myself used to smoke off and on while I was in college. Mainly because my roommate (and best friend) smoked often and I simply wanted to hang out with him; every time he’d go outside to burn one, I’d tag along for the conversation.
This may come as a surprise or it may not, but according to a 2011 study from researchers at the University of New Mexico, funny people seem to be a bit smarter than your average person.
1. Radio Waves Radio waves are one type of electromagnetic wave, ranging from about one foot long to several miles long. This type of electromagnetic frequency is used to transmit data and are used for satellites, computer networks and radio.
Psychopaths, sociopaths, and narcissists look just like everyone else — andthe odds are alarmingly high that you (or someone you know) has encountered one of these cunning social predators. This short quiz has helped thousands of people recognize there are psychopaths lurking on the edges of their lives.