Miscellaneous Archive

Transparent Bubble Tent Lets You Sleep Underneath The Stars

There are a lot of people that believe that nothing can be better than Finland’s glass igloo hotel; now, it is time for you to know about this unique and beautiful tent, which can make you sleep under the stars. This transparent and inflatable bubble tent has been created by The Wizards at Hollyweb. If

Some Facts About Depression That You Should Know

1) According to the researchers of New York University, depression has the capacity to destruct the nerve cells that exist in front of the cerebral cortex; this cortex allows you to be optimistic in life. When you restore them, you overcome depression. 2) By the year 2030, depression may be the highest reason behind disability, after

Your Entire Life is on Internet

Have you ever wondered about how your entire life is on internet? Don’t read this text before watching the video or it would spoil the fun. This is a very intelligent video campaign, which proves how risky it is for you to display your entire life on social media or internet. People are invited to

A bridge that rises 77 meters to allow passage of ships in France

You may have heard of a lot of bridges, but this one is surely different than the others around the globe. Pont Jacques Chaban-Delmas is a bridge in Bordeaux, France. It is a vertical-lift bridge and was inaugurated in the month of March, 2013. The inauguration was done by Alain Juppe, the mayor of Bordeaux

Smoking Bells in Japan

Do you like it when your mother accuses you of smoking because your clothes stink, despite you not smoking anything at all? This generally happens when you walk behind a smoker or have a friend who constantly smokes. There are a lot of things that annoy you when you return from the bar or a

It Is Illegal To Sell Or Own Chewing Gum In Singapore

It was Lee Kuan Yew, who had put a ban on chewing gums in Singapore. He was known as the man, who transformed the small port of Singapore into a huge trading hub in a few years. He died at the age of 91. When he was alive, his prime motive was to concentrate on