Monday, 5 December 2016

What is Lightning? How does it Form? And what if it Strikes You?


If there is one thing i'm sure of is that you don't turn into flash when struck by lightning and you wouldn't be turning spiderman when a spider bits you. ( this one's from experience )


Lightning are just Static shocks of electricity, the exact same ones you experience when you sometimes take off your jumper. The only difference is that the

Monday, 28 November 2016

Why do we Fart? And does it Always Smell?

If it makes you any comfortable then you should know that the horrible sin of farting is practiced by the queen of England and president of USA on regular basis.
Sorry for the harsh approach but to be honest farting is just like any other bodily function.

Monday, 21 November 2016

Differences Between Astrology, Astronomy, Cosmology and Astrophysics Explained


When it comes to describing each of these subjects accurately even the bests of us finds themselves lost. These subjects share a lot of similarities thus creating a lot of confusion.
So here is a clear description of them all:

Saturday, 12 November 2016

The Journey From Solar System To The Universe

  Solar system, galaxies, clusters and universe, although these terms are familiar to us but there are times when we get somewhat confused which is the subset of the other or which is the most appropriate term to use in some context. So here is a brief expiation of each of these:

Solar system
Solar system


 First off there is one and only Solar system which is defined as a system in which celestial objects such as planets, dwarf planets, satellites and asteroids,

Wednesday, 28 September 2016

What are Clouds actually made of, Why are they White and how does it Rain?

If you’re like an average person you might say the clouds are the result of evaporation of water from the surface but that’s the most simplest  explanation possible and lets face it that's almost the same explanation that a 3rd grader  can produce.

Friday, 16 September 2016

Why Do Bees Buzz?

Bees buzzing

How Buzzing is produced

Really you must have wondered sometimes why in the world do these bees buzz at how they make that sound.
The buzzing sound is mainly caused by the rapid flapping of the wing. A honey bee has two pairs of wings that can beat 250 times/second.