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Early computers were mechanical machines built using gears and levers. These parts or components could be moved with precision and were connected to other components in a way that simulated the relationship between different variables in a mathematical equation. By moving a gear or pulling a lever, one can change these variables and the results of these actions can be viewed in another set of gea Read More »
Perched on rooftops across Cairo, like water tanks on elevated platforms, are rickety wooden cages where Cairenes keep their pigeons. Pigeon keeping is a tradition that is older than Ancient Egypt. For thousands of years Egyptians have reared pigeons both for sport and for food. References to pigeon husbandry can be found in hieroglyphics and Mesopotamian cuneiform tablets from more than 5,000 y Read More »
Many Roman villas, private residences, as well as public buildings, were lavishly decorated with mosaic floors. Mosaics served as a symbol of wealth and status, and many powerful and wealthy Romans commissioned them to impress their guests, choosing themes that reflected their status. Some depicted scenes from everyday life, such as athletics playing and ladies bathing. Others were full of drama Read More »
In Hawaii, it is easier to dump your old car by the side of the road than have it legally disposed—an attitude that’s causing big headaches for the authorities. Every year, the state spends hundreds of thousands of tax payer’s money to tow away abandoned vehicles and there are still an overwhelming number of them rotting in the fields and among the trees. Hawaii is full of transplants who are con Read More »
This man, wearing a pair of strange goggles is not trying to make a fashion statement. He is just getting ready for a trek across the frozen tundra. The Inuit, Yupik, and other Arctic peoples have been making and wearing such extremely primitive but nonetheless effective pieces of eye protection for thousands of years. These snow goggles are fashioned out of whatever material the remote Arctic Read More »
In the days before the printing press, book-making was a very laborious process. Each and every book had to made by hand, starting with the preparation of parchment, to the writing, the illumination and finally to the binding. Often a number of scribes, usually monks, worked together in a manuscript carefully forming letters in beautiful calligraphy with ink-tipped feathers, accompanied by rich i Read More »
After Inshallah was shelved a couple of months ago, the fans were eagerly waiting for the announcement of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s next project. The filmmaker, then, revealed he is making Gangubai Kathiawadi with Alia Bhatt as the lead actress. With that being said, the prep for the film has begun and Alia Bhatt has even started diction lessons. Recently, Alia Bhatt revealed that she will start s Read More »
Filmmaker, Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri who recently announced his most ambitious project till date- The Kashmir Files gets Anupam Kher on board as a part of the lead cast. Kashmir Files is the story of the biggest genocide in India’s history- ethnic cleansing of Kashmiri Pandits, which has been unreported or under reported. On casting Anupam Kher, Vivek said, "When I started researching, meeting, and Read More »
Ajay Devgn will be seen playing the role of a Marathi warrior, Tanhaji Malusare, in his 100th film Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior. The actor will be seen portraying the role of the warrior and will be reuniting with his wife on-screen along with Saif Ali Khan after Omkara. Since the film’s basic plot is based on a Maratha warrior, the director Om Raut and Ajay Devgn felt that it was necessary to rel Read More »
Friday Report: Disney’s Frozen II is pacing for a Thanksgiving weekend record as it took in $23.78 million on Wednesday and $14.718 million on Thursday, bringing the total cume to $202.3 million domestically after seven days. Based on its current trajectory, the blockbuster sequel remains on track to meet our forecasts of beating Catching Fire‘s holiday record six years ago. We’ Read More »
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