Echinacea, also known as coneflower, is one of the most vibrant and beautiful flowers that bloom late in summer. Echinacea is also known for its medicinal properties and can be used to treat a variety of skin conditions. Here is how you can grow Echinacea at home.
Powdered milk is kind of a weird concept when you think about it. Some people love it, and some hate it. Some might have never tried it before. The idea is actually pretty simple – the milk is dehydrated to the point where most of the moisture is gone and all you’ve got left is this white powder. This way the milk can be stored for much longer and it’s a perfect solution for those people who can’t get through a carton of milk before it goes bad.
We turn to the stars to build healthy relationships and find the most suitable jobs for us, but what about choosing a pet?
If you love unusual accessories and truly out there jewellery you might like these mouth brooches by Katy Gotye.
This coronavirus we’ve come to know as Covid-19 is causing a lot of panic and trouble across the globe. Whether you want to wear a facemask or you think there’s no point in wearing one, we hope you find some joy in Max Siedetopf’s humorous photos on how to survive a deadly global virus. Max Siedentopf is a fellow millennial that has found humor in a dark situation and honestly we should all strive for that too.
When it comes to finding a partner we all have a number of boxes we’d want that person to tick. And as much as we want to think that we don’t have a type and just like people for who they are, studies show that there are certain things that are hardwired into us without us even realising.
Some cats are graceful, some are silly, some are feisty and others are majestic. But you know what’s the best thing about cats? That time they get their tongue stuck ever so slightly because they got distracted mid-lick. Most cats and even dogs look absolutely adorable when they have a portion of their tongue hanging out but it looks like we’ve found the true king of blep and his name is Ikiru.
Philip Hodas, a Prague-based 3D artist, decided it was time to mix two of his biggest passions and up his skills a bit while he’s at it.
Why do some animals adopt the looks of others? There are many reasons for that starting with thermoregulation or camouflage and ending with impressing a future partner or scaring off a potential rival. Some creatures develop colours and patterns similar to those of venomous species. Other critters mimic others’ looks for no apparent reason, which only adds up to the many mysteries of Mother Nature.
Digital artist Gedo decided to draw his favourite pop-culture characters as religious figures but add specific elements to the drawings as references. Take a look at what that looks like below.
There’s still so much we don’t know about our planet and so much of it to still be explored, we should cherish that while we still can.
From the intricate city architecture of the Indus Valley civilization to the sophisticated pyramids of the South-American Caral civilization, here are 5 most advanced ancient civilizations in the world.