14th Sep 2020

Signs of Life Detected on Venus.

Using the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope, astronomers have made an incredibly exciting discovery. This could easily be the biggest scientific news of 2020! The biomolecule phosphine (PH3) has been detected in the atmosphere of Venus. Though biochemicals have technically been found on the planet before, this find is special since this chemical is, on rocky planets, created either naturally by microorganisms, or artificially within labs. The presence of phosphine in the atmosphere of the hot...

09th Sep 2020

Prehistoric Gibbon Ancestor Discovered in Pakistan

A new genus and species of primate has been unearthed in Pakistan! The animal, named Kapi ramnagarensis, was found in Ramnagar, a mountainous region within the province of Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan. This particular specimen has been identified from a single molar. Scientists were able to place it within the Miocene period, a time in which gibbons are theorized to have been migrating from the jungles of prehistoric Pakistan to what is now Southeast Asia....

01st Sep 2020

Book Review: Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing

For Money, there is a 90-10 rule. 90% of the population only has 10% of the money, while 10% of the population has 90% of the money. This is because most people don’t fall into eligibility (1m dollar net worth/$200,000 annual income) to make the investments that make rich people rich. The book is about how to get into that top 10%. The rich approach financial gain through procuring businesses and investing. They never stick...

27th Aug 2020

Mystery of the Monuments found in Saudi Arabia

Archaeologists have discovered new instances of ancient stone structures, called “mustatils” (meaning “rectangles” in Arabic), in Al Nafud Al Kabir, a large desert in Northern Saudi Arabia. These findings shed some much needed light on the function of these structures. Mustatils are characteristically rectangular, featuring a very clearly defined perimeter of rocks, which were a common and freely available building material for ancient Arabian peoples. These new discoveries cement the age of these structures as...

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