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Yoghurt: History Of A Super Food

10th March 2011
Yoghurt is possibly one of the most loved super foods available on the market today. Many people around the world, however aren't keen on it because of its natural taste that does not appeal to them. The good news is that there are many varieties of yoghu... Read >
Author: Carl Fraser

2 Inch Curling Iron - Best Option for Large Curls and Waves

09th February 2011
Celebrities all over the world are sporting natural, loose and wavy hair styles, thanks to the 2 Inch Curling Iron by Hot Tools you too, are able to duplicate the look in the comfort of your own home. Curling irons have come along way since the first o... Read >
Author: beautystop

Toothbrush Evolution of the Toothbrush

16th November 2010
People are commonly brushing their teeth everyday to help maintain stronger teeth and to keep away from certain dental problems. Although almost everyone does brush their teeth, some still get dental problems. Others are due to irregular brushing of their... Read >
Author: Gancho Shefa

Who Discovered the Quadratic Formula

30th April 2010
The Quadratic formula was used for several thousand years. The quadratic equation had also changed on occasions. The quadratic formula is: x1,2=(-b/2a) ± (1/2a)(b2-4ac)1/2 Around 2000 years back, the Chinese, Egyptians and Babylonians were already... Read >
Author: Tauqeer Ul Hassan

History of Baking

31st August 2009
Baking has been many cultures' favorite technique for creating snacks, desserts, and accompaniments to meals for many years. Now, it is very well-known as the method for creating sweets and all sorts of wondrous mouthwatering pastries. In ancient hist... Read >
Author: Timbo

Cubits, Old Measuring Units

10th March 2009
The cubit is one of the oldest units of measure, employed as early as the Egyptian and Sumerian civilizations. Derived from the Latin word cubitus, this measure pertains to the lower arm, or to be more precise, the distance between the elbow and the tip o... Read >
Author: ajcones

Mayan engineers constructed pyramids and elevated walkways from stone.

26th November 2008
They crafted immense pyramids, some of which were two hundred feet high, from stone, earth, and rubble. Mayan engineers constructed causeways and elevated walkways from stone. One of the wild jungle, without the benefit of motorized construction vehicles.... Read >
Author: sulamita

Traditional Incense sticks & Agarbatti products

25th November 2008
Incense & Agarbatti - rejuvenating and purifying the environment. Incense spells fragrance and fragrance not only soothes but rejuvenates as well. Since time immemorial, incense has played a vital role in many religious ceremonies and spiritual rit... Read >
Author: jatinder
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