The Physics of How Bikes Stay Upright

We still don’t really know how bicycles work… The first bicycles were invented, not through any kind of scientific procedure, but by dumb old trial and error. Even modern bike design schools admit that it’s not engineering or computer knowledge that make a good bike designer, but instead “intuition and experience.” In fact, top bike researchers admit that, […]

 
 
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The New Age: Technological Devices for the Modern Home

If you want to sell your home in 2015, you will need to do more than simply list it on the market. While reports of a sellers’ market may make your think otherwise, you cannot rely on a lack of housing supply indefinitely to help you execute a quick and profitable sale. As prices continue to rise, we will see a higher volume of houses enter the market and the competition to meet this demand will rise considerably. So even if you have agreed a quick house sale with Openpropertygroup.com or a similar provider, it is still crucial that you create a functional and appealing abode.

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Beauty of Lavender Fields

There are few things as beautiful and scenic (and as fragrant) as a field full of lavender in full bloom. Even when they’re being harvested, the organized rows of flowers and the farmers’ methodical work strike a beautiful contrast.

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This Crazy Tree Grows 40 Kinds of Fruit

Sam Van Aken, an artist and professor at Syracuse University, uses “chip grafting” to create trees that each bear 40 different varieties of stone fruits, or fruits with pits.

 
 
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