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  • war of currents The War Of Currents Is Not Over Yet! - You can date back the beginning of the war of currents to around late 1880s. This was when Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla turned their superior-subordinate relationship into an infamous and publicised war. Tesla, a Serbian engineer immigrated to America and worked under Edison for about 2 years before quitting Continue Reading...
  • super blue blood moon Heard About The Super Blue Blood Moon? - It’s not just any special lunar event but one whose occurrence is highly unlikely for the next century. The Super Blue Blood Moon will appear on the night of January 31. It is a special event where the Supermoon, Blue Moon, and Red or Blood Moon Are occurring on the Continue Reading...
  • mini vacuum cleaner tutorial How To Make A Mini Vacuum Cleaner - Cleaning your work desk is always a task. With files, papers, stationery and your computer, it’s hard to get the dust off of it easily.  It requires you to move things around while dusting between small gaps and spaces. If only you had a small gadget that would easily suck Continue Reading...
  • activity based learning How To Overcome The Learning Hurdles Kids Face - We live in an age where if we map the progress, inventions and innovations even for the past 10 years we can see remarkable levels of achievement humankind has made. The little or negligible innovation or development in the education sector is alarming. We have been using the same methods Continue Reading...
  • light up greeting cards Learn How To Make Light Up Greeting Cards At Home - Unlike adults, kids love making handmade greeting cards for friends and family. They love putting in the effort of making one and bringing their creative thoughts to life. How about helping them add some cool elements that will definitely blow their minds? These super cool Light Up Greeting Cards are Continue Reading...
  • centre of gravity Family Party Games With A Lesson In Physics - Looking for some cool ideas for family parties this holiday season? The usual dumb charades and antakshari can take a seat for a while. Instead, go for these creative challenges that will not only keep your friends and family intrigued but allow you to give them a lesson in physics. Continue Reading...
  • how to make an electroscope How To Make An Electroscope At Home - Before you learn how to make one, let’s catch a glimpse of what an electroscope is and does. An electroscope is an early scientific instrument that can be used to detect the presence and magnitude of charge on an object. The first electroscope was invented and built in 1600 by Continue Reading...
  • immortal organisms The Possible Immortals Of The Real World | Fascinating Insights - Most living organisms exhibit an increased rate of mortality with age. That is the biological ageing or senescence of organisms increase their rate of mortality. While in the case of a biologically immortal organism there is either a decrease or a nill effect on their rate of mortality. However, they Continue Reading...
  • scraplabs event An Out Of The Box Inter School Event | Fix-A-Thon 2.0 - Kids often participate in competitions that test their skills, talents and capabilities. But how often do you see a competition that tests a child’s potential? The Scraplabs Fix-A-Thon is a unique event that is doing exactly that through its creatively and credibly designed activities.  The Purpose And Aim Of The Continue Reading...
  • scraplabs challenger The Mysterious Bermuda Triangle | Scraplabs December Challenger - The Bermuda Triangle is a well-known term around the world thanks to the numerous mysteries surrounding the tragic events occurred over the years. The so-called ‘devil’s triangle’ lies between Florida, Puerto Rico and Bermuda on the Atlantic Ocean. While there are several claims and theories regarding the disappearance of dozens Continue Reading...