Colour is such a pervasive part of everything we visually encounter in the world that for many designers, it becomes an intuitive choice. If you think back to school though, you'll recall being told at a young age that there are three primary colours – red, yellow, and blue. We were all taught that any colour can be created by mixing these three colours in varying quantities.
We all know eating "healthy" food is good for our physical health and can decrease our risk of developing diabetes, cancer, obesity and heart disease. What is not as well known is that eating healthy food is also good for our mental health and can decrease our risk of depression and anxiety.
When we think of cavemen and their eating habits, we usually imagine savage hunting and eating raw meat right off the bones. But the research conducted by the Oxford University shows that their diet was not what we assumed.
Psychology is one of the most fascinating and important subjects that we have the privilege to learn about in our lives. Understanding how our minds, feelings and bodies work is essential to having happiness and inner peace in life.
When a species becomes extinct, it's gone for good: the last surviving member has died. Earth is currently experiencing the worst wave of species die-offs -- a mass extinction of plants and animals -- since the dinosaurs 65 million years ago, according to the Center for Biological Diversity.
In each issue of Sport Fishing magazine, a panel of five international expert ichthyologists identifies unusual and often amazing fishes in photos submitted by readers. Find out what they are and learn fascinating facts about them.
When it comes to discovering strange drawings inside caves, it’s always hard to try and determine what people were saying. Studying the way people used to live can be like discovering an alien species in some respects.
1. If you make ice cubes with tap water, they will be white.If you use boiled water, they will be transparent.
2. It takes so little amount of electricity to charge your cellphone overnight. After a quick calculation, it actually costs a whopping DOLLAR.
There are over one hundred species of frogs that we know of with different types of warning colors on their bodies. This phenomenon is called aposematic coloration, but the Cuyaba dwarf frog may have taken it up a notch and managed to outdo the rest.