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14 Amazing Facts about Water

Posted Date :   02 August 2017 10:57:29 AM  
  • 1.Toilets use 35% of indoor water use
     
  • 2.The average human brain contains around 78% water
     
  • 3.Sponges hold more cold water than hot
     
  • 4.Giraffes and rats can last longer without water than camels
     
  • 5.When water freezes it expans by 9%
     
  • 6.The WD in WD-40 stands for Water Displacer
     
  • 7.A giraffe can go longer without water than a camel
     
  • 8.An iguana can stay under water for 28 minutes
     
  • 9.The Atlantic Ocean is saltier than the Pacific
     
  • 10.You begin to feel thirsty when your body losses 1% of water
     
  • 11.Sound travels 4.3 times faster through water than in air
     
  • 12.Niagara Falls could fill 4,000 bathtubs every second
     
  • 13.A banana contains 75% water
     
  • 14.Rain contains vitamin B12
     

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Posted Date :   02 August 2017 10:49:09 AM  
  • Rats breed so quickly that in just 18 months, 2 rats could have created over 1 million relatives.

  • The blue whale can produce the loudest sound of any animal. At 188 decibels, the noise can be detected over 800 kilometres away.

  • Horses and cows sleep while standing up.

  • Giant Arctic jellyfish have tentacles that can reach over 36 metres in length.

  • Locusts have leg muscles that are about 1000 times more powerful than an equal weight of human muscle.

  • Hummingbirds are so agile and have such good control that they can fly backwards.

  • Instead of bones, sharks have a skeleton made from cartilage.

  • Insects such as bees, mosquitoes and cicadas make noise by rapidly moving their wings.

  • The horn of a rhinoceros is made from compacted hair rather than bone or another substance.

  • Sharks lay the biggest eggs in the world.

  • Even when a snake has its eyes closed, it can still see through its eyelids.

  • Unlike humans, sheep have four stomachs, each one helps them digest the food they eat.

  • Despite the white, fluffy appearance of Polar Bears fur (which is transparent), it actually has black skin.

  • As well as being a famous Looney Tunes character, the Tasmanian Devil is a real animal that is only found in the wild in Tasmania, Australia. It is the largest carnivorous marsupial in the world.

  • The average housefly only lives for 2 or 3 weeks.

  • Mosquitoes can be annoying insects but did you know that it's only the female mosquito that actually bites humans.

  • Cats use their whiskers to check whether a space is too small for them to fit through or not.


How to Use Any Smartphone as a webcam

Posted Date :   02 August 2017 10:45:32 AM  

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Many would doubt the concept as of why one would prefer using his phone as a webcam? Well, there are a bunch of reasons to push this idea:

  1. Is the old phone having no front cam? You could use the rear camera for video calling instead of buying one.
  2. A good chance that it can stand for a pretty good “Security camera”, monitoring your babies or other watch hours, without buying expensive standalone cameras!

Oh yes, it is a matter of concern that you would buy a new camera for the purpose but still if you want to save those few dollars/rupees, you can stick to this idea. Don’t sell that old one in your pocket, it can still serve you well. Now the question arise on How-to-do stuff? Isn’t it? Well, there are certain right apps that would provide you with a satisfying interface and make worth it.

 

How to Use an Android Smartphone as a webcam?

Play store, as well as private developers, provide a number of apps for this purpose. But beware of those fake tagline, you could be fooled and end up in wasting worthy data or leak of some personal information.Out of the most tested, IP Webcam app is the best one which proves for this purpose. Unlike DroidCam (which require a similar application to be installed on Windows), this app works through your browser, giving you the compatibility and freedom to move over platforms.

How to use IP webcam:

  1. Connect your phone and computer to the same Wi-Fi network.
  2. Install the app IP Webcam on your phone.
  3. It is advisable to close any app which uses your phone’s camera (kill’em using task manager).
  4. Launch the app. Scroll down until a tab appears- “Start server”.
  5. The app will now display a URL, something like- https://abc.de.fg.ij:klmn (alphabets represents numerical).
  6. Enter this URL in your web browser and hit Enter.
  7. In the browser, you’ll see a drop-down menu next to Video renderer. Select Browser.
  8. Next, you’ll see Audio renderer. Select HTML WAV.
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  10. Now you’re good to go. You’ll see a live video feed in your browser. You can record it via a browser. You’ll get used to controls once you use it. Although there might be some problem in HTML WAV audio streaming, you can prefer VLC media player for this purpose.

Cricket Facts That’ll Make You Go Woah

Posted Date :   16 July 2017 11:06:53 PM  

1. Sri Lanka has a sole Test win against the Aussies till date.

2. Sanath Jayasuriya has more ODI wickets than Shane Warne.

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3. Dhaka’s Sher-e-Bangla stadium and Bangabandhu stadium have hosted more ODIs than Lord’s.

4. The highest number of runs scored in an over is not 36. It’s 77.

5. Adam Gilchrist holds the record for playing the most number of Tests straight after debut.


Amazing Basketball Facts you will never know

Posted Date :   16 July 2017 11:01:18 PM  
  • James Naismith, a teacher at a YMCA in Springfield, Massachusetts, is credited with inventing basketball in 1891.
  • The first “hoops” were actually just peach baskets and the first backboards were made of wire.
  • The game became an official Olympic event at the Summer Games in Berlin, Germany in 1936.
  • Two leagues called the National Basketball League (NBL) and the Basketball Association of America (BAA) merged after the 1948-49 season to become today's National Basketball Association (NBA).
  • The Boston Celtics have won the most NBA championships (17), including seven straight from 1960 to 1966.
  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who played 20 seasons in the NBA, holds the record formost points scored in a career with 38,387.
  • On March 2, 1962, Philadelphia center Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 points in one game against New York. That is the most one player has ever scored in one game.
  • Current Atlanta Hawks coach Lenny Wilkens has won more basketball games than any other coach.
  • The American Basketball Association (ABA) was a 10-team rival league to the NBA that began play in the 1967-68 season and folded nine years later after the 1975-76 season. Four current NBA teams – Indiana, Denver, New York, and San Antonio – originated in the ABA.
  • The NBA instituted the three-pointer before the 1979-80 season, an idea it borrowed from the ABA.
  • The Chicago Bulls have won all six NBA Finals in which they've appeared.