At a rescue center in Indonesia’s Aceh province, Hatemon Nesa clings to her 5-year-old daughter Umme Salima while she weeps. After being stranded at sea for several weeks on a boat with little food or water, their faces appear gaunt and their eyes look depressed. Nesa stated, “My bones were …Read More »
Admire witness January’s most memorable divine occasion, the Quadrantid meteor shower
One of the twelve annual meteor showers, the Quadrantids, marks the beginning of the new year. The heavenly occasion is normally among the most grounded meteor showers and is supposed to top for the time being January 3 and 4, as per the American Meteor Society. The shower is best …Read More »
Axelrod, David: This single sublime moment in a lifetime of politics shines through.
In today’s mixed company, mentioning politics frequently elicits discomfort, averted glances, and nervous asides intended to steer the conversation toward safer waters. At holiday gatherings, many families say they avoid the topic out of fear of upsetting relatives with opposing viewpoints and ruining the occasion. Today, social media platforms keep …Read More »
The brand-new structures that will change the world in 2023
The world’s first “upcycled” skyscraper won World Building of the Year in the last year of architecture, and Burkina Faso-born Francis Kéré became the first African architect to win the coveted Pritzker Prize. In addition, it was a year in which we lost industry titans like Ricardo Bofill and Meinhard …Read More »
All of the amazing occurrences and discoveries that occurred in 2022
There were a lot of events this year that made us realize why we look at the stars and go back in time. Wonder and curiosity are two of humanity’s most potent characteristics, and when combined, they cause us to ask questions that open up new avenues of discovery. The …Read More »
The enormous bridges and tunnels that connect Asia and Europe
The Bosphorus is the embodiment of Istanbul, with its sloping banks dotted with elegant private mansions, palace parks, and centuries-old groves. From the Black Sea in the north to the Sea of Marmara in the south, this strait is 19 miles (30 kilometers) long. Istanbul is romantically evocative but somewhat …Read More »
Five scientific methods for sticking to your New Year’s resolutions
Once more, it’s that time of year. Your friends, family, and coworkers are beginning to inquire, “What’s your New Year’s resolution?” after champagne bottles have burst and balls have fallen. The custom of setting a goal on January 1 is enjoyed by some. Others argue that since most resolutions fail …Read More »
Where to go in the year 2023: The ideal places to visit
New year, new perspective. In 2023, make extensive use of this formula when planning travel. Many nations have lifted most of their pandemic restrictions after nearly three years of travel disruptions and complications. Individuals are voyaging universally en masse, and there’s a lot of repressed request to spread all over …Read More »
Akeel, Dani: Meet the Saudi woman competing in one of the toughest motor races in the world.
Dania Akeel’s voice crackles through the intercom above the roar of the engine and the rush of wind through the windowless cabin of her rugged, black UTV, her head cradled in a crash helmet. “We’re so fortunate,” Akeel tells CNN Game. ” I mean, take a look at this place; …Read More »
Pelé, a legend in Brazilian soccer, dies at 82.
Pelé, the legendary Brazilian soccer player who went on to become the sport’s first global icon and won three World Cups, has passed away at the age of 82. Under an image of family members holding Pele’s hands, his daughter Kely Nascimento wrote, “Everything that we are, is thanks to …Read More »