- The journey of the great explorer James Cook
born in marton, yorkshire in 1728, cook started his career working for a shop but quickly prevented him from struggling on the sea.
- Detecting wrecks of adventurers eaten by aboriginal people
the hms endeavor of captain james cook, one of the greatest naval houses in history, may be located off rhode island, usa, causing excitement for historians around the world.
- Finding coins makes 'changes' throughout Australian history
the coin found on an australian beach sparked the new portuguese theory that the first europeans set foot on australia, 250 years before captain cook.
- How to cook rice helps you lose weight
add coconut oil with 3% of the rice before pouring water, then cook the rice in the refrigerator compartment and reheat it in the microwave before eating.
- Robot knows how to cook - Standard of future kitchen
with the development of science and technology, the appearance of the future kitchen will completely change with robots like a side kitchen and food scanner as a personal nutritionist.
- Mouse carnivore
a species of carnivorous plants recently found by ecologist charles clarke (james cook university) in a quagmire, near the jardine river national park, cape york, queensland, australia.
- The James Dyson Award 2014 was owned
james dyson award is an international creative award held annually to honor student inventors whose inventions are not only useful and close to life.
- Frogs stink to avoid mosquito bites
research by assistant professor mike tyler from adelaide university and entomologist craig williams from james cook
university shows that frogs produce a variety of chemicals in the skin, including the hallucinogens (the drug that causes virtual cupping), glue stick and
- The body of the little girl holding intact roses in the coffin for 140 years
the girl's body was discovered in a 19th-century metal coffin beneath a house in san francisco, usa, eventually identified nearly 141 years after she died.
- NASA finished assembling $ 9.7 billion telescope
the team of engineers completed assembling parts of james webb, the world's most powerful space telescope, in california on august 28.
- Freshwater dolphins disappear from the Mekong basin
a recent study by james cook
australaia university and can tho university has identified: freshwater dolphins almost disappeared from the mekong basin in vietnam. however, dolphins may occasionally occur
- Where the pine species grows is always tilted to one side
cook pine trees all over the world have stems that are always tilted towards the equator.
- The truth about iPhone has been there 350 years ago?
during his visit to amsterdam, tim cook said he saw the iphone in an ancient picture more than 350 years ago.
- 10 first landmarks in human history
the first strike, the first us president died at the office ... were the first landmarks in human history.
- Video: Cook food for 20 minutes with the sun
solar cookers are designed to be compact and can cook most dishes and are easy to carry on trips.
- Very simple way to cook rice without eating fat
scientists tested eight different cooking methods on all 38 types of rice to extract the recipe.
- The machine looked back at NASA's past and had trouble crashing the screw
greg robinson, director of jwst program of the us aeronautics and space administration (nasa) revealed screws and gaskets that fell out of the james webb glass sunscreen on may 3.
- Huge volcano in the bottom of the Antarctic sea
a british expedition has discovered more than a dozen antarctic ocean craters in the area near the islands called the south sandwich in the southern atlantic ocean.
- Implant human eyes on cicada wings
scientists at james cook
university (australia) have successfully conducted an experiment that is no different from a witch's fairy tale, a human eye implant on cicada wings.
- NASA reversed the time of launching the James Webb space telescope until 2020
the upcoming space telescope called james webb will replace the hubble space telescope in the near future.
- The story of robbers' greatest in the history of the western region
although performing many cheating bank robberies, bandits jesse james is considered
- Mysterious 'ghost island' in the South Pacific
until now, oceanographic experts have not been able to give the most accurate explanation of the mysterious existence of a
- The vegetables that are vegan receive 8 types of cancer, but if one step is wrong, it will be useless
broccoli is rich in protein, vitamins and beta-carotene (precursor of vitamin a). its nutritional value ranks first among similar vegetables. however, its greatest value is not how high a nutrient is, but its powerful anticancer effect.
- The mystery of the 'ghost' mahogany ship at sea
after hundreds of years, the whereabouts of this mysterious ship are still in darkness ...
- Ghosts appear in pubs?
the staff at one of the oldest pubs in the uk believed they had seen ghosts through security cameras.
- Telescope James Webb will search for alien life
the james webb space telescope is a complement to nasa's hubble telescope, and the most powerful space telescope ever built.
- 10 most useful inventions in 2010
the james dyson award aims to recognize those who offer solutions to everyday problems around the world.
- These animals have human intelligence
with great intelligence, many animals know how to use tools to get food, cook food or add spices to food.
- Mistakes are harmful to health when people often cook rice
these mistakes not only reduce the nutrients of rice, but they can also make us sick.
- NASA hides technology on telescopes looking backwards
nasa deliberately blurred a part of the structure of the james webb space telescope in the video about this telescope.