Why do we love the smell of rain ? #nature #rebootme #science

Science is behind why many of us love the smell of rain. The actual smell is a scent termed Petrichor which scientists have identified as the molecule Geosmin which is produced by a specific type of bacteria called Streptomyces. When rain hits the ground or the leaves of trees and plants, Geosmin is released in the […]

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What actually happens in the Bermuda Triangle #mystery #rebootme #travel

Devil’s Triangle, commonly known as the Bermuda Triangle lies between the island of Bermuda, Puerto Rico and the southern part of Florida, USA. According to the New York Times, it is famed for claiming over 50 ships and potentially 20 planes since records began in the 1900s. (See article here) Now University of Southampton oceanographers […]

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20-20 vision in a bottle #health #rebootme

A research team from Bar-Ilan University’s Institute of Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (BINA) have innovated “Nano-Drops,” which in the future, could correct impaired vision and replace spectacles and contact lenses. This would also potentially replace laser correction. The self applied drops are synthetic nanoparticles, measuring between 1 &  100nm (nanometers) in width, that adjust the outside and superficial […]

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