Among all the renewable power sources, wind energy is the fastest growing industry in the past few years. This is because the ecological benefits that come with this technology and the falling costs of the wind turbines.
In our society, the kiss is something common and natural. It is a sign of romantic relations and love. Everyone remembers their first kiss. Still, there is something that is puzzling the minds of many – Why do we kiss?
What is this strange and contagious thing that we do when we are tired? Let’s look at the science behind the yawn phenomenon and try to shed some light on the burning question – “Why do we yawn?”
There are around 3 trillion trees that dot the landscapes of Earth – approximately 420 trees per person – as stated by research led by Yale University posted in the journal Nature.
Deforestation is the act of destroying forests in order to create space on the land available for other uses. About 18 million acres ( 7.3 million hectares ) of trees are cut down each year, stated the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization ( or FAO for short ).
Why do we love music? Music is the melody that has been around us for our entire lives – from the beginning to the end of our days.