Posts by: Michaela Miklusak

Michaela Miklusak is deputy editor of TechandFacts.com and big technology enthusiast. Michaela now lives in Singapore, where she studies System Engineering and Informatics. michaelam@techandfacts.com

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Spotted: 4 Amazing UFO Sightings In 2014

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Did you catch 4 most famous UFO’s from last year? The year 2014 was probably like many before – interesting things have happened, new discoveries were made and the need for exploration of Space pushed us forward at a faster rate then ever. I am not sure whether this is...

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What Does 170-Year-Old Champagne Taste Like?

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Scientists recovered shipwreck with bottles on champagne on the board. When scientists recovered shipwreck after it spent 170 years at the bottom of the sea, they noticed that around it was very specific smell of goat and overly ripe cheese. And of course, champagne. Apparently, bottles of this delicious stuff...

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Hubble Telescope Will Celebrate 25 Years With 25 Greatest Images

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Happy Birthday Hubble Telescope! Arguably the world’s most ambitious astronomy mission was launched on April 24, 1990, when Space Shuttle Discovery took Hubble Space Telescope into orbit. Hubble Telescope was designed to peek into the farthest places in the Universe to observe galaxies, nebulae, stars and much more. Main goal of Hubble...

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10 Innovative Products You Need Right Now!

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We all know the deal with technology. Every day, at least one new gadget hits the market and it is really hard to keep track of the newest innovative products. These innovative products are either perfect novelty that can make our life easier and better or they were created in...

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Large Hadron Collider in CERN is back online!

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After electrical failure Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is working again! “LHC is back.” That were the first words from the European Organization for Nuclear Research. The words were said at Friday, March 3, 2015. Large Hadron Collider cost $10 billion and has been shut down for more than a year....

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Everything You Need to Know About Solar Eclipse 2015

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Friday’s rare vernal equniox supermoon solar eclipse 2015, from an astronomical and cultural perspective Yesterday, March 20, was the most amazing day this year. On this day we had change to witness a very rare astronomical event. A new moon “supermoon” total solar eclipse and the spring equinox fell on the same...

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Inside Hang Son Doong – The world’s Largest Cave

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Breathtaking drone footage shows gigantic Hang Son Doong – ‘Mountain River Cave’ in amazing detail First place in the world for being the largest cave in the world belongs to Hang Son Doong in Vietnam, in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, about 450 kilometers (280 miles) south of Hanoi. It is...

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3 Archaeology Discoveries That Will Blow Your Mind

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What are the true origins of humanity? These archaeology discoveries will help you understand! There are days when I wonder, where did we come from. What was before us. What was before everything. There is no certain answer to it. I think, that archaeology is one of the best tools...

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Scientific Explanation Behind The Dress

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Why some people see the dress as blue and black, and some as gold and white? Unless you have been living under the rock, you heard about “the dress”. It has been a long time since Internet split into two parts and argue over something small as a dress. Either...