Kariņš interview. The countries that were formerly colonized may not necessarily care for the advice of the former colonies. CertainlyRead more
Commission. Europe is now effectively the first jurisdiction in the world where online platforms no longer benefit from a ‘freeRead more
Captured Spy. Some spies are just too important to be left by their handlers to rot in a foreign jailRead more
Cosmology. The current world came up with the extraordinary revolution that Copernicus and Galileo Galilei. Introduced to prove that theRead more
Poison ivy. The storie, a happy hiker wanders into the woods, feels the call of nature, and having nothing toRead more
Earth climate. As recently as 400,000 years ago, parts of Greenland were actually quite green. New analysis of some coreRead more
Seagull. The seagull showed off some spectacular acrobatics, by flying upside down to steal a shrimp dinner right from theRead more
My Latvia. Nestled in the heart of the Baltic region, Latvia is a country that boasts an astonishing blend ofRead more
Advertising… bad to lying…
While most people know that banner ads from companies you’ve never heard of that promise to melt away “20 pounds in a week, no exercise required!” should be taken with a grain of salt, some huge and highly respected brands are also guilty of telling their consumers major lies to make sales.
You’d have to be pretty dumb to believe some of them.
Hair Transplant. British men are now cutting back on hair transplant, replacing it with tattoos. Statistics say 10 million menRead more