Do You Know
Questions & Answers on General Knowledge.
How is heat measured?
Heat is measured with a thermometer. A thermometer is a glass tube that ends in A bulb containing mercury. Numbers are written on the tube. The mercury in the bulb heats up when it touches something hot, like the inside of your mouth. As a result, the mercury expands and rises up the tube. If we do not have a fever and are resting, the mercury will stop at 37.0 ºC (98.6 ºF). When we are unwell and have a fever, the mercury rises further, and the doctor knows how high the fever is.
What is an allowance?
What is the earliest theatre we know of?
Can I be friends with a turtle?
How does the trajectory of a ball change when you give it a spin?
Why does the Sun glow?
What is a white dwarf?
How does ultrasound detect cracks or imperfections in metal? Is this to do with density or is it just reflecting off surfaces?
How can you make a makeshift water distiller with common materials? - VL
What causes people to pass gas?
Why don't batteries work as well in cold environments?
What was special about the ancient Indus Valley civilization?
Where does the Sun shine the most?
Do sharks ever attack whales?
Why are metal-halide lamps so efficient?
Where is the longest bridge?
Can electricity make my hair stand on end ?
What is the formula for finding the power in an AC circuit?
What is the principle of the Trinitron Sony TV system?
How is the high explosive used in a fission bomb detonated so precisely together? - F, United Kingdom
Where is the best place to put a microwave oven? Is it dangerous to place it on the refrigerator?
How do diodes work?
Is DC power transmission possible?
When was the greenhouse effect discovered?
Is it true that hundreds of wild things live in oak trees?
Who was Mona Lisa?
Celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi
Benefits of Cumin
Best Cars for Winter
Benefits of Brussel
Cartoons Characters That You Wish Were Real
World Most Beautiful Temples
Wat Palad Chiang Mai Thailand
I had been directed into a temple built within the jungle, enshrining elephants and dragons, the worldly and unworldly side by side.Streams poured out of the hills, culminating into a large rock waterfall overlooking the Chiang Mai skyline.Dogs roamed freely and, above me, a large spider clung to its capacious web.Small bridges and footpaths joined statues of Buddhas, dragons, worshipers, candle holders and stone carvings.I could sense the connectedness of this temple, its people and the earth.It had been built under the pretense of harmony, and I could feel it.