Author: Unfold Answers

There is a lot of things we do every day and a lot of those actually become a part of our daily life but we don’t even consider to think about the reason behind it. Some of the most common being: Saying ‘Bless You’ when you see or notice someone sneezing, Stretching limbs while yawning, Involuntarily covering the mouth with your hand Let’s just focus on the first one in this blog. There can be a whole lot of reason behind sneezing. Primarily it could be because of some kind of nasal or throat allergies. It’s a reflexive action to…

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Our brain decides how to steer the emotions to particular stimuli and the reaction to a particular situation differs from person to person. All body parts exhibit the emotions felt in human bodies.  The amount of happiness or fear a person feels is reflected by the appearance and behaviour the human body exhibits. Excitement and Happiness feel similar but more often than not, excitement is followed by happiness or sadness. For someone to feel happy or sad, he/she usually has to go through a phase of excitement or restlessness. A team of Finnish scholars has identified the parts of our…

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World Environment Day is celebrated each year on the 5th of June since 1974. It was started by the United Nations marking the first day of the Stockholm conference. World Environment Day Although it was decided in 1972, the first environment day was celebrated in 1974 with the theme, “Only One Earth”. In 2019 the day is hosted by China and the theme is “Air Pollution” Objective: It was started to encourage the protection of the environment and getting involved in doing something to take care of the earth. World Environment Day is the United Nations day for encouraging worldwide…

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Before the trade surplus and deficit, we should understand what Balance of Trade (BOT) is.  BOT of a country is the difference between the value of total imports and total exports of a given period. BOT is a determining factor of how strong or weak an economy is. What are the trade surplus and deficit? Every economy in the world is involved in some form of import and export.  The country that is capable of producing goods and services for its people by itself has low imports and usually high exports which, as a result, is said to have a…

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Not all people in the world are fortunate enough when it comes to the strength of passport. The more powerful your passport is, the easier it is for you to travel the world.  So how is the passport strength determined and what makes a country’s passport powerful than others?  Travel freedom depends upon the strength of your passport. Not many countries have that privilege of enjoying the travel freedom governed by passport strength.  Until now the Western European countries are dominating the list of the most powerful passport. How is a passport strength determined? Strength of a passport means how…

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It’s a common thing. Everybody’s dog at times eats grasses. There has been some research but no definite answers have come out. However, Most of the experts seem to believe that dogs tend to do so as a measure to settle their unrest stomach. Why do Dogs eat grass? This is believed to be true because sometimes when your dog is fed with something heavy or oily or something out of her regular meal, the stomach reacts abnormally and the dog end up sniffing and eating grass.  This is quite common across all breeds of dog. Most common reasons why…

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Digital Detox means to stay away from all forms of digital interactions. No email, no social media, no movies, no television. With the proliferation of technological devices, we sometimes act like no human interaction is needed in today’s digital world. We don’t need to visit a store for shopping. We don’t need to go to a restaurant for food. Furthermore, we no longer need to visit the bank to withdraw or deposit money. We can watch movies, stream live football on our mobile. We can play games with friends who live on the other side of the earth. In a nutshell,…

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The airline industry is very competitive, more so by the increasing purchasing power of the people. The demand for flight tickets is always increasing and everybody has noticed that the airfare is not uniform. Even the same exact seat of the same sector is priced differently at two different times. The ticket price is not necessarily governed by the distance covered by the flight. So why are airplane ticket price so random? Why are airplane tickets so random? What governs the price, why does it fluctuate so much? Let’s think of one single flight from London to Dubai. That’s 3400…

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Before knowing the reasons behind the occurrence of the earthquake we need to know about tectonic plates and fault lines. Fault lines are huge cracks or fractures on the earth’s surface where massive chunks of rocks on each side skid past each other.  These cracks are usually underneath the earth surface.  Tectonic plates are those massive chunks of rocks. There are 12 major tectonic plates in the earth’s crust and those regions that lie near or around these fault lines are in a maximum danger of earthquakes. Below this overlapping and adjacently placed rocks lies the superheated magma that is constantly…

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Keeping ourselves in the context, it would be correct to say that there are two types of people in the world. One that believes that climate change is happening and is ominous and the other that completely denies it. As you’re tapping, scrolling, and swiping on your phone, you probably don’t give much thought to the fact that your activity is not in harmony with the environment in one way or the other. We have a single mission: To protect and hand on the planet to the next generation. Francois Hollande Before you click away, disappointed that you came to…

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