Author: krosmanitz


  • Roger Federer Wins 20th Grand Slam Title

    Tennis superstar Roger Federer has won his  20th Grand Slam Title and his 6th Australian Open trophy. In a dramatic match, the Swissman beat Croatian  Marin Cilic  6-2, 6-7, 6-3, […]

  • Baba Vanga Makes New Predictions for 2018

    Baba Vanga, a mystic Bulgarian woman who died in 1996, has been known for predicting future events. She predicted the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the rise of Islamic terrorism and the […]

  • California Publishes New Cell Phone Guidelines

    California’s Department of Health has published new guidelines on how to handle cell phones. It warns that radiation emitted from cell phones can be harmful but does not say that cell phones are […]

  • The Earth’s Hum – A Mysterious Noise

    For the first time, scientists have recorded a humming sound that the earth has probably been producing for a long time. Scientists have been aware of the hum for decades, but […]

  • Traditional Sports in Britain on Boxing Day

    Boxing Day, the 26th of December,  has become a traditional day of sports in the UK, with many events taking place all across the country. The day got its name […]

  • IOC Bans Russia from Olympic Games

    The International Olympic Committee has banned Russia from taking part in the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Russian officials are not allowed to take part in the opening […]

  • Facebook Introduces Messenger Kids

    Facebook has announced that it will release a new version of its popular app Messenger for children aged between 6 and 12. They do not need their own Facebook account […]

  • Texting Celebrates 25th Birthday

    Short Message Service (SMS), also called texting, is celebrating its 25th birthday. The first text message was sent in Great Britain shortly before Christmas in 1992 in Great Britain. It was British engineer […]

  • NASA Fires Voyager 1 Thrusters After 37 Years

    Voyager 1 is the first man-made object to leave the solar system. 37 years after it was launched, NASA’s engineers fired the spacecraft’s backup thrusters. The primary thrusters have been getting weaker […]