Wednesday, November 25, 2020
About an hour’s drive away from the busy, bustling, cosmopolitan vibe of Kuala Lumpur lies a quiet, unassuming, idyllic place like those seen in TV dramas. As a matter of fact, a TVB drama called Outbound Love...
Some of the most convincing proof yet for the presence of water on the moon has been collected by researchers, and it is believed that this source of water can be relatively accessible. This can be quite...
Tattooing is a form of art that can be traced to ancient civilizations around the world. One of the world’s oldest tattooed bodies was discovered in the Austrian Alps in 1991 and was dated to be over...
A recent study had discovered a new technique will simultaneously break down the most widely used plastic form and synthesise useful, widely used molecules, allowing plastic waste recycling to be more desirable and realistic.
Is nuclear power a way out? Nuclear energy is harvested from nuclear reactions. Allegedly reducing the carbon footprint of the climate, pro-nuclear exponents around the globe are exposing the virtues of nuclear technology. As...
Malaysians are well known for their predilection for food. Across all races and cultures, love for food unites Malaysians like nothing else does. Before the coronavirus hit Malaysia, it wasn’t uncommon to witness large groups of friends...

Mandela Effect

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The Mandela effect applies to a circumstance where a large audience assumes that an incident happened when it did not happen. Looking back on the roots of the Mandela effect, some well-known explanations and plausible causes for...
Today, about 1 million private and public sector workers involved in management and supervision have started to work from home in the states that are affected by the conditional movement control order (CMCO) in order to curb...
The Malaysian government has ordered about 1 million private and public sector workers involved in management and supervision to work from home in the states that are affected by the conditional movement control order (CMCO) starting on...
Jerejak Island has long been known among the locals as a “prison island” or the “leprosy island”. Long ago, it was used as the main leper asylum for the Straits Settlements (1868), a Quarantine Station (1875) and a penal...
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