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Are You Sensually Starving?
... The lights turn out and you're on your own. There's either the possibility of sensuality next to you snoring or there's an empty space of where sensuality could be. Or used to be. Either way you're on your own. You're too grown up to cry about it now - but if no-one was looking you could really go there. Cry I mean.
Man claiming to be King Charles illegitimate son wants 'the truth'
The latest twist from the 56-year-old comes in the wake of Queen Elizabeth II's death. An Australian man, who claims to be the illegitimate of King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla Parker-Bowles, says he still seeks answers regardless of whether his alleged father is King.
Science: Curse Or Blessing?
The conceptual satisfaction of a person is achieved through religion, philosophy and finer literature. However the practical satisfaction of human needs is fulfilled through technology, basic and advanced. Science is the knowledge that bridges the gap between conceptual and practical fulfillment of diverse human needs. In addition, science gives authenticity to religious, philosophical, literary and technological works. It rectifies the deficiencies of all. Science may prove a good and faithful servant if we use it wisely and carefully.
Top 10 Food Preservation Techniques From Then to Now
Restaurants worldwide use various techniques to preserve food depending on factors like the ingredient, the climate, taste required, etc. Our ancestors have used various preservation techniques like canning, drying, pickling and many more, which are still being used in today's modern world. Let's have a sneak peek at the top 10 food preservation techniques ranging from ancient methods to the modern day of food preservation.
Chocolate: The Good, the Bad and the Bitter
It's pretty common knowledge that chocolate made its appearance among the Aztecs as a beverage for kings. The cacao beans, from which the beverage was derived, were highly valued and used as a form of currency. When Hernando Cortez, a ruthless conqueror, set his sights on the Aztec nation, he was introduced to the bitter drink by King Montezuma. Cortez proceeded to pillage their country and take over their lands, which included the cacao plant.
The Magic of La La Land
When The End became clear and the credits began to roll, I could feel a tremendous ache welling up in my heart. The afterglow of jumbled ideas, irrational emotions, and utter awe of masterful cinematic narrative rushed over me. La La Land had performed a magic trick unlike any other for me.