Marvel Studios has produced many movies and characters that we love and rush to the theaters to watch. They range from The Avengers to the X-men, and the Spider-Man films. If you know anything about movies, then you must be quite aware of how these films take their audience on adventurous journeys that are otherwise impossible if the rules of physics or biology came into play. It is what makes these superheroes "super." What if the laws of physics were to apply though? What would happen? Would you love the film less? Most probably! There would be no superheroes. Take a look at some examples that illustrate how Marvel movies are bad at physics.
We live in a world where automation and human-like robotics have become common in the business community performing data-heavy tasks in milliseconds. Thanks to AI, people can monitor their health and fitness levels using a digital intelligence bracelet, know when the milk is about to run out in a refrigerator, can have driverless cars, and a Google learning machine that is capable of learning data patterns and analyzing them.
The tension is at an all-time high, and you find yourself sitting at the edge of your sit in anticipation. Nonetheless, there is a light side to this event. We laugh and cry at some of the actions of the athletes. Below is a compiled list of some of the funniest moments during the previous Olympics.
This race can end up being frustrating, tiring, and can lower your self -esteem. If you don’t love your body, who else will? Here are 15 lessons to help you learn to love your body and accept it the way it is.
Getting older now, tick tock! Time is marching on! Is the shelf getting dusty?