The Roman Empire and its emperors

    Here you have a few important things that should be known about the Roman Empire and its emperors.

    When the Emperor Theodosius died in 395 AD, the empire was divided between the two of his sons: Honorius (empire of the west), and Arcadius (empire of the east). In 476 AD, the Western Empire was conquest by Odoacer, a Germanic tribal leader. That year, the Middle Ages began. [… read the full article}

      The decline of the Western Europe World

      Since after WWI, the descent of the West is has been taking place in Europe, thing that can not be stopped. Same happened with the Roman Empire. There is a parallel between the situation with the Roman Empire at that time and the situation now: low birth rate, profligacy, social parasites social, invasion of migrants and barbarians, subsidizing pauper for votes, lack of labor force, foreign invasion in administration, finance and public office, granting citizenship to all newcomers, etc. [… read the full article}

        Top 10 facts about Alkaline Earth

        Alkaline Earth metals are the chemical elements of group 2 in the Mendeleev periodic table. They are beryllium (Be), magnesium (Mg), calcium (Ca), strontium (Sr), barium (Ba), and radium (Ra). They share many characteristics and properties. Here are the most interesting facts about Alkaline Earth metals. [… read the full article}

          Top 10 interesting facts about alkali metals

          Alkali Metals are the chemical elements found in group 1 of the periodic table of elements. They are: lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium, cesium, and francium. Since they are all in the same group, they do have similar properties and characteristics. Here are top 10 interesting facts about alkali metals that everybody should know.
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            Top 10 facts about aqua regia everybody should know

            Aqua regia, the solution that can dissolve gold and platinum is a mixture of two powerful acids highly used in industry. Here are top 10 facts about aqua regia that everybody should know. [… read the full article}

              The most interesting and important facts about water that everybody should know

              There is no other substance on Earth that is more important than water. The simple fact that water is absolutely essential for life on Earth says everything about water. Chemical and physical properties of water are fascinating and these properties affects of lives and it is considered the spring of life. Below are the most interesting and important facts about water that everybody should know. [… read the full article}

                Ununoctium

                Name: Ununoctium
                Symbol: Uuo
                Number of Energy Levels: 7 (Predicted)
                Electrons on the outer energy level: 8 (Predicted)
                Atomic number: 118
                Atomic Mass: 294 Amu (Atomic Mass Units) (Predicted)
                Protons/Electrons: 118
                Neutrons: 176
                Density: 4.9 – 5.1 g/cm(Predicted)
                Classification: Noble Gas (Predicted)

                Ununoctium [… read the full article}

                  Ununseptium

                  Name: Ununseptium
                  Symbol: Uus
                  Number of Energy Levels: 7 (Predicted)
                  Electrons on the outer energy level: 7 (Predicted)
                  Atomic number: 117
                  Atomic Mass: 294 Amu (Atomic Mass Units) (Predicted)
                  Protons/Electrons: 117
                  Neutrons: 175
                  Density: 7.1 – 7.3 g/cm(Predicted)
                  Classification: Transition Metal (Predicted)

                  Ununseptium [… read the full article}

                    30 facts about diamonds

                    Diamonds are considered the most valuable things in the world. The word “diamond” comes from the Greek word “Adamas” and means “indestructible”. Here you have the most fascinating 30 facts about diamonds. [… read the full article}

                      Livermorium

                      Name: Livermorium
                      Symbol: Lv
                      Number of Energy Levels: 7 (Predicted)
                      Electrons on the outer energy level: 6 (Predicted)
                      Atomic number: 116
                      Atomic Mass: 293 Amu (Atomic Mass Units) (Predicted)
                      Protons/Electrons: 116
                      Neutrons: 177 (in most abundant isotope)
                      Density: 12.9 g/cm(Predicted)
                      Classification: Transition Metal (Predicted)

                      Livermorium [… read the full article}