Day: August 7, 2020

5 Times Humanity Came Close to Extinction

5 Times Humanity Came Close to Extinction

Many times throughout human history, we have had brushes with disasters that dwindled our numbers so much that we were in danger from extinction. Not only that, we have had near misses in history that if they had happened, would surely end up in tragedy or even the complete annihilation of the human race. In fact something like that just happened in the beginning of June 2020, and you don’t ... »

The First Tsunamis In The World

The First Tsunamis In The World

Tsunamis are most often generated by an earthquake induced movement of the ocean floor, although volcanic eruptions, underwater landslides and explosions, glacier carvings and meteor strikes can also produce them. Despite most fictional representations depicting tsunamis that look like a standard breaking wave, this is not reality. Due to their increased wavelength, tsunamis are actually resemble ... »

Top Ten Scientifically Impossible Places That Actually Exist.

Top Ten Scientifically Impossible Places That Actually Exist.

There are some places that just seem to give us chills and excitement just by hearing it name, today we gone from imagination to curiosity, and compiled about ten Scientifically impossible places that actually exist, number one alone will blow your mind. 1. Devil’s Kettle. On the North gate shore of lake Superior, in Minnesota, lies Judge C.R Mercy state park. Named for the mayor of Duluth, ... »

7 Magical places on Earth

7 Magical places on Earth

The world is filled with places of magic and mystery, from natural wonders supposedly built by giants to caves and castles bound up with stories of sorcery. Here is a list of seven magical places on earth.  1.The devil’s kettle Judge C. R. Magney State Park is a state park in the United state of Minnesota ,The North Shore of the park is best known for the devil’s Kettle , an unusual wa... »

5 Wonderful Historical Sites in Luo-Nyanza You Should Visit

5 Wonderful Historical Sites in Luo-Nyanza You Should Visit

Kenya is one of the countries with great potential when it comes to the tourism sector. This is owed to the fact that it has got several tourist attraction sites like the historical sites, Physical features, and a great cultural diversity which has been preserved for years. A brief walk along the lakeside regions in the former Nyanza province can indeed be a great experience for those who would li... »

Thing women hate in man

Thing women hate in man

This article brings you ten (10) things men do that ladies detest. It is to help you become a better version of who you are for the betterment of your love life or relationship if you really love to be with that person. Now, what are those things ladies detest that men do? 1. Lies: It isn’t funny any longer how some men get to tell lies about where they have been or whom they were with; they lie a... »

Things women like in men

Things women like in men

Being authentic simply means to understand what you like or dislike and to allow that understanding to be expressed in your life. Most guys sacrifice their authenticity to be a nice guy and yet nice guys finish last and get rejected all the time. Rather than be a man of substance and opinion, they become Yes Men who are desperate for the approvals of women. Unfortunately, in seeking that approval,... »

Man to woman

Man to woman

Kindly click on the FOLLOW button on your top right corner to get more quality update from CityPost. Many men don’t know that the woman or girl they love has rejected them long time ago from their heart because most men fail to study their women to know what they love most. Naturally, some women are always shy to tell their men what they want while some are outspoken and bold enough to say i... »

Richest countries in Africa

Richest countries in Africa

The Republic of the Sudan, is a country in Northeast Africa. Bordered by Egypt to the north, Libya to the northwest, Chad to the west, the Central African Republic to the southwest, South Sudan to the south, Ethiopia to the southeast, Eritrea to the east, and the Red Sea to the northeast. In 2010, Sudan was considered the 17th-fastest-growing economy in the world and the rapid development of the c... »

How to get funds to start up buisness in Nigeria

How to get funds to start up buisness in Nigeria

In this article, we have shared some information about getting business grants or financing in Nigeria regulated by government agencies and private individuals and how to get these grants. However, we have answered the question of how you can get funding for starting a business in Nigeria by giving you 13 best business grants and loans in Nigeria. Note that business grants and loans in Nigeria are... »

Lucrative buisnesses in Nigeria

Lucrative buisnesses in Nigeria

This list of Nigerian business ideas is made up of real business ideas, not a random selection of junk businesses; It’s a high-performing business, it’s a long-proven business and you can put in your hard capital and make sure it makes a profit. These businesses are up to date and relevant in 2016 and beyond. Before I move on, I want to explore the main reasons why you should start in Nigeria toda... »

Causes and Risk Factors of Osteoporosis

Causes and Risk Factors of Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a bone disease characterized by low bone mass and structural breakdown of bone, eventually causing bones to become fragile and increasing a person’s risk for fractures. Both men and women are affected by osteoporosis. The condition—which is both preventable and treatable—is more common in older adults, but it can affect anyone regardless of age, including children. In the Uni... »

Diagnosing and Treating Groin Pulls

Diagnosing and Treating Groin Pulls

A groin pull is an injury to the muscles (a muscle strain) of the inner thigh. The groin muscles, called the adductor muscle group, consists of six muscles that span the distance from the inner pelvis to the inner part of the femur (thigh bone). These muscles pull the legs together and help with other movements of the hip joint. The adductor muscles are important to many types of athletes includin... »

Causes and Treatment of Dupuytren’s Contracture

Causes and Treatment of Dupuytren’s Contracture

Dupuytren’s contracture is a condition that causes tightening, or contracture, of the palmar fascia, the connective tissue that lies beneath the skin in the palm of your hand. Because of the contracture, the fingers can become permanently bent down, and the function of your hand is impaired. The palmar fascia is a thick tissue that lies above the tendons and below the skin of the hand. The f... »

The Anatomy of the Otic Ganglion

The Anatomy of the Otic Ganglion

The otic ganglion is one of the four parasympathetic ganglia of the head. A collection of sensory neurons of the mandibular nerve, it works with the glossopharyngeal nerve and mandibular nerves to provide function to multiple salivary glands. It also has a motor function in chewing. Anatomy Ganglia are groups of nerves, typically with related functions, that meet up inside a capsule of connective ... »

The Anatomy of the Sphenoid Bone

The Anatomy of the Sphenoid Bone

An unpaired bone located in the cranium (or skull), the sphenoid bone, also known as the “wasp bone,” is located in the middle and towards the front of the skull, just in front of the occipital bone. The sphenoid bone is one of the seven bones that make up the orbit, the space that holds the eyeball, and helps make up the floor of the middle cranial fossa, the butterfly-shaped depression at the ba... »