A Comparative Study of the Aztec, Mayan, and Inca Civilizations

Introduction When the Spaniards tried to colonize the New World and the Americas in the 16th century, they found the Maya, Aztec, and Inca civilizations there as living civilizations. Because of this, these three civilizations have become known to people all over the world. The history and overall identity of these three civilizations Aztec Mayan … Read more

 Lopolith: Definition and Formation

Introduction Rocks are an aggregate of minerals. Sometimes they are composed of single mineral species like rock salt and limestone. But more commonly consists of two or more different minerals. Rocks are widely classified as igneous rocks, sedimentary rocks, and metamorphic rocks. This article is about one such rock type known as Lopolith. These types … Read more

What is photic zone?

Photic zone

Know in one minute about the Photic zone The photic zone is the upper region of the water mass that receives the maximum light from the sun. This zone extends from the surface of the sea to a depth of about 200 meters. The photic zone is also known as the euphotic zone or epipelagic … Read more

What is nimbus cloud?

nimbus cloud

Know in one minute about Nimbus cloud The Nimbus cloud is a type of dark cloud. They can be seen at an altitude of 500 to 5000 m from the surface. Are denser and blacker, causing continuous light to moderate rainfall. Although the intensity of rainfall is low, the amount of rainfall from such clouds … Read more

Wind Energy

Wind Energy

Know in one minute about Wind energy Wind energy is a renewable energy that is formed with the help of wind flow. Wind turbines are used to generate energy out of the wind flow. The advantages are: it is renewable, eco-friendly, uses less land, cost-effective from a long-term perspective. The disadvantages are: 1. Can be … Read more

Carbon Dioxide Vs Carbon Monoxide

Carbon Dioxide Vs Carbon Monoxide

Introduction Carbon is considered to be the element that is present in almost all objects that we use in our day-to-day life and also is the basic element for the formation of almost all biological and abiological beings present on our planet Earth. Its elements are spread all over and are widely used to make … Read more

What is a Red Flag Warning?

red flag warning

Introduction A Red Flag Warning is a weather forecasting technique that predicts a combination of high temperatures, very low humidity, and strong winds in a specific geographical area which creates the possibility for dangerous fires to occur. In this article, we are going to delve into the details of what a red flag warning actually … Read more

What is an Inverted pyramid of biomass?

Inverted pyramid of biomass

Know in one minute about the inverted pyramid of biomass The inverted pyramid of biomass shows the biomass of an organism in each trophic level of the food chain. It is inverted because the amount of biomass is high in consumers and low in producers. Here several generations of phytoplankton are thus consumed by a … Read more

Bog vs Swamp vs Marsh

Bog vs Swamp vs Marsh

Introduction A wetland is a place or area whose soil is seasonally or permanently moist. All over the world, there are different types of wetlands, such as marshes, fens, estuaries, mudflats, deltas, coral islands, swamps, bogs, etc. They are different from each other. Their features set them apart from each other. Among all these wetlands, … Read more

Zulu time what does that mean?

Zulu time

Introduction There are different regions in the world and time varies in each region. Zulu time was created to eliminate confusion caused by different time zones. It is basically used as a term for Universal Time Coordinated. This time zone is used in the military and navigation for timekeeping purposes to avoid confusion using other … Read more