IS YOUR CURIOSITY METER HIGH?
Do aliens exist?
What are the mysteries of the Universe?
How many planets are there in our galaxy?
How does a tree photosynthesis the sunlight ?
How does a Car function?
How well do you know about Human Anatomy?
From the secrets of cosmos to our human body, there are so many questions which are still left unanswered, and to all the answered questions and discoveries we have made, Human curiosity gets all the credits.
Earth is 4.54 billion years old. The earliest evidence we have of humans is from 2.6 million years ago, the Quaternary period. ALL that we have now is the cumulative result of discoveries, inventions, trial and errors that our ancestors engaged in; in curiosity and in hope for a better life. Hence, we indeed have lots to be thankful for and also understand our responsibility to leave a better world for our future generation.
From a toddler to an adult, we probably cannot live, learn and grow without being curious and without asking questions.
Curiosity makes us think, imagine, question and do all that in a non-linear way which is the only way to broaden our horizons.
There are no right or wrong questions, the only way to learn is exploring, questioning, experiencing and understanding.
So next time your child is curious, answer them, excitedly, enthusiastically, as you would never know what discoveries and inventions your child is capable of, with your encouragement.
Also think, what is stopping us as adults to start asking questions, to get curious which in fact will salvage us from our self-created boring, monotonous routines.
“Curiosity is one of the great secrets of happiness.” Bryant H. McGill.
Do you want to be a part of our Curiosity Club and get to know more fascinating facts like this?
Maple seeds spinning as they gently descend and hummingbirds hovering in mid-air, both were inspiration for one very important invention in our history which is Helicopter.
Sophia, a Social Humanoid Robot,created by Hanson Robotics is the world's first robot citizen and the first robot Innovation Ambassador for the United Nations.
The vast majority of flower petals follow the Fibonacci sequence – the lily has three petals, buttercups five, delphiniums eight, corn marigold 13, chicory 21, the daisy 34.Far from being some mystical code, these magic numbers play a functional role in plant growth – ensuring they grow in the most efficient way possible.
The most common shape in nature is the hexagon - a shape with 6 sides. From honeycombs to snowflakes and patterns found on fruit skins, the hexagon is present everywhere.
The most loudest natural sound on Earth is caused by an erupting volcano