This small waterfall located in the Shale Creek Preserve along a section of the Chestnut Ridge Park, near Buffalo New York has a rather interesting phenomena associated with it. The aptly named “Eternal Flame Falls” sits on a pocket of natural methane gas, which seeps out through a fracture in the rocks behind the waterfall.
Japanese who are famous for their innovations have once again done another impossible. Square Watermelons, and yes this was achieved the natural way without using any of the scientific approaches. For years consumers struggled to fir those large round melons in their refrigerators or other storage places which was usually followed by another problem of how... View Article
Yosemite is a home of hundreds of waterfalls and the best time to see its beautiful waterfalls is during spring when most of the snow melts. Peak flow occurs near May to June and most of the waterfalls gets dry or trickling by the end of August as snow melt is the lifeline of these waterfalls. Some... View Article