The arrival of the Normans in the later half of the eleventh century greatly altered The Anglo-Saxon ways of living. The skill of the Normans surpassed the Anglo-Saxons' in architecture and agriculture at the time of the conquest. But before focusing on home-life or having the occasion to think about domestic architecture or decoration, the Normans… Read More


The first example of a sugary drinks tax in the USA came in February 2014, when it was approved by the city of Berkley, California. The taxation is supposed to reduce sugary drink consumption and boost the consumption of healthier drinks, such as water from fountains. Research was executed to find out the reputation of local drinking water fountain… Read More


An otherwise boring ambiance can be pepped up with an indoor wall fountain. Your senses and your health can benefit from the putting in of one of these indoor features. Science supports the theory that water fountains are good for you. Modern-day machines create positive ions which are balanced out by the negative ions discharged by water features.… Read More


Modern-day travelers have made world cruises increasingly popular, compelling many cruise companies to include these trips on their schedules. More than 25 million people travel across the world’s seas, oceans, and rivers on a yearly basis, but this figure is likely to surge steadily in the coming years. Globetrotters these days find themsel… Read More


When in equilibrium, liquid applies force to its container or any other material it comes in contact with. These fall into two types, hydrostatic load or outside force. The force applied by the liquid against a level wall is equivalent at every single point where it makes contact with the wall. Liquid in equilibrium will apply vertical pressure at … Read More