Author: PeterRogers

Aromatherapy for your mood

Rosemary Essential Oil Properties Rosemary oil iѕ uѕеd widely fоr hair care in shampoo аnd lotions. It helps stimulate hair follicles. It iѕ аlѕо beneficial fоr dry аnd flaky scalps. Whеn added tо shampoo it nоt оnlу increases thе circulation tо thе scalp аnd thеrеbу improving hair growth, but аlѕо acts аѕ a general conditioner…

Fun, Jokes, and Online Games

Humor Across Cultures Though the various forms of verbal humor are not limited to any one country or nationality, many people are more or less noted for certain types. Americans are said to be fond of hyperbole, an intentional exaggeration for emphasis or humorous effect. “It’s raining cats and dogs,” is an example. Also, “I…

Watch Free Movies and Videos

100 Years of Movies CINEMA was less the product of a specific invention than the culmination of some 75 years of international research and experimentation. In 1832 the phenakistoscope, invented by Belgian Joseph Plateau, successfully reconstituted movement from a series of drawings. In France, thanks to Joseph Niepce and Louis Daguerre, a photographic process to…

Free Recipes and Cookbooks

The Oldest Recipes? The French magazine Science Illustree reports that after ten years of work, a team of researchers from Yale University has deciphered what appear to be some of the world’s oldest recipes. The recipes are part of a cuneiform text that was inscribed on several clay tablets discovered at the site of the…

Free Music and mp3 Downloads

The origin of music and song more or less coincides with the beginning of human history. Numerous musical instrument have been made throughout mankind’s existence, and about the 11th century, a system of writing music was adopted. Reference works say that opera had its origin in Florence, Italy, at the end of the 16th century.  …

Free Online Greeting and Ecards

Most people today believe that the Chinese were the first to invent what might be called the greeting card. These cards was used to exchange goodwill tidings on the New Year. The ancient Egyptians also exchanged written greetings on papyrus scrolls. However, these early greeting cards were generally not accessible to the common people. This…