• Which is deadlier, Hurricanes or Tornados?
  • How did the rings of Saturn form?
  • How to enrich uranium?
  • Why leaves fall during winter?
  • What will be the inside of a nuclear submarine like and how does it work?
  • What is the story behind the “The 1,001 Arabian Nights”?
  • Where did Leonardo da Vinci meet Mona Lisa?

If you are a genius who knows the answer to all the above questions, then this is not for you. But if you are a humble mortal like me who doesn’t know many of the answers and am interested in finding them and many more on a variety of subjects like astronomy, medicine, archaeology, technology, and more, then KnowledgeNews is the place for you.

Michael Himick and Steve Sampson started KnowledgeNews in March 2002 as a weekly email service. KnowledgeNews become a daily newsletter in March 2004. Since then KnowledgeNews has been enriching the brains of thousands of people all over the world with their daily dose of information capsules.

KnowledgeNews is a treasure trove of information on a number of subjects—information that cannot be found on other sites or books, information that is well researched, distilled, condensed and presented in a clear, concise and extremely readable form. Once you sign up for KnowledgeNews, you don’t have to go searching for the knowledge; it will be delivered to you every day without fail. You just have to open your mail and read. For those who want to learn more about the topic, the helpful people at KnowledgeNews usually provides links to relevant sources.

Every Friday, KnowledgeNews brings out a special edition—Discoveries—a newsletter containing the week’s top discoveries, bringing you closer to new knowledge and putting you on the frontier of knowledge.

I have been reading the KnowledgeNews newsletters for more than a year. The quality, timeliness and relevancy of the information that I receive everyday have never ceased to amaze me. For example given below are the topics of the last two weeks (from 8th August to 19th August)

  1. The Price of Gas (oil)
  2. Belly Up to the Galactic Bar
  3. How Now Mad Cow?
  4. Goodbye Gaza
  5. Mission to Mars
  6. West Nile in Middle America
  7. Evolutionary Argument
  8. Cloning 101
  9. Space Shuttle Re-entry

I recommend KnowledgeNews to all—irrespective of your age, profession, qualification or country. It will stimulate and refresh your brain, it will reveal secrets that are unknown to you, it will take you to places you have never gone, it will enrich your mind, and above all it will be an enjoyable experience.

1 Comment

  1. Don Bersing Said,

    February 5, 2006 @ 3:34 am

    I have been one of the original “lifetime” subscribers, but for the past several months have not been receiving my email editions – is the company, Knowledge News, still in business?


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