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FORENSIC QUIZ – 5

Why is it impossible to obtain finger prints from textiles such as fabric, clothings and carpet? A) because textiles almost always contain synthetic materials. B) because most modern Fabre’s are treated with fluorocarbons to repel moisture. C) because textiles fibres are resistant to the powders used to dust for prints. D) because textiles are very absorbent. Please give your answer in the comment box below.

Appearances can be deceptive

Today, I have two stories for you. Both of them are true. Here’s the first one: Maxwell Morrison was well and truly screwed. He was standing in a courtroom in Bangkok, waiting for his sentence. The offence was drug trafficking, and if found guilty, the sentence would be life in one of the most horrific prisons in the world. The problem was that Maxwell was innocent. the drugs had been found stashed in a musical Read more about Appearances can be deceptive[…]

Benefits of indoor plants

      Benefits of indoor plants Reducing carbon dioxide levels Increasing humidity Reducing levels of certain pollutants, such as benzene and nitrogen dioxide Reducing airborne dust levels Keeping air temperatures down Plants help lower background noise Plants have long been used to reduce noise from busy roads Plants are incredibly beneficial to indoor work spaces ,they also have air purifying qualities All plants can act as air cleaners but some are more beneficial than Read more about Benefits of indoor plants[…]

Titanic and Futility( by Morgan Robertson) – similarity.

In 1898, 14 years before the sinking of the Titanic, fantasy writer Morgan Robertson wrote the novel Futility, which told the story of a ship that was sunk — and which bore the name The Titan. But it wasn’t just the name where we can see an uncanny coincidence. Both the fictional (THE TITAN) and real ship (THE TITANIC) were described as unsinkable, had similar technical characteristics, lacked a suitable number of lifeboats, and collided Read more about Titanic and Futility( by Morgan Robertson) – similarity.[…]