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QWerky Naturist Village

It can sometimes be difficult to fit in with a new community when you move home, but Spielplatz in Hertfordshire may take ‘knowing your neighbours’ to a whole new level. The small village, which has an average age of over 60, is Britain’s only naked village!

While Spielplatz may have kept itself secretive and away from […]

By |December 1st, 2014|Newsworthy, People|0 Comments

QWerky Tastebud Insurance

It’s not unheard of for people to insure their most valuable assets, and if it’s vital to their career then it is probably a smart move. Heidi Klum famously insured her long legs for $2m back in 2004, and Dolly Parton has insured her, ahem, most famous assets for $300,000. Apparently it’s not just those […]

By |November 26th, 2014|Newsworthy, People|0 Comments

QWerky Bio-Bus

This is a less-than-sanitary subject to broach, so we’ll keep our descriptive text to a minimum here. As a precautionary measure, maybe you’d like to put your sandwich down before you continue reading…

Done? Good. Well re-usable energy is always a hot topic these days. We are living in a world that is more environmentally-conscious than it […]

By |November 20th, 2014|Newsworthy, Technology|0 Comments

QWerky Worm Nuggets

You may have read recently than insects are being hailed as a nutritious, environmentally friendly substitute to the staple meats that we generally serve for dinner. The UN’s Food and Agricultural Organisation have quite publicly stated that insects are a good source of protein and are healthy, nutritious alternatives to chicken, pork, beef and fish. They […]

By |November 17th, 2014|Newsworthy, People|0 Comments

QWerky Solar Cycle Path

The world’s first solar cycle path has been installed in Amsterdam, and is due to be opened for public use next week. The path consists of solar cells beneath a layer of tempered glass. It will be hooked up to the power grid with the aim of generating electricity for nearby streetlights and houses – […]

By |November 8th, 2014|Newsworthy, Technology|0 Comments

QWerky Vacuum Experiment

What falls faster – a bowling ball or a feather?

It seems like a fairly obvious answer, and I’m sure you would not be surprised, if you dropped both items from the roof of your house, to see the heavy bowling ball plummet to the ground far quicker than the dainty feather. I’m also sure that your mum, dad or […]

By |November 8th, 2014|Newsworthy|0 Comments

QWerky Windowless Plane

We are at an age of technology now where modes of transport are so advanced that flying feels almost as ordinary as driving a car, or taking a ferry. What’s easy to forget though, as we soar above the clouds, is that travelling in a plane offers us the opportunity to see some of the […]

By |November 4th, 2014|Newsworthy|0 Comments

QWerky Submarine Dream

It’s always inspiring to see somebody chasing their dream, whether it be writing a novel, becoming a world famous singer or buying their perfect house … whatever their ambition is, we get a certain delight from seeing somebody pursue it, and even more so from witnessing them achieve it.

Well, Chinese farmer Tan Yong has had […]

By |November 2nd, 2014|Newsworthy|0 Comments