"My advice to you is get married: if you find a good wife, you'll be happy; if not, you'll become a philosopher." –Socrates

Well, Socrates knew what life was about, or so it seems. In fact, people in ancient Greece seemed like they knew several things about life, economics, politics, etc. because most of the western civilization exists thanks to them. We still study important figures at school or in college, in math class, or even our language; everything comes from that period in history. And when you travel to Greece, you can see that country is still filled with all the nostalgia and incredibly ancient buildings from that moment. Si, if you are, like me, a huge fan of history, this is the article for you. Enjoy!

Of course you must know what I'm talking about, but in case you live under a rock, Game of thrones is a hugely recognized and award winning TV Show created by HBO, but it is actually based on the Books from the saga called A Song of Ice and Fire, written by George R R Martin. He created a mysteries and fantastic world called Westeros that is filled with white walkers, dragons, direwolfs and plenty of magic. It is definitely one of my favorite shows, and that is why I made this list of unknown facts from the show. For example, did you know that George R. R Martin attended to Daenerys wedding during season 1, but didn't make the cut? Enjoy these facts, with some random pictures of the show!

We all know that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but sometimes beauty if fund in the places you'd never expect, even in the cellular realm. With the help of a microscope, scientists can isolate some of the most common or deadly viruses and analyse if there's a definitive cure for them. Though some of them aren't something we want to have near, their strange beauty is striking and unexpected. We'll take you to a cellular tour of some of the responsible of illness and we'll try to find something beautiful through the lenses of a scientific microscope.