Science

  • Scientists Accidentally Create Enzyme That Eats Plastic
  • Scientists Accidentally Create Enzyme That Eats

    • 4 days   ago
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    Science is weird, isn’t it? One minute you’re looking for alternative methods of creating renewable energy and the next you’ve accidentally created an enzyme which devours plastic.

  • Flat-Earther Finally Launched Himself To 'Space' On His Homemade Rocket. Here's How It Went
  • Flat-Earther Finally Launched Himself To 'Space'

    • 3 weeks   ago
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    “Mad” Mike Hughes, the world’s only flat-Earther rocket man, finally blasted off on his well-publicized mission yesterday before crashing back down to reality, shaken but relatively unharmed.
    Giving him due

  • Earth Hour to take place at 8:30pm on Saturday
  • Earth Hour to take place at 8:30pm on Saturday

    • 4 weeks   ago
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    Lights will be turned off across the country on Saturday evening to mark the 11th annual Earth Hour event.
    Launched in 2007 by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), the hour asks people to turn off non-essential electric ligh

  • Stephen Hawking, Best Known Physicist Since Albert Einstein, Dies At 76
  • Stephen Hawking, Best Known Physicist Since

    • 1 month ago
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    Stephen Hawking's works include the theoretical prediction that black holes emit radiation, often called Hawking radiation.
    Stephen Hawking has died at the age of 76, his family spokesperson said today. The renowned Briti

  • 'Oldest tattoo' found on 5,000-year-old Egyptian mummies
  • 'Oldest tattoo' found on 5,000-year-old Egyptian

    • 2 months   ago
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    The illustrations are of a wild bull and a Barbary sheep on the upper-arm of a male mummy, and S-shaped motifs on the upper-arm and shoulder of a female.
    The discovery pushes back evidence for the practice in Africa by 1,000

  • Alien Life In Our Solar System? Study Hints At Saturn's Moon
  • Alien Life In Our Solar System? Study Hints At

    • 2 months   ago
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    Humanity may need look no further than our own Solar System in the search for alien life, researchers probing one of Saturn's moons said Tuesday.
    The icy orb known as Enceladus may boast ideal living conditions for single

  • Google Earth Captures Mysterious Line Spanning 13,000 Miles Across Earth
  • Google Earth Captures Mysterious Line Spanning

    • 2 months   ago
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    A strange line across the Earth was discovered by well-known conspiracist Tyler Glockner yesterday (February 23).
    Tyler posted a video to his YouTube channel secureteam10.
    He regularly

  • Astronaut Kept Space Treasure Secret From NASA Until His Deathbed
  • Astronaut Kept Space Treasure Secret From NASA

    • 2 months   ago
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    Yep, the headline’s right people – an astronaut found sunken treasure from way up in space and kept the thing secret until his dying days.
    In a way, it’s the ultimate selfish act. ‘Oh that old thing? Y

  • Sheep-human hybrids pave the future for organ transplants: Scientists
  • Sheep-human hybrids pave the future for organ

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    Stanford University researchers have successfully created the first human-sheep hybrids, which can pave the way towards revolutionising organ transplants. 
    By introducing human stem cells into sheep embryos, the Stanford

  • Mystery of 'Screaming Egyptian Mummy' Which Has Baffled Archaeologists for Years Finally Resolved
  • Mystery of 'Screaming Egyptian Mummy' Which Has

    • 2 months   ago
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    The "Screaming Mummy" mystery from ancient Egypt has baffled experts for years but the secret behind the horrifying remains has finally been resolved.
    When archaeologists first uncovered the mummified body they were

  • Flat Earth Rocket Man Will Take to the Sky in February
  • Flat Earth Rocket Man Will Take to the Sky in

    • 3 months   ago
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    'Mad' Mike Hughes wants to prove the world is flat, so he's going to space.
    “Mad” Mike Hughes wants to go to space, and he’s not waiting around for anyone to help him get there. So he’s goi

  • The first monkeys have been created in a lab. Are humans next?
  • The first monkeys have been created in a lab. Are

    • 3 months   ago
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    Scientists in China have created the first monkeys cloned by the same process that produced Dolly the sheep more than 20 years ago, a breakthrough that could boost medical research into human diseases.
    The two long-tailed mac

  • Burj Khalifa-Sized 'Potentially Hazardous' Asteroid To Pass By Earth Next Month: Top Things To Know
  • Burj Khalifa-Sized 'Potentially Hazardous'

    • 3 months   ago
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    A giant asteroid, bigger than world's tallest building – Burj Khalifa, will fly past our planet within two weeks.
    Here are the top things to know about the space rock:

  • UFO Or Balloon? Netizens Mock Newspaper Editor For Publishing Photos Of 'Mysterious Object' [Video]
  • UFO Or Balloon? Netizens Mock Newspaper Editor

    • 3 months   ago
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    Richard Emblin, the editor-in-chief of major Columbian newspaper The City Paper, had clicked pictures of a mysterious object hovering in the skies of South America. He apparently believed it was a shape-shifting UFO, but netizens proved him