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New Fossil Shows Ancient Human Relative "Walked Like Humans And Climbed Like Apes"

An international team of scientists from New York University, the University of the Witwatersrand and 15 other institutions announced today in the open-access journal ... more

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British Man Becomes The First Person Ever To Get A 3D Printed Eye

A British man became the first person to get fitted with a 3D printed eye. 47-year-old Hackney engineer Steve Verze was given a 3D printed on Thursday, Nov. 25, 2021, a ... more

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The Hubble Space Telescope has captured an incredible image of the star-forming Prawn Nebula.

The Hubble Space Telescope acquired this magnificent image of the nebula floating in deep space.The Hubble Space Telescope caught an incredible image of the Prawn Nebula ... more

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An Indian man was found alive after being pronounced dead and put in a morgue freezer overnight

A 40-year-old Indian man who was seriously hurt by a speeding motorcycle, pronounced dead by mistake, and returned to life in the mortuary freezer, dies five days ... more

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TRAPPIST-1 solar system that's home to potentially habitable planets was not bombarded by rocks like early Earth

According to a new analysis, a large space rock would have pushed the Trappist-1 system's Earthlike planets out of rhythm.TRAPPIST-1 would be an uninteresting star if it ... more

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A 41,500-year-old ivory pendant may be Eurasia's oldest piece of human-decorated jewellery.

Archaeologists in Poland uncovered the remains of a 41,500-year-old pendant made of mammoth ivory and decorated with puncture marks, the oldest piece of jewelry fashioned ... more

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Scientists worry that alien microbes could board our spacecraft and contaminate Earth.

The possibility of extraterrestrial creatures infiltrating is modest, but we are increasing the possibilities.Scientists suggest in new research that the increased need ... more

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NASA launches a suicide spacecraft to deflect an asteroid.

The DART probe, the size of a vehicle, will collide with the Dimorphos'moonlet' at over 24,000 kilometres per hour in an attempt to knock it off track.NASA launched a ... more

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The skeleton of a 30-foot duck-billed dinosaur was discovered in the United States

Missouri dig site is home to at least 4 rare dinosaurs, and there could be more When the Chronister family was excavating a well in the 1940s, they discovered the first ... more

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Albatrosses divorce more frequently when ocean waters warm

Birds match the bill when it comes to fidelity: Over 90% of all bird species are monogamous and — for the most part — faithful, probably none more so than the majestic ... more

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A 1.2 percent ABV was discovered by a Hiker in a Hawaii stream that smelled like beer.

After a local hiker discovered a beer-smelling stream in Waipio, Hawaii, local activists discovered that a nearby drain pipe was leaking alcohol – from a beer distributor ... more

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Artist Recreates Ötzi The Iceman’s 5,300-Year-Old Tattoos On Her Body — Using Her Blood

Nicole Wilson was still in elementary school when she discovered the Ice Age mummy. Stunned by the unusual ink on his body, the now-adult artist went to extreme lengths to ... more

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7 Reasons You Should Book a Professional Electrician

If you are trying to do electrical repairs on your own without the necessary skills and equipment, it can be extremely dangerous for you. In this way, you are not only ... more

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UK Research Recognizes Lobsters, Crabs, and Octopuses As Sentient Beings Capable Of Emotion

Octopuses, crabs, and lobsters will be recognized as sentient beings under UK animal welfare laws after a review concluded there is strong evidence they are capable of ... more

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5 Aboriginal boomerangs recovered in a dried-up riverbank

According to a new study, five unusual "non-returning" boomerangs discovered in a dry riverbed in South Australia were most likely used by Aborigines to hunt waterbirds ... more

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Man Who Has Changed Himself Into 'Black Alien' Has Two Healthy Fingers Separated

In his most recent radical bodily modification, the Frenchman is known as 'Black Alien' has had two of his fingers amputated. You can see a video of him after surgery ... more

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Zebras Are Actually Black With White Stripes, Ecologist Reveals

A leading biologist has revealed that Zebras are actually black with white stripes. Tim Caro, a behavioural and evolutionary ecologist and conservation biologist at the ... more

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MIT Researchers Warn That Leading Marketers Will Start Injecting Ads Into Dreams By "Dream Hacking" In The Next 3 Years

A new research suggests that leading marketers are trying to “inject” advertisements into people’s dreams. A study published by a trio of researchers at Harvard, MIT and ... more

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Woman Diagnosed With Rare Disease That Makes Her Vomit 70 Times A Day

A woman has spoken out about her experience with a rare disease that causes her to vomit up to 70 times each day.Leanne Willan has gastroparesis, a persistent long-term ... more

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Farmers are converting cow faeces into power by using cow pat batteries.

A kilograms of cow faeces can generate enough electricity to power a vacuum cleaner for five hours, therefore Arla's herd of 460,000 could power 1.2 million UK ... more