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The “First Recorded” Evidence Of Big Foot Is 50 Year Old

The "First Recorded" Evidence Of Big Foot Is 50 Year Old

Do Aliens exist? What about the Lock Ness Monster? 50 years ago two guys were “strolling through the forest” and caught video evidence of Bigfoot. IT lasts for only 59.5 seconds – but the Patterson-Gimlin film is one of the most infamous and heavily scrutinised works ever produced. The year was 1967, and two cowboys from Washington’s apple country were ... Read More »

Pollution Killed 9 Million People in 2015, Says new research

Pollution Killed 9 Million People in 2015, A New Study Reveals

Pollution causes 16 per cent of all deaths around the globe, according to a Lancet-commissioned study that is the first to analyze together the impact of air, water and soil pollution. A new research authored by more than 40 international health and environmental experts, examined how pollution is linked to disease and death. Researchers estimated that pollution was behind nine ... Read More »

Tablets and Smartphones Hurting Sleep of Teens, Says New Study

Tablets and Smartphones Hurting Sleep of Teens, Says New Study

Teens’ increased use of electronic devices linked to rise in insufficient sleep. New research from Zlatan Krizan, an Iowa State University associate professor of psychology; and Jean Twenge, lead author and San Diego State University professor, found teens who spend more than two hours a day on their smartphones get fewer than seven hours of sleep each night. The research, ... Read More »

Intermittent fasting may help fight obesity, says new research

Intermittent fasting may help fight obesity, says new study

Scientists have determined that up to 16 weeks of intermittent fasting without calorie counting can help fight obesity and metabolic diseases. Intermittent fasting in mice helped to kick-start the animals’ metabolism and to burn fat by generating body heat. The research team was led by Hoon-Ki Sung of The Hospital for Sick Children in Ontario, Canada. Study has shown that ... Read More »

Monstrilloida: Monster discovered in Arctic Ocean (Picture)

Monstrilloida: Monster discovered in Arctic Ocean

A new species of monstrilloid copepod, Monstrillopsis planifrons sp. n., is described from an adult female that was collected beneath snow-covered sea ice during the 2014 Ice Covered Ecosystem – CAMbridge bay Process Study (ICE-CAMPS) in Dease Strait of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Aurelie Delaforge did not purposefully seek this monster out in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut. But she found it, ... Read More »

Innate Social Behaviors in the Mouse Brain, Says New Study

Innate Social Behaviors in the Mouse Brain, Says New Study

Adult male mice have a simple repertoire of innate, or instinctive, social behaviors: When encountering a female, a male mouse will try to mate with it, and when encountering another male, the mouse will attack. The animals do not have to be taught to perform these behaviors. This has led to the widespread presumption among neuroscientists that the brain circuits ... Read More »

Quantum Computing Applied as Artificial Intelligence, says new research

Quantum Computing Applied as Artificial Intelligence

Scientists from Caltech and the University of Southern California (USC) have employed quantum-compatible machine learning techniques to extract a rare Higgs boson signal from copious noise data. Despite the central role of physics in quantum computing, until now, no problem of interest for physics researchers has been resolved by quantum computing techniques. In this new work, the researchers successfully extracted ... Read More »

Doughnut Surrender: Suspect in custody following police Facebook dare

Doughnut Surrender: Suspect in custody following police Facebook dare

Sweet Surrender: Detroit-area man arrested with a dozen doughnuts for police. The fugitive with the alias “Champagne Torino” promised on Facebook for all the world to see: He’d turn himself in to police in suburban Detroit if the cops’ post of his “wanted” photo got 1,000 shares. Responding to Redford Township police, the man posted: ”I’m not worried about it ... Read More »

Gold Star father: Trump Was Respectful

Gold Star father: Trump Was Respectful

Grieving Gold Star Father Says Trump Offered Him $25,000 In A Call, But Never Followed Through. Chris Baldridge, the father of Army Cpl. Dillon Baldridge, told The Washington Post that Trump called him at his home in Zebulon, N.C., a few weeks after his 22-year-old son and two fellow soldiers were gunned down by an Afghan police officer in a ... Read More »