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Research Documents the Rise of Sex “Trend” Called “Stealthing”

Removing condom without asking partner is a dangerous trend, A New Study Reveals

A new study explores the phenomenon of “stealthing” ― the purposefully nonconsensual removal of condoms during sex ― and how those who fall victim to the practice can move forward. The study, by Alexandra Brodsky for the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law, is an important addition to the literature and conversation about how we define sexual assault, sexual violence, and ... Read More »

Researchers Discover a New Phenomenon in Night Skies (Photo)

Researchers Discover a New Phenomenon in Night Skies

Scientists are calling it “Steve,” and it is puzzling scientists around the world who can’t explain why it’s happening. The light had been referred to as a proton arc among aurora watchers, but when University of Calgary associate professor Eric Donovan came across the photos, he knew that could not be. Proton aurora are not visible — although Professor Donovan ... Read More »

Most Habitable Planets Will Be Waterworlds, A New Study Reveals

Most Habitable Planets Will Be Waterworlds, A New Study Reveals

A majority of habitable planets may be water worlds that lack dry land and are dominated by oceans that cover 90 percent of their surface area, a new study has suggested. A team of researchers from the University of Barcelona, Spain, has created a statistical model based on Bayesian probability to predict the ratio of land and water on exoplanets ... Read More »

Not till 2020: Avatar sequels get official release dates

Not till 2020: Avatar sequels get official release dates

“Avatar 2” will be released on Dec. 18, 2020. The long-awaited sequels to James Cameron’s blockbuster movie “Avatar” finally get their official release dates. The release dates were revealed through the franchise’s official Facebook page yesterday. The currently untitled sequel will hit theatres on December 18th 2020, with respective follow-ups released on December 17th 2021, December 20th 2024, and December ... Read More »

Frito-Lay recalls some potato chips “Report”

Frito-Lay recalls some potato chips, Report

Frito-Lay issued a voluntary recall of Jalapeño Flavored Lay’s Kettle Cooked potato chips and Jalapeño Flavored Miss Vickie’s Kettle Cooked potato chips on Friday.  A supplier recalled the seasoning blend, Frito-Lay said. No salmonella was found in the seasoning supplied to Frito-Lay, but the company recalled the chips on Friday “out of an abundance of caution,” according to a press release. No ... Read More »

Tree spotted on Mars, claims alien hunter “Video”

Possible Tree Stump Found On Mars? (Video)

ALIEN hunters have been left doing somersaults amid astonishing claims they have found an alien skull and an ancient tree stump on the surface of mars. ‘This object definitely looks out of place and in my opinion could be the petrified remnants of a Martian tree,’ the alien hunter and YouTuber shared in the video description. ‘Object is around 3 ... Read More »

Researchers debunk theory that hobbits were man’s cousin

Researchers debunk theory that hobbits were man's cousin

Scientists discover that strange hobbits were not shrunken versions of humanity’s ancient ancestor, Homo erectus. H. floresiensis, or the “Flores hobbit”, was only found in 2003, when researchers on the Indonesian island of Flores unearthed the remains of a previously unknown member of the human family. The study was published in the Journal of Human Evolution. The bones, uncovered deep ... Read More »

Cassini Snaps Earth as It Readies Grand Finale (Photo)

Cassini Snaps Earth as It Readies Grand Finale (Photo)

NASA on Thursday released a photo taken from the Cassini spacecraft that shows a tiny-looking Earth from the view between Saturn’s icy rings. The spacecraft captured the view on April 12, 2017 at 10:41 p.m. PDT (1:41 a.m. EDT). Cassini was 870 million miles (1.4 billion kilometers) away from Earth when the image was taken. Although far too small to ... Read More »