Puzzling New Research Shows The Rate Of Expansion In The Universe Varies In Different Locations

Puzzling New Research Shows The Rate Of Expansion In The Universe Varies In Different Locations

Scientists have conducted a new study which shows that the universe’s rate of expansion differs markedly when nearby locations are compared with distant ones. New research has shown that the universe’s rate of expansion is even odder than scientists had thought, with…

NASA Said It Has Plans To Send A Man To Mars In The 2030s

NASA Said It Has Plans To Send A Man To Mars In The 2030s

According to a retired International Space Station Commander, they have had the technology since sending an astronaut to the moon. Chris Hadfield is causing a lot of shock over a statement he made, saying that the exact same technology that took a…

Archaeologists In Egypt Have Found A Mummification Workshop That Dates Back To Over 2,500 Years Ago

Archaeologists In Egypt Have Found A Mummification Workshop That Dates Back To Over 2,500 Years Ago

The mummification workshop and shaft that were discovered were in use during the Saite-Persian Period from 664 to 404 BCE. Archaeologists in Egypt have made the remarkable new discovery of a mummification workshop near the pyramids, which is reported to date back…

Study Claims NASA May Have Found Organics On Mars 40 Years Ago But Accidentally Destroyed The Samples

Study Claims NASA May Have Found Organics On Mars 40 Years Ago But Accidentally Destroyed The Samples

In 1976, the twin Viking landers may have stumbled upon what would have been the first organic material samples discovered on Mars, but ended up torching the evidence by accident. As the Inquisitr recently reported, NASA kept the scientific community on the…

Victorian-style chalk slates help GCSE children get ahead in school

Victorian-style chalk slates help GCSE children get ahead in school

Forget tablets and laptops! Victorian era chalk slates help teenagers get ahead by two months because they get instant feedback, scientists claim Chalkboards died out in classrooms with the advent of interactive whiteboards Individual chalk slates can be used to provide children…

Footballers who feign injury use the same technique as early humans

Footballers who feign injury use the same technique as early humans

Footballers who feign injury on the pitch are using the same technique employed by early humans to manipulate others before speech developed Those who could  exaggerate pain would have had a distinct survival advantage This is because they can attract people’s attention more…

Facebook loophole allowed collection of personal data in closed groups

Facebook loophole allowed collection of personal data in closed groups

Facebook loophole allowed third-party firms to collect personal information from people in ‘closed’ groups without their knowledge The loophole in Facebook was first unearthed by the BRCA Sisterhood  This ‘closed’ group was created for women living with a breast cancer gene Private…

South Africa Debuts Its Brand-New MeerKAT Super Telescope With A Glorious Image Of The Milky Way

South Africa Debuts Its Brand-New MeerKAT Super Telescope With A Glorious Image Of The Milky Way

In the early 2020s, MeerKAT will be integrated into an even bigger telescope, 50 times more powerful than Hubble. Earlier today, South Africa unveiled its new super radio telescope, a 64-dish instrument dubbed MeerKAT. Built by the South African Radio Astronomy Observatory…

Mexico’s killer quake revealed unknown temple built INSIDE a pyramid

Mexico’s killer quake revealed unknown temple built INSIDE a pyramid

Damage from Mexico’s killer quake reveals unknown temple built INSIDE a pyramid Pre-Hispanic cultures often built one temple over another, archaeologists say The smaller, older temple inside probably dates to 1150 to 1200, and rewrites the history of the area Archaeologists say…

Tiny algae triggered a mass extinction 445 million years ago

Tiny algae triggered a mass extinction 445 million years ago

Tiny algae may have triggered a mass extinction that wiped out three quarters of marine life 445 million years ago, scientists claim Growing populations of algae absorbed carbon dioxide from the atmosphere Without the presence of the gas, the planet rapidly cooled,…

Archaeologists Have Uncovered Ancient Remnants In Turkey Of The Final Battle Between The Persians And Lydians

Archaeologists Have Uncovered Ancient Remnants In Turkey Of The Final Battle Between The Persians And Lydians

The artifacts are reported to date back to the defeat of the Lydian Kingdom in 546 BC at the hands of Cyrus the Great, the founder of the Persian Empire. In a profoundly exciting discovery, archaeologists in Turkey have uncovered ancient military…

Over 540 arrested in China for online football gambling

Over 540 arrested in China for online football gambling

Underground World Cup gambling ring busted in China with $1.5 million in illegal bets stored in Bitcoin and other crypto-coins China has cracked down on online gambling during this years World Cup  They arrested more than 540 suspects in the southern province…

Facebook removes

Facebook removes

Facebook forced to stop using ‘treason’ as a tag to identify users’ interests amid fears it could be used to track ‘subversives’ Danish state broadcaster DR revealed the existence of the tag Facebook called it an ‘interest category’ but has now removed…