Science

Rare ‘Blue Moon’ Will Appear in the Sky on Halloween

While he spookiest day of the year may lack costume parties and trick-or-treating amid the pandemic, Halloween will still be enjoyable. A rare ‘blue moon’ will appear in the sky on October 31.
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Study Reveals Wormholes May Allow Humans to Travel Through Space and Time

However, Physicists at Princeton University in the US have used quantum mechanics to find a mathematical loophole, which they believe could lead to the creation of a wormhole large enough to fit humans inside of a spacecraft. Read more.
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Elon Musk Demonstrates Chip Implant on Pig: 'It's Kind of Like a Fitbit in Your Brain'

Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk introduced pigs with computer chips in their brains in a webcast. The entrepreneur unveiled a brain chip impact that potentially could happen in humans.
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Have Coronavirus Questions? You Can Now Skype a Scientist for Free

The news is dominated by stories about virus immunity, antibodies and generally speaking — science. Do you have any coronavirus questions? You can now Skype with a scientist for free.
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You've Been Calculating Your Dog's Age All Wrong

Apparently, one human year does not equal seven in dog years. While the common formula to convert your four-legged friend’s age into the canine equivalent has been to simply multiply it by seven, it has no scientific backing . There's a Better Way Calculate Your Dog's True Age in Dog Years,...
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First Vegetables Grown In Greenhouse

Scientists Harvest 1st Vegetables In Antarctic Greenhouse

BERLIN (AP) — Scientists in Antarctica have harvested their first crop of vegetables grown without earth, daylight or pesticides as part of a project designed to help astronauts cultivate fresh food on other planets. Researchers at Germany's Neumayer Station III say they've picked 3.6 kilograms (8...
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Footprints

Newly Discovered Footprints Thought To Be Oldest In North American History

Researchers in Canada may have discovered the biggest link to humans first coming to the Americas over 13,000 years ago.
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Researchers Develop Eye Drops That Could Eliminate Need For Glasses

Researchers from the Shaare Zedek Medical Center and Bar-Ilan University are convinced they are on the verge of an alternative to glasses, contacts, and Lasik for people with poor vision.
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Woman Sticks Petri Dish Under a Public Restroom Hand Dryer and the Results Are Horrifying

The results of using these hand dryers are drawing national horror and attention.
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