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Plan to retrieve Titanic radio spurs debate on human remains

“Fifteen hundred people died in that wreck. You can’t possibly tell me that some human remains aren’t buried deep somewhere where there are no currents.” NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — People…

More Humans Are Growing an Extra Artery in Our Arms, Showing We’re Still Evolving

Picturing how our species might appear in the far future often invites wild speculation over stand-out features such as height, brain size, and skin complexion. Yet subtle shifts in our anatomy today demonstrate how…

Scientists Claim To Have Found Why The Time Always Move Forward

Have you ever considered the time that why it always moves forward and never backward, why? This question continues to be making physicists curious. But, there are some physical cases…

COVID-19 virus can survive for up to 28 days on common surfaces, study finds

LOS ANGELES – From the moment you wake up and turn off your morning alarm, you can come into contact with many surfaces: your phone, your computer, door handles — the list…

Babies Are Not Being Born With Wisdom Teeth Anymore

Future generations won’t have to deal with the pain of teething as an adult because many babies are no longer being born with wisdom teeth.  Australian researchers have found that…

Scientists discover 24 ‘superhabitable’ planets with conditions that are better for life than Earth

Using a list of criteria, researchers identified a total of 24 planets which could be habitable out of a known 4,500. A total of 24 “superhabitable” planets may have conditions…

Cockroach species found to live like ants with workers and a queen

Cockroaches can team up. A South American species is the first cockroach known to live in group nests with workers and a queen, like honeybees or leaf-cutter ants. “All cockroaches…

CT Scans Reveal 1,000-Year-Old Mummy Of Chinese Monk Hidden Inside Ancient Buddhist Statue

A CT scan of a Buddhist statue from the 11th or 12th century has revealed an extraordinary secret – it houses the mummy of an ancient Chinese Buddhist monk whose organs…

Flat Earthers Spend $20,000 Trying to Prove Earth Is Flat, Accidentally Prove It’s Round

The Flat Earth Society will go an extra mile to blast science, and sometimes they even pay thousands of dollars to prove “ordinary people” wrong. Agreeing on one simple theory…

Hints of life spotted on Venus: researchers have found a possible biomarker on the planet’s clouds

An international team of astronomers today announced the discovery of a rare molecule — phosphine — in the clouds of Venus. On Earth, this gas is only made industrially or…