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It has long been thought that one of the reasons we humans developed large brains was to allow us to maintain complex social structures. But the social system of a small-headed guineafowl now suggests that large brains are not necessarily a requirement for complex multi-levelled societies.   Even amongst a crowd, vulturine guineafowl (Acryllium vulturinum) can
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Something strange is happening in America. Research shows fewer Americans are identifying with organised religion, but in pockets of the country, a seeming explosion in new-found faith borders on the miraculous.   Take Vermont, for example. After 2016, the number of families professing deep religious convictions spiked suddenly by over seven times, a new study
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In November 1990, archaeologists found a burial cave in south Jerusalem, containing 12 bone boxes, two of which featured the inscription “Caiaphas” – the name given to the Jewish high priest who was behind the crucifixion of Jesus according to the Gospels of the New Testament. Alongside the finds, two Roman-era nails were found, one inside the
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When it comes to squeezing maximum amounts of energy out of the daylight hours, plants have a head start thanks to evolution. Now, engineers have designed solar panels that mimic the sunflower’s sun-chasing talent, through clever use of nanotechnology.   By moulding temperature-sensitive materials into thin, supportive structures, scientists have come up with tiny ‘stems’
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It’s the closest thing we’ve seen to real-life Transformers: robotic blocks that can travel independently, attach themselves to each other in predefined structures, follow paths and light sources, and more.   MIT researchers just released video footage of these new M-Blocks 2.0 cubes in action, and we can’t stop watching. They can shuffle themselves into
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A miracle is an event that can not be explained by natural or scientific laws, often attributed to a supernatural being. For Christians, the Bible tells the story of Jesus’ said miracles, including walking on water, turning water into wine and the resurrection. The stories have come under fire from many atheists, who claim they are no more than myths and legends
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Self-styled research scientist Michael Horn argued that sci-fi disaster films have helped create the narrative that a city-destroying asteroid is only an issue for the city in question. Mr Horn, who says Billy Meier, the Ufoglist he represents has spoken to aliens, explained that there would be many more ramifications beyond the initial impact. A
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An “alien base” has been discovered on the moon – 100 percent proving the existence of extraterrestrial life, according to conspiracy theorists. Self-proclaimed extraterrestrial life expert Scott Waring took to this etdatabase.com blog to speculate about the bizarre lunar anomalies. He said: “Each crater found in this NASA photo of Earth’s Moon has an alien
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The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, is a loosely defined region in the North Atlantic Ocean, where a number of aircraft and ships have disappeared. The vicinity of this so-called triangle is among the most heavily travelled shipping lanes in the world, with vessels frequently crossing through it for ports in the Americas, Europe and the Caribbean islands. Popular culture has attributed various