0 Comments
It emerged that scientists are integrating clusters of human brain cells into rodent brains in a bid to treat a number of illnesses from Alzheimers to Zika. The respected MIT Technology Review reported researchers have used contoversial stem cell techniques to grow tiny clumps of human brain called organoids. These organoids have been almost routinely
0 Comments
Professor Hawking sent a dire forecast for the future of humanity, telling the Tencent WE Summit Earth will be destroyed by 2600. The 75-year old said overpopulation will lead to unsustainable amount of energy consumption which will ultimately finish in the end of the world. The theoretical physicist said the world’s population has been growing
0 Comments
A very bright fireball exploded over northern Germany around 20:56 UTC (21:56 CET) on November 6, 2017. The event lasted between 3 and 20 seconds. The American Meteor Society (AMS), received 23 reports by 13:00 UTC, November 8. The event was seen from Germany, Sweeden, Norway, Netherlands, Belgium, and France.  Video courtesy T. Nielsen, AMS Nobody
0 Comments
The Aurora Borealis tinged the skies an eerie green in parts of Britain last night. A particularly strong solar wind was behind the dazzling phenomenon, which is caused by particles from the Sun striking the Earth’s magnetic field. There is a “definite possibility” that the Northern Lights will be visible again tonight according to Dr
0 Comments
The Indian Medical Association declared a public health emergency on Tuesday, November 7, 2017, as toxic smog engulfed Indian capital Delhi. In some areas, Air Quality Index (AQI) reached a maximum of 999 and went beyond what instruments could measure. According to Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the smoke-laden air from Punjab and Haryana, and moisture-heavy winds
0 Comments
Indonesian authorities have raised the alert level for Mount Lokon in Tomohon, North Sulawesi to waspada (Level II) on Monday, November 5, 2017, amid increased volcanic activity detected under the volcano. Residents and visitors are prohibited from coming within 1.5 km (0.93 miles) from the crater on Monday, after increased seismic activity marked by tremors since