Coronavirus Patient Zero? Man in US Not Infected in January, Antibody Tests Suggest
Evidence is suggesting the first coronavirus patient in the US was not in January, but in December and patient zero was not in Washington state because of the antibody test obtained earlier than that.
Scientists Speculate That Coronavirus Can Exploit ‘Hidden Mutations,’ Increases Its Chances to Kill the Host
It seems the coronavirus might be deadlier if it can find genetic loopholes that are common in most individuals. These loopholes are used to attack host cells DNA and RNA that might account for what is happening with children and young people getting sick with the virus.
Fact Check: Solar Minimum Only Has Minimal Effects on Weather
Our Sun has entered its own lockdown period as the solar minimum is set to cause freezing weather and possibly famine
US Navy Tries to Uncover Identities of Baffling Objects Emerging from Water
In 2004, the USS Nimitz was involved in the most unusual sightings in modern times, pitting the best tech on earth against the unknown. But were they probing one of the most powerful warships on earth?
Humankind's Earliest Days Revealed Modernized Communities, Reflected in Fossilized Footprints
Researchers discovered well-preserved footprints that indicate a group of hunter-gatherers forming communities
Asymptomatic Cats May Spread Coronavirus to Humans
A laboratory experiments suggest that cats may spread the coronavirus to humans without ever showing signs or symptoms
Face Masks That Detects Coronavirus by Lighting Up Currently Being Engineered
Creating a mask that can detect the coronavirus will be advantageous to everyone. Once the tech is completed, it is cheaper and is less expensive to make as well.
Armed Forces Use Insect Repellent Citriodiol to Avoid Coronavirus
It seems even bug spray is used to fight the contagion and things are getting weird to say the least. In the UK they are taking it to the extreme and rubbing insecticide is way out there!
Scientists Spot an Earth-Like Plant But Is It Habitable?
Astronomers discover a very rare planet that has the same characteristics as Earth and it is 25,000 light-years away. Can it be called our second home?
Scientists Find Out That a Billion Years is Missing in the Geologic Record, So Where is It?
One puzzle that scientists must solve, and find out why it has disappeared in the first place. A gap will leave too many questions, how and what transpired during that time.
Chinese Space Junk Crashes Into Earth's Atmosphere
The last instance a heavy object had an uncontrolled slamming into our planet was 1991. It was a 43-ton Salyut-7 Soviet space station.
Former NASA Scientist Says Rock Samples from Mars May Carry 'Alien Viruses'
Amid the fears that COVID-19 has caused, a former NASA Scientist said that rocks brought back from Mars may contain viruses that are out of this world.
Men Produces More Enzymes Which Allows COVID-19 Entry in Body
Men are more susceptible to worse ravages of the virus because the protein can be found in major organs and in the bloodstream. It seems the density has many factors to determine it.
Bats Might Have ‘Super Immunity’ That Helps Them Resist Ill-Effects of the MERS Coronavirus
There might be more to the way bats can resist zoonotic virus and still have their immune system working. Scientists are quite sure that these mammals hole the key to unlocking a cure.
Sea Creature Cannibalism: Comb Jellies Eat Their Babies, Leading to Its Scarce Population
Cannibalism may simply be a fact of life for comb jellies. They live in nutrient-poor waters outside their natural habitats.