WHO Pressures China to Cooperate in COIVD-19 Virus Origin Investigatons
Head of the World Health Organization (WHO), Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, urged China to cooperate with efforts to investigate the origins of the COVID-19 virus. The statements come after the first phase of the international organization's investigations move on to phase two, needing more data and information.
Delta Variant Could Leave Long-Lasting COVID in Infected Individuals
Many young patients infected with the coronavirus disease may suffer long-term COVID symptoms, which is called post-COVID syndrome, amid the surge of the deadly Delta variant. American authorities also noted that the majority of hospitalizations and deaths in recent weeks are among unvaccinated individuals.
SpaceX Starship SN20 Launch Date: When Is It Scheduled for Full Fledged Space Flight?
When will the SpaceX Starship SN20 launch date be? This comes after the race to space has been started by Elon Musk and his fellow billionaires making a stake in space, the next frontier.
New Virus Plagues New Zealand After COVID-19 Pandemic
New Zealand is currently struggling against a new virus epidemic after spending several months without a single reported case of the COVID-19 disease. The syncytial virus has infected dozens of young children who were forced to stay indoors during the lockdowns last year.
Global Warming Effects: NASA Warns US Coasts Will Be Flooded in 10 Years, Here Are Some Flooding Predictions
NASA warns of possible sea level rise as more greenhouse gases accumulate and cause polar melting in the north and south poles, where the bulk of the earth's water is present in frozen ice.
Belgian Woman Dead After Contracting 2 Different COVID-19 Variants, Raising Concerns of Simultaneous Outbreaks
A 90-year-old woman from Belgium reportedly died after contracting two different coronavirus variants in March 2021. Medical professionals said the case showed the possibility that a person can have multiple strains of the COVID-19 virus which could lead to more severe symptoms and death.
Early Earth Was Regularly Struck by City-Size Asteroids for a Few Billion Years After Its Formation
Primeval Earth was regularly struck by city-size asteroids during its first several billion years, this was a time of creation and destruction. At this point, these impacts may have a direct influence on the creation of life on the earth, or it could have been a planet without the life it has now.
Myanmar to Receive 2 Million Vaccine Doses From Russia Amid Surge of COVID-19 Infections, Political Unrest
Russia is set to distribute about two million doses of the coronavirus vaccine to Myanmar amid the country's struggle against the pandemic. The region has been in turmoil since the military coup in February, causing the failing of the elected government's COVID-19 containment program.
Oldest Virus Found? Neanderthals Had Common Colds Older Than Humans Itself By 500,000 Years Old
Science has proof that Neanderthals had common colds which is older than humans. The malady that includes symptoms of sneezes and runny noses have been causing inconvenience to humans in the last 500,000 years with no definite cure.
Early Humans Lived Through a Toba Super Eruption in Indonesia 74,000 Years Ago, Impacting the Environment
When early humans lived through a Toba super eruption in Indonesia, they had a slim chance of surviving a cataclysmic event. It was speculated this event nearly killed off early hominids, instead it was instrumental in human evolution to survive this deadly period, and flourish as a species.
Seven Viking Tombs from the 10th Century With Remains of Eight People Discovered by Swedish Archeologists
The seven Viking tombs from the 10th century were different from the others during that time. Archeologists found evidence of elements from Christian burials in the same period that was only seen in these graves.
Leaked Documents From Thailand Alleged Inefficiency of Sinovac Vaccine in Protecting From COVID-19 Virus
Thailand was riddled with public unrest after leaked documents revealed that an unnamed official recommended against giving health workers the Pfizer vaccine because the country would lose its confidence with Sinovac. Authorities have since worked to appease residents by addressing the issue.
Chinese Astronauts of Tiangong Station Executes First Space Walk, Stayed Out for Seven Hours Working
The people’s Republic of China and its Chinese astronauts on Tiangong Station executes the first Dual spacewalk in seven hours as they were working on the module. It signifies another aspect of the space race which is learning how to operate and maintain a long-term space habitation for Beijing.
Otto the Great's Millennium-Old Church Royal Palace of Helfta Discovered in a German Cornfield Along With Other Artifacts
After lying in a German cornfield for a millennium, the Royal Palace of Helfta constructed by Otto the Great was discovered. Remnants of a 100-foot wall of the Holy Roman structure were found.
Astronauts Genome Editing on ISS Investigating Regeneration of Damaged Cells Causing Cancer
The astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) are investigating the regeneration of damaged cells causing cancer, using Gnome editing to fix cancer cells.