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.
Is Iceland a Small Part of Super Continent Pangaea? [THEORY]
Scientists believe that Iceland is a small part of Super Continent Pangaea. Another hidden Continent Icelandia will extend from Greenland to Europe.
Series of Powerful Weather Phenomena Strike New Zealand, Grounding Flights and Closing Roads
New Zealand cancelled dozens of flights and closed down multiple roads after a powerful Antarctic polar blast swept through the region, causing temperatures to plummet. Weather experts also warned of potential dangers on both land and sea due to the snow the weather brought.
Combining Different COVID-19 Vaccines Produces 'Robust' Immune Response, Study Finds
An Oxford University study discovered that mixing two different coronavirus vaccines produced high immune response among patients. Researchers observed the effects of administering AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines on infected individuals with a four-week gap, and noticed varying efficacies.
Stele Dating Back 2,600 Years Tells of a Pharaoh Who Was Murdered by His Subjects
An accidental discovery of a stone tablet or stele dating back 2,600 years tells of a Pharaoh who was murdered by his subjects.
Massive Coronavirus Epidemic Struck Mankind More Than 20,000 Years Ago, Study Reveals
Scientists discovered that an extensive coronavirus epidemic struck mankind more than 20,000 years ago.
Siberian Cave Yields DNA Showing that Denisovans and Neanderthals Were Cohabiting About 44,000 Years Ago
A surprise discovery of DNA inside a Siberian cave suggests something about human evolution: evidence has been discovered that Denisovans and Neanderthals were cohabiting in caves about 44,000 years ago.
Discovery of Deleted COVID-19 Sequences Raises Suspicions About China's Secrecy
A Seattle researcher recently discovered deleted COVID-19 sequences after rummaging through Google Cloud's storage. The discovery provides new insights to the origin of the coronavirus but falls short of conclusively determining the time and place.
Older Volcanoes That Erupt Less Often Produce More Dangerous Explosions, New Research Reveals
A new research concluded that older volcanoes that do not erupt as often could produce more hazardous explosions.
Earth Has a Mysterious Heartbeat of Geologic Changes Every 27.5 Million Years That Baffles Scientists
Scientists have discovered that the Earth possesses a mysterious heartbeat of geologic changes every 27.5 million years, which causes changes on the planet. It is unknown what causes this mysterious pattern in our world.
COVID-19 Affects Human Brain, Causes 'Brain Fog' Resulting to Seizures, Depression, and Other Conditions
A new UK study was the first to discovered a potential link betwee delibitating brain effects and the coronavirus disease. Researchers observed MRI brain scans from nearly a decade ago and compared them to the most recent scans and found deterioration in some areas of the brain.
The Russians Once Covered up a Deadly Lab Leak, Scientist Says Investigating the Origins of COVID-19 is 'Critical'
Dozens of people from Sverdlovsk got sick in 1979. It was later confirmed to be Anthrax from a lab leak. Could history be repeating itself?
Biden Urges US Citizens to Get Vaccinated As Delta COVID-19 Variant Continues to Spread, Could Become Dominating Strain
United States President Joe Biden urged Americans to get vaccinated as soon as possible as the Delta COVID-19 virus variant continues to spread across the country. The director of the CDC said the new strain could become the dominant force in the country if vaccinations fail to deliver.
Ancient Turkish Carvings on 3,200-Year-Old Stone Is a Pre-Historic Hittite Calendar and Cosmic Map
Discovery of ancient Turkish stone carvings on a 3,200-year-old stone that contains the Ancient Hittite calendar and cosmic map found by the French historian and archaeologist Charles Texier in 1834.
Delta COVID-19 Variant Spreads Across Indonesia, Killing At Least 5 Doctors, 1 Nurse
Indonesian authorities are struggling to contain a new outbreak of the coronavirus infection after thousands of new cases were reported this week. Health care workers who have been vaccinated with the Sinovac vaccine also contracted the virulent Delta variant.