New Crescent Shaped Island in Japan Formed After Recent Eruption of Underwater Volcano Discovered in 1904
The eruption of a submarine volcano led to a new Japanese island formed about 745 miles from Tokyo. Some scientists think the newly formed isle willerode and not last long.
Prevention in Premature Births Discovered After Research Shows Self-Healing Tissue
Scientists believe they may be able to avoid premature births after discovering self-healing tissue around unborn babies.
Cave in Saudi Arabia Hides Massive Pile of Bones Including Human Remains, Mystery Puzzles Researchers
Inside a hollowed cave in Saudi Arabia, a mysterious massive pile of bones, with human remains collected over the years. The sheer number of bones store inside this lava tube is staggering and raises questions about how it got there.
Ancient Neolithic Arthur’s Stone Origins Finally Deciphered by Archeologists After Many Years
Scientists have revealed the reason why the ancient Neolithic Arthur's Stone came to exist, and the mystery surrounding it. The monument which resembles a table has been given legendary status, even adding the legend of King Arthur to the unknown artifact.
Turkey's Black Sea Claims at least 38 Lives amid Floods and Landslides
Heavy rainfalls resulted in floods and landslides in Turkey that have claimed the lives of at least 38 people as of Friday. The Black Sea was found to have several bodies washed up on its shores as residents evacuate the area on helicopters.
Mt. Etna Grows By 100-Feet After Several Months of Volcanic Activity
Mount Etna, the most prominent volcano in Italy, has grown taller than before, with a new peak of 11,013 feet after the build-up since the volcano has been active from the middle of February this year.
World's Largest Real-Life Dragon Fossil Unearthed in Australia; Researchers Predict Flying Reptile Lived Over 150 Years Ago
Remains of a flying reptile dubbed as "the closest thing to a dragon" that can be found on earth has been discovered in Queensland, Australia.
Archeologists Discover Ancient Pompeii Snack Bar That Served Food to Tourists 2,000 Years Ago
Found in the ashes from Vesuvius was an ancient Pompeii snack bar that served the same purpose as our modern-day, but in these ancient times, it was a wholly Roman affair. It was called the Thermopolium which served the poorer segments of Pompeiian society that would be far different from the menu of aristocrats during that period.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX SN20 Dubbed ‘Tallest Spacecraft’ Equipped with Super Heavy Booster Awaits Launch from FAA
One of the most towering space vehicles is the SpaceX SN20 equipped with a superheavy booster pioneering a way to reach Mars someday. The race among billionaires who will make the most commercially viable spacecraft that can breach the atmosphere, and reach the red planet is the bet of Elon Musk.
Elon Musk's SpaceX Plan to Send Ads into Space Using Dogecoin as Currency
SpaceX, Elon Musk's space company, has partnered with Canadian startup company Geometric Energy Corporation (GEC) to send advertisements to space. The CubeSat will be able to display ads in exchange for currencies that could include Dogecoin in the future.
Thousands of French Residents Protest Against Mandatory COVID-19 Health Pass for Public Areas
Amid France's expansion of its mandatory COVID-19 health pass, thousands of residents protested in the streets, decrying the alleged threat to their "freedom." Some residents said they would never get vaccinated against the coronavirus despite the risks.
Stonehenge Durability Amaze the World, What Is Its Secret That Made It Last for 5,000-Years in Pristine Condition?
The secret why the Stonehenge rocks last and never weather remains one of the mysteries of the ancient world. One of the most recognizable monuments that stood the test of time and connected to the dark times when man was inclined to superstition.
Countries Go Against WHO Recommendations, Begin Administering Booster Shots to Curb COVID-19 Spread
Countries worldwide are planning to administer booster shots of the coronavirus vaccines to further help curb the spread of the disease among their residents. This comes after the World Health Organization's (WHO) Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus called for a moratorium on additional injections.
WHO Urges Countries to Stop Administering Booster Shots, Cites Vaccine Supply Needs of Struggling Nations
The director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO), Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has called for a moratorium on booster shots in all countries. The medical expert said that the science behind the treatment is unproven and that it takes away supply of COVID-19 vaccine doses from struggling nations.
Alpha Male, Other Apes Kill First Ever Albino Baby Chimp in Uganda As They See It As a Threat
Researchers reported that an albino Chimp slain by other chimpanzees happened because there was a problem amongst the member of the troop. Scientists have not explained why the murder of the only few weeks old infants was lost in what could be learned.