Science/HealthJan 29, 2017 10:47 AM EST Meteorites raining down on earth today are fragments of massive asteroid from 466 million years ago
The Earth has always been pelted by meteorites, however it was recently discovered that these rocks from space have a different composition so they are somehow uncommon. These types are not the same from those that mill around the asteroid belt located in the middle of Jupiter and Mars.
Science/HealthJan 29, 2017 01:26 PM EST New evidence reveals universe is expanding faster than before
Astronomers found that galaxies are receding at an increased rate, which indicates that the Universe is expanding faster than ever before. However, the new findings only raise more questions like whether the measurements being used are wrong or are there new physics that goes beyond the realm of the standard model currently used.
Science/HealthJan 27, 2017 01:44 PM EST Gigantic otters may have roamed the earth 6 million years ago, research says
Otters today are just as big as the seals but the prehistoric ones appeared to be much bigger in size. Researchers discovered that some six million years ago the said carnivorous mammal was twice as big as the present largest otter in South America.
Science/HealthJan 28, 2017 09:55 PM EST North America unveils 187.7-carat diamond, the biggest gem ever in history [VIDEO]
North America has uncovered the largest diamond in history, the 187.7-carat Diavik Foxfire diamond. The precious gem was unearthed in Canada's Northwest Territories' lake floor in 2015.
Science/HealthJan 22, 2017 04:21 AM EST Amazing ants can go homeward bound backwards, study suggests
Studies show that ants can go home backwards by familiarizing the surroundings around them especially when carrying a full load of food.
Science/HealthJan 19, 2017 06:03 PM EST 300-pound Caspian tiger might return from extinction: Scientists to revive species through Siberian tiger
Caspian tigers will soon roam the Asian continent once again as scientists reveal plan of bringing back the extinct massive feline through its closest relative - the Siberian tiger.
Science/HealthJan 18, 2017 09:48 AM EST 'X-Men' Upcoming spin off TV series feature non-giant Sentinels
"X-Men" comes to the small screen as spin-off tv series feauting the Sentinels which are not giants.
Science/HealthJan 17, 2017 04:27 AM EST Ancient galaxies emitting green light reveal clues to ancient universe
A new analysis reveals that the green-hot galaxies on the other side may trace clues to the ancient universe. The galaxies studied may actually be how they are 11 billion years ago when the universe was only about 2-3 billion years old.
Science/HealthJan 17, 2017 12:36 AM EST The earwax purpose dilemma; three reasons to leave earwax alone
While it's common practice to remove the earwax from ears through various methods, experts are now advising against the method
Science/HealthJan 17, 2017 01:59 PM EST ‘Smart’ fibers that curb explosions in lithium-ion batteries of devices
It is highly common to witness the smart devices heating up either while charging or while using applications that are frequently used. There have also been cases in which the Smartphone and other devices using lithium batteries have burst into flames due to immense heating especially during charging. The lithium batteries are very effective and efficient in terms of functionality but in recent cases we see that these batteries can be very lethal. The scientists have risen to the task of formulating a way to prevent such damage and risk to the user's safety.