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  1. Voyager satellite sets course for star it will only reach when mankind has become extinct

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    A NASA satellite an incredible 9 BILLION miles from earth has just told scientists it has fired thrusters which will allow it it leave the solar system for interstellar space. Voyager 2, which was launched ... Friday, 13 September 2013
  2. Supermassive black holes billion times bigger than sun roam the universe eating galaxies, study

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    MIND-boggling new research into the biggest black hole ever measured shows it was pinballed across the cosmos after colliding with another black hole. Scientists studying a seemingly run-of-the-mill ... Friday, 13 September 2013
  3. Women who lift weights report experiencing orgasms in the gym

    Category: EDITORIAL/Wow!

    ... according to scientists from Indiana University. To fill in the gap researcher Debby Herbenick and her team surveyed hundreds of women aged from 18 to 63 who said they had experienced exercise-induced ... Friday, 13 September 2013
  4. "Tell your husband thanks for buying you those t*ts, they're hot" - the top 10 things women don't want to hear

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... realised that maybe saying "morning Kate" would be a better way to address me." "On seeing me in my lab coat, a bloke said to me at work: “Oh you're one of the scientists? I thought you must be the receptionist.” ... Friday, 13 September 2013
  5. Government, security services and copyright lawyers grab IP addresses of torrent users within three hours – especially Pirate Bay

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    USERS of popular file-sharing programs who download films and music from the internet will have their computer IP address logged by secretive agencies within hours a new study  says. Computer scientists ... Friday, 13 September 2013
  6. Brussels Sprout DNA new weapon in fight against cancer

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    ... reduced cholesterol. However, scientists recommend serving the vegetable al dente to have any effect. See wownews.co.uk's favourite Christmas sprout recipe here: http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/2433/brussels-sprouts-with-pancetta- ... Friday, 21 June 2013
  7. Scientists announce they can successfully read minds

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    SCIENTISTS in Canada have announced they can read minds.   The researchers at the University of Western Ontario can monitor brain activity so accurately that they can predict what a person is ... Friday, 21 June 2013
  8. Sandy Island in the Pacific to be removed from maps after being swallowed up by the earth – experts baffled

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    A TINY island in the Pacific which appears on a range of maps including Google Earth has disappeared without a trace. Australian scientists who went in search of Sandy Island - which appears midway between ... Friday, 21 June 2013
  9. Luke Skywalker's Star Wars planet Tatooine discovered by NASA Kepler space telescope

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    Nasa scientists have discovered a secret planet which sees two sunsets every night – just like Tatooine, the home of Star Wars hero Luke Skywalker. As many as 2,700 new worlds have been spotted by the ... Monday, 06 May 2013
  10. 'Water on Mars drinkable' say Nasa scientists

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    WATER that once flowed on the surface of Mars ‘would have been drinkable’, Nasa scientists have revealed. They made the discovery after the Martian rover vehicle Curiosity analysed samples of rocks by ... Monday, 06 May 2013
  11. VOYAGER 1 is stuck in an unknown and unimagined 'magnetic highway' 12 BILLION miles from earth

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    ... into deep space or the interstellar medium. But mission scientists have now discovered the Voyager probe now seems to be in a strange place between the two environments a sort of magnetic highway linking ... Friday, 08 March 2013
  12. Armageddon time: North Korea defiant after missile launch - “Korea does what it says” warns leadership

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... hardline communist state was founded in 1948. The KCNA news agency said: “At a time when great yearnings and reverence for Kim Jong-il pervade the whole country, its scientists and technicians brilliantly ... Thursday, 07 March 2013
  13. Hideous sea lamprey, distant ancestor of man, could hold key to Alzheimer's Disease

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    ... the damaged nerve cells and be swimming again in 10-12 weeks. And it is this facility, coupled with our shared ancestry, which scientists at the US Marine Biological Laboratory, in Cape Cod, hope may ... Sunday, 24 February 2013
  14. Women can discover their date's sex drive from his finger length, scientists say

    Category: EDITORIAL/Wow!

    WOMEN can discover just how sexually driven their date is just by looking at his hands.   Because scientists have discovered that the length of a man’s fourth finger is linked to his libido. ... Friday, 08 February 2013
  15. World's first artificial quarterpounder burger created from pig stem cells and horse foetus serum (Burger King not quaking in boots yet)

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    QUARTERPOUNDER burger meat has been created using stem cell technology which may one day spell the end of animal abattoirs.   Scientists created the artificial form of meat - known as "in vitro ... Sunday, 02 December 2012
  16. Has NASA discovered life on Mars? The latest findings from Mars Curiosity Rover, suggest yes!

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    NASA SCIENTISTS searching for life on Mars have made an 'earth-shaking' discovery. MARS Curiosity Rover, the NASA robot on the Mars's surface which is designed to discover life or the potential for life ... Thursday, 29 November 2012
  17. US physicists create 'hole in time'

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    SCIENTISTS in the US have created a 'hole in time' – a breakthrough which could lead to a Star Trek type cloaking device.   The astonishing breakthrough is part of a bid to design an invisibility ... Wednesday, 28 November 2012
  18. 'Invisible buildings', immune to 911 style terror attacks, a scientific possibility

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    ... Starship Enterprise, have become a real prospect in recent years as scientists have developed means of making objects invisible to certain wavelengths in limited circumstances. New research suggests ... Wednesday, 21 November 2012
  19. New study shows how to tell a man's penis size by looking at his hands

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    MEN whose index fingers and ring fingers are most similar in length have the biggest penises, according to new research.   Korean scientists studied 144 men aged 20 or above and discovered the ... Monday, 12 November 2012
  20. China's environmental disaster? River Yangtze turns blood red baffling scientists

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    CHINA'S biggest river, The Yangtze, has mysteriously started flowing blood red, leaving scientists and environmentalists baffled. The Yangtze river - once known as "the golden waterway" - in south-western ... Monday, 10 September 2012
  21. Why your sat-nav is wiping out your real memory

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    RELIANCE on sat-nav technology could be wiping our brains of vital mental maps scientists have discovered. Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Germany say the brain ... Thursday, 26 April 2012
  22. Humans evolved from 'one inch long worm-like creature' 500 million years ago

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    SCIENTISTS now believe humans evolved from a five-centimetre-long worm-like creature that wriggled in the sea more than 500 million years ago. The extinct Pikaia Gracilens has been confirmed as the oldest ... Monday, 05 March 2012
  23. Doctor Stephen Levin who championed mesothelioma claims of 9/11 heroes is honoured

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... this week announced awarding of $500,000 in grants to help scientists and researchers in their quest to battle this cancer caused by asbestos exposure.    ... Tuesday, 21 February 2012
  24. WHAT MEN NEED TO KNOW ABOUT WOMEN, ACCORDING TO SCIENTIC RESEARCH

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... fling.   WOMEN PREFER GLOOMY MEN TRUE Women prefer men who glower rather than smile, according to Canadian scientists. They showed about 1,000 men and women several hundred pictures of both ... Wednesday, 15 February 2012
  25. WHAT WOMEN NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MEN, ACCORDING TO SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... and motherhood meant that women needed to think carefully about potential partners. MEN THINK ABOUT SEX EVERY SEVEN SECONDS FALSE Research by scientists at Ohio University found that on average, ... Wednesday, 15 February 2012
  26. Russian scientists stand back after uncorking explosive soda-pop lake 2.5 miles below earth's surface

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... it was breached by the drills. Scientists believe it could contain weird forms of life that survive in deep cold and with no sun, which could have implications for alien life on moons in our solar system ... Friday, 10 February 2012
  27. Real-life X Man found: Chinese 'cats-eyes' boy can see in pitch darkness

    Category: EDITORIAL/Video

    ... the day. Nong Youhui's remarkable abilities have so far baffled scientists.   James Reynolds, a pediatric ophthalmologist at State University of New York in Buffalo, said for nature to have created ... Friday, 03 February 2012
  28. Killer organisms rapidly evolving to live in dishwashers and coffee makers

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    RAPIDLY evolving organisms which could kill are making new homes in dishwashers, coffee makers and other household items. Scientists say the potentially deadly fungus is adapting to modern kitchen environments ... Thursday, 02 February 2012
  29. US scientists develop mind reading machines which can speak your thoughts

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    MACHINES which can read your mind and even predict what you are going to say next are being developed by neuroscientists in the US. Researchers at the University of California Berkeley have already found ... Wednesday, 01 February 2012
  30. Internet use causes brain damage similar to cocaine abuse, new research finds

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... of the brain.   The impairments mirrored those found in alcohol and cocaine users. The scientists in China said the study could help develop a treatment, although they admitted they do not know ... Wednesday, 18 January 2012
  31. New horse fly with 'big gold butt' officially named Beyoncé

    Category: EDITORIAL/Celebrity!

    A NEWLY discovered breed of horse fly with a 'big gold butt' has been officially named Beyoncé by scientists. The previously un-named insect, which is yellowish gold at the rear end of its abdomen, has ... Tuesday, 17 January 2012
  32. Time running out for $6.4 billion Large Hadron Collider as scientists hunting God Particle come up empty-handed

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    SCIENTISTS hunting for the ellusive Higgs boson – the theoretical God particle which supposedly holds everything in the  universe together – have revealed they, er , haven't found it. Results in ... Friday, 18 November 2011
  33. Skin cancer alert as hole in ozone layer appears above Canada and Europe

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    A HOLE in the ozone layer has appeared above Canada and Northern Europe for the first time, increasing the risk of skin cancer and severe sunburn.   Scientists say the ozone loss over the Arctic ... Monday, 03 October 2011
  34. Scientists discover the point of sex (and males!)

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... and poetry since the dawn of time. And now a team of scientists in Indiana have worked out just why we make love. It's to ward off parasites. The research team discovered that humans and animals ... Friday, 30 September 2011
  35. Women in skirts earn more than women in trousers - report

    Category: EDITORIAL/Wow!

    ... the same fabric, and all facial features were removed by pixelation. Scientists found that after just three seconds, the participants made up their mind and rated the women in the skirts more positively ... Monday, 19 September 2011
  36. How to discover your man's sex drive by looking at his hands

    Category: EDITORIAL/Wow!

    WOMEN can discover just how sexually driven their date is just by looking at his hands.   Because scientists have discovered that the length of a man’s fourth finger is linked to his libido. ... Tuesday, 06 September 2011
  37. Nasa images of a super-massive black hole swallowing a star

    Category: EDITORIAL/Video

    NASA scientists have released the world's first images of a black hole devouring a star. The event took place in a galaxy 3.9 million light years away.   Experts captured the extraordinary ... Saturday, 03 September 2011
  38. Mass evacuation as gym fanatics spark earthquake tremors in 39-floor skyscraper

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ...  Scientists sent in to investigate the tremors recreated the event in the 12th floor gym. Chung Lan, a professor of architectural engineering at Dankook University, said: “We observed the vibrometer ... Friday, 02 September 2011
  39. Scientists on the verge of creating apes which can talk

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    SCIENTISTS are on the verge of creating apes which can talk, a medical panel warned the British Government today.   Human brain cells are being transferred to animal brains giving them 'human-like' ... Friday, 22 July 2011
  40. Hitler ordered standard-issue Nazi sex-dolls for all troops

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    HITLER ordered blow-up sex dolls for all German troops in WWII because so many soldiers were falling ill from sexually transmitted diseases, new evidence shows.   The Furher instructed Nazi scientists ... Monday, 11 July 2011
  41. 'Poop burger' hoax tricks major news organisations

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    A HOAX video on YouTube claiming that Japanese scientists have discovered a way to create edible steaks from human faeces has reeled in the world's major news outlets – who all reported it as fact.   ... Saturday, 09 July 2011
  42. Polar bears are Irish - new study finds

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    POLAR bears originally emigrated from Ireland, new DNA evidence has found.   Scientists in the UK, Ireland and the US analysed the teeth and skeletons of 17 brown bears found at eight caves in Ireland. ... Friday, 08 July 2011
  43. Endangered giant turtles dying in agony because of human sea-borne trash

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... turtles left in the wild. Scientists see them as our closest link to the dinosaurs.    ... Friday, 01 July 2011
  44. Insect which rubs its penis named loudest creature on earth

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    ... that scientists were baffled at how the insect is able to produce such an din with a penis only 50 micrometres across - about the width of a human hair.  ... Thursday, 30 June 2011
  45. Is Easter Island drug 'elixir of life'? Rapamycin extends life by 10 years

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    SCIENTISTS working with prematurely-aged children have discovered a drug which seems to slow, or even stop, the body clock.   The findings mean an ‘elixir of life’ could soon be reality, according ... Thursday, 30 June 2011
  46. Russian scientists say 'First Contact' with aliens by 2031

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    LEADING Russian scientists who have been searching for aliens expect to have 'first contact' within two decades.   They have even gone further and suggested 2031 will be the year. A major ... Wednesday, 29 June 2011
  47. USA and Britain most affected by asteroid strike

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    BRITAIN and the US will suffer major catastrophe if the earth is hit by an asteroid, scientists have found.   Advanced computer modelling has shown that in the event of an asteroid strike the ... Wednesday, 29 June 2011
  48. World's oceans 'moving into mass extinction phase' experts say

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    THE world's oceans are moving into a 'phase of extinction' due to catastrophic over-fishing, pollution and climate change, leading scientists report.   And the experts have warned that conditions ... Monday, 20 June 2011
  49. Too much happiness can kill you, scientists discover

    Category: EDITORIAL/News

    GRUMPY may have had a point. Because, according to new research, ill-tempered people live longer than the insufferably happy.   The study found people who were described as “highly cheerful” at ... Thursday, 19 May 2011
  50. Really really lonely planets discovered by astronomers

    Category: EDITORIAL/Technology

    LONELY planets roaming alone through the universe not bound to any central star have been discovered by an international team of scientists.   The lone worlds are about the size of Jupiter and astronomers ... Wednesday, 18 May 2011
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