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Yuri Milner And Stephen Hawking Announce Breakthrough Starshot, A New Space Exploration Initiative

Stephen Hawking On Why People Need To Stop Eating Too Much

By Erika Ivene - Dec 01, 2016 09:33 AM EST

Professor Stephen Hawking doesn't just deal with alien sightings only, he also has something to say about people eating too much. It's a chaos.

Time Travel Is Possible: Scientists Suggest Parallel Universe Is For Real

By Erika Ivene - Nov 30, 2016 08:32 AM EST

In the future, people could travel not only by place but also by era as scientists suggest that time travelling is possible.

NASA Cassini Spacecraft To Finally Reach Saturn's Rings

By Erika Ivene - Nov 30, 2016 06:16 AM EST

After a long wait and tedious preparation, NASA's Cassini spacecraft will finally get its closest to Saturn's rings.

Low-Mass Supernova Explosion, Where The Births Of Planets Commence And The Formation Of The Solar System

By Mary Lourd - Nov 29, 2016 10:54 PM EST

The new study confirmed that Beryllium-10 which can be found in a low-mass supernova and its gravitation explosion stirs up the formation of the solar system.

Speed of Light Theory Challenged By Physicists; Was Einstein’s View Of The Universe Wrong?

By Tony Park - Nov 28, 2016 06:10 PM EST

Physicists will test a new theory about the speed of light to explore further what Einstein’s theory can’t.

SpaceX To Put Up Internet Around Earth 200 Times Faster Than Usual

By Erika Ivene - Nov 28, 2016 06:47 AM EST

A slow internet connection will not be a problem in the future as Elon Musk's SpaceX plans to install an internet connection 200 times faster than the usual.

Archeologist Unearthed Plymouth History: Thanksgiving History May Change For Good. Fun Facts In Pre-Colonial America

By Michael Davis - Nov 26, 2016 10:19 AM EST

The Pre-colonial America has its finest story as these researchers uncover more relics from the 12th century.

'Pokemon GO' Cheats: How To Catch A Ditto And Why Does Everybody Want It?

By Erika Ivene - Nov 26, 2016 06:00 AM EST

Ditto has come in Pokemon Go and you know you want nothing else but catch it.

Virgo 1: The Faintest Galaxy Ever Discovered, Yet The Key To Unlocked The Theory Of Galaxy Formation

By Mary Lourd - Nov 23, 2016 10:01 PM EST

A group of scientists discovered Virgo 1 using a giant telescope mounted with a camera that gives an important clue to understanding galaxy formation.

WHO Ends Zika As Global Emergency

By Joyce Vega - Nov 22, 2016 05:00 AM EST

For two years, there has been a Zika Virus epidemic that alarmed the world. The outbreak caused World Health Organization (WHO) to declare public health emergency in February 2016. Just recently, WHO finally ends the declared emergency.

Breaking The Record Astronaut: Woman Dominating Space. Find Out Why?

By Michael Davis - Nov 21, 2016 10:38 AM EST

Women such as Peggy Whitson is dominating Power. She is coming back on a mission going to space for the third time. it marks the record being the oldest woman in space.

Report: U.S. Surgeon General Calls Addiction Brain Disease & Not Character Flaw

By K. Aviles - Nov 20, 2016 01:01 AM EST

In the latest findings about addiction, Dr. Vivek Murthy labeled substance abuse as a "brains' disease," calling for an action geared towards a change in attitude in dealing with people who have addiction.

Giant Aerospace Company Spacex Filed Application To Launch 4425 Satellites — Will Provide 1Gbps Internet Coverage

By R. A. Jayme - Nov 17, 2016 09:48 AM EST

SpaceX, the aerospace company founded by the tech entrepreneur Elon Musk decided to improve the planet Earth's high-speed internet coverage. How?

Dinosaurs Not The First & Only To Have Walked The Earth Based On Latest Fossils Unearthed, Says Report

By K. Aviles - Nov 14, 2016 08:37 AM EST

Dinosaurs were not the first and the only animals to have walked the earth.

Primate Involved in First Ever Leg Paralysis Reversal Study using 'Brain Wi-Fi'

By Michael Davis - Nov 12, 2016 07:05 PM EST

A Scientific breakthrough in the field of health and medicine is the top priority to help people who are disabled due to paralysis. Ensuring the technology adopted is safe for neurological use, then science research will not be a hinder and rather use this as a tool.

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