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Mystery ‘alien’ radio signal picked up in space

Radio waves in space could be evaporating black holes, alien communication or merging neutron stars<p>A mysterious radio signal which may have come from a black hole, a neutron star or even an alien civilisation, has been picked up by astronomers.<p>Fast radio bursts, which last only milliseconds, are …

Universe

'Groundhog Day' student trapped in bizarre déjà vu time loop for 8 years

A 23-year-old British man has become the victim one of the strangest cases of déjà vu ever recorded in medical history<p>A student was forced to drop out of university after a bizarre case of chronic déjà vu left him unable to lead a normal life.<p>The 23-year-old even stopped watching TV, listening to …

Temporal

Your New Avocado Toast

Servings<p>This avocado toast recipe is endlessly customizable—thus why we don't include specific amounts.<p>January 2015Print<p>Ingredients<p>Cucumber<p>Fresh lime juice<p>Crushed red pepper flakes<p>Salt and pepper<p>Sourdough bread<p>Tahini<p>Avocado<p>Olive oil<p>Recipe Preparation<p>Season thinly sliced cucumber with fresh lime …

Breakfast

The 10 Commandments of Organizing

Want an organized home? Follow these rules.<p>1. Keep like with like.<p>"When putting your belongings away, store them with like or similar items to keep things sensical and logical," says professional organizer and blogger Tidy Tova. So stop with the catch-alls — they might work for a short time, but …

Are There Really Benefits to Eating Your Placenta?

The Internet’s abuzz, thanks to Kourtney Kardashian’s Instagram post endorsing placenta pills:<p>She’s the latest star to spill about chowing down on some form of her placenta after giving birth. The placenta is an organ that "looks like a piece of brisket," says Mary Jane Minkin, M.D., clinical …

7 Meatless Mains (+ What to Wash Them Down With)

The easiest way to make dinner feel special is to pair it with a great beverage -- whether a cocktail, a smoothie, or something more akin to dessert, a fancy libation punctuates any meal and enlivens an otherwise ordinary weeknight.<p>No matter if you're a veteran vegetarian or you've resolved to cut …

Food

6 Salad Ingredients That Help You Drop Pounds Faster

<b>Hemp Seeds</b><br>"These trendy seeds are a great source of satiating protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and fiber," says Kohn. Also, because they're slightly sweet, they satisfy your sweet tooth without added sugar. You can add a tablespoon to your salad for a reasonable 40 calories.<p><b>Avocado</b><br>Half an avocado (160 …

17 Easy Ways to Top Your Salad, from Savory Granola to Shrimp

Gussy up your salad with these crunchy, creamy, toppings, from savory granola to avocado salsa.<p><b>We've had it with boring salads.</b> There's something so disheartening about cracking open a homemade lunch only to find limp lettuce, a few spears of cucumber and some hard tomato—so we're getting a little …

Healthy Eating

10 of 2015's Most Highly Anticipated Albums

With 2014 officially over, it is time to start looking forward at what we can expect from this coming year. There are plenty of big names planning on releasing albums we can all expect to be rather large, and a handful of newer stars that have a lot to prove with upcoming works. Here are ten albums …

Rap & Hip-Hop

New arthritis implant hailed as ‘magic’

Trial of electronic device leads to improvement in more than half of patients, raising hopes for an alternative to medicines<p>A new treatment for arthritis sufferers has been hailed as “magic” by a woman who had a pioneering electronic implant fitted.<p>Monique Robroek, who took part in a study at the …

Have scientists found first sign of Dark Matter?

A signal picked up by Dutch and Swiss scientists is thought to be the first phsical evidence of Dark Matter<p>It was first theorised more than 70 years ago, but after decades of searching, scientists believe they have seen the first sign of elusive Dark Matter.<p>Researchers have picked up unexpected …

Dark Matter

11 Organizing Tips We Learned In 2014

Is "getting organized" your New Year's resolution? For inspiration, we've rounded up our 11 favorite organizing tips of the year.<p><i>Simon Watson</i><p><b>1. Get a dual-level coffee table.</b> It doubles your display area, meaning you'll spend less time swapping out decor and have two times the room for storage, all …

Cookies, Cookies, Cookies: All the Christmas Cookie Recipes You'll Ever Need

There's always a reason to eat a cookie. So here are 71 of 'em, great for holiday baking or just because.<p><b>Sometimes, you just need a cookie</b>. Scratch that. There's always a reason to eat a cookie. So here are 71 of 'em, great for holiday baking or just because.

Dessert

Did the Big Bang create a parallel universe where time goes backwards?

Radical new research suggests that at the same time the Big Bang created our universe, another where time goes in the opposite direction was also born<p>A scientific breakthrough could redefine how the universe is understood.<p>Radical new research led by a British scientist has suggested that there may …

Dark Matter

Nasa researches Star Trek warp drive for future space travel

Nasa scientists are developing a Star Trek-style “warp drive” that may eventually allow spacecraft to travel to the stars faster the speed of light.<p>Dr Harold White, a physicist at Nasa’s Johnson Space Centre, is conducting research to create a warp in space and time.<p>These so called “warp bubbles” …

Space Travel

Study Finds Pufferfish Aren't Actually Holding Their Breath

Even puffed up, the fish keeps on breathing through its gills.<p>Scientists have finally figured out how a pufferfish breathes while it's all puffed up, and the answer isn't what we'd thought—that they were more or less holding their breath the whole time.<p>Georgia Evelyn McGee of James Cook University …

Rosetta discovers water on comet 67p like nothing on Earth

Findings from Rosetta spacecraft’s Rosina instrument appear to suggest previously held theory is simplistic<p>The Rosetta spacecraft has detected water coming off comet 67P, the rubber duck-shaped lump of ice and dust that it placed the Philae robotic lander on last month.<p>The presence of water is not …

Why Does Crying Make My Nose Run?

Short answer: It's flooded with tears<p>Every minute, a person generates about 1 or 2 microliters worth of tears. They are a mix of oil, mucus, and water, secreted from different glands and cells around the eye. Tears serve to keep the eyeball surface lubricated. When you blink, your lids work like …

The yin-yang of sea ice at Earth’s poles

Arctic sea ice is decreasing. Antarctic sea ice is at an all-time high. How can that be? This 3-minute video offers an explanation.<p>The world is …

Albert Einstein archive reveals the genius, doubts and loves of scientist

Early note shows delight at birth of his daughter while later letters show fame was beginning to be a trial<p>The letter from the 22-year-old Albert Einstein revealed his delight at fathering a daughter, Lieserl, with his sweetheart, former classmate and future wife, Mileva Marić. How the new mother …

It's Official: Skeleton Found Under Parking Lot Is Richard III

A combination of DNA evidence and historical research confirm the remains belong to the misshapen monarch<p>One of the biggest missing person’s cases in the world has finally been solved. Or, at least, the biggest missing corpse case.<p>After English King Richard III fell at the Battle of Bosworth in …

Archaeology

More mothers should breastfeed for 18 months to save NHS money, say researchers

Breastfeeding saves the NHS money by preventing illness, claim economists, and women should consider doing it for longer<p>New mothers should be encouraged to breastfeed their children up to the age of 18 months to save the NHS money, experts have claimed.<p>Researchers calculated that the health service …

When It Comes to Echolocation, Some Bats Just Wing It

Fruit bats are the first animals found to bounce the sound of their own wings off objects in a rudimentary kind of echolocation.<p>In a first in the animal world, three kinds of fruit bat have been found to use sonar clicks made by their flapping wings to find their way in the dark.<p>Not only is this …

DNA Test That Distinguishes Identical Twins May Be Used in Court for First Time

In 2004, two young women were abducted at gunpoint while walking home near Boston at night. The crimes happened eight days apart, but the pattern was …

Moon's magnetic heart still a mystery

Stuart Gary<p>Related Stories<p>Earth's pull melts layer around Moon's core, Science Online, 28 Jul 2014<br>• Water as old as the Moon, Science Online, 26 Aug …

The deep space exploration of the brain

<i>Deep brain stimulation has been used for more than 25 years to treat conditions ranging from epilepsy to Parkinson's disease, but it's a mechanism</i> …

A glass sub to probe the ocean depths

How do you build a submarine that can withstand the enormous pressure found at the ocean’s deepest depths? Explorer Sylvia Earle thinks the answer might be simple – build it from glass.<p>When Sylvia Earle travels many miles below sea level, to the depths of the Marianas Trench, she wants a good view …

Sea Level

Parallel Universes Colliding Could Explain Quantum Weirdness

All that quantum behavior? Actually the result of different, parallel worlds smashing into each other.<p>The notion that our universe may be just one in a series of endless parallel universes—some very similar, some wildly different—has captivated the hearts and minds of many science fiction fans. A …

The New Year's Best Hair Trends

The hottest hair trends to try in 2015.<p>The hottest hair trends to try in 2015. Also, check out this updated step-by-step guide to getting perfect waves.