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This Nightmare Shark With a Snake Head And 300 Teeth Is Absolutely Horrifying

Found off the coast of Portugal.<p>Maybe it's time we <i>Homo sapiens</i> reevaluated our relationship with the oceans of the world.<p>It has been a good few …

Apple sued by Tokyo-based Emonster over the use of the word 'Animoji'

Tokyo based Emonster has sued Apple over the use of the term 'Animoji' unveiled by Apple as a feature for iPhone X according to a report by …

Synthetic muscle breakthrough could lead to 'lifelike' robots

A breakthrough in soft robotics means scientists are now one step closer to creating lifelike machines. Researchers at Columbia Engineering have developed a 3D printed synthetic tissue that can act as active muscle. The material, which can push, pull, bend, and twist (thanks to its use of silicone …

Robotics

Equifax has directed followers to fake phishing site for nearly two weeks

In early September, Equifax, one of the three major credit monitoring bureaus, announced that it had fallen victim to a massive data breach. …

Identity Theft

See who won America's Got Talent season 12

<b>SPOILER ALERT: This post contains spoilers from the season finale of America’s Got Talent. Read at your own risk!</b><p>Watch out Jeff Dunham, because …

Costco's Dramatic Crash Might End Up Yielding a Huge Payoff

Costco Wholesale Corp. (COST) investors have found out the hard way that the biggest price discount at the $67 billion club store chain this summer …

We Finally Know Why Artificial Sweeteners Can Make You Put on Weight

It's got nothing to do with the sugar.<p>If you think using an artificial sweetener helps keep your weight down, think again.<p>Artificial sweeteners …

Artificial Sweeteners

5 Must-Have Travel Items That Save You Money in the Long Run

Travel<p>20 Stylish Laptop Bags for Business Travel<p>Travel<p>Smart Luggage that Makes Travel a Breeze<p>Travel<p>2017 Travel Awards: 50 Reasons to Explore the …

Travel

A bold plan to slow the melt of Arctic permafrost could help reverse global warming

Russian scientists Sergey Zimov and Nikita Zimov — they're a father-son duo — believe they can slow the thawing of the Siberian permafrost by bringing back grazing animals to a swath of land called Pleistocene Park.<p>Siberia’s melting permafrost has enormous implications for the Earth’s climate.<p>In …

Global Warming

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BBC NEWS | Middle East | Artefact 'may be evidence of Jesus'

An ancient burial artefact found in Israel may be the earliest archaeological reference to Jesus Christ ever discovered.<p>The limestone burial box for bones - called an ossuary - bears an inscription reading "James, son of Joseph, brother of Jesus" in the Aramaic language.<p>The writing style, and the …

Canadian, World, Politics and Business News & Analysis

Nike's self-lacing HyperAdapt shoes go on sale November 28th

Nike designer Tinker Hatfield promised us power-lacing shoes to mimic the kicks from <i>Back to the Future</i> in 2016, and now we know what day they'll go on sale. The Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 will be available at "select" retail locations by appointment beginning November 28th. The company brought <i>Wired</i> in for …

Suspect wrote 'bombs will be heard in the streets,' authorities say

<b>New York (CNN) —</b> The suspect in Saturday's bombings in New York and New Jersey declared that "the sounds of bombs will be heard in the streets" and praised "Brother Osama Bin Laden" in a journal found on him when he was arrested, authorities said.<p>Ahmad Rahami was charged Tuesday with four counts in …

What Your Morning Coffee Is Actually Doing To Your Body

Whether you just like the taste of coffee, drink it out of habit, or truly rely on it for energy, it’s no secret the drink has magical powers. But …

Wellness

World's fastest EV trounces Tesla Model S and LaFerrari in drag race

When Croatian carmaker Rimac Automobili unveiled its Concept_One, the world's fastest electric vehicle (EV) this spring, we were blown away by both …

Supercars

Smallpox could return as Siberia's melting permafrost exposes ancient graves

Smallpox – a deadly disease eradicated from the world in 1977 – could return as the frozen tundra of Siberia melts and releases the virus from the …

10 Easy Ways to Stop Eating So Much Sugar

“Eat less sugar” may be a short and sweet suggestion, but the USDA’s most recent dietary guidelines have gotten some pretty long-winded responses …

Dallas reports case of Zika spread through sex; CDC urges condom use

Dallas health officials said Tuesday that a local resident was infected with the Zika virus by having sex with a person who had contracted the disease while traveling in Venezuela.<p><i>[Zika and sex: Seven key things you need to know about the case in Dallas]</i><p>The case adds a troubling new dimension to a …

Public Health

Sell everything ahead of stock market crash, say RBS economists

Royal Bank of Scotland warns of ‘cataclysmic’ year with slumps in shares and oil and advises clients to shift to bonds<p>Investors face a “cataclysmic year” where stock markets could fall by up to 20% and oil could slump to $16 a barrel, economists at the Royal Bank of Scotland have warned.<p>In a note …

Lloyds Banking Group

ISIS claims responsibility for two deadly attacks in Iraq

<b>(CNN) —</b> More than 30 people were killed Monday in two separate -- but similarly coordinated -- bombing attacks at public places in Iraq, security officials told CNN.<p>In al-Miqdadiya, northeast of Baquba, 25 people died and 46 were wounded in an attack at a cafe, police officials said. Two suicide …

Obama thrusts gun control debate into forefront of 2016 race

WASHINGTON (AP) — With his emotional plea for America to embrace some gun control, President Barack Obama on Thursday thrust the contentious issue to …

A Month Without Alcohol, Sugar, or Caffeine—and What It Did to My Body

Thirty days out of the year isn't *so* hard...right?<p>Maybe 30 <i>is</i> just a number. My body didn't catch that memo. Since hitting the milestone birthday, I've noticed that routine work stresses and minor, one-off injuries leave a deeper impact. Extra pounds arrived on my frame slowly but steadily, no …

Croix

A Weapon Against Climate Change May Be Right Under Our Feet

Healthy soil may play a huge role in mitigating global warming and helping us adapt to it.<p>Scientists battling to slow climate change and cope with its effects are harnessing an overlooked, yet potentially powerful partner -- one that happens to be right beneath our feet.<p>Soil, they say, is critical …

Sleep Deprivation Slowly Kills Your Brain

Chronic sleep deprivation has some drastic effects.<p>"How long can you stay awake?" is a question you probably don't want to try to answer at home. But in 1964, a high schooler broke that record for science. Randy Gardner stayed awake for 264.4 hours (just a bit more than 11 days) for a science fair, …

Sleep

Earth's thermostat is stuck on bake as October shatters records for global warmth

In just over two weeks, diplomats from around the world will meet at a carefully constructed campus on an airfield on the outskirts of Paris in an …

DraftKings is asking TV networks to delay airing its ads

DraftKings TV ad YouTube DraftKings, the daily fantasy sports site facing mounting legal challenges, has asked certain TV networks to delay its advertising commitments, according to the Wall Street Journal.<p>Apparently, the company — which spent $131.4 million from January to October this year on …

Artist Paints Striking Murals on Sides of Icebergs to Warn About Climate Change

Sean Yoro (aka Hula) has recently stepped on his infamous paddle board to paint more stunning human portraits in unusual places. Although his previous murals have been created in warm weather, the New York City-based artist has since ventured to much colder lands: a glacier in North America. The …

Scans Reveal Strange Warm Spot At Giza Pyramid

Probably not grain storage...or a Stargate<p>There's a lot we know about the iconic Pyramids at Giza. We know they were built thousands of years ago to hold royal mummies and grave goods (not grain). The pyramids were likewise not the home/landing site/temples of aliens dead set on taking over …

Garlic gets the girl: Forget aftershave - just eat garlic to attract women, study finds

Scientists finds that sweat of men who had eaten the bulb smelt more attractive to women because it suggests the person is healthy<p>It might sound like the most unlikely of dating tips, but a study has found that men should forget the aftershave and try eating some garlic instead.<p>Garlic has …