Kimberley Stenhouse

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Russia won’t respond to UK ultimatum until samples of alleged chemical weapon received – Lavrov

Moscow will not respond to the British request about a clandestine Soviet chemical weapon allegedly used in an ex-double agent’s poisoning until a …

Earth's Magnetic Poles Are Overdue For a Switch And We're Not Prepared

The magnetic field is already shifting.<p>Earth's magnetic field is pretty adept at flipping polarity. The poles have swapped, reversing north and …

An entire family in Italy can’t feel physical pain, and scientists finally have an answer

If you’ve ever stubbed your toe on a coffee table in the dead of night you know just how awesome it would be to switch off your sense of pain, if …

Nasa Kepler announcement: Has the space agency discovered alien life?

It’s the biggest question in the universe: are we alone in the infinite void or are aliens living out there somewhere in deep space?<p>Now Nasa is …

We Finally Know What Elements Are Contained in an Exploded Supernova

Incredible.<p>NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory has been taking a long, hard look at one of the Milky Way's most famous and studied objects - the remnant …

Here's How The Voice in Your Head Tricks Your Brain Into Thinking It's Real

Fascinating.<p>Our brain considers talking to ourselves in our minds very similar to talking to other people, according to new research, and that could …

We’ve finally identified what the Earth sounds like

This is the real Earth song<p>Thanks to a team of scientists, we now know what the Earth’s own song sounds like. Spoiler, it’s nothing like Michael …

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News<p>At the heart of the spread of fake news are the algorithms used by search engines, websites and social media which are often accused of pushing...<p>…

27 cities around the world where expats are happy, rents are affordable, and jobs are plentiful

InterNations recently released its 2017 list of the best cities for living and working abroad.<p>City rankings are based on survey responses from nearly …

Ancient Skeletons Could Finally Reveal Origins of The Dead Sea Scrolls

The remains of a mysterious sect, buried for 2,200 years.<p>Ever since they were discovered some 70 years ago, the Dead Sea Scrolls have fascinated …

Buildings to generate their own power with innovative glass blocks

Crucially, however, the Solar Squared blocks have intelligent optics that focus the incoming solar radiation onto small solar cells, enhancing the …

Lunar volcanoes: New NASA images highlight volcanic activity on the moon

Until 2014, scientists thought that the moon's volcanic activity ceased a billion years ago. But data from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) …

What is a confidence and supply arrangement? Here's how a minority government could rule without a coalition

Theresa May has declared her intention to rule Britain without a majority in the House of Commons.<p>It has today been revealed that the DUP and the …

3 Separate Experiments Report Signs of a Phenomenon Beyond The Standard Model of Physics

A 99.95% certainty.<p>A review of three separate experiments has turned up "remarkably similar" results, pointing to what researchers say is a strong …

Lepton

For other uses, see Lepton (disambiguation).<p>In particle physics, a <b>lepton</b> is an elementary particle of half-integer spin (spin ​1⁄2) that does not …

Hung Parliament: Q&A guide to what happens when no-one wins the election

<b>The general election has ended in a hung Parliament, where no party has the 326 seats needed to get an overall majority in the House of Commons.</b><p>So what happens now?<p>Who is the prime minister?<p>Theresa May remains prime minister. She plans to form a minority government, relying on the Democratic …

Great Britain

‘Baby dragon’ embryo cracks 20-year giant bird-like dinosaur mystery

Gigantic fossilized eggs discovered in China are some of the largest ever discovered, measuring 45cm (17.7 inches) across and weighing 5 kilos …

‘Oldest ever' 300,000yo human fossils unearthed in Morocco

The oldest human fossils ever discovered have been unearthed in Morocco in a finding hailed as a significant step in the research of human ancestry …

ESA preps for journeys into deep space with ‘colliding drone’ test run

Astronaut Luca Parmitano took the Flyability Elios drone on a test run around the La Cucchiara caves near Sciacca, Sicily, over the weekend.<p>The …

Scientists discover intelligence linked to 52 ‘smart genes’

Links to intelligence have been found in 52 genes, 40 of which have been identified for the first time, new research has revealed. However, the …

‘Alien megastructure’ mystery returns as inexplicable flashes begin again

Astronomers have been pondering what makes the star, with the catchy name of KIC 8462852, dim and flicker so drastically for years. Thankfully it …

Vatican astronomer: If you're afraid of science, you don't have faith

Vatican City, May 10, 2017 / 03:04 am (CNA/EWTN News).- The Jesuit director of the Vatican Observatory, who has worked as an astronomer and planetary …

More proof that weightlessness is bad for you

If 65 years of manned spaceflight has taught us anything, it's that space is a very hostile place for human beings. Unfortunately, a study from …

The Scientific Truth About Planet Nine, So Far

Last year, two astronomers were looking at the most distant objects orbiting our Sun ever discovered, when they noticed something funny. These ultra-distant Kuiper belt objects, instead of having their orbits oriented at random, were both swept off in one particular direction and tilted in the same …

Astronomy

Scientists Achieve Direct Counterfactual Quantum Communication For The First Time

Communication without particle transmission.<p>Quantum communication is a strange beast, but one of the weirdest proposed forms of it is called …

Genetically modified algae could soon show up in food, fuel, and pharmaceuticals

Researchers created souped-up algae that can thrive outdoors<p>Algae can be used for anything. You can grind it into cattle feed or squeeze it into jet fuel. You can even make it into algae butter.<p>For now, algae-based products remain woefully expensive, but a group of California scientists is working …

New video shows amazing view as Cassini spacecraft makes first dive over Saturn

Nasa has released a new video taken by the Cassini spacecraft showing the view as it swooped over Saturn in its first plunge inside the planet's rings late last month.<p>One of Cassini's imaging cameras took a series of rapid-fire images as the spacecraft also captured the closest-ever images of the …