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Practically Everyone in the World Will See the Longest Eclipse of the Century on July 27. Here's What to Know

The longest total lunar eclipse of the century is set to dazzle most of the world, except the U.S., just shy of a year after the 2017 solar eclipse …

9 Health Issues That Can Cause Sensitivity to Light

If stepping outside or flicking on a light makes your eyes want to duck for cover, you could be dealing with sensitivity to light. This basically …

Rare Moose Triplets Spotted—Here's Why They're So Unusual

Based on a recent video, the trio of calves seem to be “in great shape,” according to one expert.<p>In Canada, a country known for its charismatic wildlife, seeing a moose is not uncommon. But seeing moose triplets rarely happens.<p>Last week, Canadian resident Randi Ingram spotted a mother moose and …

What Information Do Neurons Actually Store?

<i>What information do neurons actually store (physically)? originally appeared on Quora:</i> <i>the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world</i>.<p><b>Answer by Fabian van den Berg, (Neuro)psychologist, on Quora:</b><p><b>What information do neurons actually store</b> …

Move Over, Double Helix: A New Form of DNA Has Just Been Discovered

This is the first time it's ever been seen in a living cell.<p>When we learn about human genetics in high school biology class, one of the most basic …

Genetics

California fault line is 'tectonic time bomb' for disastrous earthquake, researchers say

Residents in the San Francisco Bay Area are living along a fault that is a "ticking time bomb" that could generate an earthquake that could kill hundreds, according to a report released Wednesday.<p>The U.S. Geological Survey said in a report called the "HayWired Scenario" that a magnitude 7.0 …

Scientists Discovered These Beautiful, Doomed, Purple Octopuses

These octopuses mamas are awaiting bleak fates.<p>Two miles below the waves off the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, a team of geochemists in a subsea vehicle accidentally discovered hundreds of strange, beautiful purple octopus incubating their eggs. Deep sea biologists were stunned. "When I first saw …

Zoology

The Yellowstone supervolcano is a disaster waiting to happen

By Joel Achenbach<p>, Reporter<p>Yellowstone National Park sits squarely over a giant, active volcano. This requires attention.<p>Yellowstone has been a national park since 1872, but it was only in the 1960s that scientists realized the scale of the volcano — it's 44 miles across — and not until the 1980s …

Geology

This simple blood test may detect Alzheimer’s YEARS before symptoms start

Alzheimer’s disease is a brain disorder that causes dementia—it wrecks memory, muddies thinking, and alters behavior. There’s no cure, and although symptoms develop over years, there is little doctors can do to stop the progression once the disease has taken hold. But catching Alzheimer’s …

Dementia

The Hidden Dangers of Brain Aneurysm

1 in 50 people have an unruptured brain aneurysm, and many don't even know it.<p><b>A brain aneurysm is a bulge or ballooning in a blood vessel</b> within the …

Neurology

Nasal spray of party drug shows promise as fast-acting antidepressant, researchers say

By Amy Ellis Nutt<p>, Reporter<p>The latest clinical trial of esketamine, the nasal-spray form of the club drug ketamine, is boosting confidence <b></b>among some psychiatrists that it could be a major advance in the treatment of suicidal depression.<p>In a study published this week in the American Journal of …

The Secrets of the X Chromosome

Most people know that the X chromosome is one of the two sex chromosomes; inherit an X from each of your parents and you will likely be deemed …

Genetics

'We could hear bones crunching': Cannibal 16ft crocodile chomps on smaller rival and swallows its tail whole

A dad who witnessed a 16ft saltwater crocodile swallowing the tail of its 10ft freshwater rival whole has spoken of his shock.<p>Prison manager Bill …

Northern Territory

Is Dark Matter Made Up of Mini Black Holes from the Big Bang?

Dark matter, the mysterious extra mass in the universe that emits no light yet exerts a gravitational pull, may actually be made up of primordial …

New blood test detects Alzheimer’s early with 86 per cent accuracy

Researchers at Ruhr University in Germany have developed a blood test for Alzheimer’s disease and found that it can detect early indicators of the disease long before the first symptoms appear in patients. The research has been published in the journal <i>EMBO Molecular Medicine</i>.<p>One of the hallmarks of …

Neuroscience

Paradise lost: Beautiful islands ruined by tourism

Their very geographical nature makes islands particularly prone to overcrowding – simply put, there’s not enough room for endless streams of tourists. Here are some of the most worrying examples of islands, many of which were once untouched, falling victim to their own popularity.<p>Phi Phi Islands, …

Russian woman embalmed alive in deadly hospital mistake

A Russian woman was embalmed alive when doctors unwittingly put her on a formaldehyde-based drip instead of saline during a surgery, according to a …

Medicine

Wake Up... Netflix Documentary Shows How Adderall Epidemic Is Growing

The documentary “Take Your Pills” shows how prevalent Adderall is on college campuses and in workplaces… and why people take the prescription …

Mysterious Giraffe Disease Has Scientists Baffled

It's unknown whether the condition, which causes bloody lesions, is contributing to the decline of the world's tallest mammals.<p>When Arthur Muneza was about to start his master's at Michigan State University in 2014, he faced a pivotal question: What did he want to study?<p>He considered many rock …

The 9 Quietest and Darkest National Parks

With roughly 84 million acres of national park lands, some of them hundreds of thousands of acres on their own, you’d think finding a quiet, dark …

Scientists Create 'Invisibility Cloak' Inspired by Squid Skin

A new invention could help humans hide from infrared cameras.<p>Humans have long sought ways to disguise themselves, and as technology advances, we have to be more and more creative to do so. The newest experiment in invisibility comes from University of California, Irvine where scientists were …

Satellite images of Earth taken from an angle show the world in new beauty

While it's fun to explore the world by zooming around on Google Earth, there's just something uninspiring about most satellite images. While the …

Newly discovered metabolic mechanism could be an off-switch for inflammation

Researchers at Trinity College Dublin have uncovered a new metabolic process involved in the immune system's inflammatory processes. The discovery …

'One in a Million' Yellow Cardinal Spotted

Experts propose different theories for why bird's plumes have a mysteriously mustard hue.<p>Looking out at her quaint Alabama backyard in late January, Charlie Stephenson noticed something unusual. A strange species of unfamiliar yellow bird was pecking at her hanging birdfeeder.<p>As a seasoned …

Natalie Portman’s New Sci-Fi Movie Is Going To Frustrate The Hell Out Of People

But that doesn't mean Annihilation isn’t worth watching. Some spoilers (sort of — it's not a very spoilable movie) below.<p><b>Annihilation is a movie</b> so prepared to alienate audiences that it comes with its own built-in version of a dissatisfied viewer. His name is Lomax, he's played by a gruff, …

Space Photos of the Week: Juno Helps Jupiter Show Off Its Stripes

This week in space we’re staying within our solar system. After all, there’s a lot to see! We’ll begin with our neighbor Mars and its moons Phobos …

Dreams and Nightmares: ‘Annihilation’ Is Shocking Sci-Fi

Alex Garland wants to disturb you—that’s his thing. The London-born author and screenwriter behind the new sci-fi thriller <i>Annihilation</i> got seriously …

6 Haunted Hiking Trails

Many of the country’s trails have rich and creepy histories, and you’d be surprised at just how many ghosts have apparently chosen to spend the …

13 True Medical Stories That Will Make You Gasp, "OH MY GOD!"

The human body is a weird thing.

Moleskine’s latest smart pen saves your writing to download later

Moleskine has valiantly tried to bridge the divide between analog writing and digital files for years. The company released its Smart Writing Set in 2016 as a $200 holistic solution of pen, proprietary smart paper and app that instantly sent whatever you wrote or drew over to your paired device -- …