Lilian Adagbon-Elue

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Malaysian Airlines Plane Missing: Has Student Andrew Aude Solved The Mystery Of MH370?

A student from Stanford University has touted a theory about what happened to the missing Malaysian Airlines plane, suggesting a slow decompression …

Russia holds war games near Ukraine; Merkel warns of catastrophe | Reuters

BERLIN/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia launched new military exercises near its border with Ukraine on Thursday, showing no sign of backing down on plans to annex its neighbour’s Crimea region despite a stronger than expected drive for sanctions from the EU and United States.<p>In an unusually robust and …

David Cameron renews criticisms of humanitarian situation in Gaza

David Cameron has renewed his criticisms of the humanitarian situation in Gaza, four years after he caused controversy in Israel by describing the Palestinian territory as a prison camp.<p>Speaking at the end of his visit to Israel and the occupied territories, the British prime minister said: "The …

Unions threaten strike action over NHS pay settlement

Unions representing more than 100,000 NHS staff are threatening strike action in protest against what they say are insultingly small pay rises following the government's decision to backtrack on its promised 1% increase for all personnel.<p>Unite, which represents about 100,000 staff, including …

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Modern Scientists Validate Alan Turing's Theory About Biology

The creator of the Turing test was adept at all kinds of science.<p>Less than two years before he died, famed computer scientist Alan Turing wrote a biochemistry paper. Called "The Chemical Basis of Morphogenesis," Turing theorized about how cells change and develop. Now, 60 years later, a team of …

Waste Heat Is Free Energy. So Why Aren't We Using It?

Burning out<p>In the next few years, the stale, thick heat produced by the London underground will no longer drift uselessly into the atmosphere. Instead, some of it will warm 1,400 nearby homes, cutting heating bills by about 10 percent. Recycling heat is quite common in Europe. Denmark gets roughly …

'Polar bear lizard' was the tiny T. rex of the Arctic

When the fossils of <i>Nanuqsaurus hoglundi</i> were discovered in the Arctic three decades ago, scientists thought they belonged to a whale, reports the <i>AFP</i>. But a second, more recent look from researchers in Texas revealed that the fossils actually belonged to a diminutive <i>Tyrannosaurus rex</i> relative that …