As a result of a ‘rare’ weather phenomenon Pink Rainbows had been spotted in the south west of England. Rainbows are caused by the reflection, refraction of light in water, such as rain, resulting in a spectrum of light being dispersed Continue reading Pink Rainbows in the South of England
A senior doctor from the US governments health institute has risen concerns about the commercial use of Intravenous drips to treat hangovers should not be allowed. Scientists at the National Institute of Health specialising in in the research and treatment Continue reading Should Intravenous Drips Be Banned For Treating Hangovers?
Recently there has been much media coverage on the new Jurassic World trailer reaching thousands of people in it’s first 24hrs. Capturing the imagination of many people where it created a believable theme park environment where dinosaurs could live. Of Continue reading Can We Bring Back Dinosaurs From Extinction?
Google have started offering a free video conference with doctors should your search contain medical terms or common problems, this came to light when a user of Reddit user made a post noting that they had no idea Google started Continue reading Google Search To Add Medical Chat
This discovery was made when the woman, Feng Yu had been admitted to the Chinese PLA General Hospital, having experienced high levels of dizziness and nausea. When interviewed by doctors she admitted to having problems walking steadily most of her Continue reading Woman of 24 Is Found to be Missing a Cerebellum
An article in The New York Times has brought forward some of the on going research into our digestive system and how our bodies interact with bacteria. For every human cell there are 10 resident microbes, they are on your skin, Continue reading Your Body Is 90% Bacteria
For the first time ever scientist claim to have conclusively measured the speed at which a black hole is spinning. The mind bending speed was measured using data from both a nuclear spectroscopic telescope array and x-ray satellites. Calculating the Continue reading Black Hole Spins At Light Speed… Almost
Sometimes you need to go the extra mile, in Lauren Rojas case 17.73-miles high and 47-miles across. The 12 year old student from Cornerstone Christian School in Antioch, California decided to launch her Hello Kitty doll into space for her Continue reading Hello Kitty Go Pro In Space
Kelloggs have released a video targeting women, encouraging people to start eating breakfast and lose weight in the process, they have provided recipie, diet plans and ideas on their website which are cutomisable to your individual needs once you’ve made an Continue reading Special K Diet & Benefits Of Eating Breakfast In The Morning
Zac Vawuter age 31 says he is a test pilot, although he doesn’t fly a plain, as he is the first person to use a bionic leg this advanced to climb the 103 flights of stairs of Chicagos Willis Tower. Continue reading Mind-Controlled Bionic Leg Used To Climb Chicago’s 103 Story Willis Tower