Interstellar object ‘Oumuamua is not an iceberg made out of pure nitrogen, scientists say

Mysterious 3,000-foot-long interstellar object ‘Oumuamua is NOT an iceberg made out of pure nitrogen because there’s not enough in the known universe to make an object that big, scientists say ‘Oumuamua is not a nitrogen iceberg, Harvard researchers say, refuting a study from March There is not enough nitrogen in the known universe to make … Read more

Sony could cut PS5 production by a MILLION units due to the global chip shortage

Christmas misery for kids as Sony cuts PS5 production by a MILLION units due to chip shortages and shipping issues The global chip shortage could force Sony to cut production of its PS5 People familiar with the matter told Bloomberg that the firm was planning on making 16 million units, but reduced the target to … Read more

£6,830 version of iPhone 13 Pro Max contains a fragment of a real 80 million-year-old T.REX TOOTH 

That’s roar-some! Designers create a £6,830 version of Apple’s iPhone 13 Pro Max containing a fragment of a real 80 million-year-old T.REX TOOTH Apple’s iPhone 13 Pro Max came out in September, and costs up to £1,549 Now, luxury brand Caviar has unveiled an even more expensive version The £6,830 Tyrannophone features a fragment of … Read more

Rare ‘Henry VII half groat’ is likely the oldest English coin found in Canada

A rare ‘half groat’ or two-penny piece minted during the reign of Henry VII is likely the oldest English coin found in Canada, experts reveal. The stunning silver coin was found by archaeologists in Newfoundland, Canada this year, at the site of a former English colony.  It’s ‘likely the oldest English coin to ever be found … Read more

Fossilized cranium of 4.5 million-year-old elephant shows how it become the dominant speices

Researchers have re-analyzed the enormous cranium of an ancient relative of the African elephant and found that it used significantly less energy than other ancient elephants, allowing it to become the dominant species of the time.    Experts from the University of Michigan looked at the massive cranium of an extinct Loxodonta adaurora that lived … Read more

Fossilized cranium of 4.5 million-year-old elephant shows how it become the dominate speices

Researchers have re-analyzed the enormous cranium of an ancient relative of the African elephant and found that it used significantly less energy than other ancient elephants, allowing it to become the dominant species of the time.    Experts from the University of Michigan looked at the massive cranium of an extinct Loxodonta adaurora that lived … Read more

Gamma rays starting from UFOs are discovered coming from nearby galaxies for the first time

Gamma rays emanating from ultra-fast outflows have been discovered coming from nearby galaxies for the first time Astronomers discovered gamma rays emanating from ultra-fast outflows coming from several nearby galaxies for the first time UFOs are winds that come from supermassive black holes that could play a role in how large the black hole and … Read more

Climate change is causing record warming in the Great Lakes that will likely fuel lake effect snow

Climate change is causing record warming in the Great Lakes: Temperatures have SURGED at least 2 degrees above normal which will likely fuel lake effect snow to drop up to three inches per hour over the winter The Great Lakes have been one to two degrees above normal since October Researchers say this will fuel lake-effect snow, … Read more

China´s first female spacewalker conducts six-hour task outside Tianhe

Wang Yaping has become the first Chinese woman to conduct a spacewalk as part of a six-month mission to the country’s space station. Wang, 41, and fellow astronaut Zhai Zhigang, 55, left Tianhe, the main module of China’s Tiangong Space Station, on Sunday evening.  Their spacewalk took a total of six hours 25 minutes, during which time the … Read more

Ancient Earth was hit by rain storms hundreds of miles wide, study reveals 

Ancient Earth was hit by extreme ‘hothouse’ periods of intense dryness, followed by massive rainstorms, a new study reveals.  These rainstorms were hundreds of miles wide and could dump more than a foot of rain in a matter of hours, Harvard University scientists report. Today Earth is experiencing the dramatic impacts that even a small increase … Read more