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Hawking’s black hole puzzle solved, claims US scientist

Hawking’s black hole puzzle solved, claims US scientist

Washington,  A Michigan State University researcher has claimed to plug the hole in famous theoretical physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking’s black hole theory. “In 1975, Hawking discovered that black holes… Read more »

Smokers can’t taste bitter taste of caffeine

Smokers can’t taste bitter taste of caffeine

London, Do you smoke or have quit recently? Chances are that you may not taste and appreciate the bitter taste of caffeine in your cup of coffee. According to research,… Read more »

Camera used by Apollo astronaut sells for $827,000

Camera used by Apollo astronaut sells for $827,000

Vienna,  Vienna’s Westlicht photography gallery auctioned off a Hasselblad camera used by late Apollo astronaut Jim Irwin on the moon for 660,000 euros (or $827,000) over the weekend. The camera,… Read more »

Role of alcohol in US traffic deaths underreported: Study

Role of alcohol in US traffic deaths underreported: Study

New York,  While injuries are found to be the leading cause of death for US citizens younger than 45, the role of alcohol that often lead to those injuries is… Read more »

Couples checking Facebook while making love: Study

Couples checking Facebook while making love: Study

London,  Social media has entered bedrooms for sure and is now threatening love-making, with some couples checking Facebook during sex. According to a new survey by global condom maker Durex,… Read more »

You just can’t avoid speed cameras on roads

You just can’t avoid speed cameras on roads

London,  Obeying the speed limits is the only way to avoid being caught on speed cameras. Those who wish to do otherwise would have to drive at 119 million miles… Read more »

Earth breathed first 3 billion years ago!

Earth breathed first 3 billion years ago!

New York,  We all know that photosynthesis, the process used by plants and other organisms to convert energy derived from light into chemical energy, maintains the oxygen levels in the… Read more »

Now, electrical ‘thinking caps’ for better learning

Now, electrical ‘thinking caps’ for better learning

Washington,  Do away with coffee-dependent cram sessions! A mild electrical current to the brain is what you need to improve learning, says a study. Caffeine-fuelled cram sessions are routine occurrences… Read more »

Space sunflower to find another earth!

Space sunflower to find another earth!

California,  A spacecraft that looks like a giant sunflower might one day be used to acquire images of earth-like planets around nearby stars, scientists say. The spacecraft called ‘starshade’ is… Read more »

This bicycle glows under car headlights

This bicycle glows under car headlights

New York,  The joy of cycling, which is a new fad among neo-rich and health-conscious people alike, can not glow better than this! As the cyclists struggle hard to make the… Read more »