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Researchers find strong evidence that T. rex was a cannibal

The T.rex has earned a reputation as a ruthless, ferocious and reckless beast and if you have ever wondered what it's diet was like,...

Leonid meteor showers predicted in November

As the new month begins, the sky is set to light up with a beautiful planetary display of planets Jupiter, Mars and Venus shining brightly in the morning...

A human skull gazing out from the void on Halloween zips by Earth

NASA calls it the ‘Great Pumpkin,’ and some call it ‘spooky’, and ‘eerie'. It might have many names but ultimately it is an asteroid...

University of Washington establish brain-to-brain connection over internet

A researcher from the University of Washington was able to transmit brain signals over Internet to control the hand motions of a colleague last year. Recently, the...

New study: Majority of UK butterflies risk extinction without action on climate change

According to a recent study published in the journal Nature Climate Change, butterflies in the UK may be facing extinction by 2050. Significant efforts to...

Curiosity rover capture images of a “veiled woman” on Mars

The conspiracy theorist community was delighted by the latest images to be released by NASA from the Mars Curiosity rover, seemingly showing a partially cloaked woman walking on the surface.

Video: How to get the most out of the Perseid meteor shower on Wednesday

Its time for the spectacular yearly show of the Perseid media shower, the event will peak early Thursday at around 4 am EST and is...

Video: Major breakthrough for Fermilab NOvA experiment

Scientists from the NOvA (NuMI Off-Axis Electron Neutrino Appearance) experiment at Fermilab announced the observation of the first first evidence of oscillating neutrinos, a discovery...

Video: Gigantic “pyramid” spotted on Ceres

NASA’s Dawn spacecraft keeps revealing new mysteries as it approaches the dwarf planet Ceres, the latest discovery posted in a video on Thursday shows...

Queuing up: Book examines the history and cultural differences of standing in line

Despite what you might think, standing in line is not just an every day experience. It's a seemingly minor event that can tell you...