Monthly Archives: October, 2023

Orcas that hunted alongside humans might be extinct

Researchers used DNA analysis and traditional knowledge to learn about an orca named Old Tom and his family's remarkable relationship with humans. Read The...

‘Brady Bunch’ Star Christopher Knight Believes the Show Inspired Families

The actor played Peter Brady in the TV classic. Read The Full Article Here

The universe’s evolution seems to be slowing and we don’t

The development of cosmic structure – the huge strands of galaxies and caverns of emptiness that make up our universe – seems to be...

Smart toilets could leak your medical data, warn security experts

Toilets that collect health data could be hacked to reveal extremely sensitive information and should be regulated as medical devices, say security experts Read...

QUIZ: Would You Survive a Horror Novel?

You think you know horror stories. But would you survive being in a horror novel? Take this quiz in order to find out! Read...

Days of Our Lives Round Table: Are Chad and Stephanie

Are Chad and Stephanie over? Who should get custody of Victoria? Have Gabi and Stefan's hit a new low? The Days of Our Lives...

Capturing carbon in savannas: New research examines role of grasses

New research shows that, in addition to trees, humble grasses also play an essential role in capturing carbon. Read The Full Article Here

20 Must-Read Historical Fiction Books Set in France

These must-read historical fiction books set in France span more than 800 years, from the reign of Eleanor of Aquitaine to post-WWII Paris. Read...

Billy the Kid Season 2 Episode 3 Review: The Agony

Our review of Billy the Kid Season 2 Episode 3 reveals how one wrong decision leads to tragedy and an escalation of tensions in...

Multifactorial stress in citrus: Divergent responses of Carrizo and Cleopatra

Climate change, alongside human-induced adverse factors, threatens agricultural production and food security by causing stressful situations for plants, such as increased temperatures, extreme weather...

‘Christ’ tattoo discovered on 1,300-year-old body in Sudan

A tattoo referencing Christ was found on the 1,300-year-old body of an individual in what is now Sudan. Read The Full Article Here

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