News – January 2018

  • Another Case Of Rare Side Effect In Some Children Who Take Tamiflu
  • Your phone is like a spy in your pocket
  • 9th Grade Students Gain the Attention of Scientists After Their Experiment Reveals a Dark Truth About WiFi
  • Chinese scientists clone monkeys, break barrier to human cloning
  • The US government wants to speed gene-editing therapies to patients
  • Get Ready for the ‘Super Blue Blood Moon’ Eclipse of Jan. 31!
  • New French Telescope Trio Will Scan the Sky for Earth-Like Planets
  • Modern fossil discovery rewrites human history
  • Indiana University astrobiologist named planetary protection officer at NASA
  • 5 reasons why a ghost might attach itself to you
  • Doomsday Clock moved to just two minutes to ‘apocalypse’
  • ‘Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence’ Needs a New Name, SETI Pioneer Says
  • Boom! Boom! Boom! Three Massive Meteor Explosions in 9 Days
  • Humans will have a ‘robot second self’ that knows everything about them and acts as a digital extension of their consciousness within just 20 years, claim Microsoft experts
  • Bloke claims to have visited the year 6,000 and reveals robots will govern us
  • How a Government Shutdown Would Affect NASA
  • Steam-Powered Rocket Man Announces New Launch Date and Place
  • ‘Potentially hazardous’ asteroid the size of the Burj Khalifa is heading towards Earth at 67,000mph
  • Chinese Scientists Want to Put a Giant Laser in Space to Zap Space Junk
  • The Hole in Earth’s Ozone Layer Is Healing, First-of-Its-Kind Study Shows
  • Frost Quake: Mysterious noises rattling central Indiana neighborhoods were likely winter phenomenon
  • Human extinction imminent: Conscious killer robot technology is ‘nearly here’
  • Astronomers Find a Spectacular Source For Those Mysterious Repeating Space Signals
  • How ‘wi-fi’ connects human brains and explains why people have ‘gut feelings’
  • Alien Spotted Boarding UFO in Romania?
  • Man Declared Dead by 3 Doctors Wakes Up in Morgue Just Hours Before Autopsy
  • Astronaut John Young, Who Walked on the Moon and Led 1st Shuttle Mission, Dies at 87
  • Researchers analyze NASA moon mission audio to let public ‘Explore Apollo’
  • Curiosity Rover Discovers Strange ‘Stick Figures’ on Mars
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