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Robert Mugabe in custody as army takes control in Zimbabwe

Robert Mugabe in custody as army takes control in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe is under house arrest, South African President Jacob Zuma has said in a statement after the Zimbabwean military appeared to have taken control of the country. Chief of staff in the Zimbabwe National Army Sibusiso Moyo appeared on state television early Wednesday, saying that the position taken by the military since the statement made by Zimbabwe ... Read More »

Scientists Witness the Largest Galaxy Collision Ever Discovered

Scientists Witness the Largest Galaxy Collision Ever Discovered

Two ginormous galaxies almost 13 billion light years away are about to smash into each other in the most extreme merger event of its kind. And astronomers on Earth have a front row view. Using the ALMA radio telescope in Chile, scientists have spotted what they believe to be the largest galaxy merger ever discovered. The two galaxies, collectively called ... Read More »

What Is This Martian Lake Doing In Canada?! (Video)

What Is This Martian Lake Doing In Canada?! (Video)

A strange lake in British Columbia, Canada, which is believed by locals to have healing properties has been found to have conditions similar to that of Mars. The micro organic life found in this lake could be the type of life that could exist on Mars.. For example, one pool might help with someone suffering with warts, while another pool ... Read More »

Proof of Aliens on Mars? UFO HQ ‘found’ on Red Planet

Proof of Aliens on Mars? UFO HQ 'found' on Red Planet

Conspiracy theorists believe they have found what we’ve all been looking for – proof of life on Mars. A triangular-shaped object has been found on the surface of Mars near a dome structure. And truth-seekers believe this is a crashed UFO near an alien base on the Red Planet. The “discoveries” have been revealed in a video on YouTube by ... Read More »

Breastfeeding cuts risk of eczema by 54 percent, says new study

Breastfeeding cuts risk of eczema by 54 percent, says new study

Tots who were breastfed for between four and six months from birth are half as likely to develop the painful skin condition, according to new research A study, which is published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Pediatrics, and was led by researchers from King’s College London, Harvard University, University of Bristol and McGill University, examined ... Read More »

Doomsday warning to humanity signed by 15000 scientists

Doomsday warning to humanity signed by 15000 scientists

More than 15,000 scientists from 184 countries warn the evidence is clear: Current and future human health and wellbeing are at serious risk from climate change, deforestation, loss of access to freshwater, species extinctions, and human population growth. The article includes steps that can be taken to reverse negative trends. However, the authors suggest that it may take a massive ... Read More »

Corvette unleashes the 2019 ZR1: The most powerful ‘Vette ever (Photo)

Corvette unleashes the 2019 ZR1: The most powerful 'Vette ever (Photo)

Chevrolet officially pulled the sheet off of the 2019 Corvette ZR1, the most powerful ‘Vette ever produced. “I’ve never driven a Corvette like this before, and nobody else has either, because there’s never been one like this before,” said Mark Reuss, executive vice president, Global Product Development, Purchasing and Supply Chain. “Its unprecedented performance puts all other global supercars on notice that ... Read More »

Mary Jung: UBC developer creates diabetes diet

Mary Jung: Scientist creates diabetes diet

With world diabetes day just around the corner on November 14, UBC Okanagan associate professor Mary Jung wants to help those living with type 2 diabetes or prediabetes create, and more importantly, maintain healthy habits. The developer and researcher has devoted her research career to investigating what makes healthy habits stick. Her laboratory at UBC’s Okanagan campus —while petri dish ... Read More »