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Marvel or monster? Scientists find first live specimen of fabled giant shipworm

Marvel or monster? Researchers find first live specimen of fabled giant shipworm

Scientists have collected the first live specimen of a rare, giant shipworm, found in the Philippines. The long, black worm-like animals were found in waters near the Philippines. Actually a super-elongated mollusk, the giant shipworm is good company for the many hell-spawned, demon fish that roam darkened waters across the globe. It can grow up to five-feet long, and yes, ... Read More »

Aaron Hernandez: Fmr. NFL star commits suicide in Massachusetts prison

Aaron Hernandez: Fmr. NFL star commits suicide in Massachusetts prison

The Massachusetts Department of Corrections has confirmed former New England Patriot and former Florida Gator Aaron Hernandez has died after committing suicide in prison. Hernandez had been acquitted of a 2012 double-murder just five days ago. Correctional officers at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley found Hernandez hanging in his cell around 3:05 a.m., according to a DOC statement. An ... Read More »

US Man killed three on street, says he ‘hates white people’

US Man killed three on street, says he 'hates white people'

A gunman who nicknamed himself ‘Black Jesus’ shot and killed three strangers in a bid to kill as many white people as possible, police said. A man who authorities said fatally shot three men, apparently chosen at random, had posted on social media a dislike for white people and government officials, Fresno, California, police Chief Jerry Dyer said. “We believe ... Read More »

Woman, 32, With Two Vaginas Reported To Be Pregnant, Report

Woman, 32, With Two Vaginas Reported To Be Pregnant, Report

A Woman born with two vaginas and two wombs is expecting a “miracle” baby, after doctors warned she was infertile. Medics believed Krista Schwab could never get pregnant, because of complications caused by her rare condition. “I always felt the separate sections during intercourse and smear tests but I just thought that feeling was a normal thing every woman had,” ... Read More »

Russia has built a terrifying robot which can fire guns, and is sending it into Space “Video”

Russia has built a terrifying robot which can fire guns, and is sending it into Space (Video)

A Russian robot is scheduled to exit the Earth’s atmosphere in 2021, but it first needs to learn some basic skills before beginning its voyage. “FEDOR” already knows how to drive and put out a fire, but what happens if it gets ambushed by extraterrestrials? Russia’s deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said the android was designed to benefit mankind, despite ... Read More »

April Is Parkinson’s Awareness Month, How Can You Help?

April Is Parkinson's Awareness Month, How Can You Help?

April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month, when Parkinson’s organizations around the world draw attention to Parkinson’s disease, a progressive brain disorder affecting over 100,000 Canadians and 6 million people worldwide. Across Canada, Parkinson Awareness Month activities will include Parkinson tulip sales, concerts, breakfasts, educational presentations, conferences and other informational events. “Ten regional partners with 240 chapters and support groups are reaching ... Read More »

Scientists may have taken the first photo of a black hole

Scientists may have taken the first photo of a black hole

An international team of astronomers who spent five sleepless nights staring into the darkest corners of the universe may have just captured the first ever image of a black hole. There were nights when they had to stop their observations due to bad weather or something going wrong with their system, but they ultimately wrapped up on April 11th, 11:22 ... Read More »

NASA finds crack in middle of Greenland’s biggest glaciers (Photo)

NASA finds crack in middle of Greenland's biggest glaciers

NASA just snapped the first photos of a mysterious crack in one of Greenland’s largest glaciers. Scientists at NASA’s Operation IceBridge are photographing shrinking Arctic and Antarctic ice to study the effect of climate change on the planet’s polar regions. Stef Lhermitte, a Delft University of Technology professor, first noticed the crack in the middle of the glacier in satellite ... Read More »