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T. rex’s silly-looking arms were built for slashing, says new study

T. rex's silly-looking arms were built for slashing, says new research

The Tyrannosaurus Rex was one of the scariest killers in the history of Planet Earth. But its fearsome image was undermined a little by the ridiculousness of its puny arms, which were among the smallest of all dinosaurs when considered proportionally against the size of its body. Now one researchers has claimed the tiny arms were actually “vicious weapons” equipped ... Read More »

A1689B11: The most ancient spiral galaxy confirmed

A1689B11: The most ancient spiral galaxy confirmed

Astronomers have confirmed the age of a spiral galaxy to be 11 billion years old, making it the oldest ever discovered. The most ancient spiral galaxy discovered to date is revealing its secrets to a team of astronomers at Swinburne University of Technology and The Australian National University (ANU), part of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in All ... Read More »

Spicy food could curb salt cravings, says new study

Spicy food could curb salt cravings, says new study

People who enjoy spicy foods tend to eat less salt and have lower blood pressure, according to a study. Blood pressure has been linked to the amount of spicy foods people eat. Those eating more spicy foods appear to eat less salty foods. Reducing the amount of salt in the diet also reduces the risk of heart attacks and strokes. ... Read More »

New Mars 2020 rover will include twenty-three cameras

New Mars 2020 rover will include twenty-three cameras (Photo)

NASA’s newest Mars rover will be kitted out with 23 ‘eyes’ to capture more detailed 3D and color images of the Red Planet than ever before. “Camera technology keeps improving,” says Justin Maki of JPL, Mars 2020’s imaging scientist and deputy principal investigator of the Mastcam-Z instrument, in a press statement. “Each successive mission is able to utilize these improvements, ... Read More »

Male mammoths were good at falling in holes, says new research

Male mammoths were good at falling in holes, says new research

Male mammoths — much like male humans — were clumsy galoots who didn’t look where they walking and fell into holes, researchers have established. Scientists led by Love Dalen of the Swedish Museum of Natural History in Stockholm set out to determine the gender of 98 sets of mammoth remains collected from various parts of Siberia. Unexpectedly, they found that ... Read More »

Heart Stents Fail to Ease Chest Pain, says new study

Research finding heart stents are often useless stuns cardiologists

A new research has found that inserting stents into arteries of hundreds of thousands of heart patients each year to relieve chest pain may be a waste of time, and its effectiveness might be due only to the “placebo effect.” In the study, 200 patients were either given stents or a placebo surgery as if they were receiving a stent, ... Read More »

Bees can be left or right-handed like humans, says new research

Bees can be left or right-handed like humans, says new study

Scientists at The University of Queensland’s Queensland Brain Institute have discovered that bees can have a preference for left or right – influencing their decisions while they navigate obstacles in flight. Professor Mandyam (Srini) Srinivasan said the study showed that honeybees displayed handedness that varied from individual to individual. “Unlike humans, who are mostly right-handed, some bees display a strong ... Read More »

Scientists discover belt of dust surrounding nearest star

Scientists discover belt of dust surrounding nearest star

Scientists have detected at least one cold dust belt surrounding the closest star to the Sun, Proxima Centauri. The presence of such a feature suggests there might be more than one planet orbiting Proxima. Proxima Centauri is the closest star to the Sun. It is a faint red dwarf lying just four light-years away in the southern constellation of Centaurus ... Read More »

Research reveals women more likely to file for divorce than men

Research reveals women more likely to file for divorce than men

When it comes to marriage, men are more likely to experience tension that builds over time, starting out low and increasing with the years – but, women are more likely to pull the plug. The research, which followed 355 couples over the course of 16 years, found that while wives’ and husbands’ marital tension increased over time, husbands’ tensions increased ... Read More »