Archive for category: Sci/Tech

Ancient Armoured Fish: A Love Story

0 / October 23, 2014 6:33 pm

On Sunday October 19, 2014, news sources reported on fossil evidence revealing that ancient armoured fish called placoderms were the pioneers of sexual intercourse. Research into this evolutionary postulate was fueled by a fossil discovery off the coast of China […]

3rd spacewalk in 3 weeks at space station

3rd spacewalk in 3 weeks at space station

0 / October 23, 2014 6:32 pm

Being aboard the International Space Station isn’t all about excitement and adventure. For two Russian cosmonauts who recently completed a successful spacewalk this week, it was more about completing certain mundane housekeeping tasks while floating outside the celebrated Space Station […]

Scientists Ready as Comet has Close Encounter with Mars

0 / October 22, 2014 6:57 am

This weekend Mars will experience a close shave by a streaking comet and NASA’s fleet of nearby spacecraft will be observing the event. On Sunday, Comet Sliding Spring will pass within 87,000 miles of Mars during its voyage to the […]

Announce Of Apple Pay To Be Next Big Technology Craze?

0 / October 22, 2014 6:55 am

With the CEO of Apple, Tim Cook, and other Apple executives demonstrating the usage of the next Apple big development, Apply Pay on Thursday, October 16, 2014, many are beginning to wonder whether this new technological innovation will be the […]

aral sea dried up:  new photos show once vibrant sea now dry

aral sea dried up: new photos show once vibrant sea now dry

0 / October 1, 2014 6:15 am

The Fourth Largest Lake in the World Has Largely Dried Up Sitting between the borders of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, the Aral Sea (IE Sea of Islands) was a veritable oasis in a parched arid desert-like land for centuries until the […]

Mount St. Helens Ready To Erupt Again Soon Say Experts

Mount St. Helens Ready To Erupt Again Soon Say Experts

0 / September 30, 2014 5:41 pm

Ten Year Anniversay of Mount St. Helens Reawakening Longview, Washington – Baby boomers and Gen Xers all recall the news coverage that Mount St. Helens captured when the volcano exploded on May 18, 1980. The volcanic activity from the mountain […]

Espanola Ghost In Police Station VIDEO:  See Ghostly Figure At Police Station

Espanola Ghost In Police Station VIDEO: See Ghostly Figure At Police Station

0 / September 30, 2014 6:46 am

Ghost Caught on New Mexico Police CCTV Camera Espanola, New Mexico – The CCTV camera posted outside the town’s police station caught what appears to be a phantasm briskly moving across the camera’s periphery. The incident took place Saturday night […]

shark chokes on sea lion:  Shark Dies Eating Sea Lion (PHOTO)

shark chokes on sea lion: Shark Dies Eating Sea Lion (PHOTO)

0 / July 17, 2014 6:13 pm

Great White’s Last Meal A Great White shark was found washed ashore on Coronation Beach in Australia on Tuesday. This same shark was seen close to shore violently whipping and thrashing about days before it was found dead. While Great […]

Chloe Sladden leaves twitter

Chloe Sladden leaves twitter

0 / June 13, 2014 6:57 pm

Heads Continue to Roll at Twitter – Media Head Latest Victim San Francisco, CA – The pioneer of SMS texting-based social networking is reeling from a slowdown in growth that has Wall Street getting increasingly bearish on their stock. As […]

Palindrome Week: April 13 Marks Palindrome Week

0 / April 15, 2014 12:35 pm

The Week of April 13 Marks Palindrome Week It is sure to be something to raise the eyebrows of Tarot card readers, fortune tellers, astrologers, and those who lend faith to numerology in any of its forms because the date […]