The underwater Greek site that was once realized as the remains of an old-lost ancient city fit out to something that is really amazing. It's not an Atlantis, in fact it is the “lost city” that was given life by a natural phenomenon in the Pliocene age about 5 million years ago.
NASA is really struggling hard to save world from pollution. NASA created a new satellite-based method to identify sources of pollution.
Research team of Lancaster University in the U.K, are laboring hard to hatch an "Emotion detector". The Lancaster “emotion detector” is actually an ear-piece, connected to a smart phone, vertibly measures skin and heart responses when an emotional stimuli is stimulated.
Google is bringing up a Project Ara modular smartphone adventure that will launch in next year. Blaise Bertrand, Manager of Google's Advanced Technology and Projects group, publicized that a new developer phone will be available in the markets next year.
University of Florida researchers confirmed three Nile crocodiles were overwhelmed between 2000 and 2014. National Geographic dotted their weight up to 1,650 and their length is about 16 feet.
NASA tweeted some ominous statement about April as the hottest month ever recorded that shattered all the previous records in history.
Emma Morano, is now the oldest woman alive who was born in 1800s. Morano has grabbed the title from 116-year-old Susannah Mushatt Jones, died on Thursday in New York City after being hospitalized for the past 10 days.
Tylenol( Acetaminophen) is a fine pain killer but, research has found out that Tylenol is making you less concern with other people's pain.
The 30-year-old Siamese named as Scooter was perceived by the Guinness Book of World Records for his long-lived life of 30 years in this world.
It's really amazing carrying your pet along with you in the main cabin. However, this is like breaking the norms- but two Canadian airlines made it possible for pet lovers to carry pets to the main cabin.