The barrier to interstellar travel seems to have always been our inability to go faster than the speed of light. Now, NASA may have discovered the secret to the famous warp drive, which propelled the Starship Enterprise across the galaxies.
Doctors in the Netherlands were amazed to discover the contents of a mummified monk inside a Buddhist statue. This is the first time that such a thing has been found and it is thought to date back to the 11th or 12th century BC.
Researchers in Greece unearthed some wine samples that date way back to 4200 B.C., making it at least 6,000 years old. The wine samples are thought to be the oldest samples that have ever been recorded in Europe.
The Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals did not release the name of the Canadian couple charged with cruelty to animals in late August after 40 pythons were found in a hotel.
Astronomers at the University of California and the Carnegie Institution of Washington have discovered a new planet that is located right by Earth. The planet may actually be able to support human life
University of Minnesota researchers have discovered a fast-acting antidote that will reverse cyanide poisoning. They claim it works much faster than current antidotes and has a longer window of time in which it can be administered.
Art lovers will be thrilled to learn that archaeologist have recently unearthed an ancient painting which closely resembles modern day art. If you zoom in at the picture you will notice just how spectacular it is.
In southern Utah, scientists have uncovered the fossilized remains of a 75.5 million-year-old supercrocodile. The 30-foot-long creature lived in fresh water and snacked on 10-foot sturgeons and land-dwelling dinosaurs.
Just when you thought that penguins could only be associated with the Arctic, snow and ice, then think again. Scientists have discovered a penguin creature who preferred the warmer climate of the tropics
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Two new species of epaulette sharks that can walk on their fins were discovered along with a whole host of new species.
The sharks are about 3 to 4 feet (1 to 1.2 ...
Archaeologists in the Netherlands have uncovered what they believe is part of the military road Roman soldiers patrolled nearly 2,000 years ago while guarding against hostile Germanic tribes at the Roman Empire's northern boundary.
"WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Jan. 3 (UPI) -- Researchers said Wednesday they have identified a five-gene profile signature that could give doctors strong clues about the chances a patient has of surviving lung cancer."