The first human head transplant was delayed

The first human head transplant, scheduled for December 2017, was delayed. There is currently no exact date for when the surgery will take place, but researcher Sergio Canavero claims it will probably happen in the first half of 2018. Russian volunteer Valery Spiridonov recently announced he no longer wants to be the subject of the …

Mankind could disappear in 100 years

Daniel P. Whitmire is a former astrophysicist and professor of mathematics at Arkansas University, and he recently published an article in the International Journal of Astrobiology. According to his conclusions, mankind will disappear in 100-500 years. The article depicts the idea that millions of years of technological evolution are extremely rare. Humanity is right now …

July 2017 was the hottest month in history! Record temperatures were recorded in Alaska

According to a NASA report that was recently published, July 2017 was the hottest month in our recorded history. Record temperatures were measured in the whole world during July 2017, thus officially making it the warmest July since the first meteorological measurements were made. According to NASA’s website, this year’s July “was statistically tied with …

Scientists may have created solar panels that are twice as effective

Scientists at SEAS have created solar panels that are more efficient than anything we can find in the market right now. This was achieved by using state-of-the-art technology that is capable of capturing a wider spectrum of sunlight. This type of innovation is crucial to creating a green and feasible energy industry. The new solar …

Giant iceberg breaks off Antarctica.

One of the largest icebergs in the world has just broken out of the Antarctic ice cap. According to The Independent, the iceberg, which has been monitored for a long time by researchers, broke out of the Larsen C glacier, which is part of Antarctica. The giant iceberg has nearly 6,000 square kilometers. Now, Larsen …

The deadly secret buried in the soil of Mars: Mars Soil May Be Toxic!

Researchers fear that Mars is not suitable to be colonized. Recent discoveries suggest that the Martian soil is much more toxic than previously believed and could make it impossible to develop life forms and colonize the planet. In the soil, there are large amounts of perchlorate, a very toxic substrate that is activated by sunlight. …

A worm on the International Space Station has developed two heads

An experiment on the International Space Station had an unexpected result even for the researchers involved with the study. The team involved wanted to experiment with the effects of no gravity and no magnetic field in terrestrial organisms. So, they observed 10 large Planarian flatworms during their 5-week stay on ISS and 20 months evaluation …

Researchers have created a molecular black hole in the lab

Physicists at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in California have been able to create a “Molecular Black Hole” in the lab using X-Rays. The team has concentrated the full intensity of a powerful X-Ray laser in a single iodine molecule. The effect of this experiment was the formation of a microscopic black hole that devours …

A recent study concluded that the North Pole is warming up at an unprecedented rhythm!

According to a study that was recently published in the “Snow, Water, Ice and Permafrost in the Arctic” report, the Arctic region of our planet is warming up twice as fast as the rest of the planet. Thus, during the 2011-2015 time frame, there were record temperatures and in the last 17 years the amount …

Do we live in a hologram? A team of physicists claims to have found evidence to support this hypothesis

Physicists at Southampton University, England, say they have found evidence to sustain the theory that the universe is a three-dimensional illusion of a two-dimensional reality. According to their finding, it seems to be enough evidence to suggest that the universe is a hologram that’s vast and complex and our perception of life in three dimensions …