If we like someone immediately, it may be due to their body odor. A research has shown that the faint aroma of our fellow humans promotes both sexual and platonic connections between men and...Read More
America: Colonized 36,000 years ago?
New Mexico mammoth site shows early human presence. Humans may have lived in North America 36,000 years ago, 20,000 years earlier than expected. A huge battleground on New Mexico’s Colorado Plateau offers proof. There,...Read More
China leads offshore wind energy growth
China has about 9,000 offshore wind turbines, followed by the EU. 74% of proposed offshore wind farms are in Chinese seas, says a new report. Europe leads in installed capacity. EU and UK wind...Read More
Chile’s huge sinkhole
The 200-meter-deep depression is tennis court-sized. How did the hole form? The round hole that formed in northern Chile on Saturday seems supernatural or otherworldly. The Alcaparrosa mine in Atacama fell abruptly. The opening...Read More
Solar cell instead of charging station
First solar-powered automobile will hit market this summer. Lightyear intends to make electric vehicles independent of charging facilities and outlets. Eindhoven’s Lightyear One is a solar-powered electric automobile. Solar energy charges the car when...Read More
What are these odd threads on Mars?
This collection of cables on Mars has a more prosaic explanation than we thought. Space spaghetti, yarn, thread… The Perseverance rover captured a mysterious item in mid-July on Mars. NASA: “There are many unknowns.”...Read More
Why is the Earth spinning faster?
Earth’s rotation is accelerating. We’re losing daylight. Didn’t notice anything? Normal, we’re talking milliseconds here. Every 24 hours, Earth revolves. This defines day length. Reality is more complicated. Because Earth isn’t static. It slows...Read More