The Most Sensitive Dark Matter Detector Releases Its First Results

Around eighty-five percent of the matter scientists have detected in the universe comes from something we can’t feel or see. It’s a seemingly enormous amount of mass whose gravity bends other stars’ light and makes galaxies spin strangely. And scientists really, really want to know what this so-called dark matter is. Read more… All articles Read more »

Most Disturbing Cases Of Celebrity Stalkers!

Celebrities get to enjoy many perks that come along with being famous, but they also have to deal with overzealous fans that stalk them! Some stalkers have serious mental illnesses, which makes it even more serious. Stories in the news include stalkers breaking into a star’s home, showing up at their doorstep, or even making threatening […] Read more »

The Huami Amazfit is probably the most perfect fitness tracker under $80

It took a small ceramic doughnut for me to realize I’m a fat piece of shit. Like most people who work from home, my lifestyle could be better. The most walking I do is when I stagger to the fridge to grab another Diet Coke. Most of the time, I’m sat on my arse writing […] Read more »

Monsanto Just Got Access to the World’s Most Powerful Gene-Editing Tool

Agriculture company Monsanto has acquired a non-exclusive global licensing agreement from MIT’s Broad Institute and Harvard to use the CRISPR/Cas9 gene-editing system. The firm will use it to design and grow new seeds and plants, but there are key restrictions on its use to prevent Monsanto from abusing this revolutionary new technology. Read more… All […] Read more »

8 Reasons Why the Tokyo Olympics Will Be the Most Futuristic We’ve Ever Seen

In 1964, the last time Tokyo hosted the Summer Olympics, the nation revealed one of the biggest mic drops in transportation history: the debut of the shinkansen, the world-famous bullet train that became a Japanese icon. The first high-speed train in the world, it spurred similar technology to spread to Europe and other East Asian […] Read more »