(PCM) A very strange weather phenomenon occurred in the Siberian region of Russia in early 2007 and then again in 2015 when orange colored snow poured forth from the sky, baffling both residents and scientists. The orange snow fell throughout an area of about 580 square miles that is located about 1,400 miles from Moscow. […]
(PCM) Did you know that all blue-eyed human beings are said to have a single common ancestor? A research study conducted by the University of Copenhagen in 2007 revealed that blue colored eyes are caused by a single genetic mutation that occurred 6,000-10,000 years ago. This research proves that all blue-eyed individuals can be linked back […]
(PCM) Just when we thought we had heard it all, a new report from the Kyoto University’s Primate Research Institute in Japan has revealed that the chimpanzee’s who reside in their facility have actually learned how to play the infamous rock, paper, scissors game. According to Phys.org, “Chimpanzees of all ages and all sexes can learn […]
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(PCM) What is Dihyrdogen Monoxide? Could this chemical compound be making us sick? Could we really die from ingesting Dihydrogen Monoxide? These are just some of the questions an average person might have when they are attempting to research or study any type of new chemical compound and are worried, due to reports in the […]
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(PCM) KFC is certainly showing their dedication and determination with marketing their new Chicken Zinger sandwich, as they have become one of the first fast food chains to launch a chicken sandwich into space. The sandwich is even housed in an appropriately bucket-shaped satellite! The company really pulled out all the stops with this campaign, […]
(PCM) Some of us are big followers of astrology and others not so much, but did you know that according to some recently conducted research your birth month could be linked to certain chronic diseases, putting you at a potentially higher risk. The research study was recently published in Science Direct via the Medicina Clinica […]
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(PCM) A new YouTube video posted by the hacking group Anonymous claims that NASA has concrete proof of alien life and will soon be releasing the truth to the general public. In the 12-minute video released by Anonymous they explain that NASA has already been in contact with the intelligent extraterrestrial civilizations and this proves […]
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(PCM) A Philadelphia- based firm called Bioquark are gearing up to begin their initial round of clinical testing in an attempt to bring people back from the dead. After many years of research the company revealed in late 2016 that they believe that brain death is not permanent and could perhaps be reversible. The CEO […]
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(PCM) Researchers from Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) and Museum Victoria were recently out on an expedition and during their studies they came across a very rare find. While out on the sea they discovered a very odd species of fish that resembles something that might come out of our own nightmares, or […]
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(PCM) Human beings as a species are constantly evolving and with the continued growth of technology, it leads us to wonder just where human evolution will end up in the next 1,000 years or so. We have always heard the rumors that there will eventually be chips implanted under our skin for identification and different […]
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(PCM) An artist by the name of Julijonas Urbonas has created what is arguably one of the most controversial inventions. His project is called the “Euthanasia Coaster”, which is a roller coaster that is designed to kill its’ riders. According to his website, Urbonas says his coaster design is “a hypothetic roller coaster, engineered to […]
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(PCM) One of history’s biggest mysteries that spans over 800 years is definitely where the final resting place of the great Mongol leader Genghis Khan is located. Researchers and historians have been speculating for years about it’s exact location and …
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(PCM) As many of you are already aware, tonight, December 21st 2014 marks the winter solstice, however there is something even more special about this date this year.
If you reside anywhere in the Northern hemisphere then it will be …
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(PCM) An Israeli company has created the Nano Bible, which is a microchip the contains the entire New Testament that can be worn as jewelry.
The size of the Nano Bible is less than a fifth of an inch square and it can be mounted on a necklace worn around your neck. However, in order to actually read the Nano Bible you will need a special microscope.
Included in the Nano Bible is the original Greek version of the New Testaments 27 books.
The company that created the tiny fashion accessory Nano Bible also claim that their creation has been nominated for inclusion in the Guinness Book Of World Records.… Full Story
(PCM) Oh, the absolute horror; this is honestly the stuff of nightmares. A man suffering from severe headaches discovered that the source of his constant perturbation was a species of tapeworm rarely seen in humans, Spirometra erinaceieuropaei.
The man ended FOUR …
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(PCM) For years futurists have been predicting that we will be seeing great advancements in the area of travel technology. It has always been a fantasy that we would eventually be zipping around in those futuristic flying cars just like …
(PCM) There is going to be quite the interesting sight in the skies this coming Wednesday when we will see a total lunar eclipse otherwise known as a “Blood Moon” occur that can be easily viewed with the naked eye.…
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(PCM) This past Wednesday a strong solar flare was released by the sun and is on a steady place towards the planet Earth.
Researchers have identified the flare as an “X-class” flare, which happens to be the most dangerous type, …
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(PCM) The mysterious case of the London serial killer Jack The Ripper, who terrorized the city in the 1800’s by both killing and mutilating prostitutes, may have finally been solved.
It is all thanks to a 48 year old business …
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(PCM) The news has been announced that NASA has approved development on a new incredibly powerful rocket called the Space Launch System (SLS) which will finally be able to travel outside of Earth’s obit by sometime in the 2030′s.
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(PCM) A six-year old giant panda named Ai Hin that resides at a Chinese zoo began showing signs of pregnancy, however after two months of observations by zookeepers it is speculated that the giant panda was faking her pregnancy.
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(PCM) Those that were hoping for a milder winter this year will be quite disappointed by the predictions made in the Old Farmer’s Almanac which calls for a “super-cold” winter and more snowfall than normal for the north-east region of …
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(PCM) Have you ever dreamed about wanting to sit down at any given time anywhere you happen to be? Well, a Swiss company may have created just the solution you have been looking for with the “chairless chair”.
The concept …
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(PCM) You may have seen several stories popping up around the web warning people about the dangers of swimming in fresh water lakes and ponds, as there are potentially lethal amoebas lurking under the surface.
The reports began circulating after a 9-year old girl by the name of Hally Yurst passed away on July 9th after a waterborne, brain-eating amoeba caused her death.
As terrifying as it sound sounds, Yurst’s family has come forward and spoken out about their daughter’s death claiming the she was one in a billion. In a news conference Shon Yurst claims “You are more likely to die from drowning than you are from ever dying from this organism.… Full Story
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(PCM) Somehow I feel like this going to be another one of those stories that gets debunked or proven false rather quickly, however it has been stated scientifically that smelling small doses of farts could be beneficial to your overall …
(PCM) Is it just me or does there seem to be quite a bit of experimenting with people’s moods going on lately. First there was the news about Facebook’s experiments with users moods and emotions and now British Airways has unveiled the ‘happiness blanket’ which is being used to conduct research on passengers moods while traveling.
The ‘happiness blanket’ is supplied by British Airways to travelers and features both neurosensors and fiber optics, which are woven into the blankets material. The sensors measure the passengers brainwaves and can sense if they are tense or relaxed. The blanket is designed to turn red to indicate tension is present and blue to show that the passenger is calm and relaxed.… Full Story
(PCM) I somehow feel so used! It seems that Facebook has been taking part in a little social experiment that began back in 2012.
The company allegedly subjected nearly 700,000 users to unknowingly have their feeds altered to study and gauge the effects on emotions.
Facebook created the social experiment to see if the content that appears in a person’s news feed would have the ability to influence their overall mood.
It has long been established that if an individual surrounds themselves with happy people than they will in turn also be happier and vice versa, when surrounding yourself with negativity an individual is more likely to have a negative demeanor as well.… Full Story
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(PCM) I have no idea why I am just discovering this brilliant story now, but an artist by the name of Bartholomäus Traubeck has been using cross-sectional slices of a tree stump and playing them on a converted record player to …
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(PCM) Today, June 13th, 2014 just so happened to fall on a Friday this year and we have some news that makes today even eerier for all those superstitious folks out there! Tonight will also be a full moon, which …
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(PCM) In what was truly an amazing feat a young paraplegic man kicked-off the 2014 World Cup in Brazil wearing a mind-controlled robotic suit. The paraplegic man was able to walk onto the field and kick the soccer ball to give the game quite the emotional start.
The suit is part of the “Walk Again Project” and the specially designed exo-skeleton consists of small motors that allow a paralyzed person to walk and even kick again. The exo-skeleton also feature a cap that it fitted with electrodes so that when the wearer thinks about walking or kicking the suit will then respond appropriately.… Full Story
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(PCM) A company out of California has just earned a Gates Foundation grant to continue its’ research and experimentation with an unorthodox form of pest control which is cow cologne.
Created by ISCA Technologies, the cow cologne according to Smithsonian …
(PCM) This past Sunday marked the start of hurricane season and a new study reveals that hurricanes named after females turn out to be more deadly than those named after males.
It has been tradition that hurricanes are given names …
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(PCM) A Pittsburgh man by the name of David Nabhan, claims that he has discovered a way to pinpoint and predict with a certain level of accuracy when and where earthquakes are set to occur.
In his new book, “Eathquake …
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(PCM) It is not very often that Wyoming comes in the the headlines, but new footage of an incredible supercell storm system is definitely generating a lot of buzz.
The incredible image was captured by the Basehunters storm chasers group …
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(PCM) In a recent study that was conducted with about 10,000 participants it was concluded that 86% of left-handed people reported that they were “extremely satisfied” when it came to their sex life. Only a mere 15% of right-handed people reported that they are “extremely satisfied”.
With the results of the study in mind, Swedish intimate lifestyle company LELO, had designed a new sex toy just for left-handed individuals. The new toy named “DEXTRUS” is designed to stimulate the right side of the brain, so while increasing sexual pleasure, it is claimed that the new toy can also make you smarter.… Full Story
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(PCM) We all know the zombie apocalypse is bound to happen sooner or later right? Well, the good folks over at American Chemist want to be sure you are safe and to coincide with the upcoming season finale of AMC’s The Walking Dead, they have revealed Eau de Death, the only cologne you will need to survive the rise of the dead.
We all know that zombies are only attracted to the scent of living human flesh, so why not mask yourself in the scent of death. Researchers have discovered that the key to creating the perfect scent of death (and zombie camouflage) is to mix together two compounds that are found within the human body as it decomposes and who could ask for a better name than : putrescine and cadavarine.
Both chemicals give off that scent of death even at very low quantities and are active in parts per billion. In the video, seen below, it is noted that a modified version of the E. coli bacteria could act as a “little factory” for the chemicals, producing the putrescine and cadverine (as well as a little bit of methanethiol for that “rotten egg, boiled cabbage smell”) all in … Read the rest…
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(PCM) When thinking about the ways in which human beings use their senses each and every day, many times our sense of smell can be overlooked, however it has recently been revealed that our noses have the ability to sniff out at least a trillion different scents.
There was an assumption made years ago, 1927 to be exact, that the human nose was only able to detect about 10,000 different odors, however a new study published in Science has revealed that number to be much, much higher. There are times that we, as humans, are barely even aware that we are smelling anything at all.
This new finding actually proves that by being able to distinguish between over 1 trillion different scents the human nose has more sensitivity than any other organ in our bodies. Researchers at Rockefeller University and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute tested the noses of a group of volunteers using precisely crafted mixtures of odor molecules to complete their research.
Obviously researchers were not going to be able to test a trillion different smells individually, so they used 128 different odorant molecules to create smell mixtures that were reminiscent of familiar smells such a fresh cut … Read the rest…
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(PCM) An international team of scientists at the North-Eastern Federal University in Yakutsk, Siberia are claiming that there is a very strong possibility that they will be able to clone a woolly mammoth that has been frozen for over 43,000 years.
The scientists claim that they will be able to extract DNA from the frozen woolly mammoth and mix it will that of an elephant and hope that the DNA will be the perfect material to use for the cloning experiment.
A scientist who spoke with the Siberian Times said “”The data we are about to receive will give us a high chance to clone the mammoth.We must have a reason to do this, as it is one thing to clone it for scientific purpose, and another to clone for the sake of curiosity.”
If the cloning is a success than it needs to be taken into consideration that the animal created during the cloning process will be different than the woolly mammoth that was living approximately 43,000 years ago. The evolutionary paths of both the woolly mammoth and the elephant split many years ago.
The scientists that are conducting the autopsy on the frozen woolly mammoth are incredibly surprised … Read the rest…
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(PCM) This is definitely an interesting story and I am currently still trying to discover it’s validity, as I am only seeing it reported in few places thus far. I have checked it out on Snopes and it does not seem to be debunked yet. If this news it true, it will open new doors to incredible research for scientists all across the world who will finally be able to study a living dinosaur specimen. According to WorldNewsDailyReport.com, a malfunction in the heating system at the Natural History Museum in Berlin, Germany caused an over 200 million year old Gasosaurus dinosaur egg that was in storage by the boiler room […]
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(PCM) We have definitely been having quite a bit of strange weather throughout much of the country for the last few weeks. Many people, especially in the Eastern states of Ohio and Pennsylvania have been experience one of mother natures more bizarre phenomenons with the appearance of snow rollers. Social … Continue reading →
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(PCM) As you know flu season is already very much underway, with the CDC already reporting epidemics in several states across the country. However, would you be willing to allow yourself to be infected with the flu if it mean receiving the sum of $3,000 in return? If so, than … Continue reading →
(PCM) NASA researchers and personnel got a big surprise recently when a mysterious rock made its’ appearance in front of the Mars Opportunity rover. The incident occurred last week, in which the mysterious Martian rock that resembles a jelly doughnut made its’ surprise appearance in front of the rover … Continue reading →
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(PCM) The incredible image above was captured after a very sudden dip in temperatures in Norway caused a Norwegian Bay near the tiny island of Lovund to suddenly freeze trapping thousands of fish that were swimming too close to the surface. The sudden drop in temperature to minus 7.8 degrees Celsius … Continue reading →
(PCM) We are sure you have heard of the five second rule that we all learned about growing up which states that any food that is dropped on the ground if picked up within a five second time period will not be contaminated with germs or bacteria and therefore will … Continue reading →
(PCM) Stone Spheres of Isla de Caño, Costa Rica What: Over three hundred spheres of varying size (ranging from a few centimeters to 2 meters in diameter) scattered throughout the island. The largest weigh 30,000 pounds. Most are made of basalt (volcanic rock), but some are made of limestone or sandstone. They date back to approximately between 200 BC and 1500 AD, and the locals call them Las Bolas. They were discovered in modern times in the early 1930s, by employees of the United Fruit Company, while preparing new banana plantations. Some were blown up, probably in search of the gold that had been rumored in the Americas since it […]
(PCM) The Lake Winnipesaukee Mystery Stone Where: Found in New Hampshire, USA What: An carved egg-shaped stone made of a type of quartzite, about 4 inches long and 2 1/2 inches thick, with many symbols in it. It was found in 1872 in Lake Winnipesaukee while digging a hole for a fence post, and its age is unknown. Adding to the mystery is the stone’s overall regular shape and two uneven holes drilled into each end, which is inconsistent with something that is apparently hundreds of years old. Mystery: No other stone like it has been found, and the rock used is not common to the area, so no one […]
(PCM) The Baigong (China) and Navajo (North America) Pipes Explained Where: Mount Baigong, southwest of the city of Delingha, China, and in the Southwestern United States. What: First reported in 2002, the Baigong Pipes are a series of pipe-like features made of iron inside a cave on Mount Baigong, some of which lead to nearby Lake Toson, while others lead further into the mountain. The pipes are of varying size, and some are as large as 40 centimeters in diameter, and spread around the area for several hundred feet. They are arranged in an apparently organized pattern. Mystery: The pipes appear to have been made long before humans discovered the […]
A birthstone is a special gem dedicated to each month of the year, often due to beliefs that a stone’s mystical power is stronger during its month, or that the stone possesses a virtue that can be given only to those born that month. The concept of the birthstone has been a part of many cultures for centuries. Many scholars agree that the tradition of birthstones started with the Breastplate of Aaron, a religious garment that was set with twelve various gems representing the twelve tribes of Israel, the twelve months of the year, and the twelve signs of the zodiac. Wearing birthstones became popular in fifteenth century Poland, but […]
(aMyth) What is it with M&Ms and the way we associate them with everything from health to sex drive? They are, after all, just a color-coated chocolate candy — or are they? The M&M began its dubious existence in 1940 and takes its name from the parent company Mars. The owners’ names were Forrest Mars and Bruce Murrie. It was Forrest who created the recipe for the candy. The hard shell candy that “melts in your mouth, not in your hand” was created after Forrest witnessed Spanish infantrymen snacking on chocolate-covered pellets coated in a hard shell (sugar) in order to keep melted chocolate from sticking to their fingers. After […]
The peak nights of the 2015 Geminid meteor shower are expected to be on December 13-14 (night of December 13 till dawn December 14) and 14-15 (night of December 14 till dawn December 15). Most meteor showers are from comet remnants, but the source of the Geminids are, as they say, ‘shrouded in mystery’, but probably caused by an asteroid named ‘3200 Phaethon’. Photo courtesy meteorshowersonline.com The first observations of this particular shower occurred in the 1830s, so they are a fairly recent celestial event, only 160 years old. The average rate of meteor fall is around 40 per hour, but in recent years it has been closer to 80, […]