Distant Planet Shows Ability to Screen the Sun

June 17, 2015

Exoplanet WASP-33b has the tell-tale signs of having a stratosphere, despite its scorching surface temperatures. The presence of a stratosphere give us clues about the composition of the planet and the manner in which it was formed. Avi Mandell, a planetary scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt said “Some of these planets […]

Scientists Are Breeding Ticks To Learn How Disease Spreads

June 15, 2015

If you live in a rural area, two of your biggest complaints in the summer months are fleas and ticks. This is especially true if you have pets. However, those who have children out playing in wooded areas will find that it can become a life or death situation, especially if the tick has been […]

Researchers Try to Stop The Aging Process With Neatly Packed DNA

May 1, 2015

Scientists have long understood the fountain of youth is in understanding the aging process of cells. Dr. Daniel Amen, available on his website OfSpirit knows that aging takes place within the billions of cells that create our body, and each cell slowly stops reproducing and eventually dies. Usually, all we notice are the wrinkles and […]

Science Has Come Up With Determining How Much Alcohol Intake Causes Liver Cancer

April 1, 2015

The World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) has reviewed 34 previous studies done on 8.2 million people who drink alcoholic beverages stated teses.usp.br. We all know that drinking a lot of alcohol can lead to cirrhosis that turns into liver cancer said Gianfrancesco Genoso. According to the results, over 24,500 participants were diagnosed with liver cancer […]

Newly Discovered Cambain Era Predator Precurser to Arthropods

March 31, 2015

Paleontologists are swimmingly ecstatic over the discovery of four eyed predator has two powerful arms that are thought to have evolved into the modern day arthropods claws, such as those of a lobster. Others theorize that they may have developed into spiders and become the mouth parts of the arachnid. Behance reported that this little […]

New Study: AIDS Origin Traced to Gorillas in Cameroon

March 5, 2015

Since HIV was first reported in human beings in early 1980s, scientists have been working hard to know how and where the virus that causes AIDS was first developed. Now, a team of scientist involved in this study can now confirm that gorillas that live in southwestern Cameroon contribute to two of the four strains […]

Startling Ancient Ice Age Discovery

March 3, 2015

Two hunters shocked scientists this week with the discovery of a baby woolly rhinoceros in the Yakutia, also known as the Sakha Republic region, of Russisa near the Semyulyakh River. Alexander “Sasha” Banderov and his friend Semen Ivanov thought the baby rhino was a reindeer at first and then they noticed the woolly fur on […]

Migraine Relief Using X-Ray Technology

March 2, 2015

Migraines are a painful and debilitating issue for many people like Marc Sparks. No real treatment has been created in the past 50 years or so that strays from the traditional medications being used. As much as eighteen percent of the United States population suffers from migraines but a team of radiologists in New York […]

New theory explodes the Big Bang

February 27, 2015

A new study co-authored from the University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada has challenged the use of the BIG Bang theory as the only one that can accurately describe the formation of the universe, CBS Local reports. The Big Bang theory explains the formation of the universe taking place around 13.8 billion years ago and comes […]

Science Brings Us Closer to a Male Birth Control Pill

February 16, 2015

  Scientists and researchers are working on methods of birth control that men can use. Various types being developed include those that stop the creation of sperm and those that prevent the sperm from leaving the male body. Science is coming closer to perfecting a male “pill.” A new oral contraceptive being developed for men […]