How ‘jellyfish galaxies’ feed supermassive black holes Astronomers observing ‘jellyfish galaxies’ using the Very Large Telescope at the Paranal Observatory in Chile have found a new way for galaxies to feed supermassive black holes. How ‘jellyfish galaxies’ feed supermassive black holes
Unravelling the mystery of one of Sicily’s oldest villas The team at the University of Southern Florida has created a 3D video of the Roman villa of Durrueli at Realmonte which is located off the south coast of Sicily. Unravelling the mystery of one of Sicily’s oldest villas
Is THIS how animals appeared on Earth? Researchers led by The Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra made the discovery when analysing ancient sedimentary rocks from central Australia. Is THIS how animals appeared on Earth?
Mothers prefer their children to be show-offs finds study Rather than raising a little genius, the majority of mothers hope for a child who is the life and soul of the party, according to a study by Goldsmiths, University of London (stock image). Mothers prefer their children to be show-offs finds study
People are more likely to indulge when using a touchscreen Researchers from the University of British Columbia looked at consumer behaviour when it comes to touchscreen technology – a rapidly increasing sales technology. People are more likely to indulge when using a touchscreen
North Korean hackers target US defense defence contractors Code-named the Lazarus Group by security experts, the group have connections to Kim Jong Un (pictured) and have been sending phishing emails to individuals involved in US defence. North Korean hackers target US defense defence contractors
Solar Squared: Buildings could generate own power by 2018 Researchers from the University of Exeter are developing solar powered blocks designed to fit seamlessly into either new constructions or as part of renovations in existing properties. Solar Squared: Buildings could generate own power by 2018
Giorgio Tsoukalos investigates such things as lost ancient technology, asking eere Ancient Aliens responsible for catastrophes, wars and other disasters to control the fate of the human race? The story of the Great Flood sent by "gods" to annihilate entire civilizations exists in many prehistoric cultures. There are ancient descriptions of extraterrestrial battles that caused wide scale destruction through nuclear blasts. Why did this battles take place? What was at stake? Did the weapons and technology that were used in these accounts come from distant galaxies?
Tsoukalos says evidence suggests that an ancient mountaintop fortress in Peru was constructed with laser-like tools and mind-blowing precision. If highly advanced technology was used in ancient times, could it prove that aliens visited Earth thousands of years ago? From unexplainable super-structures, to knowledge of the solar system, mathematics and even the ability to make electricity, this extended seminar explores evidence of extraterrestrial influences on ancient man and their role in the Clash of Ancient Aliens!
Mars 2020 mission to use high tech X-rays to find life The Mars 2020 rover will use X-ray fluorescence and Raman spectropscopy – which records vibrations in molecules – to map rocks, according to a Nasa expert talking in Paris. Mars 2020 mission to use high tech X-rays to find life
Universities use Snapchat and WhatsApp to lure students UK institutions including De Montfort University in Leicester are preparing to use the messaging apps to send offers in a bid to reach students faster than their rivals. Universities use Snapchat and WhatsApp to lure students
Rest creator transforms old office chairs into backpacks Thomas Howell-Jones from Birmingham City University came up with the idea (pictured) after collecting discarded office chairs in a bid to find a sustainable use for them. Rest creator transforms old office chairs into backpacks
Japan looks to wood pulp to make lighter auto parts Researchers at Kyoto University say a material made from wood pulp which weighs just one fifth of steel and is up to five times stronger could be used to build cars and planes in the future. Japan looks to wood pulp to make lighter […]
Labourer’s remains found inside 13ft alligator in Brazil WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Adilson de Oliveira, 47, disappeared on July 28 while camping in central north Brazil before his remains were discovered inside a 13ft black caiman. Labourer’s remains found inside 13ft alligator in Brazil
Barack Obama’s Charlottesville tweet most popular ever Former president Barack Obama’s tweet on Charlottesville has been liked 2.9 million times while 1.2 million people have retweeted it making it the most popular Twitter message of all time. Barack Obama’s Charlottesville tweet most popular ever
‘Pompeii of the East’ mosaics reveal earthquake A devastating earthquake struck the city of Jerash in what is now Jordan in the year 749 AD, after which the surviving inhabitants never returned. ‘Pompeii of the East’ mosaics reveal earthquake
Stunning visual effects of ‘crown shyness’ Beautiful cracks in the canopy of forests and woodlands around the world have been captured in a series of stunning images that appear to show channels of water when viewed from below. Stunning visual effects of ‘crown shyness’
Shark Tank’s Be Fit Food promises 10kg loss in TWO weeks An Australian doctor and dietitian have come up with a new weight loss meal plan that is designed to help you lose kilos. The duo claim that you can lose 10 kilos in two weeks from the plan. Shark Tank’s Be Fit Food […]
HMS Queen Elizabeth to reach Portsmouth this morning HMS Queen Elizabeth will send a message to the UK’s allies and enemies that the country means business, according to her captain. The £3billion behemoth is set to be the nation’s future flagship. HMS Queen Elizabeth to reach Portsmouth this morning
Divers save whale sharks caught fishing nets in Indonesia With great precision, the brave divers worked their way around the massive net in Cenderawasih Bay, Indonesia, slowly loosening the whale sharks free. Divers save whale sharks caught fishing nets in Indonesia
Facebook launches its AI assistant ‘M’ in the UK Facebook’s digital assistant M was launched back in April for the US market, but the social network has now decided to expand the project to its UK user base starting from today. Facebook launches its AI assistant ‘M’ in the UK
Deadly insect bacteria hijacks fly sex pheromones Experts at the Max Planck Institute in Jena, Germany, found healthy flies are more sexually attracted to infected insects because the pathogen forces its victims’ pheromone system into overdrive. Deadly insect bacteria hijacks fly sex pheromones
Vodafone adds £1-a-month charge to a million contracts The new fee — which will net the telecoms giant millions of pounds a year — has been added to every new monthly contract taken out since February. Vodafone adds £1-a-month charge to a million contracts
Satellites point to Malaysia Airlines MH370 crash site Fresh analysis of satellite images taken two weeks after MH370 disappeared has pinpointed three new locations where the jet could have come down miles off the coast of south west Australia. Satellites point to Malaysia Airlines MH370 crash site
Scientists have revealed what makes the perfect woman British researchers recently revealed a formula for the most alluring angle for the curve of a woman’s spine where it meets her bottom — 45 degrees. Scientists have revealed what makes the perfect woman
Franklin expedition study says tuberculosis led to deaths A new study suggests that some of the death’s of the crew on the 1845 Franklin expedition in the Arctic may have been due to tuberculosis resulting in Addison’s disease, which causes dehydration. Franklin expedition study says tuberculosis led to deaths
Top tips for chopping onions without the tears The UK Good Housekeeping magazine has suggested five tips and tricks to prevent yourself from crying while trying to dice an onion. Top tips for chopping onions without the tears
**Note From Prophecy News Watch** – We are one of the sites affected by this crackdown as our youtube videos have now been demonetized. In the last week, we’ve witnessed a massive crackdown on alternative media — the likes of which are unprecedented. Quite literally overnight, YouTube issued a sweeping update and demonetized thousands of video in …
What you are about to read is going to absolutely shock you. Rick Wiles has done outstanding work over at TruNews for well over a decade, and now just days before the August 21st solar eclipse he has issued his most ominous warning ever. His warning is not directly related to the eclipse, but I …
NASA tracks a solar storm as it travels through space NASA and ESA were able to track the CME as it moved from the Sun all the way past Pluto. This marks a revolutionary find, because observations have always been limited and taken from a distance. NASA tracks a solar storm as it travels […]
Researchers to study chemical contamination of US waters University of Rhode Island and Harvard University professors are collaborating through a new research center to study chemicals that have contaminated water at sites nationwide. Researchers to study chemical contamination of US waters
The United States and China have agreed to enhance their direct military communication line in order to reduce chances of any “miscalculations” amid the Korean peninsula crisis and other standing issues between Washington and Beijing.
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US Lesbians need improved healthcare, experts say Experts from the Mayo Clinic say that healthcare for lesbians needs improvement. They have a higher chance of smoking and obesity than heterosexual women, according to new studies. US Lesbians need improved healthcare, experts say
Seven flowers discovered in 100 MILLION-year-old amber Researchers at Oregon State University have discovered seven perfectly-preserved flowers entombed in amber that are old enough to have been bumped out of a tree by a T. rex. Seven flowers discovered in 100 MILLION-year-old amber
Oxford Scientists develop way to 3D print living tissue The approach – out of the University of Oxford – could revolutionize regenerative medicine and enable the production of complex tissues to support and repair damaged body parts. Oxford Scientists develop way to 3D print living tissue
Rescuers have recovered 400 bodies from a mudslide that wiped out entire communities outside Freetown in Sierra Leone Monday, with the number of dead expected to rise as “thousands” remain missing.
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Russia’s defense ministry has granted unlimited access to 360-degree photos of the impressive Navy Day celebrations, which saw some 50 combat ships and submarines taking part in the parade in St Petersburg.
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Google used chocolate chip cookie recipes to train an AI To teach Vizier, an AI meant to train other AIs, Google tasked it with formatting the perfect chocolate chip cookie recipe, considering taste-tester feedback until it for the recipe just right. Google used chocolate chip cookie recipes to train an AI
New tool translates human phrases into elephant calls The ‘Hello in Elephant’ tool lets users translate phrases and emotions such as ‘hello’ and ‘I’m sad’ into a short clip showing the elephant gesture and noise equivalent, made from recordings taken in Kenya. New tool translates human phrases into elephant calls
According to political operative and Donald Trump confidant Roger Stone, General Michael Flynn is sitting on a list of Deep State pedophiles, and will use that list as protection against attempts to harm him, his family and the president. In […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
Can YOU understand chimps and bonobos? Researchers at the University of St Andrews have decoded many ape gestures, and now they’re curious if people who aren’t professionals can understand the motions as well. Can YOU understand chimps and bonobos?
UPS develops VR tech to train delivery drivers Starting in September, the company will begin training employees who drive package delivery trucks with virtual reality modules, which it developed to simulate driving hazards. UPS develops VR tech to train delivery drivers
Scientists unravel the recipe for ‘magic mushrooms’ Researchers from Friedrich Schiller University Jena have characterized the enzymes mushrooms use to make psilocybin, in a major step toward medical ‘magic mushrooms.’ Scientists unravel the recipe for ‘magic mushrooms’