Weird Science News
According to Hashem Al-Ghaili baby farms aren’t as far away as you might think. Actually, the idea of huge baby farms aren’t out of the reach of today’s science, says Al-Ghaili.
Cats are famous for their aloofness, everyone knows this. However, everyone may be wrong. According to new research, we just weren’t communicating with the furry felines the right way.
A team with the Institute for Geosciences at Goethe University in Frankfurt have just discovered the largest Ocean on Earth located deep within the Earth’s core.
Largest Ocean on Earth Discovered at Earth’s Core, 3 Times larger than Other oceans!
According to MIT Technology Review a new start up in Israel wants to copy you, grow headless embryos in a fake mechanical womb so that your organs can be sold on the open market.
Headless Human Embryos Grown For Organ Harvesting in Fake Mechanical Wombs
A team of psychologists from the University of Chicago, intrigued by the idea of the Mandela effect, decided to put it to the test scientificly. They tasked themselves, with finding out if there really was a Mandela effect and aimed to discover why visual Mandela effects (VME) occurred in the first place. I’ll warn you up front, the results were kind of maddening.
Scientists want to resurrect the Tasmanian tiger, almost 100 years after the striped carnivorous marsupial officially went extinct. The extinct tiger, known as a thylacine, used to roam the Australian bush.
Pink, fleshy, and round, when you stop to think about it, the anus and the mouth have many similarities. Although one is a more appropriate topic for conversation, the other is every bit as important.New Research Suggests Pigs & Humans Can Breathe Through Their Butt