It appears the realm of science fiction is about to be rocked. A revolutionary theory from a group of scientists appears to have proven the existence of parallel universe. And it seems they are interacting with each other.
The time may finally arrive when your clothes tell you just how much exercise you're having and just how much working out you need.
Finland may finally be the first country to actually ditch coal for good. The Finnish government appears to be considering banning the burning of coal energy by 2030. This is in line with a new and climate strategy that is about to be fully detailed to the public.
Fame is good. Well, at least, for monkeys. A new study suggests that the health of primates is partly determined by their "status" in their own social ladders, suggesting that upward mobility is indeed good for monkeys.
Sci-fi fans will understand that a lot of space battles are inaccurate because sound waves can't travel through empty space. Alien fans will cement this with the tagline, "In space, no one can hear you scream." However, a new research wants to prove whether or not this is true, and you can help be part of the team.
It appears there's more to culture than just "generations" and "millennials." Scientists have discovered that despite "end-of-year" lists and 2016's "post-truth" as Oxford Dictionary's word of the year, certain words just function for 14 years at a time.
Physicists and science enthusiasts all agree that the speed of light is a constant thing in the universe. This is where the bulk of science fiction stories are based on. However, it appears the speed of light may not have always been the same -- and it's gravity's fault.
Birds are once again facing another trial at the hands of bird flu. The H5N8 virus is now widespread across Europe and has been affecting wild bird and fowl everywhere. However, its evolution is a bad sign for a human version of the disease.
President-elect Donald Trump's stance against climate change is alarming after what appears to be reductions in environmental toxins in the Atlantic bluefin tuna.
It appears scientists have finally found a way how to "twist" light waves. Two laboratories have used laser light and twisted it to send a message in between two islands. The new discovery can have unprecedented effects on data transfer technology, as they can now cram more information in light than ever before.
Scientists are now prepared to provide an answer to what appears to be an age-old debate as to why cancer is more common in males than in females. Apparently, females carry an extra copy of protective genes in their cells.
It appears the problem with fake news on the internet is worse than we thought. A new Stanford study shows that teenagers are likely to absorb social media content without considering its source.
A new legislation in the United Kingdom appears to not only give the government access to online activities of citizens but may also give room to share them with the United States.
Scientists are now able to use human pluripotent cells to grow human intestinal tissues with functioning nerves. This is a good next step not only for organ transplants but also to the study of diseases.
Astronauts may now be able to print in 3-D in space with the help of a new zero-gravity metal printer. This is especially useful for astronauts in the International Space Station and for future endeavors, such as maintaining equipment on space travels.