Group of scientists set to hunt Loch Ness Monster’s DNA next month

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Digg StumbleUpon Email Reddit WhatsAppThe New Zealand Herald has reported that, during next month, a global team of scientists is set to scour the depths of the Loch Ness in order to look for evidence of current or past existence of the famous Scottish monster. The use of environmental DNA (eDNA) sampling for the identification and monitoring of marine species – such as sharks, whales and others –  has already been established as an effective tool. Said resource is gathered after the animal moves through the environment,…

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The Mysterious Case of Amelia Earhart

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Digg StumbleUpon Email Reddit WhatsAppThe disappearance of Amelia Earhart, the first female who flew across the Atlantic Ocean on her own, have baffled millions of people since 1937. Back then, hers was a name that was widely recognized due to her achievements in air travel. Consequent to the incident, she has come to be the subject of many public discussions – and the name Amelia Earhart has become even more prominent since. 2nd July 1937 was the day that she vanished into thin air, along with…

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Op-Ed; How to be Proud Being Unpopular

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Digg StumbleUpon Email Reddit WhatsAppWhile time is passing by, each person is trying to reach what is called “popularity.” If you think you are not interested, then you are wrong. There is still a part of you that wants to be popular or famous because you want to improve yourself relative to people around you, so no one hates being famous. Reflecting back to my childhood memories, I remember that my sister, who is younger than me by one year, used to feel jealous of me,…

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Man gets $37,500 settlement from police after being arrested for doughnut glaze

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Digg StumbleUpon Email Reddit WhatsAppA man in Florida has received a settlement of $37,500 from police after being arrested for doughnut glaze found in his car that was mistaken for meth, reports Fox News. In December of 2015, Daniel Rushing, 64, was arrested for drug charges. Apparently, Cpl. Shelby Riggs-Hopkins had found four small flakes of glaze on his floorboard and assumed that they were pieces of crystal methamphetamine. She wrote in an arrest report that she saw “a rock-like substance on the floor board where his feet…

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“Rick and Morty” fans cause a scene at McDonald’s over Szechuan Sauce

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Digg StumbleUpon Email Reddit WhatsAppNY Times reports that on Oct. 7, fans of the Adult Swim cartoon “Rick and Morty” were outraged when they excitedly swarmed designated McDonald’s locations for the promotional event that promised the return of the infamous Szechuan sauce, only to find out there wasn’t enough to go around. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the sauce was originally introduced as part of a marketing campaign for the 1998 Disney animated film “Mulan.” It was referenced by the character Rick Sanchez in the third-season…

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