The tech entrepreneur and avid blogger, now running his Twitter account under the handle “Buff Mage”, made a joke about his relationship with cryptocurrencies, specifically Bitcoin. However, many seemed clueless about what he meant by it.
The Red Planet continues to surprise scientists. In November 2019, researchers discovered enigmatic fluctuations of oxygen on Mars, which scientists dubbed mindboggling and said they were unable to explain them. Now the Red Planet has presented us with another mystery.
While for more than a century 37 degrees Celsius has been used as a benchmark of human health, a new study shows that the normal average temperature for a healthy body nowadays might be lower.
The giant known as Betelgeuse, located 520 light-years away from Earth, which is relatively close by space standards, has long puzzled astronomers with some peculiarities. A new model suggests that an explanation can be found in a dark secret from its past.
Activists and lawmakers have recently posed questions to Hong Kong authorities over their alleged "state-sponsored hacking” of cell phones seized from anti-government demonstrators over the past several months.
Researchers discovered the WASP-12b in 2008 using a transit method technique – observing dips in the brightness of stars, which means that they are orbited by planets.
Many patients see flashes of light in front of their eyes during radiation therapy, even with closed eyes, and now these flashes have been caught on camera for the first time.
A new study has found that the mysterious seismic hums detected around the world were likely caused by an unusual geologic event.
The Federal Aviation Administration announced this month that it will begin searching for a potential command vehicle and other relevant clues to explain recent sightings of drone clusters in the US states of Nebraska and Colorado over the past several weeks.
The black hole M87, which recently received the Hawaiian name "Powehi", and the jet of high-energy particles blasting from its centre have been observed by astronomers for years. NASA’s Chandra X-ray observatory was the first to record the extreme speeds of this radiation.
The mission’s programme manager Lorraine Fesq said: “Asteria project achieved outstanding results during its three-month prime mission and its nearly two-year-long extended mission”.
The grand current of nascent stars, which largely has been discovered by chance during 3D studies of a known stellar belt of a much smaller size, appears to be the “largest coherent gas structure” in our galaxy to date.
Astronomers have discovered a gigantic, undulating wave of dust and gas where newborn stars are forged stretched over the Milky Way.
Shares of Tesla have roughly doubled in the last six months, giving the Silicon Valley automaker a market capitalization of roughly $84.5 billion — about $2 billion shy of General Motors and Ford Motor combined.
From China's solar-cities, Danish architect Bjarke Ingels designs for the proposed World Trade Center in New York, Google’s new headquarters, and even a Mars simulation city in Dubai - cities of the future have become a common theme in recent years.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - US planemaker Boeing said it wants simulator training for its 737 Max pilots ahead of the grounded jet’s return to service.
The global booking platform Airbnb has developed technology that looks at guests’ online “personalities” when they book a break to calculate the risk of them ravaging a host’s place.
The earthquake swarms detected by scientists were apparently related to the movement of magma emerging from the deepest and largest reservoir in the upper mantle to date.
The inscription on the tablet includes cures for convulsions, twitches and other similar muscle-related problems, which were known as “Bennu” by the Assyrians and which are nowadays referred to as symptoms of epilepsy.
Last month, another group of astronomers warned that the immensely powerful bursts of gamma-ray radiation produced during the collision of two neutron stars can be strong enough to fry the DNA of any living organism unfortunate enough to be nearby.