As folks begin to plan their holiday travel amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a new US government-backed study has led United Airlines to boldly claim that COVID-19 exposure aboard its aircraft is "virtually non-existent” when face masks are worn.
The Medinet Habu temple was built in honour of pharaoh Ramses III, considered to be the last great monarch of the Egyptian Empire. Ramses III played a key role in Egypt’s victory over the invaders known as the Sea Peoples.
On 4 July, the rapper announced his decision to run for president in what many believed was a publicity stunt, but since then West has managed to put his name on the ballot in 11 states, released a ten-point presidential platform and even misinformed the public on election results in Kentucky.
Netizens have experienced issues mostly in the eastern and western parts of the United States, including New York and Los Angeles, with outages also being reported in the United Kingdom and Japan, according to the outage map.
Social media sites like Twitter and Facebook this week blocked users from sharing bombshell revelations of corruption by Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden's son Hunter. Twitter even shut down White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany's account.
Scientists at the University of Oxford have developed a rapid COVID-19 test that they say can identify the presence of the disease in less than five minutes.
A team of scientists recently provided additional insight into the August collapse of the Milne Ice Shelf - the last intact ice shelf in the Canadian Arctic - and revealed that in its demise, the massive chunk of ice also took down a valuable research station.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage called the the imposition of 'tier two' coronavirus lockdown on the capital "depressing", while journalists from the Daily Telegraph, LBC radio and other outlets called it an over-reaction to a low number of cases.
Conservative London Assembly member Susan Hall said the heating at the Thames-side glass panopticon was like Khan's promises - 'broken', while Twitter scamps lampooned his unusual autumn fashion statement.
Some 4.5 billion years ago, our planet was a drastically different place – an uninhabitable world with extremely hot temperatures, toxic air, and pounded with radiation coming from the Sun in the form of flares and coronal mass ejections. Scientists believe everything changed with the formation of the Moon.
TPU researchers have discovered common industrial wastes that can serve as either the main or additional components of composite fuels. Slurries based on sawdust, wastewater, and solvent, as well as mixtures of coal dust and wastewater, have turned out to be the most promising fuel mixtures.
The document will also be launched at the 16th World Congress on Public Health Programme 2020 and calls on leaders to "act decisively and urgently" to implement effective measures to control the spread of the pandemic amid fears of a second global outbreak of the disease.
The video was recorded on 11 October by a user named Christina, who decided to watch the ISS live feed. The user then sent the footage to the host of the YouTube channel MrMBB333, which is dedicated to mysterious sightings.
While watching someone scratch any part of their body consistently may gross some people out, a man in India has turned the off-putting act of scratching an itch into a hilarious event by using a humongous tool to relieve his discomfort.
The accused driver, identified as Shubham Kumar, was caught by the public and a Delhi police traffic constable after a chase.
According to CEO of the Swedish Space Corporation Stefan Gardefjord, satellites are expected to play an increasingly important role in the coming decades, as the use of satellite data increases, for instance, for climate monitoring, communication, and self-driving cars. As a result, there is money to be made in space launches, he stressed.
A new study finds that radiation levels of airborne particles increase significantly downwind of US hydraulic fracturing sites.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The oxygen generation system (OGS) has failed in the Russian segment of the International Space Station (ISS), according to the crew's talks with the Earth, broadcast by NASA.
A new study published this week in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B reveals that ocean warming has killed half of the coral in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.
Officials in Finland have proposed updating sexual offense laws so that unsolicited explicit photographs could be punishable by up to six months behind bars.