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What the Earth's magnetic field sounds like: Listen to the 'symphony' of strange pops and whistle created...

The ancients believed that the Earth was surrounded by celestial spheres, which produced divine music when they moved.  We lived, so to speak, in a huge musical instrument. This may sound silly but modern science has proved them right to a certain extent

yesterday, 19:09 in Science &Technology
 

What is this mysterious giant blob creature? Locals baffled after hairy-looking beast washes up in the...

A huge, hairy mysterious sea creature has washed up on a beach in the Philippines. Stunned locals have flocked to the beach in Cagdainao, Dinagat Islands to gawp at the monster-like beast and take selfies with it. The huge white hairy beast is thought to

yesterday, 19:09 in Science &Technology
 

Brave dwarf mongoose takes on deadly black mamba snake while protecting its burrow

The moment a plucky mongoose took on a deadly black mamba snake was captured in this incredible video. The tiny dwarf mongoose was spotted defending its burrow from one of Africa's most dangerous snakes in the Kruger National Park. Professional safari gu

yesterday, 19:09 in Science &Technology
 

Tim Sherwood gets two match stadium ban after admitting misconduct charge for abusing officials during...

Tim Sherwood has been banned from the stadium for Swindon Town's next two games and ordered to pay a £2,000 fine after admitting a misconduct charge. The Robins' director of football was found by the FA's independent regulatory committee to have verbally

yesterday, 19:05 in Sport
 

Apollo 11's Columbia command module to hit the road on museum tour after 40 years at the Smithsonian

The Apollo 11 command module, which traveled more than 950,000 miles to take Americans to the moon and back in 1969, is going on a road trip, leaving the Smithsonian for the first time in more than four decades. The capsule, named 'Columbia,' went on a t

yesterday, 18:59 in Science &Technology
 

Tired teens are FIVE times more likely to commit crimes as adults, study warns 

Getting enough sleep every night is not only healthy for you, but could keep you out of jail. A new study has found that teenagers who are not sleeping are almost five times more likely to commit crimes as adults. Scientists say that youths who self-repo

yesterday, 18:59 in Science &Technology
 

Kennewick Man is finally laid to rest at secret location by tribal chiefs 20 years after bones were discovered

The ancient bones of the Kennewick Man have been returned to the ground. More than 200 members of five Columbia Plateau tribes and bands gathered at an undisclosed location over the weekend to lay the remains of the man they call the Ancient One to rest.

yesterday, 18:59 in Science &Technology
 

First details of Nokia's 'new' 3310 revealed: Retro handset will have color display and be thinner and...

Rumours the classic Nokia 3310 could be reintroduced took the internet by storm earlier this month - and now the first details of the new handset have been revealed. According to Chinese site Vtech, it will not run Android, but will be a 'feature' phone.

yesterday, 18:59 in Science &Technology
 

Are you tall? Then thank your ancient cousins: Neanderthal DNA still helps dictate your HEIGHT and whether...

The last Neanderthal may have died 40,000 years ago, but many of their genes through modern humans. While researchers have discovered Neanderthals gave us disease genes, a new study reveals how DNA originating in our ancient cousins still influences how

yesterday, 18:59 in Science &Technology
 

Fast food with a pinch of history: McDonald's unveils a Roman road covered with skeletons in its first...

If you fancy some chicken nuggets the next time you're in Rome, you could be treated to more than just your dinner. A McDonald's just south of the Italian capital is situated directly above an exceptionally well-preserved stretch of Roman road, complete

yesterday, 18:59 in Science &Technology
 

Why have the number of UFO sightings reached an all-time high?

In the search for life beyond our planet, more people are reporting sightings of spaceships and UFOs than ever before. Exactly 104,947 UFO sightings have been reported since the first sign of aliens was spotted in 1905, according to data from the Nationa

yesterday, 18:59 in Science &Technology
 

Second time lucky! SpaceX Dragon docks with space station after GPS problems cause first attempt to be aborted

SpaceX made good on a 250-mile-high delivery at the International Space Station on Thursday, after fixing a navigation problem that held up the shipment a day. Everything went smoothly the second time around as the station astronauts captured the SpaceX

yesterday, 18:59 in Science &Technology
 

Tired teens are FIVE times more likely to commit crimes as adults, study warns 

Getting enough sleep every night is not only healthy for you, but could keep you out of jail. A new study has found that teenagers who are not sleeping are almost five times more likely to commit crimes as adults. Scientists say that youths who self-repo

yesterday, 18:45 in Health
 

Tottenham Hotspur v Gent (agg 0-1), UEFA Europa League LIVE: Follow all the action as it happens

Having already been dumped out of the Champions League this season, Tottenham Hotspur now stand on the brink of a Europa League exit as they prepare to take on Gent. Spurs fell to a 1-0 defeat at the Ghelamco Arena in the first leg of their round of 32 m

yesterday, 18:27 in Sport
 

Slavisa Jokanovic commits future to Fulham by signing new two-year deal

Fulham have confirmed that Slavisa Jokanovic has signed a new two-year contract to stay as their head coach until 2019. The 48-year-old's deal was due to expire at the end of this season but, with the Championship club chasing promotion to the Premier Le

yesterday, 18:12 in Sport
 


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