Watch: London Fox filmed visiting a Caffe Nero branch

Fox at Caffe Nero Coffee Shop

FOX sightings everywhere. While people in the U.S. are busy loving the rare red fox spotted skulking inside the Yosemite National Park, a fox was also filmed stopping for short visit inside a London coffee shop, no spilled drink.

And while mainstream news sites in the US are busy reporting about the rare sighting

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Binge-watching TV now linked to depression and lack of control, Netflix fans affected?

Binge Watching TV Show
A new research claims that people who are binge-watching TV shows are more likely to be suffering from undetected illnesses such as anxiety, loneliness and depression.

BAD NEWS for people who are in love with watch-till-you-drop TV, eyes on you Netflix series fans, a new study has linked depression,

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Jackpot lottery fail in Canada, one man loses millions due to tech “lag”

Lottery ticket

A Canadian man loses more than $13 million cash prize after the lottery computer system “lagged” and placed his winning numbers for next draw. Canada’s highest court ruled in favor of the lottery operator.

Here’s one good example that early birds catch worm, but with the twist of technology. One man from Quebec

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The “dragon” dinosaur of China discovered, may be taller than a 4-storey building

New Sauropod China Dinosaur also called a dragon

A group of farmers in China first spotted the remains of a 50-foot tall dinosaur, and they’re calling it their city’s dragon. Earlier this week, the research which explored the far past of the dinosaur species was published. 

CHINA is already preparing for the opening of a brand new museum to showcase

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Chickens “count” from left to right too just like humans, tests show

Chicken, Chick

MULTIPLE tests show that CHICKENS are just like humans when it comes to treating an amount, left for the lower number and right for the higher number.

Researchers from the University of Padua used white panels printed with different number of RED SQUARES. The team headed by then professor of Psychology, Rosa Rugani,

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Fossilized jawbone may reveal new ancient human species

Fossilized Jawbone Human Penghu Taiwan

An exciting new discovery in Taiwan may confirm that Asia once hosted several lineages of ancient humans. A fossilized HUMAN JAWBONE found by a fisherman in the Penghu channel, a body of water dividing the mainland China and Taiwan, reveals that a species of hominins may have existed between

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What if humans disappeared? Spoiler, Alien geologists will scratch head

Humans Disappeared

Fast forward to a hundred years from now, in a blink of an eye, HUMANS lost 99 percent of its population, and then the next few hundred years, the remaining descendants of hominins die off.

It’s just a possible scenario of man’s future, whether the next generation would die because of climate

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NASA and USU launched space probe to investigate AURORAS

Aurora Probes NASA USU

Around five hours and 41 minutes after midnight yesterday in the chilly state of Alaska, NASA together with the Utah State University ended their “Alaskan Sounding Rocket Campaign” after launching the last rocket aimed at the AURORA BOREALIS or commonly called the northern lights.

The morning launch was for the delivery of the

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Soil nutrients can help solve the Easter Island mystery involving Rapa Nui

Moai in Easter Island

A group of researchers want answers to the popular EASTER ISLAND mystery surrounding the Rapa Nui people, the Polynesian inhabitants who thrived hundreds of years ago.

These scientists travelled more than 3,000 kilometers off the west coast of Chile to find out the unknown event which resulted to the demise of the highly-cultured

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Scientists found some modern diseases predate human ancient ancestors

Nomo Neanderthalensis

The EVOLUTION of MAN, as scientists know it, is discussed in the mainstream media mostly with positive outcomes, but a new discovery shows that the evolution from our ancestors not only inherited good “stuff,” but also the considered bad ones including diseases like Psoriasis and Crohn’s disease. Additionally, it also explains how the bad one

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CARTOGRAM shows islands bigger, Canada and Australia smaller


One CARTOGRAM contributed to Reddit by TEADRANKS showcases how the 7 billion plus humans are spread out across the globe, and how superpowers are shown beside emerging countries which are basically more populous and smaller in terms of land area. Singapore is almost missing in the map, as well as the

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TESCO recalls squash with foul smell, organic compound also used as pesticide blamed

Tesco Squash

Meanwhile in United Kingdom, a “silent” recall by TESCO sparks outrage online especially on social media outlets.

Several customers of the retail company who purchased one variant of the concentrated drink “Squash” have complained about the drink’s “foul smell.” Some customers also reported feeling ill and bad bellies after drinking it.

The flavor questioned

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Google’s Lunar X Prize could create the ‘Moon version’ of FedEx or UPS

Google Apollo 17

“We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard, because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are

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Near Earth asteroid travels with a moon (and not an alien spaceship)

NASA 2004 BL86 asteroid with its moon

Conspiracy theorists are active today after NASA confirmed that the ASTEROID 2004 BL86 which safely passed by near Earth is travelling with a moon, a small companion about the size of two to three basketball courts.

No, it’s not

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HERSHEY deal halts UK MILKY chocolate imports into US, some businesses will be affected

Bad news for people who prefer the British version of CADBURY, KitKat, Toffee Crisps and more, HERSHEY and Let’s Buy British Imports or LBB have entered a deal which will stop the importation of UK-manufactured chocolate products including the aforementioned products.

HERSHEY owns all the rights to manufacture, distribute and sell products with Cadbury

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Closer to finding ALIEN LIFE? Astronomers discover ancient solar system

Kepler 444 Artist Illustration

SCIENTISTS from the United States and United Kingdom found an ancient solar system with 5 planets that are just slightly smaller than Earth. This discovery is published by the Astrophysical Journal with the title, “An Ancient Extrasolar System with Five Sub-Earth-Size Planets.”

With the help of data provided by

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Chemists unboil egg, could lower costs for cancer treatment

Hard Boiled Egg

Meanwhile in the world of MOLECULAR CHEMISTRY, chemists found a way to UNBOIL EGG.

From the hard-boiled bird embryo to its original, fresh and fragile state — scientists from the University of California, Irvine with the help of Australian chemists, have found a way to liquefy the ‘solid’ white of

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Facebook and Instagram are down, people unable to login [Update]


FACEBOOK and its sister web service INSTAGRAM, are down as of this writing (see update below). Several news agencies and people on other social media like Twitter and LinkedIn are reporting the same, people were unable to login to these services — both on mobile apps and native website.

The outage affects both

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Verizon super cookies opened ‘the gate’ of online profiting

Verizon Wireless

To recap, last year, it was reported that VERIZON WIRLESS is injecting some codes to customer devices to track them down — and of course, data produced by these so-called SUPERCOOKIES would allow the wireless carrier to serve better advertisements, and gain more profit from its customers.

Several privacy groups called for the

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SO CLOSE: Asteroid to pass by Earth is close, yet so far to kill us

Asteroid Stock

In case you’re living under a rock, EARTH, the only known living planet in the Milky Way Galaxy (since we haven’t found an alien planet with life yet), is soon to experience an asteroid passing by near orbit. This celestial body’s name is not-so-catchy Read More