Sunfish bigger than a hot tube gets lost

Sunfish bigger than a hot tube gets lost

A very mysterious fish that should have been in southern hemisphere of earth and eluded scientists for decades has been found thousands of miles away in California. The fish is so mysterious that scientists call it “hoodwinker”. The 7 feet long fish is also the heaviest bony fish in the world. The fish normally found in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Chile was found for the first time on Santa beach in Santa Barbara County in California State on Feb 19, 2019 as per researchers in university of California,…

Robots invade Mars in the name of Research

Robots invade Mars in the name of Research

Moroccan desert near Morocco-Algeria Border served as a testing site for 3 rovers and about 40 engineers in the first phase of Strategic Research Cluster on Space Robotics which is a project funded by the European Union’ Horizon 2020 program. Engineers tested the rovers automated navigation systems in Sahara Desert spanning over 2 weeks in a project coordinated by PERASPERA, a partnership of space agencies from Europe, including Italy, France, Germany, Spain & UK. The tests represent the efforts of 4 years on the international R&D programme which is coordinated…

Can you survive only on Tea for 30 Years?

Can you survive only on Tea for 30 Years?

Can you survive on Tea for 30 years without eating any other thing? Yes, a lady from Chhattisghar has done this. Her name is Pilli Devi and is now 44 years old. She quit food when she was in the sixth grade. She went to participate in a district level tournament in Janakpur, Koriya district in North Eastern Part of Chhattisghar. When she returned she suddenly gave up food and drinking water. She initially took biscuits and bread with milk tea but gradually switched to black tea which she takes…

Amazon tribe captured by Drone first time in history

Amazon tribe captured by Drone first time in history

A new video footage has spotted tribal people not known earlier as they had no contact with the outside world. This tribe locally known as man in the hole because of habit of digging protective pits has been spotted in the indigenous territory Vale do Javeri in the Brazilian Amazon forest bordering Peru. The video released by the National Indian Foundation, a government agency popularly known as Funai shows signs of clearing of felled trees and figures walking through it with one of them carrying a spear  or a pole….

Presidential plane turns into a taxi

Presidential plane turns into a taxi

Presidents generally prefer to travel by plane to command supremacy and power. But Mexican elect president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador who won landslide victory in Jul and would come to power on Dec 01, 2018 has clearly said that he would not be using any private plane at least during his presidential tenure. He calls it a wasteful luxury. Potential buyer Gustavo Jimenez Pons, a business wants to buy this plane and use as a hyper posh cab service for very influential clients including president of other countries who do…

New material regenerates tooth enamel

New material regenerates tooth enamel

Tooth enamel, located on outer side of our teeth, is the hardest tissue on the body that protects us for a very large part of lifetime. However unlike other tissues of the body, tooth enamel once lost cannot be regenerated causing pain and tooth loss. These problems affects >50% of world population. Scientists have developed a material with remarkable precision that look and behave like dental enamel. The mineralization platform opens up opportunities to treat and regenerate dental tissues as per Sherif Elsharkawy from Queen Mary University in the UK….

Sculptor shuts himself inside a rock

Sculptor shuts himself inside a rock

Last year, French sculptor Abraham Poincheval, 44, had shut himself inside a rock carving for a week at a Paris museum. This is among his many acts of isolation. In his latest act of isolation he climbed into a sculpture of a prehistoric lion man at Aurignac, France where he survived on 20 liters of water along with dried fruit and meat. As per Abraham, these acts allow people to directly interact with him. Earlier he lived in a plastic bottle as it travelled along the Rhone River. For 2…

Water n Metal available now outside our solar system

Water n Metal available now outside our solar system

Recently scientists have discovered some trace of water and multiple metals on Exoplanet. Exoplanet is a star revolving around a solar system. Scientists from University of Cambridge in UK & Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias(IAC) in Spain have discovered WASP-127b, a  giant planet with partly clear skies and heavy presence of multiple metals including sodium, potassium and lithium in its atmosphere. This was not available in earlier Exoplanets. Scientists used Gran Telescopic Canarias (GTC) located in Canary Islands to study this phenomenon. Radius of WASP-127b is 1.4 times larger than…

World of Zombies-Part 3-The conclusion

World of Zombies-Part 3-The conclusion

  Incidence 4 There is one more instance where funeral home workers in the Colombian city of Cali got shock of their lives in 2010 when a 45 year old woman named Noelia Serna being prepared for burial started breathing again. She had been admitted to hospital due to heart attack. This is a Lazarus syndrome where a patient’s circulation returns after some time when the process of reviving the patient failed. At least 25 such instances have been reported since 1981. The study shows that this happens due to…

Eggs-New currency of Venezuela

Eggs-New currency of Venezuela

Crypto currency is the buzz word today but have you heard of Egg as a currency. Inflation ravaged Venezuela has its own crypto currency-Egg which has become a common medium of exchange. Security firm in Venezuela is offering monthly salary of 2 million Bolivar ($10 or Rs 650) and a motivational bonus of 36 eggs a week if guard comes on time and is neatly dressed. A computer programmer drew his salary in eggs and a priest could buy 30 eggs with a Sunday’s collection of donation in Bolivar while…