Stunning drone photography captures red, orange gold and PURPLE fall leaves across the US

Stunning drone footage and photographs shows trees across the United States exploding into vibrant fall colors.    New England states famed for their dazzling fall displays – New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont, put on a typically-brilliant show, with their forests a mass of red, yellow and orange, as well as the odd green tree that’s yet … Read more

Earth 2500: Shocking images reveal how the Amazon will be barren and India too hot to live in

Earth could be ALIEN to humans by 2500: Shocking images reveal how the Amazon will be barren, the American Midwest tropical and India too hot to live in if CO2 emissions continue to rise Researchers led from Leeds University modelled the Earth’s future climates The team considered three potential greenhouse gas mitigation scenarios   They illustrated … Read more

Neymar reveals 2022 World Cup in Qatar will be his last ever for Brazil

Neymar believes 2022 World Cup will be his last EVER for Brazil because he may not ‘have the strength of mind to deal with football any more’ PSG star says 2022 tournament in Qatar will be his last World Cup for Brazil  Neymar unsure if he will have ‘strength of mind to deal with football’ … Read more

Snowshoe hares are losing camouflage due to climate change, but they still manage to avoid predators

Snowshoe hares are losing their ability to match their fur with the seasons due to climate change, but that has not stopped them from avoiding predators, a new study finds. These hares are found in Canada and the northern U.S. and turn white in the winter and a rusty brown in the summer. However with … Read more

Emma Raducanu donates US Open Nike outfit to the Tennis Hall of Fame

Emma Raducanu’s outfit from her victorious US Open campaign will be displayed at the Tennis Hall of Fame after the 18-year-old Briton became the first qualifier to win a Grand Slam. Raducanu defeated Canada’s Leylah Fernandez in the Flushing Meadows final earlier this month to become the first British woman to win a major singles … Read more

US women fall in Olympic semifinals to underdog Canada, 1-0, on controversial penalty

American conservatives are celebrating Team USA’s loss to rival Canada in the semifinal round of the women’s Olympic soccer tournament — an upset critics say resulted from players’ focus on social activism.  It had been two decades since the United States lost a women’s soccer game to neighboring Canada and five years since the Americans dropped … Read more

Australia’s women’s beach volleyball team dominate China in straight sets in Tokyo Olympics

Our beach volleyball stars have their sights set on gold: Australia’s women’s team dominates China to set up quarter-final clash at the Tokyo Games Mariafe Artacho de Solar and Taliqua Clancy beat China in quarter finals   The Australians fell behind 15-13 and then 16-14, before blunting the Chinese Australia has not won women’s beach volleyball … Read more

Fossils: Sponges in 890 MILLION year old reefs in Canada may be Earth’s earliest-known animal

Earth’s earliest-known animals may have been found, in the form of sponges that lived 890 million years ago in what is today Canada’s northwest, a study reported.  Palaeontologist Elizabeth Turner of the Laurentian University in Sudbury, Canada, found sponge like-structures in the fabric of rocks from the fossilised Little Dal reefs. The tiny, tube-like structures resemble … Read more