Aliens could modify light given off by stars to send hidden messages across space, physicist says

Aliens could modify light given off by stars to send hidden messages that would appear like random blinking to others listening in, physicist suggests A physicist from Imperial College London suggests aliens could be using stars to send messages to others across space Extraterrestrials could alter the light given off the star, which would actually … Read more

We’re quicker to jump to conclusions when we’re stressed, study finds 

Relax! People are quicker to jump to conclusions when they’re STRESSED – even if it’s based on weak evidence, study finds University College London scientists performed tests using a computerised task  People under stress reached undesirable conclusions based on weaker evidence So stress can make us more likely to conclude the worst scenario is true, they … Read more

New image of Andromeda galaxy shows scientists where stars are born in the Milky Way’s neighbor 

Stunning new image of Andromeda galaxy 2.5 million light-years from Earth shows scientists where stars are born in the Milky Way’s neighbor A new radio image of the Andromeda galaxy has let scientists learn what part of it stars are born in The image was published at the microwave frequency of 6.6 GHz Emissions of … Read more

‘World’s most powerful’ wave turbine off Orkney starts generating electricity

‘World’s most powerful’ wave turbine whirrs into action: 680-tonne generator off Orkney has started to generate electricity – and has the capacity to meet the annual demand of 2,000 homes for the next 15 years Tidal-powered turbine billed as world’s most powerful is generating electricity Could meet the annual electricity demand of 2,000 homes for … 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

Dell is BANNED from selling its powerful gaming PCs in California

Dell is BANNED from selling its powerful gaming PCs in California because it consume more energy than the liberal state’s energy laws allow Dell is banned from selling its new Alienware gaming system in California  This includes the three The Alienware Aurora R12 Gaming Desktop systems with the 11th Gen Intel Core Processor Dell’s Alienware consumes … Read more