WHO Reports Dubs Delhi The Most Polluted City In The World

May 8, 2014 / No Comments

If you are a resident of India’s national capital, then you might well shrug your shoulders and tell the world that you knew it all along! Delhi does not find itself on top of many lists across the globe, but in when it comes to pollution, Delhi seems to have finally conquered the top spot.   The latest report released by World ...

Exomoons in Binary Solar Systems Could Harbor Extraterrestrial Life

May 7, 2014 / No Comments

It is not just exoplanets that could hold the possibility of life beyond Earth, as astronomers believe that even Exomoons present the required conditions for sustenance of life. Researchers from the University of Texas at El Paso believe that this probability increases several fold if the exomoons are part of a close binary solar system. While our search for alien life has ...

Brain Injury Transforms Man Into A Math Genius!

May 7, 2014 / No Comments

Ever considered taking a knock on the head or two to up your math scores? Well, it might not be the safest way, but in case of Jason Padgett, a furniture salesman in Tacoma, Washington, it got the job done! Having sustained severe injuries after he was assaulted outside a bar in 2002, Padgett turned out to see the world around him ...

Oman vs UAE: Cricket live score, Asian Cricket Council Premier League

May 7, 2014 / No Comments

In a crucial match of Asian Cricket Council Premier League, Oman will take on United Arab Emirates at Bayuemas Oval in Kuala Lumpur on May 7. The match starts at 10:00 local time (02:00 GMT). Watch the match live on ESPN Sports and Star Sports in India and Pakistan, on PTV Sports in Pakistan and on Channel 9 in Afghanistan. Catch the live ...

Nepal vs Afghanistan: ACC Premiere League 2014, Cricket live score and highlights

May 6, 2014 / No Comments

The ACC Premiere League 2014 heads into its final day with a multitude of possibilities still open for the top three teams in the table. Match scheduled to begin at 10:00 local time 02:00 GMT, 7:30 India time. As Afghanistan brace up to take on the challenge of Nepal at the Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur, weather also is set to play ...

With Circuit Board Like Human Brain, Neurogrid Is 9,000 Times Faster

May 6, 2014 / No Comments

In one of the latest developments by science, researchers have revealed a new radical computer, which has been designed to work like the human brain. According to a report published in DailyMail.co.uk, the computer has been named as Neurogrid. It has circuit board that has 16 chips, which can stimulate 1 million neurons coupled with synaptic connections in billions of numbers. If the ...

Video: Rare Goblin Shark Netted In Gulf Of Mexico

May 6, 2014 / No Comments

In a rare catch, commercial angler Carl Moore netted a goblin shark in the Gulf of Mexico. While unsure of his catch when he saw the blade-like snout, he clicked the images, which confirmed that it was indeed a goblin shark. The goblin shark is a rare species of shark that is only found in deeper seas. This is the second ...

Eco-Friendly and Attractive: Interior Design Tips for Greener Living

May 3, 2014 / No Comments

The drive to be more eco-friendly is gaining traction. As the average citizen becomes more aware of the issues facing the environment; so does the role people are playing in said issues. More and more are interested in doing their part, and ‘greener’ goods are becoming increasingly available. When it comes to interior design, you may worry a ‘greener’ home means ...

Neanderthals were equally clever as modern humans, say scientists

May 1, 2014 / 2 Comments

When we think about the Neanderthals, we immediately think about our ancestors with little advance in technology and with little capacity to withstand the competition of modern man. But now, researchers say that Neanderthals are smart and rich in terms of resources. The study is a turning point in the debate on the relationship between different human lineages and the level of ...

Indian Hydro-power plants blamed for deadly floods

May 1, 2014 / No Comments

As per an environment ministry panel, last year’s catastrophic floods in northern India that killed thousands were said to be caused by the hydro-power projects that were badly controlled.   The information from the said organization was acquired last Tuesday by Reuters. June 2013, the heaviest rainfall that was ever recorded caused rivers and lakes to overflow, destroying the nearby towns and villages ...