Billionaires Are Buying Giant Robotic Suits

Your dream of controlling a massive mecha robot, similar to those in renowned anime series like Gundam, or engaging in combat in computer games like Titanfall or Armored Core is about to come true if you've ever entertained such thoughts. Introducing ARCHAX, a 4.5-meter-tall mecha robot made by Tsubame Industry in Japan. This magnificent machine... Continue Reading →

DNA from Beethoven’s Hair Reveals ‘Surprise’

One stormy Monday in March, 1827, the German composer Ludwig von Beethoven passed away after a protracted illness. Bedridden since the previous Christmas, he was attacked by jaundice, his limbs and abdomen swollen, each breath a struggle. As his associates went about the task of sorting through personal belongings, they uncovered a document Beethoven had... Continue Reading →

Mystery of Pit Full of Human Skulls Finally Solved

Amystery surrounding a large pit of 700-year-old human skulls unearthed in southwest Arkansas has finally been solved after four decades. The remains belong to the ancestors of the Caddo Nation, and are not "trophies" from their vanquished foes. This is the conclusion of a pair of researchers from the University of Arkansas, based on an analysis of... Continue Reading →

The Suicide Epidemic of Teen Girls

Nearly 60% of teenage girls in the United States reported feeling sad or hopeless in 2021, marking the highest level in a decade and nearly double the rate among teenage boys. According to the latest Youth Risk Behavior Survey by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, rates of reported sexual violence and suicide... Continue Reading →

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