Sputnik | A model, born white, has undergone melanin injections and breast enhancement to look more African and curvy.
Daily Mail | ‘There’s no place to hide’.
Daily Mail | Would YOU trust Facebook to monitor everything you see?
Sputnik | Crowds of inquisitive stargazers opted to brave freezing temperatures of up to —38 C while standing outdoors to enjoy a lunar phenomenon commonly referred to as a super blood wolf moon.
Sputnik | Scientists around the world continue to fret over Apophis, a 325 metre-wide asteroid discovered in 2004 and appropriately named after the Ancient Egyptian god of evil, darkness and destruction.
Sputnik | Women’s career choices are another factor that impedes their advancement.
American Mirror | YouTube has hidden the video behind a large warning sign.
Daily Mail | Expert warns biases in training data causes AI systems to assign more negative emotions to pictures of black men.
Daily Mail | A new report claims users’ #10yearchallenge selfies could be used to mine data.
Breitbart | Global warming has not caused an increase in the frequency or intensity of hurricanes, a study published by the Global Warming Policy Foundation has confirmed.
RT | European researchers have animated a prehistoric four-legged creature that lived before the dinosaurs by studying its gait and making a robotic model that can walk the earth just like its prototype 280 million years ago.
Daily Caller | Facebook is creating new rules limiting an employee’s ability to change colleagues’ minds about politics and religion, Business Insider reported Tuesday, citing internal documents reflecting the change.
Daily Mail | Officials at CERN presented Tuesday their study for a ‘Future Circular Collider’.
Daily Mail | Pioneering mission to the lunar surface is successfully growing biological material for the first time EVER.
Forbes | A California judge has ruled that American cops can’t force people to unlock a mobile phone with their face or finger.
Daily Mail | Continental unveiled a robot delivery dog and driverless van at CES in Las Vegas.
Mac Slavo | The object, dubbed “Oumuamua,” is the first ever object detected by humans that originated outside of our own solar system.
Zero Hedge | Earth’s magnetic field, otherwise known as the geomagnetic field, is the magnetic field that extends from the Earth’s inner core out into space, where it deflects harmful radiation from the Sun.
Daily Mail | Magnetic North Pole is ‘skittering’ away from Canada, towards Siberia.
CNS News | No Final Decision Yet on Whether Contract Will be Cancelled.
RT | Earth’s magnetic field, the basis for modern global navigation systems, is constantly in some state of flux. However, it now seems to be going haywire, pushing the North Pole closer to Siberia, and no one’s sure why.
Daily Mail | Fast radio bursts are radio emissions that appear temporarily and randomly.
Michael Snyder | Something is happening to our planet.
Next Gov | Americans do not favor strict limits on facial recognition technology, according to a new national survey.
CNBC | Apple is cutting down its current production plans for new iPhones by about 10 percent for the next three months, the Nikkei Asian Review reported on Wednesday.
Daily Mail | Millenials more likely to be depressed by comparing themselves to others.
Health Impact News | 5G will use Phased Array Antennas to shoot Beams of Radiation at Cell Phones.
London Telegraph | The Chinese scientist who created the world’s first genetically edited babies is living under armed guard and could face the death penalty, colleagues believe.
Zero Hedge | Will China become proud owners of the first gas station in space?
Daily Mail | As much of the ocean responds to the rising temperatures of today’s world, the deep, dark waters at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean appear to be doing the exact opposite.
Daily Mail | The FBI is reportedly piloting Amazon’s controversial facial recognition software.
Daily Mail | Researchers have proposed a new model to explain the universe’s expansion.
Zero Hedge | More than 20 driverless vehicles in Arizona have reportedly been vandalized over the last two years.
Daily Mail | Scientists have one year to crack the mystery of the disease paralyzing America’s kids.
Sputnik | Nitrites used in the meat industry have long been a source of debate.
Daily Mail | Report claims scandal-plagued tech giant is now creating a ‘stablecoin’ backed by the US dollar for WhatsApp.
SCMP | Chemicals known as endocrine disrupters, commonly found in hygiene products, may mimic hormones and lead children to mature well before their natural time.
Daily Mail | A ‘human error’ let an Alexa user access another person’s private recordings.
Zero Hedge | Out of the major tech companies, people trust Facebook the least with their personal information.
Daily Mail | MRI scanner will have a resolution 1,000 times better than existing machines.
Daily Mail | A new report found Facebook will still track users who disable location services.
Sputnik | Footage of what looks like a mysterious object moving over the moon’s surface has emerged on YouTube.
Newsweek | Moscow and Beijing have reportedly joined forces to carry out heating experiments above Europe and modify an important layer of the atmosphere for a possible military application, according to Chinese scientists.
Daily Mail | Parents worry about their kids watching too much TV, but new research has shown children spend twice as much time on smartphones.
SF Gate | Describing the robot as a “hero” and a “legend,” UC Berkeley students expressed their grief on Facebook as news of a fallen KiwiBot reached the campus community.
Zero Hedge | More Amazon workers are rising up to protest their brutal working conditions.
Mac Slavo | Scientists have decided to publicly attempt a geoengineering experiment.
Daily Mail | Pichai said fears about the potential for AI to be misused are ‘very legitimate’.
Mac Slavo | Virgin Galactic, a private company whose goal is to send tourists to space in the near future, created a supersonic plane that was able to reach space.
The Sun | The 49-year-old was on the night shift at a porcelain factory in China when the accident happened.