Bizarre

11 September 2023

Sony launching 'foster parent program' for robot dogs

Sony is launching a 'foster parent' program for robot dogs. The plans are part of a sustainability project which aims to take unwanted ERS-1000 Aibo models - which are a ...

11 September 2023

Scientists fear World War Three in space!

Scientists fear World War Three could break out in space after India landed on the Moon. The South Asian country made history last month for becoming the first nation to ...

11 September 2023

Footie scouts fear they will be replaced by AI bots

Football scouts are reportedly fearing they will be replaced by AI bots. Custom built AI systems have already been put in place by bosses of Britain’s biggest football teams to ...

8 September 2023

Police storm yoga class after ritual murder confusion

Police stormed into a yoga class after it was mistaken for a 'ritual mass murder'. Members of the public noticed several people lying on the floor and reported it to the ...

8 September 2023

Human kidneys have been grown inside in pigs

Human kidneys have been grown inside pigs in a remarkable experiment. It is the first time that scientists have been able to grow a "humanised" organ inside another species and they ...

7 September 2023

Kamala Harris rubbishes fears about Joe Biden's age

Kamala Harris has dismissed concerns about Joe Biden's age. A recent survey revealed that two-thirds of Americans consider the president too old to stand for re-election next year but the vice ...
7 September 2023

Eating a big breakfast can beat jet lag

Eating lots and sunbathing on the first day of a holiday can beat jet lag. Researchers in Illinois and New Mexico have studied the impact that light and food has on ...

7 September 2023

Frozen humans could come back to life in 70 years

Frozen humans could be brought back to life in 70 years' time. Valeriya Udalova, the head of the Russian cryo-preservation firm KrioRus, believes that those bidding to come back to life ...

7 September 2023

Japan is a global hotspot for UFOs

Japan is a hotspot for UFOs. The US Department of Defence has published a document that shows where sightings of unidentified objects have been reported most frequently using data based on ...

6 September 2023

Vaping wrecks men's sex lives by shrinking testicles

Vaping shrinks men's testicles. Scientists have warned that smoking e-cigarettes has a disastrous impact on male reproduction as it also lowers both libido and sperm count. Experts from Turkey tested the impact ...

5 September 2023

Eric Trump: Indictments will make my father president again

Donald Trump is more likely to become president again as a result of the "nonsense" charges against him. The former US president's son Eric Trump claims that the four indictments against ...
5 September 2023

Dracula might have been a vegetarian

Dracula was a vegetarian. Author Bram Stoker based the legendary blood-guzzling vampire on the real-life military dictator of Romania Vlad III Dracula - who is likely to have had a meat-free ...

5 September 2023

Opposites do not attract romantically

Opposites do not attract when it comes to romance. An analysis of 130 personality traits across millions of couples has revealed that the old adage about partners isn't actually true. A team ...

4 September 2023

Naked mole rats could hold the key to a longer life

Scientists are convinced they have found the secret to a longer life in the naked mole rat. The odd-looking rodents may help humans to live longer as they have a gene ...

4 September 2023

NASA searches skies for alien life

NASA is searching the skies for signs of alien civilisations. Dr. Michelle Thalller, a scientist at the US space agency, explained that conferences have been held regarding the possibility of the ...

1 September 2023

Donald Trump blasts 'left wing lunatics' for COVID-19 'fearmongering'

Donald Trump has hit out at the "fearmongering" over a new strain of COVID-19 in the United States. The former US president has hit out at the coverage of the recent ...
1 September 2023

Zapping the brain improves maths skills

Zapping the brain could help people who struggle with maths. Researchers gave 102 people a set of tricky sums to solve - half of whom had their brain zapped with a ...

1 September 2023

Beer can be good for the immune system

Beer is good for the immune system. New research has discovered that drinking pints in moderation is better for gut health than abstaining completely as the drink contains several vital ingredients ...

31 August 2023

President Faustin-Archange Touadéra: Referendum result will give Central African Republic a new lease of life

Faustin-Archange Touadéra, the President of the Central African Republic, says the country now has a “new lease of life” following the positive referendum vote. On July 30, the people ...

31 August 2023

Donald Trump will 'lock up' political enemies if he is re-elected

Donald Trump has vowed to "lock up" his political foes if he returns to the White House. The former US president made the astonishing claim during an interview with right-wing broadcaster ...
31 August 2023

NASA mistakenly killed life on Mars 50 years ago

NASA accidentally killed life on Mars 50 years ago. The claim has been made by scientist Dirk Schulze-Makuch from the Technical University Berlin who is convinced that an experiment carried out ...

30 August 2023

Donald Trump fears 'mental catastrophe' Joe Biden will take US into World War III

Donald Trump fears that "mad" Joe Biden will lead the United States into World War III. The former US president has launched another vitriolic attack on his White House successor as ...
30 August 2023

'Beer goggles' phenomenon is a myth

Drinking alcohol does not give men 'beer goggles'. A new study has revealed that boozing makes men more likely to approach someone they consider to be attractive but does not make ...

30 August 2023

Alien objects found on Earth

A scientist claims to have found alien material on Earth. Over 700 metal spheres have been recovered from the bottom of the Pacific Ocean and Harvard physicist Professor Avi Loeb says ...