the sciences

Observations of the night sky over the past 12 years reveal that the change in visibility equates to a 9.6 percent increase in sky brightness per year.

The study warned that seeing stars at night decreased by 10% annually, thanks to light pollution

Stargazing may soon be a thing of the past: Star visibility in the night sky is declining by 10% annually thanks to light pollution, study warns Researchers evaluated 51,351 star observations seen between 2011 and 2022. The brightness of the night sky from artificial light has increased by 7 to 10% per year This is …

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Study finds that looking at your partner's photos for just a few seconds can boost feelings of infatuation, attachment, and marital satisfaction (stock photo)

Scientists reveal the surprisingly simple task that can reignite the spark in your relationship

When you’ve been with someone for many years, it’s very easy to let life get in the way and the spark to fade. But psychologists at the University of Missouri-St. Louis in the US has discovered a surprisingly easy way to reignite the passion, and all you need is a photo. A study found that …

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Quiet mode is rolling out to global users starting today, mutes notifications, sends automatic replies to direct messages (DMs) and adds status

Instagram’s new Quiet Mode mutes notifications and sends automatic replies to direct messages

Instagram has launched a new ‘Quiet Mode’ to reduce the number of alerts people see and help users combat smartphone addiction. Rolling out to users in the UK today, Quiet Mode mutes notifications and sends automatic replies to Direct Messages (DMs). It’s also adding a new “in silent mode” status below Instagram profile names, accompanied …

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Inner Cosmos has unveiled its first brain implant to treat depression.  The digital bean is the smallest and least invasive technology yet - the implant is about the size of a penny

First implant to treat depression revealed: New brain chip set to rival Elon Musk’s Nueralink

While Elon Musk’s Neuralink expects to begin human trials within six months, the neurotechnology company has unveiled a device that treats depression and is now in the skull of its first patient. The “digital pill” from Inner Cosmos has two parts: an electrode that sits under the skin of the scalp and a “prescription pod” …

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A single black hole is mind-boggling enough — a region in space where gravity is so intense that nothing, even light, can escape from.  Now astronomers have discovered something even more impressive, two black holes spotted

Two supermassive black holes found eating side by side with only 750 light-years between them

Black hole pit! Scientists have discovered two supermassive black holes eating side by side just 750 light-years apart Two supermassive black holes have been spotted “feeding” side by side The pair grows at the same time only 750 light-years away Astronomers believe that they will eventually coalesce into a supermassive black hole By Xantha Leatham, …

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New research from Vanderbilt University in the USA shows that T. rex (pictured) may have had the same number of neurons in the brain as modern primates.

T.Rex may be able to solve problems and even claims of cultural study

When you think of Tyrannosaurus Rex, you might picture a roaring beast slamming into trees or tearing apart its prey. However, a more realistic picture might involve a theropod dinosaur carefully making a fork to pick up a carcass, or peacefully interacting with its friends. This is because new research from Vanderbilt University in the …

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