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Bitcoin developer Jimmy Song and Bitcoin.com CEO Roger Ver, AKA 'Bitcoin Jesus,' were supposed to debate the merits of Bitcoin vs. Bitcoin Cash, but in mere minutes, the event went south.
A local diver discovered the engines and part of the main body of the craft that would have crashed into the Goodwin Sands in Kent more than 70 years ago.
According to a study by researchers at the National University of Ireland, Galway, adults insecure in their relationships may use Facebook to fulfil their attachment needs.(Stock)
The warning has been spotted in the beta version of the latest edition of Windows 10, currently being tested with users who are part of its 'Insiders' initiative to gauge public reaction.
Sunspot says mercury spill isn't behind mystery evacuation, insists they have NOT encountered aliens
Some people have suggested that the facility suffered a leak at its Richard B. Dunn Solar Telescope, which relies on a mercury float bearing. Others suspect aliens are to blame.
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin were investigating how plants respond to the effects of gravity when they stumbled across their find.
Researchers from Jinan University, China, found that females who enjoy being tied to the bed or whipped while having sex, are less moved when they see photographs of other people in pain.
Elon Musk (pictured, left) made the announcement about the the strange sounding observation post at the firm's headquarters in Hawthorne, California, to his followers on Twitter.
Experts had been trying to save the emaciated four-year-old known as J50, who was part of a critically endangered population of killer whales in the Pacific Northwest that now numbers just 74.
In just 125 years there may be far fewer people with really dark skin or pale skin, according to Scott Solomon a biologist at Rice University in Houston (stock image).
SpaceX, based in California, is sending a space tourist to the moon aboard its Big Falcon Rocket (BFR), a massive launch vehicle that is being designed to carry people into deep space.
Russian agents and other malicious groups seeking to influence elections in the US and elsewhere have repeatedly used images and video for fake news campaigns.
The site is located in the Raqefet cave south of Haifa in today's northern Israel that also served as a burial site for the Natufian people.
Experts from the University of Plymouth have shown that the chemical profile of Devon and Cornwall have more in common with France and mainland Europe than mainland Britain.
Pre-orders kick-started at 8:01am BST (3:01am ET) on Apple.com/UK and on the Apple Store iOS app, with both handsets expected to sell out worldwide in minutes.
Traces of drilling have now been discovered not only inside the spacecraft's living compartment, but also 'on the screen of the anti-meteorite shield', Russian space agency sources have claimed.
Trendy new gadgets, such as Fitbit exercise monitors, personalised DNA tests and sophisticated health apps, could ‘overwhelm’ people with health data, says the Royal College of Surgeons.
The St. Lawrence beluga whales appear to have adopted a stray narwhal, who was spotted swimming with a group of at least 10 other whales in drone footage captured in August.
Apple previously included a lightning to USB cable, USB power adapter, headphones and a dongle in the box containing a new iPhone. Now, users will have to pony up $9 to buy a dongle.
The majority of Americans claim that they are buying and eating less meat, having meatless meals and rationing portions in order to protect their health, a Johns Hopkins survey shows.