Researchers exploring underwater mountains off the Chilean coast have discovered over 100 new marine species, including coral, lobsters, and sea urchins, at a depth of 1388 meters, using cameras and a robot, contributing insights into the impact of climate change on underwater ecosystems, during an expedition covering approximately 20,400 square miles (52,800 square kilometers) from Chile to Rapa Nui (Easter Island), highlighting the vastness of unmapped ocean territory.
Manipulating their household Wi-Fi configurations might be leading couples to disconnect. A TikTok observer has divulged a technological hack capable of unveiling a partner’s online activities and digital interests, sparking curiosity and concern among amateur investigators seeking insights.
The law in Ghana penalizes creating or backing LGBTQ+ groups with up to five years in jail, amid growing anti-LGBTQ+ sentiment, pending presidential approval, raising concerns about rights violations and targeted attacks, and proposing up to ten years imprisonment for advocating LGBTQ+ rights to minors and promoting public reporting of LGBTQ+ individuals.
Studies indicate that there are approximately six male psychopaths for every female psychopath, but a UK professor argues that the ratio is closer to 1.2 to 1, potentially five times higher than previously thought.
During his research in the Swiss Alps, Rassim Khelifa from the University of Zurich observed female moorland hawker dragonflies feigning death by dropping from the sky when pursued by males, only to resume flight once the coast was clear, showcasing an intriguing tactic to deter unwanted suitors.
John Cheeks, a Washington, D.C. resident, is suing Powerball organizers for $340 million, alleging negligence, after his winning ticket numbers, mistakenly posted on the D.C. Lottery’s website, were denied for three days.