The Natural History Museum ordered bounty hunters to shoot on sight in a recently uncovered plot to capture the monster of Loch Ness.
Be the first to comment | October 2014
It’s long been assumed that the bigger a person is, the more weight they can carry. In fact, scientists are now contending that the exact opposite is true.
“Mickey Mouse money” has long been used as a name for fake or valueless cash. Now, on a small Pacific island, there are Mickey Mouse coins in circulation that are anything but.
Who says an old dog can’t learn new tricks? Once the protector of a senior member of a Colombian cartel, a dog named Pecas will soon be putting his talents to less felonious ends.
How many Bob Dylan references can a group of Swedish scientists hide in their articles before anyone notices? The answer is no longer in the wind.
Do you ever return from holiday wishing you could have stayed that little bit longer? With Richard Branson now encouraging staff to take leave whenever and for as long as they like, perhaps you should be considering a job at Virgin.
Be the first to comment | September 2014
How far would you go to save your pet goldfish? One Australian family apparently loved their fish so much that they paid for him to have a life-saving brain operation.
Scientists have once again pushed the boundaries of their field – proving that the proverbial chocolate teapot may be more useful than once thought. Afternoon tea may never be the same again...
Everybody from A-list movie stars to former US Presidents have taken part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in the past month. This week it was Wall Street’s turn.
In the wake of the row over a monkey selfie on Wikipedia, the US Copyright Office has issued new guidance. But photograph-taking monkeys and other creative animals are not the only ones who will now be deprived of protection for their ‘intellectual property’.
Be the first to comment | August 2014
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