Wi-Fi Could Be The Best To Detect Weapons And Bombs

Ordinary wi-fi could be used to detect weapons and explosives in public places, according to a study led by the Rutgers University in New Jersey.

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Nasa Poised To Launch First Sun-Skimming Spaceship

NASA is ready to dispatch a $1.5 billion spacecraft on a fiercely hot voyage toward the Sun, offering scientists the nearest ever view of our strange and mysterious star. The probe is named after Eugene Parker, it will end up being the first spacecraft ever to fly through the Sun’s scorching atmosphere, known as the corona. Understanding how the corona works will help scientists anticipate dangerous space weather storms.

Why Bruises Change Color?

A bruise is caused when tiny blood vessels or capillaries are damaged or broken near the surface of your body without breaking the skin as the result of some kind of trauma to the skin. Broken capillaries leak blood in the surrounding tissues, which causes tenderness and discoloration under your skin. A bruise is also medically referred to as a contusion. As the bruise heals, your body absorbs that leaked blood. That’s why the appearance of a bruise changes. 

Scientists Have Found a Quadrillion Tonnes of Diamonds Lurking Deep Beneath Earth’s Surface

Scientists uncovered a cache of diamonds distributed deep below the Earth’s surface, and it amounts to over a quadrillion tons of the precious mineral. The diamonds are in underground rock formations called cratons, which are shaped like inverted mountains, lie at the center of the planet’s tectonic plates, and can stretch up to 200 miles into the Earth.

Are LED Lights Making Us Ill?

The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry published a paper by a group of prominent psychiatrists that warned of the potential effects of LED lighting on mental illness. Concerning about the the influence of blue light on sleep, use of digital healthcare apps and devices, and the higher sensitivity of teenagers to blue light. Poorly-timed light exposure could have adverse effects on manic states and the sleep-wake cycle.

If You’re ‘Skinny Fat,’ You Might Be at Increased Risk of Dementia

Having sarcopenic obesity implies having a high mass of fat and a combination of low muscle mass and strength. Researchers at Florida Atlantic University’s Comprehensive Center for Brain Health knew that sarcopenia and obesity can harm cognitive function and needed to additionally examine the connection between body mass and composition and the early indications of Alzheimer’s infection.

Do a Person’s Fingerprints Change After Death?

A research suggest fingerprinting identification become less reliable as the time interval between two sets of prints being taken increases, which recommends that the edges on a man’s fingertips may really change somewhat finished the course of a man’s life. But the body which is well protected still appears to work truly tried and dependable.

What If You Stopped Drinking Water?

We need water to survive. Water is the most abundant substance in our body,” “It makes up anywhere from 60% to 65 % of your body weight and your blood contains 90% of water. it carries nutrients and hormones through the body, regulates body temperature, cushions our joints, spinal cord, and other sensitive tissues and even lubricates our eyes, and much more. If we are not fulfilling the requirements of water, it might stop our body functions and could even lead to death.