A team of US researchers has discovered that female ‘Aedes aegypti’ mosquitoes, unlike other animals, have multiple receptors in their olfactory neurons that provide them with a sophisticated and ‘unbreakable’ attraction to humans
There is no scientific evidence to support the commonly held belief, and experts say the preventive focus should be on abrupt temperature changes
History remembers the famed ‘philosopher-king’ as a wise and just ruler, but one of the most brutal and well-documented acts of imperial atrocity took place under his reign: the torture and persecution of the martyrs of Lyon, devoured by wild beasts in AD 177
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James Howells, a computer engineer, proposes using robot dogs and a metal arm to recover a hard drive that he lost in 2013. It contains the equivalent of €180 million in cryptocurrencies. He believes it is still sitting in a landfill in Wales.
The young man who stabbed the Anglo-Indian writer admits that he hasn’t read more than a couple of pages of ‘The Satanic Verses’, the novel that prompted Iranian ayatollahs to call for the author’s death in 1989