Norjalainen koulu kielsi puhelimien käytön koulupäivien aikana

Candy Crush Sagan pelaaminen, tekstaaminen, ja puhelimessa puhuminen ovat sallittuja ajanvietteitä kotona, koulu päätti. Oppilaskunta ja koulu tekivät päätöksen yhdessä. Puhelimia ei saa käyttää luokissa, käytävillä, eikä koulun pihalla. Sen sijaan, oppilaat siis jättävät laitteensa luokassa olevaan “hotelliin”, ja ottavat ne sieltä mukaansa vasta kotiin lähtiessään. N

Powdered Alcohol Coming To The US

Talk about a powder keg. Palcohol may soon be at a liquor store near you. The product was recently approved for consumption by the Federal Government, which means society could well be on its way to snorting itself into oblivion. But that’s NOT HOW IT’S SUPPOSED TO BE USED, PEOPLE. From the company’s site: We have seen comments about goofballs wanting to snort it. Don’t do it! I

Has the Loch Ness Monster been spotted on Apple Maps?

Some say the Loch Ness monster has resurfaced in Scotland, based on an Apple Maps image -- but is it a real sighting of the elusive creature or clever marketing? Members of the Official Loch Ness Monster Fan Club claim they have studied an image seen on Apple’s global satellite map application that shows the allegedly 100-foot-long creature, CNet .com reports, citing London’s Daily Mail

Planetary alignment with the Giza Pyramids, once in 2,737 yr

Full Galactic Disclosure by Elizabeth Trutwin As long as we believe we are at the most advanced period of time we will not look for other answers. Shaman all over the world today know that in our normal state of consciousness we will not have a supernatural experience or even a spiritual experience. The supernatural is all around us, all the time, unseen and our senses cannot sense them. Th

Study Finds Recreational Cannabis Use Is Associated With Abnormalities In The Brain

A study investigating recreational marijuana use in young adults has found that users had differences in two areas of the brain, the amygdala and the nucleus accumbens, when compared with non-users. The study has been published in The Journal of Neuroscience. Cannabis, or marijuana, is the most commonly used illicit drug in the United States, but relatively few studies have investigated how

Giant Human Skeleton Discovered

Science inhabitants of Atlantis was so advanced that they could afford to experiment with human genetic material. For example, the Atlanteans created a new “breed” of people with tremendous growth and other qualities – to participate in wars, or simply “the love of art.” It is believed that the finds in Egypt – it’s just the remains of people who were able to escape from the dest

Carbs were key in wolves’ evolution into dogs

Most people can probably recognise that our love of bread, potatoes and any other carbohydrate heavy foods will have had an effect on human evolution, but now scientists are beginning to understand how it could have shaped the evolution of dogs as well. It’s well known that dogs are the domesticated close relatives of wolves. It is generally considered that this must have occurred as wolv

Why Do We Yawn? It May Keep Us From Getting Hot-Headed

Why do we yawn? Most animals that can respirate via their mouths can also yawn. We yawn, as well as most other mammals, birds, and fish. Even human fetuses have been observed yawning in the womb. Do animals yawn because they are bored or tired? Not necessarily. It is difficult to explain why other animals yawn; for some species, it may be a way to assert dominance or signal to others, while

How weaver ants get a grip

Ants are cool. You may not think that when they are marching through your kitchen, but before you spray them into oblivion, just remember: ants are cool. Researchers studying an Asian weaver ant came upon two new and exciting abilities. The Asian weaver ant can not only stick to a surface while holding over 100 times its weight, it can also respond to the added weight in one milliseco

Pictures: Rare “Cyclops” Shark Found

One-Eyed Anomaly Photograph courtesy Marcela Bejarano-Álvarez Talk about a one-of-a-kind discovery—an extremely rare cyclops shark (pictured) has been confirmed in Mexico, new research shows. The 22-inch-long (56-centimeter-long) fetus has a single, functioning eye at the front of its head—the hallmark of a congenital condition called cyclopia, which occurs in several animal sp