Study finds how blaze affected bacteria, fungi over time

San Diego (California) [US] February 7 (ANI): Researchers at UC Riverside have discovered small organisms that not only survive but flourish in the first year following a wildfire. The discoveries might aid in putting out flames that are growing in size and intensity and revitalizing the landscape. The Holy Fire burned more than 23,000 acres … Read more

Nobel Prize Winner Maria Ressa Joins Call To Help Alexey Navalny: ‘Prevent Human Suffering’

Nobel Peace Prize 2021 winners Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov have called on the International Committee of the Red Cross to help jailed Russian opposition politician Alexey Navalny, who has been suffering from harsh treatment and lack of medical care inside a Russian prison. In a statement published by Russian independent news outlet Novaya Gazeta … Read more

Russia Mobilizes Ukrainians From Occupied Regions To Fight Own Country, Use As ‘Human Shield’

The Russian army has been accused of forcibly mobilizing Ukrainian citizens living in temporarily occupied regions to fight alongside Moscow’s troops, according to a report. Speaking at a briefing at Media Center Ukraine – Ukrinform, Olha Skrypnyk, Chairperson of the Board at the Crimean Human Rights Group, said men in the regions of Donetsk and … Read more

Boston Dynamics Video Shows Humanoid Robot’s New Skills

A newly released video from Boston Dynamics shows the organization’s humanoid robot Atlas displaying a routine that challenges its “locomotion and sensing capabilities,” according to a statement from the company. In the video, a man simulating work on a scaffold says he forgot his tools again, prompting Atlas to look around. The robot then builds … Read more

Scientists Propose Creating Human Antennas For 6G Technology

The world is just getting familiar with 5G technology, but scientists are already looking forward to advancing 6G technology in the near future. One of the proposals by scientists is to make human antennas to make the system more efficient. The new paper was presented at The 20th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems … Read more

No development is needed at the cost of human life, plea seeks SC intervention

New Delhi [India]January 7 (ANI): A plea has been filed in the Supreme Court to immediately intervene to assist the reparation work of Uttarakhand and to provide urgent relief to the people of Joshimath facing extremities and danger to their life and property. The plea filed by Swami Avimukteshwaranand Saraswati, a religious leader, seeks direction … Read more

Indonesia’s Criminalization Of Sex Outside Of Marriage Creates Human Rights Crisis

Indonesia is now facing a human rights crisis after passing controversial amendments to its criminal code earlier this month, specifically criminalizing sex outside marriage. According to CNN, concerns about tourism have increased due to the new law, a country that welcomes nearly 15 million international visitors annually. The new code criminalizes cohabitation between unmarried couples … Read more

Andrew Tate Arrested Over Human Trafficking Case Days After Greta Thunberg Spat

Controversial influencer Andrew Tate has been detained in Romania over human trafficking and rape charges, just two days after the self-proclaimed misogynist initiated an online feud with climate activist Greta Thunberg. Tate was arrested along with his brother in Bucharest, Romania on Thursday, the brothers’ lawyer confirmed, Reuters reported. The brothers have been under criminal … Read more

Timeline Of The Influencer’s Human Trafficking Case

Social media influencer Andrew Tate, who is notorious for making controversial and misogynistic statements online, has apparently been a subject of a human trafficking, rape and organized crime investigation. Andrew, his brother Tristan Tate and two other others were nabbed and detained in Romania Thursday for being “reasonably suspected” of criminal activity, The Verge reported, … Read more

Study reveals which animals we classify as ‘friends’ or ‘food’

washington [US]December 12 (ANI): A new study has revealed how humans view other species as research participants, classifies whether pig, dog, octopus among other “food animals” are seen as ‘friends’, ‘food’, or those ‘worth fighting for’. The study was published in the CABI journal Human-Animal Interactions. The researchers attempted to assess people’s social perceptions about … Read more