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Researchers find evidence of warfare between prehistoric human tribes

Researchers find evidence of warfare between prehistoric human tribes

A group of researchers from the Leverhulme Centre for Human Evolutionary Studies of the Cambridge University claimed to have discovered evidence of the oldest incident of man’s cruelty to man.

The researchers said that the brutal killings of at least 27 members of a tribe by members of some other tribe nearly 10,000 years ago in the Stone Age marked the earliest evidence of massacre and human violence.

Namib Desert beetle could help stop frost on airplanes: scientists say

Namib Desert beetle could help stop frost on airplanes: scientists say

Scientists at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech) claimed to have learned a lesson from a desert beetle on how control and prevent frost on airplanes, coils and windshields, according to a new study published in Scientific Reports.

Apple’s ‘Project Titan’ head Steve Zadesky is leaving the company

Apple’s ‘Project Titan’ head Steve Zadesky is leaving the company

According to a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report, citing unidentified sources, Apple's Steve Zadesky - the head of the company's secret electric-car program called 'Project Titan' - is leaving the company because of 'personal reasons.'

Zadesky, who has had a 16-year stint at Apple, has been leading the company's 'Project Titan' program for the last two years.

Zebras’ stripes don’t provide anti-predator camouflaging effect: researchers conclude

Zebras’ stripes don’t provide anti-predator camouflaging effect: researchers conclude

Zebras’ iconic black and white stripes are unlikely to have evolved in an effort to provide camouflage protection from predators, a new study published in the journal PLOS ONE suggested.

The purpose of zebras’ stripes has long been baffling researchers. Different scientists put various hypotheses forward, including the one that suggests that the stripes are meant to confuse predators.

NASA astronaut Kelly tweets photos of massive blizzard from ISS

NASA astronaut Kelly tweets photos of massive blizzard from ISS

A massive blizzard with hurricane-force winds that blanketed the East Coast Saturday looked very treacherous even all the way from space, photographs tweeted by International Space Station (ISS) Commander Scott Kelly showed.

NASA astronaut Kelly wrote that it was a “massive snowstorm” and advised people in the East Coast area to stay safe.

Tinder adds STD-awareness page to repel attacks from sexual health advocacy groups

Tinder adds STD-awareness page to repel attacks from sexual health advocacy groups

Tinder, one of the most famous dating sites, has added an STD-awareness page to help its registered users to find the nearest STD testing center in their surrounding area.

The addition of the STD-awareness page is an apparent bid to settle the service’s grouse with AIDS Healthcare Foundation that began in September last year. The dating service has been repeatedly attacked by several sexual health advocacy groups who allege that the service encourages unprotected sex.

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