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Louise Jones

Boaty McBoatface Comes Up Trumps On First Mission

The world’s favourite exploration submarine Boaty McBoatface has made a significant discovery on its maiden scientific voyage. The autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) has mapped the freezing ocean waters off Antarctica in 3D to reveal to scientists that seas are warming...

Stig Severinsen Breatheology Explained

Everyone starts life with a deep breath - and continues to keep breathing for more than 25,000 times a day until their final breath. Despite breathing on autopilot for all our lives, Severinsen argues that few people know how to...

Stephen Hawking’s Star Burns Bright Among The Greats Of Science

The annals of science include some great names - Darwin, Einstein, Newton and Galileo to name a few - but Stephen Hawking star burns bright among them. Hawking’s triumph is even more impressive because he fought for decades against a...

Going Underground – The Amazing Depthscrapers

While the rest of the world was planning skyscrapers reaching to the heavens, planners in Tokyo were looking to dig deep. In the 1930s, they drafted plans for ‘depthscrapers’ to defy earthquakes by building enormous buildings reaching dozens of storeys...

Does Project xCloud Mean The Death Of Gaming Consoles?

Microsoft is ling up alongside Sony and Google with a game streaming service that is likely to be the death knell for consoles. The Seattle software giant is launching Project xCloud in the autumn to compete with Sony’s PlayStation Now...

Summer Of Fun As Festival Fever Hits Dublin

The weather’s not always great in Dublin in the summer - but the city has a feast of spectacular festivals lined up to entertain visitors whatever the weather. The temperatures may not soar too much outside in a traditional Irish...

Heavyweight Upset As Unknown Hero Stops Joshua

The boxing world has been left reeling from the sensational defeat of heavyweight Anthony Joshua is a fight everyone thought he would coast through. Joshua was knocked down four times with the fight stopped in the seventh round in one...

Britain Blamed For $500bn Tax Dodging By Multinationals

Britain is blamed for enabling most of the world’s $500 billion a year corporate tax dodging, following a probe by financial experts. The Tax Justice Network places Britain at the heart of the Corporate Tax Haven Index. In the report, the...

Crypto Ratings Fall Flat For Most Coins

Improving technology is underpinning rising confidence in cryptocurrency investors, according to rating company Weiss Crypto Ratings. The company has rated cryptocurrencies for technology improvement for long-term investors and risk and reward for short term investors. Top of the table is...

Dan Brulé Breathwork Explained

Most of us breathe in and out at least 23,000 times a day without skipping a beat while failing to give a second thought. But to some mystics and spiritual guides, the question is are we breathing properly and realising...

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