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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

Three Breast Models

Models with 3 Boobs Walks the Ramp during Milan Fashion Week

Fashion weeks are known for the experiments and new style trends. You can rely on Fashion week shows to be interesting, but some fashion...
Paris Fashion Week

Paris Fashion Week 2018 – What Makes it so Special

Paris is the birthplace for the fashion. So if you want to witness a first-hand view of the latest trends, Paris Fashion week is...

Evolution of Fashion Over Years – How Fashion Changing Lifestyle

In this world, everything changes with the passage of time and these changes occur due to some reasons. One of the things that have...

New York Fashion Week 2018 Success Story

The New York Fashion Week (NYFW) is back with all the excitement of new fashion trends and clothing designs. this was the week when...
Nail Art Trends

The Coolest Nail Trends For Fall (Autumn) 2018

As we all are aware that the summers are over now and the most awaited season of the year is here and that is...
fashion trend

Latest Fashion Trends For Men To Try In 2018 And Look Stylish

Fashion Trends never remains the same. The style is constant, fashion is flexible. And it is equally applicable for both men and women. With the...
Dresses To Wear to a Wedding

Dresses To Wear To A Wedding  – Best Wedding Outfits

Wedding means two hearts are going to start a golden chapter of their life by getting into the pious knot and a promise that...
Concert Outfits

Concert Outfits – Get Your Mood Go Cool With The Fashion

A concert is a live music performance at the forefront of an audience. The performance might be a solitary performer,at that point called a...
Dresses To Wear In Summer

Dresses To Wear In Summer – Dress To Make Your Look Stylish

Summer is that time of the year when the sun is closest to the earth and so the temperatures on earth are at their...

Teen paralyzed after eating slug in dare challenge

A dare challenge of eating a slug proved to be catastrophic for an Australian teen after he ended up being paralyzed neck down and...
Facebook to reintroduce facial recognition as an optional feature

Facebook to reintroduce facial recognition as an optional feature in EU

Reports have emerged that Facebook will be reintroducing its facial recognition feature and an optional one for its European users. Facebook has reportedly reworked...
Brain Activity

Mind-reading tech reconstructs images of what we perceive

Scientists have developed a technology that enabled them to harness brain waves and reconstruct images of what people perceive. The study by University of Toronto...

Smart garment capable of motion monitoring developed by UBC researchers

Researchers at University of British Columbia have developed smart garment that has the potential of changing how vitals and motion of athletes are monitored...

kids’ snacking patterns said to be influenced by genetics

There seems to be a link between kids' snacking patterns and their genes, a new study by Canadian scientists suggests. This study, which is published in...
Sunridge Place care home switches real cat with robotic version

Sunridge Place care home switches real cat with robotic version

In what seems to be a rather strange and surprising move, care home staff at Sunridge Place care home in Duncan, B.C. have allegedly switched...

Maple producers eye cloning of high sugar maple trees

Researchers have revealed results of their study involving a project wherein they have looked at the opportunity to clone high sugar maple trees thereby enabling...
Tissue paper-based wearable sensor holds immense promise

Tissue paper-based wearable sensor holds immense promise

Wearable technology has advanced by leaps and bounds and one of the strongest evidence is how their size and scale have breached traditional barriers...
Northern Lights

Northern Lights put up a show in the UK

Yesterday evening, parts of the UK witnessed the Northern Lights aka Aurora Borealis thanks to the solar flare that emanated from the Sun earlier...

Look out for yourself cryptocurrency investors, experts warn

The cryptocurrency scene is still in its toddler days and with no regulatory framework to protect investors, experts have warned cryptocurrency investors to look out...
LiDAR tech used to create giant 'pong' arena

LiDAR tech used to create giant ‘pong’ arena

A Canadian multimedia studio has fused socializing, gaming and the latest LiDAR tech to create a room-sized 'pong' arena which enables four players to...

Woman finds lizard in bag of store-brand romaine lettuce

A mother of 10-week-old newborn boy found a lizard in bag of store-brand romaine lettuce she purchased from Shaw’s supermarket in Portsmouth in the...

Dim lights not good for us, study shows

A new study has shown how spending too much time in dimly lit rooms and offices may have a negative impact on a person's...

2016 presidential election results had mixed impact on depression in people

Researchers have found the key differences between a group of people distressed by the 2016 presidential election results and those who didn't experience depression...
Medicine

Effectiveness of flu shot this season has been extremely low

Researchers have found that this season the effectiveness of flu shots has been extremely low with findings indicating that only 10-20 per cent of...
Worms inside skin

Couple’s vacation turns into worm horror

Vacation for a couple at a beautiful Caribbean beach turned out to be a worm horror after the two suffered burning, red and itchy backs...
Japanese Nobel Laureate Dr. Takaaki Kajita interacts with students

Japanese Nobel Laureate Dr. Takaaki Kajita interacts with students

Japanese Nobel Laureate Dr. Takaaki Kajita known for his neutrino experiments on Kamiokande and its successor, Super-Kamiokande delivered at lecture on "Discovery of Neutrino Oscillations"...

Turmeric could improve memory and mood

A UCLA study has found that turmeric has the potential of improving memory as well as mood. According to a study published by UCLA researchers...
De Beers mulls launch of industry-wide blockchain to track gems

De Beers mulls launch of industry-wide blockchain to track gems

Tracking of precious stones as they go through their entire production cycle is a tedious task and while solutions are already in place, blockchain...
men and women

Pokemon Go could help people improve socially

In a study published in Personality and Individual Differences, scientists have shown that the popular video game Pokémon Go could help people who are struggling...
Vaping said to be popular among teens

Vaping said to be popular among teens

A new study has shown that nearly 30 per cent of all 12th graders were using some kind of vaping device last year -...
Vitamin D could halve the risk of severe asthma attacks

Opioid addiction at an all time high

According to a recent reports by state level narcotics departments, Opioid addiction and opioid deaths have reached epidemic levels across the nation, but a concrete...
Nearly half of all humans believe in aliens!

Nearly half of all humans believe in aliens!

Up to 50 {c43afef20b53c52cc3c9604a6ded27ea6b33b707c3920cbe039a75721c1053d0} of Earthlings think that we aren’t alone within the world - and wish to get hold of alien existence, according...
Starting December 4 all the way through to December 16, the Geminid meteor shower will be dazzling the night skies across the globe.

Geminid meteor shower to peak on December 13-14

According to astronomy expert groups, this year's Geminid meteor shower will peak during late hours of December 13 and early hours of December 14...
Nearly half of all humans believe in aliens!

Mars resource extraction could lead to war

Resource extraction on Mars could lead to wars, scientists have said and this is something that space agencies and governments around the world need...
McGill University researchers have suggested through a study that mindfulness training may help overweight people shed pounds and keep them off.

Mindfulness training may help overweight people shed weight

McGill University researchers have suggested through a study that mindfulness training may help overweight people shed pounds and keep them off. Researchers in Canada carried...
Don't wait for diabetes to set in; take actions now

Don’t wait for diabetes to set in; take actions now

Diabetes is becoming a major problem in the US and globally with doctors and experts urging people take actions well before diabetes sets in...
Our night lights are eating away night sky! Lifestyle to blame?

Our night lights are eating away night sky! Lifestyle to blame?

Researchers have revealed through satellite based observations that our night lights are not only getting brighter but they are eating away our night sky...
ISS footage at center of meteor or alien spaceship debate [Video]

Meteorite footage from ISS sparks UFO debate [Video]

Conspiracy theorists just can't appreciate the fact that a video captured from International Space Station (ISS) can just be showing a stunning meteorite, but...
Firefox browser

Firefox ‘Quantum’ is the biggest update since launch in 2004

Mozilla has launched the biggest ever update for its Firefox browser since its launch in 2004 under the name Firefox Quantum. The new Firefox Quantum...
Facebook to reintroduce facial recognition as an optional feature

Vietnamese teenager gets electrocuted in sleep by broken iPhone cable, dies

This is one of the most unfortunate deaths we have come across with lifestyle habits responsible for it! A young Vietnamese girl is said to...
UFO in California

UFO allegedly spotted in California revealed a decade later [Video]

A new video has surfaced on YouTube that claims to show an unidentified flying object (UFO) in California as well as proofs that UFOs...
ibtihaj muhammed barbie

First hijab-wearing barbie to be available online next fall

Mattel Inc. have announced the first ever hijab-wearing barbie modeled after Ibtihaj Muhammad, an American Olympian who represented the country in fencing and competed in...
Hiseas

Mock Mars experiment atop a volcano ends [Video]

The mock Mars experiment in a geodesic dome on the slopes of Mauna Loa, Hawai'i cane to an end on September 17 after eight...
Boriska Kipriyanovich

Russian youngster Boriska Kipriyanovich claims he was a Martian before being reborn on Earth

Boriska even claims that there are still a few Martians left on the Red Planet who are living there and if that's the case, one obvious question is what are the NASA rovers doing ever since they landed on Mars?

Paco Rabanne: the fashion metallurgical

Spanish designer, architect and writer Francisco Rabaneda Cuervo, better known as Paco Rabanne, is recognized worldwide for his innovative textile creations, including the use...

Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, National Fashion Design Award 2017

The designer Agatha Ruiz de la Prada was awarded today in Spain with the National Fashion Design Award 2017 "in recognition of her more...

Meet the eight ‘cracks’ of Colombian fashion

July 4, 2017. The presidential couple peers at a White House balcony to greet Independence Day. Melania Trump wore an electric blue dress with...

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The Story Behind Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”

The trailer of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody is out now. People are talking whether the story of Queen is true or not? The Queen was the...
Technology Of VFX and CGI

How Does The Technology Of VFX And CGI Work?

Just watch an old movie if you want to experience how far technology has progressed in the last few decades. The new technology has improved...
Nathanael Greene Statue

The Police of Georgia Is Seeking Vandal Who Added Googly Eyes To Nathanael Greene...

Protecting national heritage is our moral responsibility. But last week, something unexpected happened in Savannah, Georgia. Someone thought the monument of Nathanael Greene Statue needed...