The Immortal Jellyfish is found in oceans all over the world and is a fascinating example of the many mysteries that still exist beneath the waves.
Before the modern medical knowledge of coma, what did ancient people do to a person in coma? Did they bury them alive or something similar?
Medical professionals from a variety of fields were perplexed by her condition, as it challenged conventional understanding of sleep disorders and challenged the limits of human resilience.
During the 1920s to 1950s, drinking water with radium dissolved in it was widely promoted as a miracle tonic.
These incredible tools are a testament to the ingenuity and resourcefulness of human beings – and begs the question, what other ancient knowledge and techniques have we forgotten in our race towards progress?
The discovery implies that early people had mastered complex surgical procedures, having detailed knowledge of anatomy beyond our imagination.
Despite its disappearance, the legacy of Silphium endures. The plant might still be growing in the wild in Northern Africa, unrecognized by the modern world.
The summary of every life in this world is, "decay and death." But this time the wheel of the aging process could be turned in the opposite direction.
Andrew Crosse, an amateur scientist, made the unthinkable happen 180 years ago: he accidently created life. He never explicitly stated that his little creatures were conjured from the aether, but he was never able to discern where they originated from if they weren't produced from the aether.
In December 2021, a research team from Japan announced that it has developed a vaccine to eliminate so-called zombie cells. These cells are said to accumulate with age and cause…
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