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Stonehenge builders ate undercooked offal, ancient faeces reveals

Parasite eggs found in 4,500-year-old human faeces suggest the builders of Stonehenge took part in winter feasts that included the internal organs of animals, researchers have revealed.

Ghostly ‘mirror world’ might be cause of cosmic controversy

New research suggests an unseen “mirror world” of particles that interacts with our world only via gravity that might be the key to solving a major puzzle in cosmology today—the Hubble constant problem.

Famous ‘alien’ Wow! signal may have come from distant, sunlike star

Researchers may have pinpointed the source of a famous supposed alien broadcast discovered nearly a half century ago.

These Videos From a Space Probe Flying Past The Sun Are Truly Out of This World

A spacecraft looping around the Sun has made its first close approach – and filmed the encounter in glorious detail.

Psychedelics: how they act on the brain to relieve depression

Two recent studies, published in The New England Journal of Medicine and Nature Medicine, have shed some light on this mysterious process.