Astronomy Jargon 101: Dark Matter

Jan 6, 2023

In this series we are exploring the weird and wonderful world of astronomy jargon! You’ll feel mysterious about today’s topic: dark matter! Something funny is going on in the universe. Way back in the 1930’s astronomer Fritz Zwicky was studying the motions of galaxies inside the Coma galaxy cluster. He found that those galaxies were moving around way too quickly. Once he added up all their mutual gravitational attraction, their incredible speeds should have ripped apart the Coma cluster ...read more

Could the Olympics be an evolutionary event for the coronavirus? How did the Delta variant come about? Find out in ScienceSeeker's picks of the best posts for the week of July 19 - July 25 2021 #SciSeekPicks #SciComm.

Jan 6, 2023

In this week's edition of the best and brightest from science news around the world, explore how the film Tenet addresses entropy and Maxwell's demon, and find out how two cups of coffee could reduce the risk of renal cancer. ScienceSeeker editors' favourite posts within their respective areas of interest and expertise also cover many other important and exciting topics. Why not have a read, inform yourself, and indulge your scientific curiosity?The Olympics could be a Covid-19 ‘super-evolutio ...read more

Security firm Blumira discovers major new Log4j attack vector

Jan 6, 2023

It doesn't rain, but it pours. Previously, one assumption about the 10 out of 10 Log4j security vulnerability was that it was limited to exposed vulnerable servers. We were wrong. The security company Blumira claims to have found a new, exciting Log4j attack vector. You didn't really want to take this weekend off, did you? Of course not! Instead, you'll be chasing down vulnerable Log4j code ever deeper into your network. According to Blumira, this newly-discovered Javascript WebSocket attack ve ...read more

How to convert M4A files to MP3

Jan 6, 2023

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Verstappen tops F1 team bosses’ poll for first time

Jan 6, 2023

Read Time:2 Minute, 35 Second The two drivers have dominated the rankings over recent years, finishing as the top two every year since 2016. But this is the first time that Verstappen has emerged ahead. In what has become a long-standing tradition created by Autosport, each of the F1 team bosses were asked to pick their top 10 drivers of the year. The individual results are kept secret – so the team principals can answer honestly – and the tally totted up using F1’s point struc ...read more

Smith finally confirmed as Rooster for 2023

Jan 6, 2023

Brandon Smith of the Storm. The worst-kept secret in rugby league was confirmed on Friday afternoon, as Brandon Smith was officially locked in as a Sydney Roosters player for 2023. The Storm hooker was one of the hottest properties in the game going into the year after next, but turned his back on his current club and a potential move to the Dolphins to jump on board with one of the competition's heavyweights. "We're excited to announce the signing of Brandon to a three-year arrangement and lo ...read more

Patriots Josh McDaniels Discussed for Head-Coaching Vacancy

Jan 6, 2023

Getty Josh McDaniels Whenever an NFL has success, without fail, its offensive and/or defensive coordinators will have their names mentioned in connection with head-coaching opportunities. It seems it is time of the New England Patriots‘ Josh McDaniels to be a hot commodity again. On WEEI’s Gresh Keefe on Thursday, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com and NFL Network acknowledged McDaniels has been one floated in speculation about the Jacksonville Jaguars’ next head coach. ALL the late ...read more

What’s Inside a Kangaroo Pouch? Get to Know Everything Here!

Jan 6, 2023

Kangaroos are one of the fascinating marsupials in the world, and a huge part of this is because of their pouch where they carry their little ones, also referred to as “joeys.” Other animals have pouches, too, though, such as the koala, wombat, wallaby, and opossum. But in this post, we will talk about a kangaroo’s pouch. Kangaroos have a special pouch called “marsupium” that they use to carry their babies due to their tiny size when born. In fact, the joeys are so tiny that the ...read more

Curious kids: why do sloths go slow?

Jan 6, 2023

Shelby A. Ryan, University of Newcastle y Ryan R. Witt, University of Newcastle Why do sloths go slow? Nina, Sydney, aged 5 You’re right, sloths do move very slowly! Sloths live in tropical forests in South and Central America, and they actually move so slowly that algae grows on their fur. This can give sloths a green colour that helps them hide in the forest from predators like nocturnal cats and harpy eagles. This is very lucky, because some sloths often move less than 40 me ...read more

WATCH: Jhye Richardson Bowling With Torn Shoe

Jan 6, 2023

Returning to the Australian Test side, it was a brilliant comeback for pacer Jhye Richardson who bowled 3 maidens on the trot in the 1st innings of the 2nd Test at Ashes 2021/22. It was the third Test of his career and at the time of writing this (England 157/4), Richardson may have still been wicketless but he hit the headlines anyway… Firstly, he was in the news yesterday when he came out to bat and tried to launch his first ball for six. He got 3 runs from it but he didn’t miss out o ...read more

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