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Latest news from IBTimes - Science feed

  1. Piers Morgan Says White Girls Can Sing The 'N-Word,' Twitter Erupts

    09.21 / 22:44 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Piers Morgan published an article to the Daily Mail Thursday that argued white girls shouldn't be faulted for using the n-word. Morgan's article comes on the heels of a controversial viral video featuring white Alpha Phi sorority girls from the University of New Hampshire (UNH) light-heartedly singing the n-word in Kanye West's "Gold D…
  2. Joy-Anna Duggar Makes Jana Cry In ‘Counting On’ Sneak Peek [VIDEO]

    09.21 / 16:58 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Joy-Anna Duggar will continue her wedding planning on the next installment of “Counting On” and though it may be a happy affair, the outing will result in some serious tears. A sneak peek of Monday’s Season 3 installment of the TLC series (posted above) show Joy-Anna’s eldest sister and bridesmaid, Jana Duggar, breaking down after her sister tries on wedding gowns…
  3. Bose Announces Its Apple AirPods Competitor, The $249 SoundSport Free

    09.21 / 16:58 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Bose announced its first pair of wireless in-ear earphones called the SoundSport Free. The new pair of wireless earphones will be available sometime in early October and will sell for $249.95. “The SoundSport Free is the closest thing to what people have always wanted in a sport headphone – a technology-packed solution that’s stripped down to just two rugged earbuds that feel great, stay connected, stay in, and sound amazing,” Bose on-the-go products director Brian Maguire said…
  4. U.S. Military In South Korea Gets Fake Evacuation Notice

    09.21 / 16:58 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    U.S. Forces Korea received reports of an evacuation notice going around social media and was warned the message is fake, according to Stars and Stripes Thursday. “U.S. Forces Korea did NOT issue this message,” said the command to Stars and Stripes, and they warn people not to click on links from the message if they receive it via text or on see it on Facebook or other social media…
  5. Fossils Show Dinosaur Eggs Were Blue, Scientists Say

    09.21 / 16:58 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Scientists have found evidence that dinosaurs laid blue-green eggs, telling us something about the prehistoric creatures’ behavior and challenging what we know about how colored eggs e…
  6. What Is Botulism? Death Wish Coffee Recalls Nitro Over Deadly Toxin Concern

    09.21 / 16:58 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Turns out the world’s strongest coffee might kill you — but it’s not because of the caffeine. How’s this for irony: Death Wish Coffee recalled their cold brew cans Wednesday over concerns they contained potentially deadly toxins. Nitro Cold Brew canned coffees were removed from shelves over the risk they could cause botulism, which is a rare poisoning that comes from Clostridium botulinum bacteria. The company took to their website to issue a stateme…
  7. Bose QC35 II Wireless Headphones Officially Announced With Google Assistant

    09.21 / 15:58 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Bose has officially announced the QuietComfort 25 II or the QC35 II, its first wireless headphones with Google Assistant support. The Bose QC35 II still comes with all the features included with last year’s model, including the same sound quality and noise cancelling technology. “The QC35 is already the world’s most celebrated wireless headphone, and a survival tool for modern life,” Bose on-the-go products director Brian Maguire said. “We didn’t change anything that people already love – w…
  8. WATCH: Video Of Georgia Students Hitting Teacher Goes Viral

    09.21 / 15:58 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    A video of two students fighting and a teacher getting caught in the crosshairs has appeared online. The video shows two students getting into a physical altercation. The teacher who tries to break the fight up ends up getting slapped by the two…
  9. Video Of Sorority Girls Singing N-Word In Kanye West Song Causes Outrage

    09.21 / 15:58 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    A group of sorority girls at the University of New Hampshire were under investigation after a video of them singing the N-word during a Kanye West song surfaced online. The Facebook group All Eyes on UNH posted a video Thursday of Alpha Phi sorority sisters singing the racist epithet in the hit rap song “Gold Digger.” One of the girls had the video on her Instagram story, which is where the Facebook group acquired it…
  10. 'Young And The Restless' Spoilers: Lily And Cane Face New Martial Drama

    09.21 / 15:58 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Their attempt at reconnecting by attending couple's counseling failed to repair the problems in their marriage. Now, Lily and Cane will find themselves both dealing with the disappointment in different ways on the Thursday, Sept. 21 episode of "The Young and the…
  11. Hurricane Maria Aftermath In Puerto Rico Shown In Pictures And Video

    09.21 / 14:58 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Hurricane Maria ripped through Puerto Rico Wednesday as a Category 4 storm, bringing torrential rain and winds of up to 155 mph. The storm left the entirety of the island – some 3.4 million people – without power, a situation officials said could last for several months. Maria swept through the island as the first Category 4 storm the region had experienced in 85 years. The extent of the damage on the island was still being surveyed. A lack of electricity, collapsed cellphone towers and imp…
  12. Ric Flair Admits Being An Alcoholic Nearly Killed Him, Quits Drinking

    09.21 / 13:54 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Ric Flair’s recent medical scare has him making some major life changes. The wrestling legend and WWE Hall of Famer said he’s done drinking alcohol after nearly dying last month. A trip to the hospital after complaining of a stomachache saved Flair’s life. He was suffering from kidney failure, and congestive heart failure would have been next if he didn't seek medical attention. Flair, 68, blames his issues on a life of drinking alcohol.  …
  13. HPE's Spaceborne Computer Installed On ISS, Achieves 1 Teraflop Speed

    09.21 / 13:54 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    One month ago, the most powerful computer in space was launched. The computer has now recorded a speed in excess one teraflop, which is equivalent to a trillion floating point calculations per…
  14. Large Vegetarian Dinosaurs Ate Shelled Animals Too, Their Feces Suggests

    09.21 / 13:54 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    The largest dinosaurs that roamed the Earth before a mass extinction event caused by an asteroid strike wiped them out (and 75 percent of all life on the planet at the time) were all herbivores, that is, they were vegetarians. But that well-established fact is being challenged by a new finding: at least some of the largest herbivore dinosaurs also ate crustaceans, or shelled…
  15. Nokia 8 For US Market Will Have 6GB RAM, 128GB Storage

    09.21 / 12:55 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Last month, HMD Global officially revealed the Nokia 8, its first full-fledged Android flagship smartphone which is now available in select markets. The device hasn’t been released in the U.S. yet, but a recently spotted FCC filing hints at some upgraded s…
  16. When And How To Watch ‘Fuller House’ Season 3 On Netflix

    09.21 / 12:55 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    It’s been almost 10 months since fans got new episodes of “Fuller House,” otherwise known as Season 2, and since then, they’ve been clamoring for more. Luckily, that time is almost here and a brand new season of the “Full House” spinoff series will be premiering on Netflix on Friday. Well, half the season, at least…
  17. International Day Of Peace 2017: Ideas, Famous Quotes To Celebrate World Peace

    09.21 / 12:55 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    The world celebrates International Day of Peace on Sept. 21, a day when everyone comes together to observe a period of non-violence and ceasefire. The day was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 2001. Since then various organizations, dedicated to maintaining peace across the world, have celebrated the occasion by engaging in a number of activities. Here are a few ideas to celebrate world peace this year, as suggested by the U…
  18. WATCH: Man Wearing Gorilla Mask, Diaper Fakes Stealing Bananas From Walmart

    09.21 / 12:55 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    A man was cited for obstructing an officer after he was caught fleeing from a retail store after "stealing" a banana, while wearing a gorilla mask and a diaper as part of a prank. The man (who was not identified) entered a West Milwaukee Walmart store Tuesday in the get-up and spent a few minutes in the store before fleeing with the "loot," as part of the prank which was staged to get internet fame, a report said. The man's friend, Tony Kolstad, recorded and streamed the incident on Fac…
  19. Bernie Casey Facts: 'Revenge Of The Nerds' Actor Dead At 78

    09.21 / 07:08 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Bernie Casey, former NFL star-turned-actor known for his turn in movies like “Boxcar Bertha” and “Revenge of the Nerds,” died Tuesday in Los Angeles. He was 78. Casey died following a short illness, the details of which are yet to be announced, Deadline reported. However, his last few days in the hospital were spent with his loved ones…
  20. Who Was Magdiel Sanchez? Deaf Man Fatally Shot By Oklahoma City Police

    09.21 / 07:08 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    An Oklahoma City police officer fatally shot a man who approached them holding a metal pipe on Tuesday night despite neighbors pleading that he was deaf, according to…