Thai cave rescue: Divers prepare for phase 3
So far, the divers extracted 8 boys from the cave and today, the high-risk rescue operation is underway to bring the remaining four boys and their coach, who were trapped in the vast flooded cave in Thailand.
Rescuers have been taking the strongest boys out first.
Two divers were assigned to each child to help them navigate the dangerous, narrow passageways.
The boys, ages 11-16, and their 25-year-old coach became stranded when they went exploring inside after a practice game. Monsoon flooding blocked off their escape and prevented rescuers from finding them for almost 10 days.
Scientists found a bird that's 3 species in one
To all those who are extremely obsessed with the Mandarin Duck in New York, here comes a rare bird that's catching everyone's attention. A striking yellow, black and white bird...
Yuri Milner helps NASA to hunt the Aliens
Despite several kinds of research and tales of sighting the UFOs and strange creatures, the existence of Aliens still remains an unresolved mystery. While the researches are still going on,
Antibiotic resistance will kill millions of people by 2050
A report has warned that millions of people will die of antibiotic resistant infections in the next three decades. It stated that by 2050, bacterial infections too strong to be...
Google vows to end the booze culture
Google's CEO Sundar Pichai came up with new rules at Google as a plan to stamp out a culture of sexual harassment at the organization. In a response to an...
This video of tiny robots swimming through an eyeball will amaze you
A video surfaced in which devices called micropropellors which are 200 times smaller than the width of a human hair and use spiral tails to spin through the eye's jelly,...
Women taking over the world of brewing
Just like Wine, Beer too has a long and old history. Beer is the oldest recorded recipe in the world. The beer which most of the alcohol lovers consume has...