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    THERE are 'mysterious blobs' deep within Earth and scientists have just had a proper look at one for the first time ever. That's according to a new study published in Nature Communications, which discusses a 'blob' that's 1,864 miles from Earth's surface. 1Earth's core remains a bit of a mystery as some parts are too deep to study properlyCredit: Getty The features within Earth's core remain a bit of mystery because they're so deep down they're hard to study. Scientists use a range of tools to try and image the areas below the surface but they've produced pretty grainy results until now. Recent research focused on a rather circular underground pocket called an ultra-low velocity zone. It is located beneath Hawaii. Geophysicist Zhi Li, from the University of Cambridge, said: "Of all Earth's deep interior features, these are the most fascinating and complex. Read more on weird scienceUNSAFE SEX The space sex problems that could stop Elon Musk colonizing Mars with new babiesSOLAR SHAKE Nasa reveals clip of 'sunquake' as extreme solar activity baffles scientists "We've now got the first solid...
    The deep ocean could warm by a further 0.36°F (0.2°C) in the next 50 years, as it continues to absorb the vast majority of 'excess heat' created by humans, a new study warns. Oceans have already absorbed about 90 per cent of the warming caused by humans since the Industrial Revolution began.  Much of this heat is stored in the 'deep ocean' – defined as water more than 2,300ft (700m) below the surface. The resulting underwater temperature increase could cause sea levels to rise and have devastating consequences for ecosystems, the researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Brest warn. Deep-sea plants and animals which depend on oxygen may no longer be able to survive, and the change will also affect the sea's currents and chemistry. Much of the 'excess heat' stored in the subtropical North Atlantic is in the deep ocean, below 2,300ft, new research suggests.  Extreme storms could help PROTECT beaches from sea level rise  Extreme storms could help protect beaches from sea level rise by bringing in new sand from deeper waters, a new study claims....
    A TATTOO artist has gone viral after revealing her rather unusual inking technique which some thought was not hygienic. While some get inkings purely for aesthetic reasons, others look for a more deep meaning behind it - and one tattoo whizz, from California, the US, has claimed her method helps the clients achieve that. 3Although some loved the idea, not everyone was sold on itCredit: Instagram 3Many were concerned about the hygiene aspect of mixing ashes with inkCredit: Instagram Taking it to Instagram, the artist who goes by the username Steel Honey, revealed that for that extra special touch she uses ashes of beloved ones who've, unfortunately, passed away. In a clip, which has since taken the internet by storm, Steel Honey demonstrated how she puts a small dab of ashes into a pot full of black ink. She then used a tattoo pen to go over the stencil on the client's forearm. It appeared that the person at her salon had lost a pet, as the small inking revealed two puppy ears alongside the name Frankie in a cute...
    IF THERE'S one thing green-fingered gardeners like to boast about, it's their lawn. So it's important to make sure yours is lush and lively all through the warm summer days. 1Gardening whizz Alan Titchmarsh shared his tips for getting a gorgeous lawnCredit: ITV Celeb gardener Alan Titchmarsh shared his tips for preventing your lawn from drying out and it's all in what you do to the ground before the seeds are sewn. The former Ground Force presenter shared exactly how he prepares the ground in a short video for Waitrose & Partners. Alan explained that a "jolly good" lawn doesn't have to be expensive but, whether you're starting yours from turf or seeds, it's all in the prep. He said: “Preparation of the earth for either seeding or turfing is exactly the same. Read more on gardensBUGS BEGONE I'm a gardening expert & there's easy ways to protect your plants from pests “Fork it over and take out any big rocks and stones and any thick, deep-rooted perennial weeds. “The roots of grass don’t go very deep, perhaps only...
    The moon may have been siphoning water from Earth's atmosphere for billions of years, storing it up as ice deep inside craters, a new study has found. Research by the University of Alaska Fairbanks suggests that ions making up water are pulled in by the moon as it passes through part of Earth's magnetosphere. This adds to other suspected methods, including bombardment from asteroids 3.5 billion years ago, and solar wind delivering oxygen and hydrogen ions.  The team estimate there are up to 840 cubic miles of surface permafrost or subsurface liquid water on the moon that escaped from Earth's atmosphere - enough to fill North America's Lake Huron - the eighth largest lake on the planet.  The work, by lead author, professor Gunther Kletetschka, adds to a growing body of research about water at the moon's north and south poles, prime targets for a base. The moon may have been siphoning water from Earth's atmosphere for billions of years, storing it up as ice deep inside craters, a new study has found Finding water is key to NASA's Artemis project, the...
    THOSE with gardens know how frustrating pesky weeds can be - no matter how many methods you try nothing seems to get rid of them. Luckily, for those struggling with these unwelcome tenants in your green space, a gardening guru has revealed an easy trick that will banish them - and not only is it effective but also costs absolutely nothing. 1A gardening whizz explained what the most effective method for removing weeds isCredit: Getty Speaking to The Express, William Mitchel of Sutton Manor Nursery shared what fellow gardening fans can do to remove stubborn weeds for good. According to the whizz, the best thing you can do is simply “pull them out or dig them up”. "The cheapest way to get rid of weeds is to simply pull them out or dig them up. This will come at zero cost and is surprisingly effective,'' he said. In most cases, the weed will not grow back once removed. read more gardening storiesGREEN FINGERS I'm a gardening expert and NEVER mow my lawn - my approach is more rewardingGREEN LIGHT I'm a gardening...
    MICHAEL Jackson fans have been left confused over the star’s apparent "deep voice" in a now viral video. The clip shows as the megastar - famed for his high pitch - appears to adjust his vocals as he speaks at an award ceremony. 2Michael appears to adjust his vocals as he speaks at an award ceremonyCredit: Twitter 2Jackson died in 2009 aged 50Credit: Getty - Contributor In the video, Jackson says in a deep voice: "Um." He then appears to hold his throat before carrying in a higher pitch, telling the crowd: "Can you hear me?" The video - which some have suggested the clip is fake - has shocked fans online. One said: "Michael Jackson was really out here w a fake voice the whole time. I cannot believe.” READ MORE SUN STORIESMAN IN THE MIRROR MJ’s son Prince looks 'so grown up' in rare photos with his girlfriendBAND AID Get to know Michael Jackson's 'Dirty Diana' Others shared similar clips from his concerts in an effort to prove the deep voice was real, writing:...
    Gett Tony Dow and Jerry Mathers at an awards show. The biggest common denominator between two classic television franchises is celebrating a birthday on April 13, 2022. He is the link between “Star Trek” and “Leave It to Beaver.” And it’s none other than “Leave It to Beaver” star Tony Dow, who turns 77 years old. Dow, from 1957 to 1963, played Wally Cleaver, the eldest child of June (Barbara Billingsley) and Ward Cleaver (Hugh Beaumont), and the younger brother of Theodore “Beaver” Cleaver (Jerry Mathers). Decades later, from 1983 to 1989, he co-starred alongside Billingsley and Mathers on a popular reboot, “Still the Beaver,” which was also known as “The New Leave It to Beaver.” According to the Internet Movie Database, Dow made his directing debut with a 1988 episode of “The New Leave It to Beaver,” and went on to direct four more episodes of that show, as well as episodes of “The New Lassie,” “Get a Life,” “Harry and the Hendersons,” “Coach,” “Babylon 5,” “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show,” “Crusade,” “Cover Me:...
    A HUGE arc of electrified gas has burst from the Sun, spewing out solar radiation that's heading straight for Earth. The solar filament – a curve of plasma in the star's atmosphere – is at least 12,400 miles (20,000 km) deep and 10 times as long. 2A solar filament caught by Nasa telescopes on Sunday led to the eruption of radiation that could trigger showings of the Northern LightsCredit: Nasa SDO According to SpaceWeather.com, which tracks the Sun's activity, fragments emerging from the blast site are coming this way. They're known as Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) and are expected to arrive on Wednesday. Once they reach Earth, they will trigger what is known as a geomagnetic storm – a largely harmless disturbance of the magnetic field. At the extreme end of the spectrum, geomagnetic storms can disrupt satellites and even briefly knock out power grids. Read more about space weatherSTAR POWER Nasa reveals dramatic moment powerful solar flare erupted from the Sun this weekFIRE AND FURY Largest solar eruption EVER caught on camera revealed However, smaller storms like those expected...
    THIS is the dramatic moment two fishermen caught a monster shark - but the pair were shocked once they reeled it in. Aussies Shaun Whale and Sammy Hitzke fought with the beast for 4.5 hours - before discovering their shark had been eaten by another shark. 5Shaun Whale and Sammy Hitzke caught a thresher sharkCredit: YouTube 5But they realised something was wrong when they pulled it outCredit: YouTube 5It had been eaten by another sea creatureCredit: YouTube The master deep-water fishermen had hooked up a swordfish as bait and immediately got a bite at 1640ft deep. The men immediately realised they had a shark on their hands - and prepared themself for a long-haul fight. For nearly five hours the pair fought the beast as it used everything in its mite to escape their hook. But as they eventually managed to pull the shark up towards the boat, they noticed something was wrong. In a video, posted on Sammy’s YouTube, he is heard saying: “There he is. It’s big and long.  Most read in US NewsSUSPECT BOOKED Rapper arrested over...
    POST-WINTER lawns never look too good. The grass is just starting to come back to life, but it’s still browning and brittle. 3A lawn expert shared his tip for getting picture-perfect grassCredit: TikTok 3It only involves three productsCredit: TikTok A lawn care expert who goes by @lawn.mp3 on TikTok has gained a following of over 200k users thanks to their videos that offer useful garden tips. The account recently posted a video that revealed a three step, cheap way to keep your lawn full, bright, and luscious in the coming months. The formula will lead to a “‘sheeeeesh’ worthy” lawn, the expert claimed. All you need to do is purchase a $12 bottle of liquid fertilizer, a $12 bottle of liquid kelp, and a $9 spray bottle. READ MORE HOME HACKSDON'T KNOCK IT I made my sliding doors look expensive & it’s thanks to electrical tapeDI-WOW Thrifty woman shares clever hack to make stunning vase out of fabric softener bottle Combine 90 ml of the fertilizer with 100 ml of the kelp into the spray bottle and fill it to...
    I love the feeling of waking up after a really good night’s sleep. I just wish it happened more often. For years I’ve struggled with insomnia, waking up in the middle of the night, and then finding it hard to get back to sleep. And I’m not alone.  We’re in the grip of a sleep crisis, with one in three reporting they often have trouble with their sleep and around a half saying their sleep became worse during the pandemic, reports King’s College London. I’ve been investigating this in a new documentary for the BBC, looking at why so many of us are seeking help, as well as at the scientific breakthroughs getting us closer than ever to understanding how to get a better night’s sleep. For years I’ve struggled with insomnia, waking up in the middle of the night, and then finding it hard to get back to sleep. And I’m not alone As part of my investigations, I worked with researchers from the University of Oxford to create what turned out to be the largest online census of...
    PARENTING can certainly keep you on your toes. While filming a live makeup tutorial, mother and makeup enthusiast Emily Feret was caught off guard when her daughter Hannah dropped an expensive pressed powder in the background. 4Feret's daughter spilled an expensive beauty product on liveCredit: TikTok/@emilyjeanne333 4Feret acknowledged that her daughter didn't spill her makeup on purposeCredit: TikTok/@emilyjeanne333 "No no no no!" she exclaimed as the disaster took place. In her video, Ferret acknowledged her daughter's innocent intentions: "She shouldn't have grabbed my makeup out of the bag but I know she didn't spill it on purpose." Her response to the incident was one of restraint and clear disappointment as she calmly but sternly told her daughter to walk away for a couple of minutes, and to let her "have some space." As Feret held back tears, she tried to recompose herself and stated: "Can you please go sit in the playroom for a minute, so I can take some deep breaths and calm down." Read more parenting storiesBUSY MAMA I'm 24 and have 22 young babies – people say...
    As the 2022 Women’s NCAA Tournament kicks off, the Stanford Cardinal will be looking prove last year’s title wasn’t a fluke. The Stanford Cardinal steamrolled their way through the Pac-12 this season, building on the momentum from last year’s championship run. There a slew of worthy contenders in this year’s tournament field but Stanford knows how to win and have returned most of the roster who got it done last season.Stanford women’s basketball:1 player to watch — Haley JonesStanford features a deep and experienced roster with plenty of weapons but Haley Jones is the engine that makes them go. The 6-foot-1, junior guard averaged 13.1 points, 7.9 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game, shooting 42.5 percent from the field and 82.7 percent from the free-throw line. She’s not much of an outside shooter but she’s physical, tough in the open court and can get into the teeth of the defense and make things happen. Jones was named MVP of the Pac-12 Tournament after scoring 19 points in Stanford’s finals win over the Utah Utes and she dropped 17 in...
    Johann Hari, longtime journalist and author of the book "Stolen Focus: Why You Can't Pay Attention and How To Think Deeply Again" Johann Hari joined "Tucker Carlson Today" to discuss America’s dwindling attention span, the importance of being able to think in-depth, and how to retrain the mind to focus. The native of England explained to Carlson how he grew up in a working-class family and what propelled him into his writing career. "So I was very lucky I was from a working-class family," he said. "My dad's a bus driver. My mother worked in shelters for survivors of domestic violence. And I was really lucky I got to go to Cambridge University. I studied social sciences, and essentially, the only thing I can do is write. So it wasn't much of a choice. I was like, I could write or starve on the street. So I chose to write."  Hari explained he had been a newspaper columnist for several years before he started writing books. LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 20:  Alison Lundergan Grimes (L) and Johann Hari...
    An out-of-control SpaceX rocket has been caught on camera tumbling towards the moon ahead of its impact with the lunar surface next month. The spent Falcon 9 booster has been floating around in a somewhat chaotic orbit ever since Elon Musk's company launched a space weather satellite on a million-mile trek seven years ago. It is expected to smash into the moon and explode on March 4 — in what will be the first known uncontrolled rocket collision with Earth's only natural satellite — but astronomers say the effects will be minor.  The rocket was launched in 2015 but after completing its mission to blast the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) to a sun-Earth LaGrange point, it did not have enough fuel to return to Earth and instead remained in space. For the past seven years the booster has been pulled by different gravitational forces of the Earth, moon and sun, making its path somewhat 'chaotic', before it was revealed last month that it is set to hit the moon at the beginning of March.  Good spot: An out-of-control SpaceX rocket...
    CHICAGO (CBS) —  It is a list no community wants to be at the top of. It’s about the number of children shot in Chicago. And now leaders in the worst affected neighborhood are reacting to data uncovered by CBS 2. One group deeply affected by the problem spoke to CBS 2’s Steven Graves. READ MORE: Protesters Rally In Loop, Demanding Federal Civil Rights Charges Against Former CPD Officer Jason Van Dyke In Death Of Laquan McDonald“It gets me emotional just thinking about it.” And paintings around Asisha Butler’s office show you why. Ones of hopeful children and another of kids with angel wings. “It breaks your spirit. Just to know someone’s future was taken.” As co-founder of community group R.A.G.E. – Resident Association of Greater Englewood, Butler has worked boots on the ground for many years with youth. And last year was tough. CBS 2 found Englewood lead Chicago in the number of children shot. Out of 276 victims citywide, 35 youth 16 and under were hit or killed by a bullet. Most were teenagers. And the trauma becoming...
    WHAT started out as an effective contraceptive for Danielle Jarret, turned into something of a nightmare.  The 24-year-old was left paralysed and lost the use of her left arm after her implant got stuck so deep the doctors couldn’t get it out.  6Danielle Jarret was left with a paralysed right arm due to the contraceptive implantCredit: The Sun 6Doctors have told Danielle that it's likely she'll only even gain up to 80 per cent use of her armCredit: The Sun Danielle got the tiny plastic rod, called nexplanon, put in her arm three years ago and didn’t experience any problems until she went to get it replaced.  But when her GP couldn't remove the 4cm implant, she was sent to a nurse at a sexual health clinic in Greenwich - who also couldn't get to it. She was then referred to have a two-hour operation at St Thomas’ Hospital, London under regional anaesthesia which saw surgeons abandon their efforts to get it out as it sank so deep.  Danielle, of Dartford, Kent says: "Everything is a real struggle. “It’s ruined...
    WOJCIECH SZCZESNY has fired a warning shot at cocky Juventus team-mates as the Serie A giants battle for a top-four spot. The Poland international kept a clean sheet as Juve ran out 2-0 winners over relegation-threatened Cagliari. But the 31-year-old was unimpressed by a lack of effort after his side went 1-0 up in Turin. 1Wojciech Szczesny kept a clean sheet Juventus' 2-0 win over CagliariCredit: Getty He told broadcaster DAZN: “We worked hard, but I think there's a lot we need to improve still, both in defence and upfront. “Sometimes at 1-0 we relax and sit a bit too deep, but that's not good in the long run, we play arrogantly in those situations and I don't like it. “It happened many times, including in Venezia when we conceded. “We sit too deep in the second half, we can't keep lowering the level of intensity for 10-15 minutes every time. “It went alright today, but we dropped two points against Venezia, so we can't keep doing that.' Juve are clinging on to hopes of qualifying for next season’s Champions...