However, researchers have now discovered this may not be the whole picture. According to a recently published paper in the journal Obesity Research & Clinical Practice , data on tens of thousands of people showed that in the past 10 years the same amount of diet and psychical exercise did not lead to the same results they did twenty years ago.
Researchers captured the footage of the first instance of biofluorescence in a reptile while observing the behavior of other glowing species. In a video released by National Geographic on September 28, Gruber said the sea turtle looked like a "bright red and green spaceship".
A semi-truck overturned Tuesday south of Oklahoma City, and its spill really stung. At one point, the bees swarmed several emergency vehicles. "Bees are loose along the interstate", the Oklahoma Highway Patrol wrote on Twitter . The fire department arrived soon after and used water to remove the bees, Mr Zink escaping with just a single bee sting. Officials involved in the cleanup were told that bees get more aggressive at night, KOCO added, so as the sky darkened, they had to make ...
And that resulted in a tweet at 2:317 pm PST that read "Fire Charlie". Everyone in Texas is thinking it , and the Rangers' Twitter account just tweeted it. Surprisingly, it wasn't the only (or even the worst) Texas football-related social media mess-up of the afternoon. "The Rangers sincerely regret this incident and have taken the appropriate measures to make certain it does not occur in the future".
According to Fox News, the Chicago Botanic Garden is home to the rare phenomenon of a corpse flower, a unique plant that is causing a major stink in the Windy City. The Chicago Botanic Garden credits "a combination of dimethyl trisulfide, isovaleric acid, dimethyl disulfide, benzyl alcohol, indole, and trimethylamine".
It was not actually Alice but a larger corpse flower named Spike that the botanical garden expected to bloom. Visitors who came to visit were thrilled to see the flower and get a whiff of its smell. The horrendous stink attracts pollinators that help it reproduce. The Chicago Botanic Garden will stay open until 2 a.m. for "peak bloom viewing" the website explained.