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Plumbers and nurses will be last to lose jobs to robots

Robots will soon take over all jobs done by humans, AI expert claims However jobs that require dexterity and empathy are safe  for not Plumbers, electricians and nurses will keep their jobs the longest By Sara Malm For Mailonline All human jobs will be replaced by robots in the future,Read More

Scientist claims alcohol will disappear in a GENERATION

Professor David Nutt of Imperial College says alcosynth will be the new booze The alternative has the same effects but doesn’t damage your health, it’s said But you can’t get as drunk on the synthetic liquor as you can with real booze By Imogen Blake For Mailonline Savour your favourite tippleRead More

Sydney tradesman finds giant spider crawling on his arm

A tradesman was pumping concrete on a property in Sydney on Wednesday   He felt the spider, believed to be an Australian tarantula, crawl up his arm He managed to calmly pick the spider up off his shoulder and take a photo of it By Peter Devlin For Daily Mail Australia ARead More

Face of a Scottish soldier who died in 1650 is revealed

The images were created using the skull of a skeleton that was discovered in Durham in 2013 Scans revealed a previously unidentified facial scar on the soldier that has been included in the final image The soldier is depicted wearing a blue bonnet, brown jacket and shirt typical of ScottishRead More

Ceres’ bright spots could be sign of geologic activity

Scientists say the bright spots on dwarf planet Ceres can be divided into four different categories While Ceres was thought to be a ‘dead world,’ they say the spots indicate it may still be evolving Since the first spots were detected in 2015, the Dawn spacecraft has spotted more thanRead More

Climate change could cause wind power to FLIP hemispheres

 Predicts wind resources in the next century may decrease in Northerns regions  Set to sharply increase in several hotspot regions down south By Mark Prigg For Climate change will soon cause global wind power to flip hemispheres, researchers have claimed. The new study predicts wind resources in the next centuryRead More

Sonic booms have been heard across Texas

The latest strange sonic ‘booms’ have been heard in Texas this week Fort Hood military base confirmed the sounds were from the military base The booms were part of exercises using artillery and mortar fire, officials claim Live-fire exercises and B-1 ‘Lancer’ bombers are believed to be responsible Other boomsRead More

Parents who praise their children too easily are panned

Anthropologist David Lancy has warned praising too much wrecks development It can leave children only ‘patchily employed’ and reliant on their parents in 20s He said there is a worrying trend of ‘raising each child as special and unique’  By Sarah Harris for the Daily Mail Helicopter parents who put theirRead More

Anheuser-Busch reserves 40 Tesla electric semi-trucks

Elon Musk unveiled the Tesla Semi in November, with plans for 2019 production Budweiser maker Anheuser-Busch has reserved 40 of the all-electric trucks It was one of the largest publicly announced orders Tesla has received By Reuters Budweiser beer maker Anheuser-Busch has reserved 40 Tesla Inc all-electric Semi trucks asRead More

Social networking sites are controlling your mind

Comments made by Simon McCarthy-Jones from Trinity College Dublin He reveals how Facebook is exploiting a vulnerability in human psychology These include the fundamental need to belong and a desire for social status As a result, our brains treat information about ourselves like a reward Government legislation may be neededRead More