Yup, the total number of tarantula species now sits at 1041.
Scientists recently discovered this new arachnid with a vibrant electric blue color.
It’s official title is Chilobrachys Natanicharum, and it’s the first tarantula ever identified in Thailand's mangroves.
The tarantula belongs to the Thrigmopoeus family, and its striking blue hue sets it apart from it’s surrounding, especially due to the fact that blue is one of the rarest colours found in nature.
Imagine stumbling upon this beauty in the wild! Or in your bed!
Yup, that viral black hole pic from 2019 is back with a plot twist—literally.
Astronomers recently dug through two decades of telescope data and found that the famous black hole is spinning on its axis. Every 11 years M87 was seen to have a periodic shift in its axis, a discovery that shocked scientists.
The supermassive black hole, situated 55 million light years from Earth, and has now been identified as the first celestial entity of its kind to exhibit rotational motion.
Coauthor Kazuhiro Hada of the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan confirmed the discovery by simply saying, "This monster black hole is indeed spinning," confirming a long-standing inquiry within scientific circles.
Yup, the clone wars have begun, but this time it’s with podcasters.
Spotify is embracing cutting-edge technology with OpenAI's assistance to enhance podcast accessibility. The collaboration aims to implement translation and voice replication features, so you can listen to Joe Rogan in any language you want!
By leveraging OpenAI's advanced capabilities, Spotify seeks to break language barriers and offer a more inclusive platform for global audiences.
This strategic move not only signifies technological innovation but also underscores the industry's commitment to fostering a diverse and interconnected community of podcast listeners.
LG Briefcase TV. LG released a portable 27” TV that folds up into a briefcase for east portability.