The middle east is getting a wave of protesting, after seeing neighboring countries being successful at that. Now, Libya, are pushing through the iron hand of Muammar al-Qaddafi. The Libyan government has blocked access to Facebook in the capital of Tripoli, and have sporadically shut down the access to the internet entirely.
Update: The internet is back up:
According to Renesys, “Two-thirds of Libyan routes came back to life at 6:01 UTC [1:01 a.m. Eastern], and the remainder were restored nine minutes later … and Libya is back on the Internet.”
After some decades-long quest to prove Einstein's theory, MIT and Caltech's LIGO Laboratories have detected gravitational waves from two black holes colliding with each other. If that's too much science for you to comprehend, here's checking out a couple of videos that will explain its significance to you. Read more
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That's right! Scientists in the U.K. have received the green light from the office of the fertility regulator to modify human embryos using existing tools and methods. This is the first time in the world that a country has given the o.k. for human genetic alteration of embryos. Read more