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5 months ago
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Creepy video reveals just how easy it is to hack into a train TOILET

A software engineer has managed to disrupt the computerised locking system of a British Rail Class 800 train.

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5 months ago
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How does Elon Musk's Neuralink brain chip work? A step-by-step guide to the controversial technol...

After gaining approval for human experiments, the firm has now put its first Neuralink device, called 'Telepathy', in...

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5 months ago
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Listen to the original Top of the Pops! Scientists reveal the chart-toppers of 17th century Brita...

Academics have ranked 120 popular songs from the Elizabethan and Stuart eras - and they're somewhat more risqué than ...

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5 months ago
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The 118 new emoji coming to your iPhone in iOS 17.4 - including a lime, a shaking head and four...

The new emoji coming to your iPhone this year have been revealed. Among them are a lime, a phoenix, a broken metal ch...

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5 months ago
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Would YOU try it? MailOnline tastes roasted grey squirrel - as experts call for Britons to eat th...

Experts are encouraging restaurants to serve up 'nutritious' grey squirrel meat - but what does it even taste like? M...

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5 months ago
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'Event of the decade': Total Solar Eclipse will block out the sun for over 30 million people this...

It will mark the first total solar eclipse visible anywhere in the world since December 2021, and the first seen from...

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5 months ago
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Forget sleepwalking! Study reveals the most bizarre activities people carry out while asleep -...

A new study has compiled 10 different 'parasomnias' - the various sleep disorders that consist of 'undesirable physic...

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5 months ago
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Should animals be allowed to VOTE? Radical study claims critters should have a say on laws - but...

Ioan-Radu Motoarcă, a professor in the philosophy department at Rowan University in New Jersey, thinks animals should...

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5 months ago
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Northern Lights will be visible as far south as NEWCASTLE tonight as a huge solar storm strikes...

The Met Office says people in Scotland, northern England and Northern Ireland will be able to see the aurora with the...

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5 months ago
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Forget superyachts! World's first super SUB features a swimming pool, wine cellar, and cinema and...

Migaloo M5 can hold 20 passengers and 40 crew members and dive to a depth of 820 feet (250 metres) - just over half t...

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5 months ago
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I'm an expert on Ancient Rome - here's how the BBC's Gladiators TV show compares to the REAL...

Dr Andrew Sillett, a classics lecturer at the University of Oxford, reveals how the iconic show compares to the bruta...

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5 months ago
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We knead one! Domino's develops a futuristic 'Heat Suit' using its pizza delivery bag technology ...

The bizarre outfit keeps you warm while you eat your pizza - and even lets you scroll your smartphone without getting...

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5 months ago
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Mars has two miles of WATER buried at its equator - and scientists say it could support the first...

The water is frozen as ice in a layer measuring over two miles (3.7km) thick, according to new data from the Mars Exp...

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5 months ago
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Is humanity doomed? Doomsday Clock will be updated next WEEK to determine our fate - as the...

Here's everything you need to know about the Doomsday Clock before it's updated next week.

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5 months ago
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Long lost continent is FOUND off the coast of Australia: Landmass nearly twice the size of the UK...

Scientists have found evidence of a lost continent off Australia's northern coast that was home to half a million peo...

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5 months ago
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Chinese scientists successfully clone a rhesus MONKEY for the first time - but experts say using ...

Experts in Beijing used somatic cells from a rhesus monkey to create the genetically identical copy (pictured), which...

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5 months ago
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'Son of Concorde' is finally unveiled: NASA pulls back the curtain on its 100-foot, $247million...

Dubbed 'son of Concorde', the agency's new 100-foot-long plane called X-59 is capable of cruising at 937 miles per ho...

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5 months ago
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Doomed $108million NASA-backed Peregrine One lander is now hurtling towards Earth after failing t...

Instead of landing on the moon, the box-shaped Peregrine One lander is expected to burn up in Earth's atmosphere on T...

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5 months ago
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Battle of the Somme BLUNDER, revealed: How the British accidentally gave the Germans a 10-minute...

For the first time, scientists have studied Hawthorn Ridge, a fortified German front-line position in World War One n...

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5 months ago
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Instagram tightens its teen policy: Meta-owned app will now automatically hide content related to...

Anyone aged between 13 to 17 will automatically get the block on 'age-inappropriate content' and won't be able to tur...

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5 months ago
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Getting older does NOT make you wiser, scientists claim

Whether it's Gandalf in Lord of the Rings or Dumbledore in Harry Potter, old characters are usually the wisest - but ...

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5 months ago
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How English is YOUR hometown? Scientists reveal the place names that are the most 'archetypically...

'Harlington', a district of London, is the most archetypal English place name, while 'Anna', a settlement in Hampshir...

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5 months ago
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I tasted the 'world's smelliest cheese' dubbed The Minger - and it's delicious (despite being...

MailOnline got its hands on The Minger, the new creation from Scotland that even cheesemakers are scared to try.

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5 months ago
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Google has turned off cookies for MILLIONS of people - how to tell if you're one of them

The tech giant has randomly selected one per cent of Chrome users globally - about 30 million people - to be the firs...

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5 months ago
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See Neptune and Uranus in their TRUE colours: Incredible new photos reveal the planets are the sa...

A new University of Oxford-led study finally reveals what the two ice giants really look like - and they're far close...

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5 months ago
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The beginning of the end for the iPhone? As Apple shares slump 4% after 'lacklustre' iPhone 15...

Apple investors have been advised to sell shares following months of 'weak' sales. MailOnline spoke to experts to fin...

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6 months ago
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Mysterious Anglo-Saxon object 'made by someone with a real eye for loveliness' is discovered in...

The ornate silver item, measuring just 0.7 inch (19.4mm) in diameter, was found by a metal detectorist near Langham, ...

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6 months ago
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A 'rare insight' into Alan Turing's mind: Unpublished papers sell at auction for £381,400 -...

'Exceptionally rare' papers detailing Alan Turing's 'Delilah Project' of the early 1940s have been sold for £381,400.

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6 months ago
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Elsa, is that you? NASA shares a stunning photo of an 'ice halo' around the sun - and it looks ju...

The star of Disney's film Frozen looks like she's been working her magic over a remote spot in southern Germany.

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6 months ago
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Jeff Bezos's Blue Origin headed back into space after...

Blue Origin was forced to scrub the launch of its New Shepard rocket on Monday due to a ground issue. The Jeff Bezos-...

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6 months ago
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Man spots a 'UFO' from his balcony in Chicago resembling an alien FACE - and experts are baffled

The stunning shot shows a spooky object that was changing colour while stationary in the night's sky.

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6 months ago
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Google will turn off cookies for MILLIONS of people on January 4 - here's what it means for you

Google is set to roll out a feature called Tracking Protection on January 4 to just 1 per cent of Chrome users global...

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6 months ago
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Saturn's moon could harbour ALIEN life: Scientists discover organic molecules in Enceladus' plume...

Organic molecules in the moon's plumes that could be supporting 'communities' of tiny microbes there, report scientis...

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6 months ago
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Metro Bank is down leaving thousands of customers without access to their accounts as online...

According to Down Detector, the problems started at around 10:15 GMT, and are affecting users across the UK.

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6 months ago
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The TRUE scale of the world's biggest iceberg: Enormous 'megaberg' that broke free last month is...

New satellite data from the European Space Agency reveals more about A23a, the largest iceberg in the world.

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6 months ago
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One of the brightest stars in the night sky will DISAPPEAR for 7 seconds tonight - how to see the...

Stargazers will have a have a 'once-in-a-lifetime' chance to see the rare event - but if you blink you really could m...

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6 months ago
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'Tis the season to brie VEGAN? MailOnline tests plant-based Christmas cheeses - so, do they stack...

In case you're looking for more eco-friendly options for your festive cheese board, MailOnline has tried out three pr...

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6 months ago
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Revealed: The top YouTube videos of 2023 - from Rihanna's Super Bowl Halftime Show to Adele's fin...

YouTube data reveals the most-watched videos in the UK this year, which includes Dele's interview with Gary Neville a...

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6 months ago
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Last decade hottest on record, says World...

It's official - last decade was the hottest on record, reports the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).

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