It seems that the physicists at Switzerland-based Cern, who last year announced that they had observed sub-atomic particles, or neutrinos, thus breaking the speed of light for the first time, may have to go back to the drawing board, after they discovered that the results of the experiment may have been the result of an error . . . → Read More: Scientists may not have beaten the speed of light after all
When the news first broke last December that a well known designer brand was selling a special edition bottle of their signature perfume for $1m, the majority of us completely dismissed it. Despite a massive publicity campaign, those who were having to count every penny to be able to buy a few presents, or had just . . . → Read More: $1m bottle of perfume
The X-Factor USA has enjoyed a fairly successful voyage across the Atlantic, as the first season comes to a close, although Simon Cowell, the mastermind behind the franchise, is still looking for the right combination of the judging panel and the right presence in front of the camera.
British host Steve Jones has already been ditched ahead . . . → Read More: Big changes set for next series of X-Factor USA
Recently, senior staff members at the Sun newspaper have been arrested after there were allegations of corrupt payments being made by them.
It is expected that Rupert Murdoch is going to arrive in the country to deal with the investigations into the bribes. The police are expecting to find that bribes have been being paid by the . . . → Read More: Rupert Murdoch heads for the UK amidst allegations of bribery
The Parliamentary Defence Committee in the UK has recently warned that is unlikely to be able to continue with intervention operations, such as that that took place in Libya, if the nearly £40 billion defence budget is going to be cut further.
The recent operations that took place in Libya have also raised concerns about the location . . . → Read More: British forces will stop jumping into conflicts