Science & Technology

Sellafield using stolen Pope blood to make super-villain

THE Sellafield nuclear plant has been closed so the reactor can be used to make a super-villain out of stolen Pope blood.

Short men really are inferior, say tall scientists

TALL researchers have concluded that short men are inferior in every possible way.

Mesolithic hunter was first hot man

FEMALE scientists have unearthed a swarthy, blue-eyed Mesolithic hunter they believe was the first hot man.

Broadband providers push 'slow internet' movement

SLOW internet speeds promote mindfulness and a love of nature, according to leading broadband companies.

Man who invested in Bitcoins almost able to explain what they are

A MAN who spent more than £50,000 on Bitcoins has embarked on a fresh attempt to explain them.

Narcissists finally get to have sex with themselves

A SEX app for Google Glass is being hailed as a revolution in narcissism.

We fly in a ‘V’ because it looks brilliant, say birds

BIRDS have revealed they fly in a V-formation because it looks ‘classy’.

Samsung unveils drug-inspired products

SAMSUNG has unveiled a bendable TV inspired by hallucinogens.