Lancashire accent is dying out and could disappear ENTIRELY within ‘the next few generations’, study warns

Lancashire accent is dying out and could disappear ENTIRELY within ‘the next few generations’, study warns

There might not be long left to hear one of Britain’s most distinctive accents. Celebrities like Eric Morecambe, Jane Horrocks, and Jim Bowen made the Lancashire accent famous, but scientists say it is now disappearing.  The Lancashire accent is unique for its use of the ‘Arr’ sound in words like ‘car’ or ‘father’.  However, researchers … Read more

Are YOU a social media ‘voyeur’? People who browse but never like or comment are at risk of a serious mental health condition

Are YOU a social media ‘voyeur’? People who browse but never like or comment are at risk of a serious mental health condition

Never liking or commenting on social media is linked to anxiety disorder  Passive users are less tolerable of unfamiliar situations because of social anxiety  READ MORE:  Experts reveal dangers of oversharing your children online By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com Published: 20:29 GMT, 17 December 2023 | Updated: 14:09 GMT, 18 December 2023 Browsing through social media … Read more

Moms are being rejected for jobs and labeled a ‘liability’ by AI resume-screening programs used by 99% of companies, report suggests

Moms are being rejected for jobs and labeled a ‘liability’ by AI resume-screening programs used by 99% of companies, report suggests

A study found AI will reject resumes with maternity gaps listed The tech shared that the leave is not relevant to the job and is a liability READ MORE:  The nine replies that highlight ‘woke’ ChatGPT’s inherent bias By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com Published: 15:39 GMT, 15 December 2023 | Updated: 15:39 GMT, 15 December 2023 … Read more

Scientists tell DailyMail.com they are one step closer to reversing process of dying after discovering EXACTLY where the brain’s ‘wave of death’ begins

Scientists tell DailyMail.com they are one step closer to reversing process of dying after discovering EXACTLY where the brain’s ‘wave of death’ begins

Scientists have for the first time identified where the shutdown sequence begins in the brain when the organ is dying. They discovered the starting point of what they call the ‘wave of death’ – a flood of chemicals sweep through the brain, followed by a wave of electricity, then nothing. Lead author Séverine Mahon, a … Read more

The NEW space race: China launches top-secret military plane into orbit just one day after US’ delayed mystery launch – and Space Force chief says timing is ‘no coincidence’

The NEW space race: China launches top-secret military plane into orbit just one day after US’ delayed mystery launch – and Space Force chief says timing is ‘no coincidence’

China successfully launched its top secret, unmanned spacecraft Thursday evening, which the US Space Force chief said was ‘no coincidence.’ The US had planned to launch its ‘spy’ plan on Wednesday, but the mission was grounded due to technical issues. ‘It’s probably no coincidence that they’re trying to match us in timing and sequence of this,’ … Read more

America’s historic UFO bill crash lands: Law that would’ve forced government to hand over records of mystery craft loses key parts as Congress passes it

America’s historic UFO bill crash lands: Law that would’ve forced government to hand over records of mystery craft loses key parts as Congress passes it

US Representatives were left outraged on the Senate floor after Congress stripped two critical provisions from the highly anticipated UAP Disclosure Act.  The legislation passed Thursday with the annual defense spending bill was designed to mandate that the government disclose records on ‘technologies of unknown origin and non-human intelligence.’  However, Congress pulled the plug on a … Read more

Santa’s spyware: Hackers use Google results to push malware when deal-hunters search for these tech products

Santa’s spyware: Hackers use Google results to push malware when deal-hunters search for these tech products

Everyone is looking for deals before Christmas, but many Google search results for bargains on certain tech products could carry hidden malware and viruses. The phenomenon is not new, as scammers have been known to conceal malware in searches for celebrities’ names. But a new study has revealed that Google results for popular tech products … Read more

Yet ANOTHER reason not to buy a pug: Vets warn flat-faced dogs are more likely to suffer from sleep problems

Yet ANOTHER reason not to buy a pug: Vets warn flat-faced dogs are more likely to suffer from sleep problems

Researchers found that flat-faced dogs retain the sleep pattern of puppyhood They suggest selection of infant-like features has also infantilized brain function  By Shivali Best For Mailonline Published: 11:10 GMT, 15 December 2023 | Updated: 11:10 GMT, 15 December 2023 With their squashed little noses and curly tails, pugs have become a favourite among dog … Read more

Elon Musk SLAMS Microsoft Word’s inclusiveness checker as it prompts him to reconsider using the word ‘insane’ – as his fans vent ‘wokeism has literally infiltrated everything on this planet’

Elon Musk SLAMS Microsoft Word’s inclusiveness checker as it prompts him to reconsider using the word ‘insane’ – as his fans vent ‘wokeism has literally infiltrated everything on this planet’

Even word processors aren’t safe from Elon Musk‘s war on wokeness. The X (formerly Twitter) CEO took to social media to slam Microsoft Word’s inclusiveness checker.  Musk complained that he had been ‘scolded’ for using the word ‘insane’ in a document. His supporters took to X to vent against the ‘woke‘ work processor with some … Read more

Google will turn off cookies for MILLIONS of people on January 4 – here’s what it means for you

Google will turn off cookies for MILLIONS of people on January 4 – here’s what it means for you

They’re one of the most privacy-invading technologies on the web.  But from January 4, Google is starting to turn off third-party cookies – the intrusive computer files that track your behaviour.  The tech giant is randomly selecting one per cent of Chrome users around the world – about 30 million people – to be the … Read more