Muddy bunch of rags' found at the bottom of the North Sea belonged to a noble woman

A collection of rags found at the bottom of the North Sea has been revealed to contain a luxurious wardrobe which may have belonged to one of Charles I's female courtiers.

Divers off found the treasure, which came from a shipwreck, after it was exposed by a storm which washed away silt that had covered it for four centuries.

When they separated the items, they realised that they had discovered one remarkably well-preserved dress.

And now researchers have found a letter which proves that one of the ships carrying the retinue of Queen Henrietta Maria, the wife of Charles I, to Holland in 1642 sank in the same area as the new discovery.

Shakespeare's head is missing!

It may read 'cursed be he that moves my bones' on William Shakespeare's tombstone.

But experts have concluded that it is possible the Bard's skull was stolen by trophy hunters over 200 years ago.

Archaeologists using ground-penetrating radar (GPR) were able to look beneath the surface of what is widely thought to be the writer's grave - but they discovered 'an odd disturbance at the head end'.

Kevin Colls, who led the study at the site in Holy Trinity Church, said the discovery chimes with the story that the skull was stolen in 1794

Tiger numbers show increase for first time in a century

The estimated number of wild tigers worldwide has risen for the first time in a century, conservationists say.

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and Global Tiger Forum said 3,890 tigers had been counted in the latest global census, according to BBC.

In 2010 there were just 3,200 tigers in the wild. In 1900, there were 100,000.

While hopeful that the numbers indicate a population increase, experts cautioned it could also just indicate improved data gathering.

Good listening

Listening is considered as a good civilized behavior, and it is the most important part of true connection with others, so when you listen to another person that means you are respecting his thoughts and opinions, even if you don’t agree with.

Furthermore, the one who is good in listening gives himself some prestige, and looks more wisd and more clever and simply makes good conversations.

In general, people used to talk more than to listen, and some people are interested  in speaking more, even if they don’t have anything to say.

Eerily lifelike robots will walk among us in just 20 years

The threats, and benefits, of artificial intelligence are discussed almost on a daily basis, but now the view of one robot has been revealed from its own mouth.

When quizzed by robotics designer, an eerie-looking humanoid called Sophia revealed 'she would like to go to school, have a family....'

The comments were made as Hanson questioned her about her aspirations and beliefs - and he claims robots like Sophia will be walking among us and be as conscious as humans in just 20 years

In a video for robotics designer David Hanson questions 'Sophia' - an eerily realistic robot designed to potentially work in healthcare, education or a customer service role.