An App to Help Jet Lag, the World’s Oldest Tupperware, and More News

Jet lag could be a thing of the past, Neanderthals may have been smarter than we thought, and the feds took down a massive child-porn site on the dark web. Here’s the news you need to know, in two minutes or less.

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Tired of jet lag? This app will help reset your clock

Jet lag feels impossible to avoid, but thanks to new research and technologies, you might be able to conquer it. Tap your flight details into the Timeshifter app and it will notify you about things like when you should see bright light, and when you should avoid caffeine or try to nap. The idea is to get you used to the new time zone before you’re even in it, so you can hit the ground running when you arrive.

Archaeologists found the world’s oldest leftovers

At Qesem Cave in Israel, researchers discovered that Neanderthals or early Homo sapiens appear to have used deer bones like Tupperware, relying on the bones and their outer layer of dried skin and flesh to keep the marrow relatively fresh. Yes, it appears “doggy bags” may have been around long before we had dogs.

Fast Fact: 250,000

That’s how many unique child-porn videos law enforcement officials found during a massive dark-web takedown. The videos were on a now shuttered site called Welcome to Video, and its 23-year-old operator was discovered due to a sloppy bitcoin trail.

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