#5Things: YouTubers insult Boris Johnson, baby creates music while in womb, and more...

#5Things: YouTubers insult Boris Johnson, baby creates music while in womb, and more...

Today, your favourite trio is here to help you start your day off the right way with a bunch of stuff you just need to know about!

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From baby beats to learning when you're about to be broken up with, here are all the things you need to know this morning:

What do seafood and coronavirus have in common?

Scientists have found important clues that indicate that a seafood market could have played an important role in the COVID-19 outbreak. Investigators have been wrapping up the World Health Organisation-sponsored mission in China, where they visited the city's Institute of Virology and Wuhan's wet market.

Which came first: the baby or the album?

Luca Yupanqui is a 15-month-old toddler, but she has been making music since before her birth! This means her parents recorded their baby while she was in the womb. Using biosonic MIDI technology, they were able to create this record. 

But before we tell you too much, you can read more about this baby's debut album right here. (We even inserted a little audio clip for your listening pleasure.)

Lewis Hamilton has an announcement

Formula One fans, you no longer have to wait in silent anticipation. Mercedes have finally announced that they have signed a new deal with the world champion, Lewis Hamilton. Hamilton will continue to race for Mercedes in 2021 but the deal is only for one year, so we'll have to wait and see what happens next.

Social media stars pull another prank

Many a YouTube star has dabbled in their share of pranks, but few have had their antics become infamous. Sometimes they gain popularity because the videos are entertaining and funny, and sometimes it's just ridiculous or scandalous.

 The latest YouTuber prank that is going viral is brought to you by Zac Alsop and Jamie Rawsthorne, hosts of 'The Zac and Jay Show'.

They have over 772,000 subscribers but they wanted to reach even more people with their very powerful message that they chose to project onto the walls of the Houses of Parliament.

Do they love me or do they love me not?

Social scientists from the University of Austin have identified a unique way to detect signs that a person may be looking to break up with their partner. 

Using almost 7,000 people for the study over the course of a year, one of the language patterns and markers that had been identified was related to pronouns such as "I".

According to the research, this indicated that the individual is focusing more on themselves which can be triggered by sadness and depression

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