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This 94-Year-Old Scientist Could Save The Entire Planet

It would seem that here in the United States we should listen more to our senior citizens, especially one in particular. John Goodenough is a 94-year-old man who could very well have figured out a way to save planet earth. He has come up with a form of energy saving technology that could be quite beneficial to man kind. Can 94 Year-Old Scientist Save Earth? Goodenough along with a group of scientists and re ...

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Vatican Finally Embraces Science, Gathers Eminent Scientists to Fight Mass Extinction Facing Humanity

The Roman Catholic Church has long opposed Science—a systematic enterprise that builds and organizes knowledge in the form of testable explanations and predictions about the universe. For example, the 17th century scientist Galileo Galilei was forced by the church to retract his so-called heretic theory that the Earth moves around the Sun. Threatened with torture and interrogated for 18 days in prison, Gali ...

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INTERESTING: Mysterious Object Found In Argentina Is History Changing!

Recently a man from Argentina found something out of the ordinary inside a small hole in a trench. The world is filled with secrets and interesting artifacts, but what this man found was history changing! Inside the small hole was a big ancient spherical objects dating to around 10,000 years. The object was actually the shell of an ancient megafaunal creature that roamed the Earth before the last ice age. T ...

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Natural antibiotics that our ancestors used instead of pills

Penicillin. Ciproflaxin. Augmentin. Levaquin. Amoxicillin. Moxiflacin. Let’s hope there isn’t a half filled bottle collecting dust in your bathroom cabinet. You, or a family member, have most likely been prescribed an antibiotic to fight an infection in the duration of your life. And if one antibiotic didn’t work, the doctor prescribed another. If the bacteria in your body outsmarts your antibiotic, it beco ...

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Scientists Discover New State of Matter Called “Time Crystals”

A new state of matter called a time crystal has been created in the lab using two different methods by two different teams of scientists. In regular crystals—an ice cube or a diamond, for instance—atoms are arranged in a repeating spatial pattern. In time crystals, patterns repeat in time instead of in space.   Two different teams of scientists reported the discovery in the journal Nature on Wednesday. ...

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Mars far more likely to have had life than we thought, researchers find after new water discovery

Scientists have found that Mars was likely far wetter – and capable of supporting life – than we previously thought. A new study, which simulated Martian meteorites to understand more about its ancient environment, suggests that our history of the planet's surface might be entirely wrong. Until now, a specific mineral found in Martian meteorites was used as proof that the planet had an ancient, dry environm ...

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The future is now: A house built in a day by a printer, and managed by computers and robots

Over the weekend an interesting presentation video was going viral across the industrial spectrum.  A 400 sq. ft. house was printed (manufactured) in a city in Russia in just 24 hours. Engineered by a company named Apis Cor, this groundbreaking project required only a minimal amount of human labor, and was able to 'print' a solid eco-friendly domicile in under one day even in temperatures falling below zero ...

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Solar-Powered Floating Farm Could Produce 20 Tons Of Vegetables Daily

The future of agriculture is here with what’s being called a Smart Floating Farm, designed by Forward Thinking Architecture, that could produce 8,000 tons of vegetables annually. The concept was selected as one of the Winners of the Sustainable Entrepreneurship Award 2016 (SEA) in the category of Lifestyle and Culture. The modular floating farms are not a reality yet but the concept behind it is sustainable ...

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Groundbreaking Gene Therapy Treatment Cures Terminal Cancer Patients

Call it a miracle or a revolution; a groundbreaking gene therapy treatment has cured terminal cancer patients in a clinical trial. Called CAR-T cell therapy, the treatment radically filters a patient’s blood to remove key immune system cells or T-cells (immune system cells that can be genetically engineered in a lab to identify cancer cells), cuts the brakes, and boosts the patient’s own immune cells so tha ...

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The Strange Link Between The Human Mind And Quantum Physics

By Philip Ball 16 February 2017 "I cannot define the real problem, therefore I suspect there's no real problem, but I'm not sure there's no real problem." The American physicist Richard Feynman said this about the notorious puzzles and paradoxes of quantum mechanics, the theory physicists use to describe the tiniest objects in the Universe. But he might as well have been talking about the equally knotty pro ...

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Functioning 'mechanical gears' seen in nature for the first time

Gear mechanisms, previously thought to be entirely man-made, have been found in nature for the first time, functioning as the leg hinges of a plant-hopping insect found in gardens across Europe. The Issus is the genus of plant hoppers where the cog-like joints were found.   The gears serve a powerful purpose.  The bugs jump at insane speeds and distances, producing somewhere between 500G to 700G of for ...

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China is developing a hypersonic space plane that makes the Space Shuttle look primitive

China is developing a space plane that’ll go from runway to orbit and back down again at hypersonic speeds, reports Popular Science. When it is completed, the hypersonic space plane will boost the Asian country to the forefront of the aerospace industry — eclipsing the capabilities of the now retired Space Shuttle and competing with the cutting-edge British Skylon. The China Aerospace Science and Technology ...

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