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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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NASA Finds 7 Earth-Like Planets

February 22, 2017 At a NASA press conference on Wednesday afternoon, the space agency announced that astronomers have discovered an amazing seven Earth-like planets orbiting a nearby star. The bountiful find constitutes the highest number of such worlds to be seen circling the same celestial center aside from our own solar system, of course. All of the planets were described as being temperate and, thus, po ...

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NASA press conference on 'major discovery beyond our solar system'

A question asked by our species for generations, dating back to ancient times is that does life exist elsewhere in the universe? This question is perspective though-do we believe that humans are unique when there are hundreds of billions of galaxies which contain trillions of stars and solar systems within the known universe? But on the other side, if life does exist outside of ours, why haven't we discover ...

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CLONING BREAKTHROUGH: Woolly Mammoth To Walk The Earth Again In TWO Years!

There have been countless animal species that roamed the Earth since it's beginning and it's a darn shame we won't ever see them. While it's near impossible to ever see creatures like the dinosaurs, but scientists are planning to produce hybrid clones of other previously extinct creatures. One such creature is the gigantic and furry ancestor of the Asian elephant, the 'Woolly Mammoth'. Using sophisticated D ...

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This Species Has A Second Set Of Jaws – Just Like Ridley Scott's Aliens

Moray eels, which are known to live in most of the world’s marine regions, may seem like a fairly innocuous and harmless creature.  But underneath their ordinary and somewhat underwhelming appearance there lies an extraordinarily dangerous and gruesome predator. Moray eels have jaws like aliens Moray eels have incredibly powerful jaws and teeth, with their spiky fangs possessing enough raw power to cut stra ...

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Researchers Invent New Solar-Powered Technology that Purifies Dirty Water 160 Times Cheaper than Existing Ones

Water is one of our basic necessities, but as we have consistently reported, the situation on water accessibility around the world is very dire. According to United Nations statistics, more than 2.9 billion people in 48 countries will face water shortages in the next 10 years. Water experts say it could destabilize and jeopardize the existence of some nations. Particularly with clean drinking water, the sta ...

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What is the MANDELA EFFECT? 20 Minutes that will blow your mind!

Disclose.tv - What is the MANDELA EFFECT? 20 Minutes that will blow your mind! Quantum computing isn't ever going to deliver the answers they are seeking.   Beyond the theoretical, you've got to achieve the ability physically explore space down to the molecular, atomic and subatomic levels, then down far beyond to the point where space expands again into the next dimension.   Parallel universes/re ...

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Report: Supervolcano that could kill millions of Europeans ready to blow

A European supervolcano that erupted two thousand years ago is showing signs of new activity near Italy. When the volcano erupted two thousand years ago, an estimated 1,500 people near the Roman city of Pompeii were smothered in bouts of lava and dark clouds of ash. Mount Vesuvius has lain dormant for far too long. According to experts, it’s beginning to show signs of “reawakening.” If it were to go today, ...

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