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Rare Alignment On Jan 7th-Feb 6, 2017: All Planets Are Moving Direct

A rare astrological event will be occurring from January the 7th until February the 6th. It is referred to as APDM. That is an abbreviation of, "All Planets in Direct Motion". It is a phrase coined by Stephanie "Wave" Forest, she was the first astrologer to publish articles about the event. "All Planets in Direct Motion" is a time when all the major planets will be moving in direct motion. It will last for ...

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This Car Runs For 100 Years Without Refueling

The amazing car pictured is a theoretical concept car which could run for one hundred years without needing to be refueled. Such a car would be powered by thorium, one of the densest materials on planet Earth. Car powered by Thorium The massive density of Thorium (11.7 grams per cubic meter) means that it can store an impressive amount of energy, more than 20 million times the energy stored in coal. This me ...

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One of the World’s Largest Supervolcanoes is Waking Up

A supervolcano which hasn’t erupted for 12,000 years may be waking up, and ‘reaching a critical state’ say scientists who published their findings in the journal Nature Communications. Aside from an inconsequentially small eruption in 1538, this same volcano also erupted about 40,000 years ago, and could have contributed to the extinction of the Neaderthals, as suggested by a 2010 study. The supervolcano li ...

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Scientists warn about wave of catastrophic earthquakes about to be unleashed from enormous hole discovered in ocean floor

(NaturalNews) Scientists are warning that a tear in the Earth’s crust in the Banda Sea to the north of Australia could lead to serious natural disasters such as earthquakes and tsunamis as they get closer to understanding the fault and its ramifications. Perhaps the word “tear” is misleading; it is actually one of the biggest faults on Earth and it runs right through the Ring of Fire, which is notorious for ...

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Wolverine-Inspired Self-Healing Material To Help Robots Self-Heal

Wolverine from X-Men has an incredible ability to regenerate damaged tissues and heal wounds almost instantly. Now Wolverine has inspired scientists at the University of California-Riverside to develop a self-healing material that could help robots self-heal after a mechanical failure. Findings of the study were published in the journal Advanced Materials. Image Source: University of California – Riverside ...

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Why Bees Are Dying Off [VIDEO]

The following video examines the reasons why the bee population is quickly dying off: pesticides, viruses and parasites are only some of them. The ramifications of colony collapse are not to be underestimated: no more bees would mean crops dying out due to the lack of pollination, leading to famine around the world because they are part of the production of  most of our food. This is no longer just imaginat ...

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13-Year-Old Physicist Has A Mindblowing Theory On God [Must Watch]

This young man's theories on the universe are sure to inspire deep contemplation… Remember the name Max Loughan, for you’ll likely hear it again and again in the years to come. The 13-year-old physicist is known for his eloquent theories on God, the universe, and the bible, and his lessons  are sure to inspire some deep contemplation on life’s big questions. Not only did Loughan invent a free Tesla-inspired ...

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Neuroscientists Discover A Song That Reduces Anxiety By 65 Percent. Hear It Yourself!

Anxiety — that feeling of dread, fear, worry and panic — is certainly nothing new. Hippocrates wrote about it in the fourth century BCE. As did Søren Kierkegaard in the 1860s. And Sigmund Freud addressed the disorder in 1926. However, jump to the present and we’re seeing a significant uptick — especially with youth.   Pharmaceutical drugs tend to be the classic treatment for treating anxiety (as well a ...

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Listen to the ‘Voice’ of a Monkey…Does it Sound Creepy?

December 11, 2016 Scientists studying the vocal anatomy of a monkey managed to create a nightmarish simulation of what the creature might sound like if it spoke. The haunting sound bite is derived from new research at Princeton University which suggests that Planet of the Apes may not be as far fetched as previously thought. In the past, cadaver examinations had led scientists to conclude that monkeys could ...

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Engineer builds hand-held Tesla cannon that fires arcs of electricity through the air

YouTube's Destin Sandlin, host of the site's channel Smarter Every Day, followed through on his urge to learn more about Tesla's wireless electricity.  Let's be glad he did because he took his super slo-mo camera along with him when he met with Cameron Prince, the developer of the hand-held Tesla cannon. Upon arrival at Prince's house, Sandlin was introduced to a 9-foot standing coil.  He excitedly explored ...

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Aboriginal Art Sparks New Rumors Of EXTRATERRESTRIAL Visitations During Australia’s Early Days

Aboriginal families in Western Australia's north are finding ways to reclaim a sacred image that sparked rumours of Arab voyages and aliens during the early days of British exploration. The large, looming Wandjina are spirit figures drawn on thousands of cliffs and cave walls in the Western Kimberley, and came to national prominence when they featured in the Sydney Olympic opening ceremony. Worrora woman Le ...

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