Here's how thinking positively and visualizing good things for yourself (and the planet) can make a HUGE difference to reality
Kathleen Wilcox on the trend for weed-infused wine, here quoting Dr. Carl Ruck… Though he refrained from commenting on the "advisability" of renewing the practice of brewing weed-wine, he did say that "cannabis would be one of the less
More than 40 years have passed since any human has walked on the moon, and all of them were American.
The ninth video released by the Center for Medical Progress provides a glimpse into the murky and cutthroat world of the baby-harvesting business, with rival companies competing for valuable livers, hearts and kidneys.
Cutting government down to size will require more than throwing out the present regime. It will simply reappear in a different form so long as scientists let politicians distort and misapply inconclusive research.
Frequent users of antibiotics were about 50 percent more likely to be diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes than those who had taken the drugs infrequently, researchers in Denmark have found.
INVESTIGATION: Three days before Dr. Bradstreet was found dead in a river, U.S. govt. agents raided his research facility to seize a breakthrough cancer treatment called GcMAF
Watch as amazing GcMAF treatment kills cancer cells in real time... holistic doctors 'suicided' over this stunning breakthrough
A breakthrough cancer treatment appears to be the reason why a handful of holistic doctors were recently found "suicided" is now gaining worldwide attention as a potential universal cure for cancer.
A piercing gaze into the new era of inspection
Disaster has struck. A micrometeroid has hit the International Space Station (ISS), and the air inside has begun to rush out of the hole into the vacuum of space.
The 'smart pill' has huge potential to boost cognitive function, making us more productive and innovative, but we need to improve the way that we analyse the effect this kind of drug has on both healthy brains and wider society before we can consider
Scientists have long believed that while an atom's outer electrons are highly mobile and often behave somewhat chaotically, the inner electrons close to the nucleus are stable.
The mechanical button or switch is that most simple of user interfaces.
Two holes in one!
Young Duck Kim uses graphene in a novel way
From screenless displays to wireless electricity, I take a look at 10 future technologies that will change the world.
New theory is an answer to a paradox that has puzzled physicists for decades
New videos show testing and tech
SOUTHBORO (CBS) -- A boarding school in central Massachusetts is being sued by parents who claim the school's Wi-Fi signal is making their son sick.
Paris (AFP) - Scientists have taken a major step towards creating a vaccine that works against multiple strains of influenza, according to two studies published Monday in top journals.
On Red Planet. A new photo taken by the probe shows a what will look, to many, like a Star Destroyer from the blockbuster film franchise
Most people experience technology as something that's branded, shrink-wrapped, assembled with custom screws and on a monthly contract. We're surrounded by these wonderful possibilities, but denied from realising their full potential by business model
Tony Wyss-Coray studies the impact of aging on the human body and brain. In this eye-opening talk, he shares new research from his Stanford lab and other teams which shows that a solution for some of the less great aspects of old age might actually l
A man whose penis was ripped off as a child has been fitted with an 8-inch bionic replacement.
The Hyperloop sounds like science fiction, Elon Musk's pipe dream: leapfrog high speed rail and go right to packing us into capsules that fling us across the country in hours using what are, essentially, pneumatic tubes.
Pulling some strings to capture CO2
Researchers at Ohio State University (OSU) have grown a nearly complete human brain equivalent in size and structure to that of a five-week old fetus. Called a "brain organoid," it was bioengineered using adult human skin cells and is the most advanc
The pods at night, are big and bright
Now, researchers at Johns Hopkins University say some of that money has helped them better understand a protein in the brain which is dysfunctional in nearly all ALS cases.