Steele started off as a Marine Corps infantry and intelligence officer. After four years on active duty, he joined the CIA for about a decade before co-founding the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity, where he was deputy director. Widely recognised a
Wasn´t it the Chinese who invented fireworks in the first place? Have they just got bigger? Is this really the best humanity can do? What would get you into Space? At a quarter of a million dollars a ticket you must be kidding … What if ro
Hydraulic presses aren't just for smashing Legos and Barbies and making fake teeth explode. They're also for real science--although, exploding objects are still part of that, too.
Health Ranger translates molecules into music in stunning video demonstration that will blow your mind (and your ears) (VIDEO)
5 The icy wastelands of Antarctica are infamously barren and inhospitable, making research very difficult It stretches for a distance of 151 miles across and has a maximum depth of about 848 metres. Some researchers believe it is the remains of a tr
, our heart generates a coherent electromagnetic wave into the local field environment that facilitates social coherence, whether in the home, workplace, classroom or sitting around a table. As more individuals radiate heart coherence, it builds an e
When we look at frequency and vibration from the perspective of the external Creation, frequency and vibration have their differences. Frequency is the cyclic pattern of scalar waves that flash "on" and "off." The vibrational frequency rate i
After It Found Vaxxed Kids More Likely to Get Autism.The just-ended presidential election cycle in the USA has something very much in common with vaccine 'science', or so it seems: Both produce results that are questioned, contentious and even ma
. Even way back then, scientists knew without a shadow of a doubt that aspartame wasn't exactly safe for human consumption. But because it was sweet and non-caloric, it meant dollar signs in the eyes of company CEOs who recognized that marketing it
Scientists examined part of Mars' Utopia Planitia region, in the mid-northern latitudes, with the orbiter's ground-penetrating Shallow Radar (SHARAD) instrument. Analyses of data from more than 600 overhead passes with the onboard radar instrument
world's smallest magnifying glass using conductive gold nanoparticles. The result is an extremely tiny optical cavity, called "pico-cavity," that could only fit a single molecule. The said "pico-cavity" is capable of confining light to less than
The research team, made up of scientists from University of Alberta and McGill University, found that the waters contained far less of the element sulphur than was expected. They hypothesize that the missing sulphur is being used by bacterial microbe
This resulted in Wartinger going out and testing the theory. Using a validated, synthetic 3D model of a hollow kidney complete with three kidney stones no larger than 4 millimeters inserted into the replica, he took the model in a backpack on Big Thu
(NaturalNews) U.S. scientists recently announced the birth of a baby containing DNA from three different people in an article in New Scientist. They will present the details of the new procedure they used at the October meeting of the American Societ
"We choose to examine a phenomenon which is impossible, absolutely impossible, to explain in any classical way, and which has in it the heart of quantum mechanics. In reality, it contains the only mystery." Richard Feynman, a Nobel laureate of th
. "We saw a set of latent genes becoming active, but only after injury," says Svaren, "and these started a program that places the Schwann cells in a repair mode where
In this video Luke Rudkowski interviews Nassim Haramein about his new scientific breakthrough proving consciousness that he debuted at Burning man. Haramein has spent over 30 years researching and discovering connections in physics, mathematics, geom
Microsoft has vowed to "solve the problem of cancer" within a decade by using ground-breaking computer science to crack the code of diseased cells so they can be reprogrammed back to a healthy state.
Whereas Silicon Valley programmers now use microdosing to boost their output-much like video-game power-ups-the practice has yet to influence other cultural subsets. Research suggests that hallucinogens can provide a useful alternative to harmful
(NaturalNews) Every year, there seems to be a new virus scare coursing through the media. Whether it's West Nile, Bird flu, SARS, Ebola or the current Zika outbreak, there's always an irrational spread of fear and misunderstanding accompanying any ne
Put simply, things are considered fundamentally fuzzy or indeterminate in quantum theory. A particle may behave as a wave; Heisenberg's uncertainty principle states that we have a limited ability to know more than one physical property of a particl
He reported: "The more severe the physiological crisis, the more likely NDEers are to report having experienced clear and complex cognitive and sensory functioning." Part of Batthyany's goal was to replicate earlier studies, few as they are
This happened in 1939 when the tuning of A=440 Hz was adopted in the world of music. In 1910 an earlier push to effect the same change was met with limited success. Three decades later, the British Standards Institute (BSI) adopted the A=440Hz standa
Now actually, in reality, we go through these vibratory states all day also, but this oppressive enslaving corporate civilization which demands 'wide-awakeness' (beta vaves) and 'cognitive focus' on the world they claim is the 'reality' , mater
Now the essence of this discovery and technology boils down to the development of an industrial method for the transformation of chemical elements into other elements and their isotopes.
Engineers at the Washington University in St. Louis (WUSTL) have developed graphene-based biofoam sheets that can be laid on dirty or salty dams and ponds to produce clean drinking water, using the power of the sun. This new technique could be a chea
Unfortunately, infestations are difficult to prevent, and control options are limited as many are simply not effective. As soon as bed bugs get a hint of an insecticide, they tend to find other areas to thrive. Research has shown the use of popular p
The genome analysis also questions previous findings that modern humans populated Asia in two waves from their origin in Africa, finding instead a common origin for all populations in the Asia-Pacific region, dating back to a single out-of-Africa mig
However, it is only now that scientists are beginning to truly understand the way this insidious chemical affects not only wildlife and the environment, but also the human body and its intricate biological functions.
Yet, with the advent of science and technology, and our increasing abilities to explore the outer fringes of our understanding, there has arisen a new question: can we scientifically prove and verify what happens to us after death? Can we use our adv