Contrary to what you may have heard in the mainstream news, mobile phones and the antennas that allow them to communicate emit powerful, microwave radio frequencies capable of penetrating our bodies and cells. And constant exposure to these frequenci
his also means there are multiple modalities that mainstream science has yet to give a nod to, which just might re-train or reprogram our DNA ?" even cells which have become cancerous or are mutilated by the onslaught of toxins in our environment a
The long-awaited tungsten cathode is finally nearing completion in a Chinese factory. According to the latest reports by California-based Tungsten Heavy Powder(THP), which is performing the work in China, machining will be complete within a few week
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It has four wheels, is always connected and the driver is optional: the car of the future is starting to take shape from collaboration between automakers and their technology partners.
Rapamycin belongs to a group of drugs called mTOR inhibitors, which have been shown in previous studies to work as anti-aging agents. As people age, mTOR's genetic pathways seem to have a negative effect, even though they support healthy growth in
At our invitation, others are now replicating this whole configuration including a group of electrical technicians out of Alberta. All are able to replicate these results and we have a lot of enthusiasm building. By the way, powering up a three hu
The show has barely begun, and we've already seen enough weird and wonderful tech to fill a house.
Nasa reveals huge 'coronal hole' on the solar surface where winds reach 500 miles per SECOND
The answer to this question is "no," because plans for the highly publicized Pan-American Highway were never completed, leaving a 60 mile gap across a dense jungle region, known as the Darian Gap, between Panama and neighboring Columbia. Both
With the help of highly sensitive particle detectors, some of the world's most powerful lasers, and good-old-fashioned quantum mechanics, physicists from around the world made important discoveries this year.
If you follow sports at all, then you've probably heard about athletes rupturing their ACL, or anterior cruciate ligament. It connects the femur to the tibia, and once it breaks, it's incapable of healing.
Then, just a couple of months later, the prestigious (if tamely titled) journal Physics Letters B published an article that ignited the first superstring revolution, a sweeping movement that inspired thousands of physicists worldwide to drop their re
Ramesh Raskar presents femto-photography, a new type of imaging so fast it visualizes the world one trillion frames per second, so detailed it shows light itself in motion. This technology may someday be used to build cameras that can look "around"
NVision offers a full range of hardware and software solutions to meet any reverse engineering requirement.
Suspiciously high radiation levels around the Austrian town of St. Georgen an der Gusen had long fueled theories that there was a buried bunker nearby where Nazis had tested nuclear weapons during WWII.
"Essentially what happens is during pregnancy… there are certain sensitive periods where the fetus is very vulnerable to a range of small molecules ?" from things like plasticisers, prescription drugs, environmental pesticides and other things.
Now the Standford team has found ?" in their experiments with mice at least ?" that by blocking the action of this protein, it actually reinvigorates the microglia so that they can again seek out and destroy all the nerve-damaging substances it u
Science shows us the new discoveries that change the world along with the amazing natural phenomena that have amazed humanity for thousands of years.
My problem in self-treatment is that as soon as I start feeling better I open up the sugar fountains. I do not give this much thought until I start feeling something wrong inside my belly. Even then, I will think and wonder of all the possible etiolo
The active constituents of Chaga are a combination of: amino acids, beta glucans, betulinic acid, calcium, chloride, copper, dietary fiber, enzymes, flavonoids, germanium, iron, lanosterol, manganese, magnesium, melanin, pantothenic acid, phenols, ph
In terms of the mind-body problem, scientism essentially denies that consciousness is anything more than an epiphenomenon arising from physical-chemical processes taking place in the brain. The alternative extreme view is that consciousness exists ou
"We're using what we learned in these experiments to try to develop a new tool that would allow physicians to not only examine the eye but also to stimulate specific parts of the retina to determine whether it's functioning properly," said senior
When 4-year-old Evan Costik was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, his father began sleeping on the floor beside his bed.
Although 3D printing is revolutionizing prosthesis manufacturing, enabling fast, accessible, low cost production, aesthetics is lagging behind.
Previous research has indicated that limiting these buildups could be the key to tackling the disease, but scientists from Northwestern University are digging a little deeper.
"Our profession is entrenched in terms of doing hysterectomies," says Ernst Bartsich, MD, a gynecological surgeon at Weill-Cornell Medical Center in New York. "Im not proud of that. It may be an acceptable procedure, but it isnt necessary in so
The premise behind this notion is that saturated fat would raise LDL cholesterol, which in turn would clog the arteries and lead to heart diseases. Many studies were done, however they all had one fatal flaw. The studies showing a link between satur
I wish to propose a conjecture. The pineal gland is a full member of our visual sensory equipment that is placed deep inside the brain allowing much of the spectrum to be blocked to enhance sensitivity to the blue end of the spectrum. One imme
According to one recent study, there's at least 5 trillion pieces of plastic in the ocean. That's more than 250 tons. So what to do with mountains of plastic waste with nowhere to go? Katharina Unger thinks we should eat it.