Graphene is a form of carbon that could bring us bulletproof armor and space elevators, improve medicine, and make the internet run faster -- some day.
-" see "Epidemic-" The Science"...(Natural News) A video that has been censored by Facebook is now available at this REAL.video link. The video, featuring Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. of the World Mercury Project, warns about the epidemic of vaccine
The National Security Agency's (NSA) inspector general issued a rare report Wednesday condemning the administration for insufficiently protecting data gathered from U.S. citizens.
An Uber co-founder and an E*Trade veteran have teamed up to launch commission-free cryptocurrency trading service that, if successful, could see the firm challenge Coinbase, Robinhood, and a growing number of other competitors to become the venue of
"For the first time ever," Fortune magazine announced, it "has assembled a supplementary honor roll of the most impressive, young superstars who are transforming business at the leading edge of finance and technology." They've selected fort
Medscape and other medically-oriented web organizations periodically conduct surveys of physicians nation-wide on various topics such as physician burnout, compensation, best places to work and so on. Around once a year the ethics survey comes out an
Research 'breakthroughs' are arriving at an increasing frequency as scientists peel back the genesis of life. Technocrat scientists have little concern with the legal or ethical implications of their research, and will push the envelope until it
The transhuman fantasy of downloading their brains into a computer network persists no matter what evidence to the contrary is presented. Although Ray Kurzweil was the first high-profile technologist to popularize this, many other scientists have sin
company stockpiling fields full of cars? Tesla is looking more and more like a shady fraud with each passing day … Why is the company stockpiling fields full of cars?
Skeleton Technologies is an interesting startup from Estonia, which develops and produces ultracapacitors that could be utilized in electric vehicles.
George Church talks about how success with adult cures for diseases would also enable cognitive enhancement, antiaging and transhumanism.
Bitcoin and cryptocurrency mining has become a very competitive industry, and the amount of processing power hashing away to mine these digital assets is truly amazing. However over the years since the inception of GPU and ASIC mining, essentially wh
A question that never ceases to fascinate is that of how life originated, and how and why it has progressed as it seems to have. The official story and de rigueur explanation is that that life came about through spontaneous generation from seawater.
I know there are many articles on this website about sea level, none better than the recent one by David Middleton that speaks about "More nonsense about sea level rise." I thought his article would make the continuance of this article unnecessar
Scientists are reporting success in using ultrasound to treat cognitive dysfunction in mice with simulated vascular dementia and Alzheimer's disease, which are the two most common forms of dementia.
The future of manufacturing is truly wild.
Our lives and the world would undergo the highest amount of radical change if certain biotech research succeeds.
As a pioneer in telomere science, I've been helping my patients protect and lengthen their telomeres for decades. I do this by helping them activate telomerase naturally. When you turn telomerase on, your telomeres gradually get longer. Your body
The world only produces a nanogram of antimatter every year but we cannot store any of it for any length of time.
Here's why vaccines are unnecessary: They are merely given purportedly to immunize against or shall it be said 'prevent' certain diseases, most of which are rarely fatal in first world countries. These are mostly transitory viral conditions. Th
This modified game of Scrabble called Scrabits is fast, chaotic, and educational.
UK-based Moltex Energy will build a demonstration SSR-W (Stable Salt Reactor – Wasteburner) at the Point Lepreau nuclear power plant site in Canada under an agreement signed with the New Brunswick Energy Solutions Corporation and NB Power.
Facebook's user data gathering prowess has been common knowledge for some time now, but one journalist's impromptu experiment suggests it is even more ubiquitous and pervasive than previously believed. Nick Whigham, a reporter for the New Zealand
--"Oh Doctor, what's ailing me? Can I get a diagnosis? What's that? AI [artificial intelligence] is handling it now? You mean I just go online and see the results of my tests and read the diagnosis and pick up my drugs outside my front door? W
will bathe passengers in cancer-causing electropollution...(Natural News) The United States is home to virtually as many cars as people, with its 318 million residents owning an estimated 260 million vehicles. As noted by the website Nanalyze.com, if
Tesla's Elon Musk has been tweeting as if he's as high as one of his SpaceX rockets.
When Tesla finally met its Model 3 production run rate target, astute investors and analysts pointed out the use of the word "factory gated" in the company's press release: "Not only did we factory gate 5000 Model 3's, but we also achieved the S
Tesla is finally making enough Model 3s -- but an analyst says many customers are growing too impatient to wait any longer for them.
Italian doctor Sergio Canavero, Chinese doctor Ren Xiaoping and the Chinese government are still saying the first human head transplant will happen soon.
There was a study of advanced nuclear reactors costs by the Energy Options Network.