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Science Reveals Freddie Mercury’s Singing Secrets

Written by on April 20, 2016 in Nature, Sci-Tech, Science with 0 Comments
Science Reveals Freddie Mercury’s Singing Secrets

Freddie Mercury had one of the most memorable voices in music, and now researchers have unlocked some of the mystery behind it. For one thing, his vocal chords moved faster than normal.

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Gum Disease Opens Up the Body to a Host of Infections

Written by on April 12, 2016 in Medical Advances, Nature, Sci-Tech, Science with 0 Comments
Gum Disease Opens Up the Body to a Host of Infections

So when Salomon Amar, a periodontal specialist at Boston University, began exploring links between oral bacteria and heart disease in animal studies in the late 1990s, reactions were lukewarm. “Many cardiologists thought we were a bit crazy,” he says. Skepticism still abounds, but the same molecular tools that have dramatically changed understanding of the gut microbiome are now allowing scientists to track and examine bacteria in the mouth. Advocates of a connection between the artery disease atherosclerosis and microbes are hoping to find convincing proof of their suspicions, while exploring links between ailing gums and other conditions, including cancer, arthritis, diabetes and even Alzheimer’s disease.

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Cymatics Insights: Sound into Form

Written by on March 1, 2016 in Nature, Sci-Tech, Science with 9 Comments
Cymatics Insights: Sound into Form

When “Om,” the Hindu primordial sound of creation, is intoned into a tonoscope it forms in the substance the Sri Yantra, the visual representation of the Om chant and the vibration behind the cosmos itself[iii], the “sound” of the aetheric medium or “fabric” of space. Thus we see that the Hindus knew thousands of years ago that sound possessed geometry, or sound into form is a fundamental truth of reality. The Om chant itself is one for expanding consciousness by developing resonance with the cosmos. (Remember, too, that sound waves exist in three dimensions!)

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“Flying Vaccination” against ZIKA from GE Mosquitos?

“Flying Vaccination” against ZIKA from GE Mosquitos?

Could vaccines be delivered to humans via mosquito bite. In that case Genetically Modified insects ( or tiny insect like drones) could “bite” and there would be no opportunity to decline. Are the current viral epidemics a good opportunity to develop and implement this process which has been discussed for several years? All excellent questions. What do you think?

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Crows Caught on Camera Fashioning Special Hook Tools

Written by on December 30, 2015 in Earth & Space, Nature, Sci-Tech, Science, Technology with 3 Comments
Crows Caught on Camera Fashioning Special Hook Tools

Scientists have been given an extraordinary glimpse into how wild New Caledonian crows make and use ‘hooked stick tools’ to hunt for insect prey. Dr Jolyon Troscianko, from the University of Exeter, and Dr Christian Rutz, from the University of St Andrews, have captured first video recordings documenting how these tropical corvids fashion these particularly complex tools in the wild.

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Study Shows Even Earthworms Have Free Will

Written by on November 26, 2015 in Nature, Sci-Tech, Science with 0 Comments
Study Shows Even Earthworms Have Free Will

Even worms have free will. If offered a delicious smell, for example, a roundworm will usually stop its wandering to investigate the source, but sometimes it won’t. Just as with humans, the same stimulus does not always provoke the same response, even from the same individual. New research at Rockefeller University, published online in Cell, offers a new neurological explanation for this variability, derived by studying a simple three-cell network within the roundworm brain.

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3 Tips to Help You Find Your Flow for More Effortless Power

3 Tips to Help You Find Your Flow for More Effortless Power

The mental state known as our “sweet spot,” where we have both great strength and great ease; it’s the mental state when our best work emerges without strain or anxiety.

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Young Babies Don’t Experience Tickles in the Way You Think They Do

Written by on October 19, 2015 in Nature, Sci-Tech, Science with 1 Comment
Young Babies Don’t Experience Tickles in the Way You Think They Do

When you tickle the toes of newborn babies, the experience for them isn’t quite as you would imagine it to be. That’s because, according to new evidence reported in the Cell Press journal Current Biology on October 19, infants in the first four months of life apparently feel that touch and wiggle their feet without connecting the sensation to you.

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Free Energy: Updates on the Quantum Energy Generator

Free Energy: Updates on the Quantum Energy Generator

For the first time since the big announcement in July, Hope and James hold this Frank conversation to talk about Life After Overunity on the QEG. What happens after you successfully complete a working free energy device and announce it to the world? The answer might not be what you think!

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Henry Ford’s Suppressed Hemp Car

Henry Ford’s Suppressed Hemp Car

We might think that our ethanol and biodiesel “flex-fuel” systems are all very cutting edge, but biofuel development is of course nothing new. In the 1930’s, Henry Ford made a hemp-fueled/hemp-bodied prototype car. The body panels were composed of 70% cellulose fibers, including industrial hemp, mixed with a resin binder, and apparently they were pretty sturdy.

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Some Researchers Believe that Humans Are Not From Earth

Written by on September 7, 2015 in Earth & Space, Nature, Sci-Tech, Science, Technology with 73 Comments
Some Researchers Believe that Humans Are Not From Earth

Many researchers have come to the conclusion that human beings are not from Earth. After a balloon came back from a high altitude flight, it was covered with microscopic life forms that originated from space fueling debate about whether life on earth began here or elsewhere in space.

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Is Psychiatry Erasing the Individual’s Unique Individuality?

Written by on August 18, 2015 in Nature, Psychology-Psychiatry, Science with 0 Comments
Is Psychiatry Erasing the Individual’s Unique Individuality?

Since none of the 300 official mental disorders has any defining physical test for diagnosis, there is no proof they exist. Period. You could interview thousands of people who say they feel depressed, and you would find significant differences. The more you listened to their stories, the more you would be convinced of the differences. You would be splitting apart the central idea of “depression” and realizing it has no common center. This is hard for many people to believe. That’s how brainwashed they are. There are no common universal states of consciousness. It’s all unique, from person to person. Just as there is no single enlightened state of consciousness which is the same for everyone, there are no “mental disorder” states that are the same for everyone.

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50 Cent Paper Microscope Could Revolutionize Medicine

50 Cent Paper Microscope Could Revolutionize Medicine

For a whole lot of people, especially those in developing countries, science — and with it, medicine — isn’t readily available to the majority of citizens. But Manu Prakash wants to change that. Prakash, an assistant professor of bioengineering at Stanford, is the proprietor of “frugal science,” a term he coined to explain the movement toward building cheap versions of high tech tools. His endeavour aims to make medical devices both affordable and available to the masses…So in 2014 he created a paper microscope, aptly named the Foldscope, that costs only 50 cents to produce.

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Plants Release Animal-like Substance When Stressed

Written by on August 3, 2015 in Earth & Space, Nature, Sci-Tech, Science with 1 Comment
Plants Release Animal-like Substance When Stressed

Although plants do not have nervous systems, they respond to stress with chemical and electrical signals that are remarkably similar to those of animals, a new study has found. The findings, published in the journal Nature Communications, could help to explain why certain plant-derived drugs work so well in humans. At the center of it all is the neurotransmitter GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid), which humans and animals, as well as plants, release when they are stressed out.

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Beam Me Up? Teleporting Real, Even If Trekkie Transport Isn’t

Written by on August 3, 2015 in Nature, Sci-Tech, Science, Technology with 4 Comments
Beam Me Up? Teleporting Real, Even If Trekkie Transport Isn’t

“I have a hard time saying this with a straight face, but I will: You can teleport a single atom from one place to another,” says Chris Monroe, a biophysicist at the University of Maryland. His lab’s setup in a university basement looks nothing like the slick transporters that rearrange atoms and send them someplace else on Star Trek. Instead, a couple million dollars’ worth of lasers, mirrors and lenses lay sprawled across a 20-foot table. “What they do in the TV show is, they send the atoms over a long distance,” says David Hucul, who recently got his Ph.D. with Monroe. “But, really — if you could build anything, you wouldn’t send the atoms.” That’s because atoms are big and heavy, and you don’t really need them, he explains. The laws of physics say that any atom of carbon is identical to any other atom of carbon. Oxygen, hydrogen and so on: They’re all perfect atomic clones.

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