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Chemists discover a key to greener food production

Arguably the most important (if least well known) industrial advancement of the 20th century, the Haber-Bosch ammonia synthesis process essentially conquered food scarcity by creating the means to mass produce fertilizer-fertilizer then used to fortify food harvests around the world.

Sep 06, 2021 by Phys
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India's Ivermectin Blackout

Authored by Justus R Hope, MD. via TheDesertReview.com, News of India's defeat of the Delta variant should be common knowledge. It is just about as obvious as the nose on one's face. It is so clear when one looks at the graphs that no one can deny it.

Aug 14, 2021 by ZeroHedge
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Here's the most complete map of black holes ever created

A German-made space telescope, eROSITA, has collected enough data that astronomers have pieced together the most detailed map of black holes. Published Wed, Jul 28 2021 5:32 AM CDT In less than two years, a German-made space telescope has managed to discover more than 3 million " new" objects.

Jul 29, 2021 by Jak Connor - TweakTown
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India Could Sentence WHO Chief Scientist to Death for Misleading Over Ivermectin and Killing Indians

The Indian Bar Association (IBA) sued WHO Chief Scientist Dr. Soumya Swaminathan on May 25, accusing her in a 71-point brief of causing the deaths of Indian citizens by misleading them about Ivermectin. There is also an updated legal notice on June 13, 2021.

Jul 20, 2021 by Brian Wang | NextBigFuture.com
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Deadly Spider Venom Could Repair Hearts and May Save Heart Attack Victims

Spider venom may be deadly, but it comes with some advantages. In the past, research has found that venom could alleviate pain without causing any adverse side effects. Now, new research out of Australia's University of Queensland is indicating that the venom of the Fraser Island (K'gari) funnel-web spider can help prevent damage caused by a heart attack and even extend the life of donor hearts.

Jul 18, 2021 by Loukia Papadopoulos - Interesting Engineering
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Major Scientific Leap: Quantum Microscope Created That Can See the Impossible

In a major scientific leap, University of Queensland researchers have created a quantum microscope that can reveal biological structures that would otherwise be impossible to see. This paves the way for applications in biotechnology, and could extend far beyond this into areas ranging from naviga

Jun 27, 2021 by SciTechDaily
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DNA Polymerase Theta Shown to Reverse Transcribe RNA
Researchers from Thomas Jefferson University have reportedly found evidence that RNA segments can be written back into DNA, which potentially challenges the central dogma in biology and could have wide implications affecting many fields of biology.
Jun 27, 2021 by BioCompare
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REVEALED: Google & USAID Funded Wuhan Collaborator Peter Daszak's Virus Experiments For Over A Decade.

Google funded research conducted by Peter Daszak's EcoHealth Alliance - a controversial group which has openly collaborated with the Wuhan Institute of Virology on "killer" bat coronavirus research - for over a decade, The National Pulse can today reveal.

Jun 27, 2021 by Natalie Winters
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Lithium Mining Just Became A Water Sport

Lithium is an essential component of most rechargeable batteries, powering everything from iPhones to Teslas. However, increased lithium mining due to rising demand will deplete known land-based supplies by 2080. A team of scientists at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, in Saudi Arabia, says they already have a solution in the works: before land-based lithium runs out, shift lithium mining to the ocean.

Jun 23, 2021 by Freethink
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Helion Energy Achieves 100 Million Degrees Celsius Fusion Fuel Temperature and Confirms 16-Month Continuous Operation of Its Fusion Generator Prototype

REDMOND, Wash.--()--Helion Energy (Helion), a clean electricity company committed to creating a new era of clean energy through fusion, today became the first private company to announce exceeding 100 million degrees Celsius in their 6th fusion generator prototype, Trenta.

Jun 23, 2021 by Businesswire
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Newly approved drug effective against lung cancer caused by genetic mutation

Visit the News Hub Targeted therapy shrank tumors, shows promise in improving survival Huy Mach The new drug sotorasib reduces tumor size and shows promise in improving survival among patients with lung tumors caused by a specific DNA mutation, according to results of a global phase 2 clinical trial.

Jun 11, 2021 by Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
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Here's the most complete picture of the Milky Way's center ever created

(Image credit: NASA/ Q.D. Wang) Gaze up at the Sagittarius constellation, and you are looking at the center of the galaxy. It may not look like much to the naked eye (especially if a bunch of is blocking your view), but to the world's sharpest and telescopes, the archer hides a chaotic collage of black holes , exploding stars, magnetic fields and inexplicable bubbles of gas.

Jun 11, 2021 by Brandon Specktor - Senior Writer
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Particle seen switching between matter and antimatter at CERN

A subatomic particle has been found to switch between matter and antimatter, according to Oxford physicists analyzing data from the Large Hadron Collider. It turns out that an unfathomably tiny weight difference between two particles could have saved the universe from annihilation soon after it...

Jun 11, 2021 by FlashMovie/Depositphotos
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Masks Didn't Slow COVID Spread: New Study

Source: AP Photo/Evan Vucci New findings reported Tuesday in a University of Louisville study challenge what has been the prevailing belief that mask mandates are necessary to slow the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus.

May 28, 2021 by Spencer Brown
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Space-based solar power getting key test aboard US military's mysterious X-37B space plane

A U.S. military space plane is being used to flight-validate the best ways to gather the sun's energy for power beaming from Earth orbit. In mid-March, the latest classified mission of the U.S. Space Force's X-37B robotic space plane winged past 300 days in Earth orbit.

May 28, 2021 by Leonard David
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Mind Control: Scientists Engineer 'Magneto' Protein Capable Of Remotely Controlling Brain & Behavior

Scientists developed a new method of controlling certain nerve cells of the brain to manipulate behaviors - and it's delivered via viral injection. In 2016, researchers at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville genetically engineered a magnetized protein, called Magneto, which is inserted into a virus that's injected into an animal's brain to manipulate neural activity under the remote influence of magnetic fields.

May 23, 2021 by NewsWars
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'Mad honey': The rare hallucinogen from the mountains of Nepal

Mad honey is produced by bees who feed on specific species of rhododendron plants, which grow in mountainous regions like those surrounding the Black Sea. People have used mad honey for centuries for recreational, medicinal, and military purposes. Low doses cause euphoria and lightheadedness, while high doses cause hallucinations and, in rare cases, death.

May 18, 2021 by Big Think
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Fauci downplays possibility that COVID leaked from Chinese lab his agency helped finance

White House coronavirus adviser Anthony Fauci on Friday pushed back against persistent theories that the SARS-Cov-2 virus may have leaked from a Chinese laboratory, including possibly one that his own federal agency has helped finance in the past.

Apr 14, 2021 by Just The News
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This Nuclear Reactor Just Made Fusion Viable by 2030. Seriously.

From Popular Mechanics Private startup TAE has announced it's just 9 years from a commercial nuclear fusion plant. The challenges of plasma fusion are mostly in containment. TAE uses a particle accelerator beam to superheat plasma.

Apr 09, 2021 by Caroline Delbert - Yahoo
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Why We Don't Have Generic Insulin

"Why is Narcan free to a dope addict but my insulin is $750 a month?" asks an online meme that has since gone viral. "Humalog cost $21 a vial in 1996 and now that same insulin is $375" claims another meme designed to call for price regulations.

Mar 10, 2021 by Dan Kowalski - Fee
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Peruvian Court Rules That Bill Gates, George Soros Criminally Liable For "Creating" COVID-19 Pandemic

Bill Gates, George Soros, and several members of the Rockefeller family were deemed responsible for the advent and spread of the Chinese virus, which has killed tens of thousands of small businesses and forever changed the world for the worst. A Peruvian court charged the group with responsibility for creating the coronavirus pandemic.

Mar 01, 2021 by The New York Evening
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The US Military Secretly Built An Artificial Brain Called The Sentient

Since 2010, various US agencies have been developing a top-secret artificial intelligence system that they called Sentient, a term that translates as "conscious" or "endowed with senses." The documents confidential and classified recently published by The Verge describes the Program Sentient National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) as an intelligence system fully integrated system that can coordinate satellite positions, and will soon be used to manage operations in the battlefield during military clashes.

Feb 25, 2021 by Infinity Explorers
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High-power SYLOS laser could 'transmute' nuclear waste

Two Lithuanian companies and a Nobel Prize-winning professor have created and demonstrated a laser powerful enough to reduce nuclear waste decay from hundreds of years to just a few hours. The Single Cycle Laser SYLOS uses technology that 'transmutes' nuclear waste by bombarding atoms, and is being developed by 2018 Nobel Physics Prize co-winner, Professor Gerard Mourou.

Feb 25, 2021 by Reuters Events
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Dizzying view of Perseverance mid-descent makes its '7 minutes of terror' feel very real

The Perseverance Mars rover landed safely yesterday, but only after a series of complex maneuvers as it descended at high speed through the atmosphere, known by the team as the "seven minutes of terror." NASA has just shared a hair-raising image of the rover as it dangled from its jetpa...

Feb 24, 2021 by Devin Coldewey - TechCrunch
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Image shows God of Chaos asteroid Apophis gearing up to pass Earth

The asteroid Apophis, the potentially hazardous space rock due to pass close to Earth next month, has been photographed by a ground-based telescope project. The image was captured by the Elena robotic telescope unit, which took a single exposure shot of the sky lasting 300 seconds.

Feb 24, 2021 by Ed Browne - Newsweek
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U.S. Navy controls inventions that claim to change "fabric of reality"

U.S. Navy holds patents for enigmatic inventions by the aerospace engineer Dr. Salvatore Pais. He came up with potentially revolutionary technology that can "engineer" reality, devising an ultrafast craft, a fusion reactor and more. While mostly theoretical at this point, the inventions could transform energy, space, and military sectors.

Feb 24, 2021 by Big Think
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Quantum Mechanics, Free Will and the Game of Life

Before I get to the serious stuff, a quick story about John Conway, a.k.a. the " mathematical magician." I met him in 1993 in Princeton while working on " The Death of Proof." When I poked my head into his office, Conway was sitting with his back to me staring at a computer.

Feb 15, 2021 by John Horgan - Scientific American
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Have We Already Been Visited by Aliens?

An eminent astrophysicist argues that signs of intelligent extraterrestrial life have appeared in our skies. What's the evidence for his extraordinary claim? On October 19, 2017, a Canadian astronomer named Robert Weryk was reviewing images captured by a telescope known as Pan- STARRS1 when he noticed something strange.

Feb 15, 2021 by The New Yorker
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New Study Shows Lockdowns Destroyed the Economy, Not the Virus

The world may be nearing the end of the coronavirus pandemic (at least we can hope), but the post mortems are just beginning. A new paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research found important correlations between sales losses and lockdowns across counties in California. Economists Robert W. Fairlie and Frank M.

Feb 06, 2021 by Fee
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DeepMind's protein-folding AI has solved a 50-year-old grand challenge of biology

DeepMind has already notched up a streak of wins, showcasing AIs that have learned to play a variety of complex games with superhuman skill, from Go and StarCraft to Atari's entire back catalogue. But Demis Hassabis, DeepMind's public face and co-founder, has always stressed that these successes were just stepping stones towards a larger goal:...

Jan 19, 2021 by MIT Technology Review
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Microsoft, Big Tech Coalition Developing Rockefeller-Funded COVID Passports

A coalition of big tech companies, including Microsoft is developing a COVID passport, with the expectation that a digital document linked to vaccination status will be required to travel and get access to basic services. The group is calling itself the Vaccination Credential Initiative (VCI), and includes Microsoft, Salesforce and Oracle.

Jan 17, 2021 by Steve Watson - Summit News
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Advisor resigns from ID2020 objecting to blockchain immunity passports for COVID-19

Elizabeth M. Renieris, a Harvard lawyer on the ID2020 technical advisory committee, has resigned from the ID2020 Alliance. The organization aims to enable digital identity for those that lack one, and is especially active with refugees and marginalized groups. Renieris' resignation was driven by concerns that the organization will get involved in COVID-19 immunity passports, as Coindesk first reported.

Jan 17, 2021 by Ledger Insights
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Germany To Put COVID-Rulebreakers In "Detention Camp"

Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News, Germany is set to put COVID dissidents who repeatedly fail to properly follow the rules in what is being described as a 'detention camp' located in Dresden. Yes really.

Jan 16, 2021 by ZeroHedge
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Designer Cytokine Makes Paralyzed Mice Walk Again

Summary: Protein hyper-interleukin-6, a "designer protein" that has to be produced via genetic engineering, enabled a paralyzed mouse to walk again. Spinal cord injuries caused by sports or traffic accidents often result in permanent disabilities such as paraplegia.

Jan 16, 2021 by Neuroscience News
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Genocidal Lunatic Bill Gates' Plan to 'Dim the Sun' Quietly Moves Forward

( Planet-Today) Lockdown fanatic Bill Gates is quietly moving forward with his diabolical plan to dim our sun, according to reports. (Article by Niamh Harrisc republished from NewsPunch.com) The controversial plan is allegedly part of an effort to save the human race by "revitalizing our environment" by artificially dimming the sun's rays.

Jan 08, 2021 by Planet Today News
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DEATH-CAMPS Set To Open In Canada: COVID-19 isolation centres opening in Brampton 'very soon,' mayor says

TORONTO -- Nearly one year into the pandemic, Brampton plans to open the city's first COVID-19 isolation centres "very soon," the city's mayor Patrick Brown confirmed Wednesday. During a weekly news conference, Brown thanked the provincial government for stepping up to provide funding for three isolation centres in Brampton, which will provide residents a safe place to self-isolate if they contract COVID-19.

Jan 08, 2021 by Codi Wilson - CTV News
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New Quantum Algorithms Finally Crack Nonlinear Equations

Sometimes, it's easy for a computer to predict the future. Simple phenomena, such as how sap flows down a tree trunk, are straightforward and can be captured in a few lines of code using what mathematicians call linear differential equations.

Jan 08, 2021 by Quanta Magazine
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Coronavirus surge swamping hospitals prompts indefinite California lockdown

California's most densely populated area continues to set new death and hospitalization records and will remain under strict stay-home orders for the foreseeable future as another hospital-filling coronavirus surge looms in mere weeks, public health officials said.

Jan 08, 2021 by KTVU FOX 2
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Nurse Contracts Covid A Week After Getting Vaccine. And He's Not The Only One

As the highly touted Covid vaccine makes its way into the arms of nurses, doctors, elderly, and others who are immuno-compromised, it appears as though it isn't as effective as we were led to believe. An ER nurse in San Diego received his Covid vaccination last week.

Jan 08, 2021 by Brock Simmons - The Gateway Pundit
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Plague of Liars: Nuremberg Code Outlaws Forced Medical Procedures, Which INCLUDES Mandatory Vaccinations

Some people might not be familiar with the verb "to dissemble", but we all need to become familiar with it, because there is a lot of dissembling going on. It basically means to deliberately conceal something or obfuscate it, so that one's...

Dec 29, 2020 by Sott.net
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How Elon Musk, Blue Origin, and the US could set up the first extraterrestrial government

The moment when the first human sets foot on Mars is becoming ever-closer. The 140 million mile distance between Earth and the Red Planet is set to be breached within the next two decades, Nasa predicts.

Dec 29, 2020 by The Independent
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Direct visualization of quantum dots reveals shape of quantum wave function

Trapping and controlling electrons in bilayer graphene quantum dots yields a promising platform for quantum information technologies. Researchers at UC Santa Cruz have now achieved the first direct visualization of quantum dots in bilayer graphene, revealing the shape of the quantum wave function of the trapped electro

Dec 29, 2020 by nanotechnologyworld
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New Study Shows Mask Mandates Had Zero Effect in Florida or Nationwide, But the Lie Continues

Obviously, no amount of evidence, data, trends, facts, studies, or science will ever convince most 'public health officials' that masks aren't doing squat to stop the spread of COVID-19. Cases and deaths continue to spike (yes, many of these are super-sensitive PCR test-driven numbers, but still) despite the fact that well over 90% of the country are complying with their absurd mandates.

Dec 29, 2020 by Scott Morefield - Townhall
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Did Scientists Stumble on a Battery that Lasts Forever?

Imagine a battery that could be recharged for decades. No more getting rid of cell phones because of waning battery life. No more landfills filled with lithium ion batteries. This is one step closer to reality, thanks to work by researchers from the University of California at Irvine.

Dec 29, 2020 by Emily Matchar - Smithsonian Mag
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Physician Indicted for Selling Hydroxychloroquine as COVID Cure

Editor's note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape's Coronavirus Resource Center. Federal law enforcement officials have issued an eight-count indictment against a doctor they say illegally imported and sold hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) as a curative for COVID-19.

Dec 29, 2020 by Alicia Ault - Medscape
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Mask Mandates Seem to Make CCP Virus Infection Rates Climb, Study Says

Protective-mask mandates aimed at combating the spread of the CCP virus that causes the disease COVID-19 appear to promote its spread, according to a report from RationalGround.com, a clearinghouse of COVID-19 data trends that's run by a grassroots group of data analysts, computer scientists, and actuaries.

Dec 29, 2020 by Matthew Vadum - The Epoch Times
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Coca Cola tests positive for Covid

Cola positiv. Ok. RT unbedingt erwünscht! pic.twitter.com/5VzbhnQKWI - Markus Schneider (@MarkusS18532449) December 10, 2020 An Austrian parliamentary member demonstrated the defectiveness of the government's Covid-19 tests by showing how a glass of coke yields a positive result.

Dec 29, 2020 by CITIZEN FREE PRESS
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ITER Is a Suicidal Plan That Would Discredit Nuclear Fusion, Scientist Says, Again

Return to ITER Power Facts Main Page A retired plasma physicist has given New Energy Times permission to republish critical letters he wrote about the ITER fusion reactor project many years ago. He has done this despite risks associated with publicly criticizing the international project.

Dec 14, 2020 by Steven B. Krivit - New Energy Times LENR
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Australian Covid vaccine dropped over false positive HIV result

Development of a Covid-19 vaccine in Australia was abandoned Friday after clinical trials produced a false positive HIV result among subjects involved in early-stage testing. The result prompted the government to axe plans to purchase millions of doses of the candidate vaccine and instead increase orders of alternatives from AstraZeneca and Novax, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said.

Dec 14, 2020 by AFP via MSN
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More people died of suicide in Japan in one month than the entire coronavirus pandemic

Japan is struggling with a mental health crisis as the coronavirus pandemic rages on, with more people dying in one month from suicide than from COVID-19 all year long. CHRISSY TEIGEN REVEALS SHE'S IN A 'GRIEF DEPRESSION HOLE': 'I'LL BE FIXED SOON' The National Police Agency said suicides surged to 2,153 in October alone, with more than 17,000 people taking their own lives this year to date, CBS reported.

Dec 02, 2020 by Vandana Rambaran - Fox News
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A closer look at U.S. deaths due to COVID-19

According to new data, the U.S. currently ranks first in total COVID-19 cases, new cases per day and deaths. Genevieve Briand, assistant program director of the Applied Economics master's degree program at Hopkins, critically analyzed the effect of COVID-19 on U.S.

Dec 02, 2020 by The Johns Hopkins News-Letter
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Major Study Finds Masks Don't Reduce COVID-19 Infection Rates

A high-quality, large-scale Danish study finds no evidence that wearing a face mask significantly minimizes people's risk of contracting COVID-19. The randomized-control trial found no statistically significant difference in coronavirus infection rates between mask-wearers and non-mask-wearers. In fact, according to the data, mask usage may actually increase the likelihood of infection.

Nov 25, 2020 by Jordan Davidson - The Federalist
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Qantas Airways CEO Says COVID Vaccination Will be Mandatory For Travel

A man who was angry at a pair of female hikers for not wearing masks spat at them before claiming, "I have COVID." The video clip shows the man walking up to the pair before he spits towards them and says, "I have COVID, I've been tested positive," before spitting at them again.

Nov 25, 2020 by Paul Joseph Watson - Summit News
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WHO advises doctors not to use Gilead's Remdesivir for Covid-19 treatment

health Updated: Nov 21, 2020, 09:49 IST The World Health Organization recommended against using Gilead Sciences Inc.'s remdesivir to treat hospitalized Covid-19 patients less than a month after U.S. regulators granted the drug a speedy approval.

Nov 25, 2020 by Hindustan Times
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Penny-Sized Ionocraft Flies With No Moving Parts
A drone powered by electrohydrodynamic thrust is the smallest flying robot ever made
Nov 25, 2020 by Evan Ackerman - IEEE Spectrum
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Forced Vaccination Law in Denmark Abandoned After Public Protests

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer declared Sunday night that the state will effectively enter lockdown again, announcing several directives that must be adhered to by businesses and individuals. The Detroit News noted that "The new policies will temporarily halt in-person instruction at high schools and colleges, dine-in service at restaurants and bars, and high school athletics as well as close some businesses, including movie theaters, bowling alleys and casinos."

Nov 17, 2020 by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News
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Cryo-electron microscopy breaks the atomic resolution barrier at last

If you want to map the tiniest parts of a protein, you only have a few options: You can coax millions of individual protein molecules to align into crystals and analyze them using x-ray crystallography. Or you can flash-freeze copies of the protein and bombard them with electrons, a lower resolution method called cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM).

Oct 24, 2020 by Science | AAAS
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The Next Big Thing in Pharma: Buy American

On August 6, 2020, President Donald J. Trump signed an executive order mandating the federal government to buy and give preference to certain "essential" drugs and medical supplies developed and made in the U.S. over those from overseas. The move is expected to plug gaps in the pharmaceutical supply chain that have been exposed by the coronavirus pandemic.

Aug 10, 2020 by Biotech District
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Battling the Human Trafficking Fight - Part 1

(“Evil People Will Push The Limits of Evil Deeds to Feed their Sick Addiction and Greed”)

Special thanks to GUEST AUTHOR Tim Easton, Owner of Castle Defense 360 IED Response & Active Shooter Instructor, Tactics Trainer, Physical Security & Anti-Terrorism Expert

May 12, 2020 by Special Guest Author - Tim Easton, Anti-Terrorism Expert
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Battling the Human Trafficking Fight - Part 2 The Social Media Danger

(“Evil People Will Push The Limits of Evil Deeds to Feed their Sick Addiction and Greed”)

Special thanks to GUEST AUTHOR Tim Easton, Owner of Castle Defense 360 IED Response & Active Shooter Instructor, Tactics Trainer, Physical Security & Anti-Terrorism Expert

May 12, 2020 by Special Guest Author - Tim Easton, Anti-Terrorism Expert
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China Rx

Rosemary Gibson talks about the risks of the U.S. depending on China to supply the essential ingredients for many of our most widely used medicines.

Feb 25, 2020 by C-SPAN.org
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U North Carolina Working With Wuhan Scientistis to Research Deadly Virus Functionalization for Human Infection

Evidence emerges that Wuhan scientists, on a grant from the Chinese National Science Foundation, have been working directly with University of North Carolina Researcher Ralph S. Baric, on functionalization of coronavirus to make it able to infect humans via the ACE2 gene receptor. This comes in light of the continuing global outbreaks of an airborne coronavirus able to infect humans, and resulting quarantine of 740M people across all provinces of China, as tens of thousands die in just months.

Feb 20, 2020 by Vineet D Menachery
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Lasers could cut lifespan of nuclear waste from "a million years to 30 minutes," says Nobel laureate

Mourou was the co-recipient of his Nobel with Donna Strickland for their development of Chirped Pulse Amplification (CPA) at the University of Rochester. In his speech, he referred to his "passion for extreme light."CPA produces high-intensity, super-short optical pulses that pack a tremendous amoun...

Dec 29, 2020 by Robby Berman - Big Think
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Psilocybin Shows Potential as Migraine Treatment - Neuroscience News

Source: Neuroscience News A small-scale study conducted by researchers at Yale University reveals psilocybin, a naturally occurring psychedelic compound in "magic mushrooms", appears to be effective in the treatment of migraine disorders. Previous studies have shown psilocybin to show promise in the treatment of migraines and cluster headaches, but most of the results have been anecdotal.

Nov 25, 2020 by Neuroscience News
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The Plan to Turn Scrapped Rockets Into Space Stations

In early October, a dead Soviet satellite and the abandoned upper stage of a Chinese rocket narrowly avoided a collision in low Earth orbit. If the objects had crashed, the impact would have blown them to bits and created thousands of new pieces of dangerous space debris.

Nov 17, 2020 by Daniel Oberhaus
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A Finnish company is making food out of thin air

A Finnish company has announced the development of a new carbon-neutral protein powder called Solein, derived from carbon dioxide, water, and solar energy. Similar in appearance and taste to wheat, the potential uses for the protein are exciting.

Nov 07, 2020 by Robby Berman via Big Think
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A Star Surgeon Left a Trail of Dead Patients-and His Whistleblowers Were Punished

Eve Herold is a science writer specializing in issues at the intersection of science and society. She has written and spoken extensively about stem cell research and regenerative medicine and the social and bioethical aspects of leading-edge medicine. Her 2007 book, Stem Cell Wars, was awarded a Commendation in Popular Medicine by the British Medical Association.

Oct 24, 2020 by Eve Herold - Leapsmag
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Broad Institute Research Roundup - June 2019
Science & Medicine Articles · Jun 21, 2019 by Broad Institute

Seeing cells through a DNA lens, bringing new autism genes to the forefront, mining tuberculosis mutants for new treatment options, and more.


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Standard model is wrong. Quark isn't real.
Conspiracy News · Sep 06, 2021 by Biglobe

Top page (correct Bohr model including helium ) Special relaivity is wrong. SUSY is a waste of time and money. QCD uses artificial algorithm. I congratulate Englert and Higgs on winning Nobel physics prize. But sorry for them, we have to look at again the present chaotic situation of physics calmly.


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NASA's Plan to Stop an Asteroid Headed for Earth
Science & Medicine News · Oct 11, 2020 by Freethink (Youtube)

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Coronavirus News: Pandemic drones to monitor fever, crowds from above
Tech News · Apr 16, 2020 by Dan Krauth

ELIZABETH, New Jersey (WABC) -- As city and state leaders work to figure out how to reopen daily life safely, some places are looking to technology to help make that happen -- technology that could be hovering above us. Cities like Elizabeth, New Jersey, are already deploying drones with automated voice messages reminding people to keep their distance.


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Direct Multipixel Imaging and Spectroscopy of an Exoplanet
Science & Medicine News · Apr 08, 2020 by NASA

Direct Multipixel Imaging and Spectroscopy of an Exoplanet with a Solar Gravitational Lens Mission


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Old human cells rejuvenated with stem cell technology
Science & Medicine News · Mar 26, 2020 by Stanford Med News

During this process the cells not only shed any memories of their previous identities, but they revert to a younger state. They accomplish this transformation by wiping their DNA clean of the molecular tags that not only differentiate, say, a skin cell from a heart muscle cell, but of other tags that accumulate as a cell ages.


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Recipe for neuromorphic processing systems?
Tech News · Mar 26, 2020 by Neuroscience News

Source: American Institute of Physics During the 1990s, Carver Mead and colleagues combined basic research in neuroscience with elegant analog circuit design in electronic engineering. This pioneering work on neuromorphic electronic circuits inspired researchers in Germany and Switzerland to explore the possibility of reproducing the physics of real neural circuits by using the physics of silicon.


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Antibodies in the brain trigger epilepsy
Science & Medicine News · Mar 25, 2020 by Neuroscience News

Source: University of Bonn Certain forms of epilepsy are accompanied by inflammation of important brain regions. Researchers at the University of Bonn have now identified a mechanism that explains this link. Their results may also pave the way to new therapeutic options in the medium term.


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Logistical and Technical Exploration into the Origins of the Wuhan Strain of Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Science & Medicine Blogs · Jan 17, 2021 by Harvard to the Big House

An accessible and comprehensive YouTube summary of the report below by a Professor of Neurobiology at the University of Pittsburgh's Medical School is available here. And you can read our takedown of Nature magazine's recent article claiming COVID-19 definitely wasn't from a lab here. Read the peer reviewed research paper this article formed the base ...


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Trichomes Are the Key to Most Potent Cannabis Flowers
Science & Medicine Blogs · Dec 29, 2020 by Mike Adams - Cannabis Now

For the diehard cannabis connoisseur, one whose only mission in life is the quest for the eternal buzz, tracking down that one marijuana strain that really kicks them in the boo-boo can be tough. It means visiting one dispensary after another, where, often, none of the staff ever seems willing to break out the secret stash from the back.


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Antibodies against polyethylene glycol in healthy subjects and in patients treated with PEG-conjugated agents
Science & Medicine Blogs · Dec 29, 2020 by Taylor & Francis - Abstract

In contrast to the accepted general assumption that polyethylene glycol (PEG) is non-immunogenic and non-antigenic, animal studies clearly showed that uricase, ovalbumin and some other PEGylated agents can elicit antibody formation against PEG (anti-PEG).


tags: #antigenicity #anti-peg #immunogenicity #pegylated-proteins #pegylation #polyethylene-glycol
Scientists build whole functioning thymus from human cells
Science & Medicine Blogs · Dec 14, 2020 by Scienmag

Researchers at the Francis Crick Institute and University College London have rebuilt a human thymus, an essential organ in the immune system, using human stem cells and a bioengineered scaffold. Their work is an important step towards being able to build artificial thymi which could be used as transplants. The...


tags: #thymus #organ-scaffold #thymic-epithelial-cells #interstitial-cells #thymic-stem-cells #t-lymphocytes
Fragments of energy - not waves or particles - may be the fundamental building blocks of the universe
Science & Medicine Blogs · Dec 13, 2020 by Larry M. Silverberg - The Conversation

Matter is what makes up the universe, but what makes up matter? This question has long been tricky for those who think about it - especially for the physicists. Reflecting recent trends in physics, my colleague Jeffrey Eischen and I have described an updated way to think about matter.


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Researchers develop unique process for producing light-matter mixture
Science & Medicine Blogs · Dec 13, 2020 by UMinn - Phys Org

In groundbreaking new research, an international team of researchers led by the University of Minnesota Twin Cities has developed a unique process for producing a quantum state that is part light and part matter. The discovery provides fundamental new insights for more efficiently developing the next generation of quantum-based optical and electronic devices.


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Dr. Glanville: Immunoengineering Breadth & the Nature of Adaptive Immune Interfaces
Science & Medicine Blogs · Oct 29, 2020 by Centivax

Scripps Education: Immunology & Microbiology Bicoastal Seminar Series Webinar. #covid19 #coronavirus #biotech #drjacobglanville #biotechnologycompany #vaccin...


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Revolver Exclusive Study: COVID-19 Lockdowns Over 10 Times More Deadly Than Pandemic Itself
Science & Medicine Blogs · Oct 24, 2020 by Revolver

On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization officially classified COVID-19 as a global pandemic. In the following weeks, the countries of the world began implementing previously unthinkable measures to prevent the spread of the virus. In the United States, some states quickly locked down nearly all physical businesses, venues, and public areas.



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