Nose can detect 1 trillion odors

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      Human sense of smell can detect more than 1 trillion odors:   Humans can discriminate several million different colors and nearly half a million sounds or tones, so by showing we can discriminate over 1 trillion odors, … Continue reading

Lab grows self healing muscle tissue

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Engineered muscle fibers are strong and could self-repair:       Scientists have grown living muscle in the lab that not only looks and works like the real thing, but also heals by itself – a significant step in tissue … Continue reading

Alcoholics Anonymous has low success rate

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Rehab Culture Have Shockingly Low Success Rate:   Alcoholics Anonymous is a part of our nation’s fabric. In the seventy-six years since AA was created, 12-step programs have expanded to include over three hundred different organizations, focusing on such diverse … Continue reading

Big Pharma Criminality

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No longer a conspiracy theory: Bribery, fraud, price fixing now a matter of public record:                         Those of us who have long been describing the pharmaceutical industry as a … Continue reading

Super Humans by 2040

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Nanotechnology continues to advance as experts expect, within 30 years it could give us ‘superhuman’ abilities:     We are already seeing the effects of Phase 1 of the Nanotechnology Revolution. It is supplying new super strong materials such as Graphene, it is providing … Continue reading

New gene with a key role in obesity

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New gene with a key role in obesity: The researchers observed that blocking the expression of TRIP- Br2 gene protects mice against obesity and insulin resistance . The study shows that the gene modulates fat storage by regulating energy expenditure … Continue reading

Microbes living in the skin

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Microbes living in the skin of patients with primary immunodeficiencies: Our skin is home to millions of microorganisms that cause disease, however, if our immune system influences these microbial communities to prevent the disease is unknown . In a study … Continue reading

Four emotions vs. Six

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Humans use four basic emotions rather than six: A commonly held belief , first proposed by Dr. Paul Ekman, posits that there are six basic emotions that are universally recognized and easily interpreted through specific facial expressions, regardless of language … Continue reading

Brain processes images in 13 milliseconds

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Brain processes images in 13 milliseconds:   MIT scientists have discovered that the human brain is capable of processing images of about 10 times faster than previous studies have shown. In the new study , participants were shown a series … Continue reading

Thai ex-civil servant

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Bangkok: A Thai court has ordered more than $1.4m in assets seized from a former top civil servant whose wealth was revealed when burglars robbed his house. The Civil Court said on Friday that former Transport Ministry Permanent Secretary Supoj … Continue reading

Black Phones to combat Police Software

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Things that can be undeleted from your phone using police software: Software like Oxygen Forensic and AccessData allows anyone to recover data from phones and other mobile devices even after it has been deleted or undergone a factory reset. Almost all … Continue reading

Nanoparticles could block HIV transmission

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Silver nanoparticles could block HIV transmission:       According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1.1 million people in the U.S. are infected with the human immunodeficiency virus. But new research has detailed the creation of a … Continue reading

World’s first Carbon Fiber printer

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World’s first Carbon Fiber printed machine:   Carbon fiber is strong and lightweight. Building with it is both intimidatingly complex and prohibitively expensive—which is why Mark Forged has developed this new 3D printer which can build objects layer-by-layer using the … Continue reading

Attracted to Neanderthals

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Attracted to Neanderthals:   Two new studies regarding our genetic relationship with Neanderthals have reached similar conclusions : Makes between 85,000 and 37,000 years after modern humans migrated groups outside Africa, who mated with Neanderthals. Neanderthals died out 30,000 years … Continue reading

Disease picked up through interbreeding with Neanderthals

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Disease in people today were picked up through interbreeding with Neanderthals:   Genome studies reveal that our species (Homo sapiens) mated with Neanderthals after leaving Africa. But what was clear before this Neanderthal DNA did and if there was any … Continue reading

Monsanto Says its going Organic

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 Monsanto Says its going Organic: The company , whose name is synonymous with big Ag has revolutionized the way we grow food – for good or ill . Activists insulted by such practices mustache – spinning like suing farmers who … Continue reading

Signs Of Consciousness Found In Rats Brains After Death

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Signs Of Consciousness Found In Rats Brains After Death:     Jim Borjigin equipment University of Michigan electrodes implanted in the surface of the brains of nine rats , then animals were injected with potassium chloride , stop the heart … Continue reading

85 Elites Have As Much Wealth As Half The World’s Population

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85 People, a group that could easily fit on a single subway car: The extent to which both global wealth has become cornered by a virtual handful of so-called “global elite” is exposed in a new report by Oxfam on … Continue reading

Plants Energy Through Quantum Entanglement

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Plants Energy Through Quantum Entanglement:   Biophysical theorize that plants exploit the mysterious world of quantum entanglement in photosynthesis . The evidence to date has been purely circumstantial, but now scientists have discovered a characteristic of plants that can not … Continue reading

What Happens When Body Dies

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Scientists Close To Understanding What Happens When Body Dies:     Scientists are stretching the limits of what happens when the body dies – and learn more about ways to stop the process.     Death is the end result for 100 … Continue reading

Smoking increases child being gay

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A woman’s lifestyle during pregnancy is directly linked to  whether they may be gay, or having an impact on their IQ     Women who smoke or who lead a stressful life during pregnancy can affect sexuality and your child’s … Continue reading

Pain Sensitivity in Brain Structure

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Brain Structure Predicts Pain Sensitivity: Some people feel pain more intensely than others, and new research suggests differences in pain sensitivity may be related to differences in brain structure . In a new study , the researchers asked 116 healthy … Continue reading

The Brain cleans itself while Sleeping

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Scientists discover the first real reason we need sleep:   Scientists report that the first major mechanical reason our brain needs sleep – certain cleaning mechanisms in the brain work better when we shut down the brain . Similar to … Continue reading

Chemists produced artificial plastic cell

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First Plastic Cell With Working Organelle: It is hard for chemists to match the chemistry in living cells In their laboratories.  In a cell many complex reactions are taking place in an overfull Simultaneously , small container , in various … Continue reading

237 Millionaires serving in Congress

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There are 237 millionaires serving in Congress , according to 2008 figures:   That’s a slight decrease from the previous year , when 239 millionaires in the House and Senate were recorded. But still reflects the fact that the average … Continue reading

Y Chromosome Retains Key Genes for Fertility

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Study Dispels Theories of Y Chromosome’s Demise:   “Y chromosome has lost 90 percent of genes that once shared with the X chromosome, and some scientists have speculated that the Y chromosome will disappear in less than 5 million years … Continue reading

Artificial Bone Marrow

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Researchers Develop Artificial Bone Marrow: Blood cells such as erythrocytes or immune cells are continuously replaced by new supplied hematopoietic stem cells are found in a specialized bone marrow niche . Hematopoietic stem cells can be used for treatment of … Continue reading

Red Blood Cells Take On New Geometry During Clotting

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Red Blood Cells Take On Many-Sided Shapes:                       Red blood cells are real levers of change in body shape, perhaps the most malleable of all cell types , transformation – … Continue reading

New chip incorporating ultra-low consumption

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New chip consumes 50 million times less than a conventional light bulb:     Low consumption means the device can be powered by reducing energy collected from the environment ( light, vibrations , temperature variations , etc. . ) Thus, … Continue reading

Life does not end and it can last forever

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Quantum Theory Proves Consciousness Moves To Another Universe At Death:   Lance is an expert in regenerative medicine and chief scientific officer of Advanced Cell Technology Company. Before he was known for his extensive research that deals with stem cells, … Continue reading

Microscopic Bubbles Baffle Scientists

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Microscopic Bubbles Baffle Ocean Scientists: The most abundant photosynthetic organism in the world throws countless small sacs in the oceans , which could be having a dramatic impact on marine ecosystems , according to a new study. These sprouts contain … Continue reading

NSA should track every American email

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NSA should track every American email:   If you think that President Obama to review the National Security Agency panel was purely in loosening of its scope , think again. One participant said on Sunday that the NSA recommends tracking … Continue reading

Firm denies accepting bribe from NSA

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Firm denies accepting bribe from NSA:   More details came to light of the National Security Agency U.S. to break encryption schemes that protect personal communications and financial transactions on the Internet. Reuters reported that RSA, a Internet encryption firms … Continue reading

Three fundamental issues about Alzheimer’s

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Three fundamental issues about Alzheimer’s:   ” It has been known for years that Alzheimer ‘s disease in a region of the brain called the entorhinal cortex, ” said co -author Scott A. Small , MD , Boris Katz and … Continue reading

Microsoft security is worthless

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Microsoft security is worthless: A assessment of Dennis Technology Labs , users antivirus software Microsoft might want to think about installing other malware protection . Dennis Technology Labs, the independent testing laboratory software based in London , released a quarterly … Continue reading