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Critical “Space Threat” Warned Behind Historic US-Russian Rocket Launches

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A cryptic new report prepared by Aerospace Defence Forces (ADF) circulating in the Kremlin today on the successful test-firing of a Bulava submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) from the Borey-class Yury Dolgoruky (K-535) nuclear-powered submarine in the Barents Sea yesterday is linking this event with a mysterious “artifact” rushed to the International... 

Jupiter’s ‘one-eyed giant Cyclops’ captured by Hubble

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A stunning event captured by NASA’s Hubble Telescope shows a big black eye staring back from Jupiter’s Great Red Spot storm. In reality, it is shadow play on a planetary scale. The image was captured by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope as it tracked changes in Jupiter’s immense Great Red Spot storm, a storm that has been raging for over 300 years.... 

Scientists develop cancer-fighting stem cells in lab

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Scientists develop cancer-killing stem cells in lab. Researchers have developed a breakthrough method of turning stem cells into attackers to target and fight brain tumors. The newly designed way introduces stem cells engineered to produce toxins which are able to kill brain tumors, without succumbing to their effects. As a stem-cell-based therapy for cancer,... 

Saudi activists set to defy no-women driving law

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Activists in Saudi Arabia are set to defy a no-women driving law by getting behind the wheel amid warnings of punishment by officials. Saudi activists are encouraging women to drive themselves in public on Sunday on the anniversary of an October 26 campaign last year by female drivers in defiance of a driving ban in the kingdom. In recent weeks, campaigners... 

Dead hearts transplanted into living patients in surgical breakthrough

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Australian doctors have successfully transplanted hearts that have stopped beating, revolutionizing organ donation. The breakthrough is predicted to save the lives of 30 percent more heart transplant patients. After two decades of research, a team of surgeons at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney has transplanted three still hearts into living patients. The... 

King Tut’s parents were brother and sister claims virtual autopsy

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The boy king’s face as revealed by the ‘virtual autopsy’. With strong features cast in burnished gold, Tutankhamun’s burial mask projects an image of majestic beauty and royal power. But in the flesh, King Tut had buck teeth, a club foot and girlish hips, according to the most detailed examination ever of the ancient Egyptian pharaoh’s... 

Russia Goes On Full EMP Alert After Mars-Sun “Battle”

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A new report prepared by Aerospace Defence Forces (ADF) circulating in the Kremlin today states that the reason behind their ordering an immediate full-scale electromagnetic pulse (EMP) alert this past weekend was due to an astonishing, and as yet unexplained, 228 million kilometer (142 million mile) “plasma/electrical discharge” between the Sun and Mars... 

Canada to ship experimental Ebola vaccine to WHO

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Canada has planned to ship 800 vials of its Ebola vaccine to the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva to curb the outbreak of the disease. The experimental vaccines will be distributed by WHO in the countries most affected by the disease, the Public Health Agency of Canada announced. “The vaccine is undergoing clinical trials on humans at Walter... 

Three facts you did not know about the Moon

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It may seem that we know a lot more about the Moon than we do about any other celestial body. However, our natural satellite still hides many mysteries. There was time on Earth, when there was no Moon in the sky In the V century BC, Greek philosopher and astronomer Anaxagoras of Clazomenae wrote that according to his sources, the Moon appeared after the Earth... 

The living dead exist for real

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For centuries, people sincerely believed that the dead can rise from their graves. The most famous character is Dracula. In Lower Saxony, Germany, archaeologists found evidence to prove the existence of such zombies. Legends about vampires and zombies accompany the literary history of mankind. Not that long ago, in the area of ​​the town of Stade (a Hanseatic... 

Breakthrough device heralds future of cancer detection

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A brand new device, called Miriam, could simplify regular cancer screenings. Early cancer detection can save millions of lives but current diagnostic methods remain costly and invasive. However, a new startup is developing a device which could detect dozens of cancers with a single blood test. The Miriam test platform was recently presented at the TEDGlobal... 

Diversity losing support among white people as they become minority

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Psychologists at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) have concluded a study to see if White people have differing views on “diversity” as we become a minority. Professor Yuen Huo and doctoral student Felix Danbold from UCLA gathered 98 White people around the US, split them into two groups, and told the groups one of two statements. The first... 

Black Holes DON’T Exist and the Big Bang is MYTH, Scientist Offers Mathematical Proof

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A scientist from University of North Carolina states she has mathematical proof that black holes (illustrated) can’t exist. She said it is impossible for stars to collapse and form a singularity. Previously, scientists thought stars larger than the sun collapsed under their own gravity and formed black holes as they died. When a huge star many times the... 

Super-hungry black hole gobbles star at rate previously thought impossible

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An “ultraluminous” black hole P13 in a remote galaxy is consuming a gas cloud belonging to a neighboring star about ten times faster than scientists previously believed was possible. About 12 million light years from Earth, on the outskirts of the galaxy NGC 7793 the developments around a “luminous” black hole, known as P13, have caught the attention... 

New crystal steals oxygen from air, paves way for long, long plunge

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The crystalline material changes color when absorbing or releasing oxygen. Crystals are black when they are saturated with oxygen and pink when the oxygen has been released again. Danish scientists have invented a revolutionary crystalline material that can absorb and store oxygen in high concentrations. A bucket of such material can suck the oxygen out of a... 
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