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Scientists find way to make old human cells young again

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Scientists have discovered how to make old human cells young again through rejuvenation. It’s an exciting discovery that could change the way humans age but don’t get your hopes up, these things will never see the light of the day. They will be kept secret and used by elites who rule over you plebeians. Researchers at the University of Exeter and University of Brighton found they could rejuvenate... 

Careers For Those Who Want To Be Scientists

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The new future is near. The latest events of the science world have shown that the ideas of living on other planets, high-speed underground roads and even the real opportunity to cure cancer will never be stupid or crazy anymore. It is not just a matter of the outcome, that is, the incredible things we will use in our everyday life, but the new educational system as well. That system will be responsible... 

Scientists Discover Major Reason Behind Cancer, May Find Cure for the Disease

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Researchers have taken a new step toward tackling the ruthless disease claiming some eight million lives annually. Scientists came to the conclusion that changes in the immune system are a key factor that provokes cancer, along with genetic mutations. The prevention and treatment of cancer should be based on immune-related factors rather than only genetic ones, a research team from the University... 

Chinese Police Begin Using Facial Recognition Sunglasses to Find Suspects

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Police in China have begun using sunglasses equipped with facial recognition technology in order to locate wanted suspects. The new tool, given to officers in Central China’s Henan Province, has reportedly led to the arrest of more than 30 people at the Zhengzhou East Railway Station since Thursday. According to China News Service, the country’s second largest state-owned news agency, seven kidnapping... 

US Army Now Holding Drills With Ground Robots That Shoot

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In a historic first, the Army conducted a live fire exercise with a remote-controlled ground combat vehicle armed with a .50-caliber machine gun. It plans to conduct more exercises with more heavily armed ground robots within the next couple of years. The demonstration was part of the annual Northern Strike exercise, which took place last July and August at Michigan’s Camp Grayling. Primarily geared... 

Ex-Facebook, Google Employees Turn Against Social Media Giants

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The largest supercomputers in the world are inside of two companies… we’re pointing them at people’s brains, at children. Former Facebook and Google employees are speaking out against what they say are societal dangers posed by social media and smartphones. The group, which recently banded together to form the Center for Humane Technology, has teamed up with media watchdog Common Sense Media... 

Fertility secrets of the Pharaohs: 4,400-year-old tomb discovered in Egypt

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An ancient 4,400-year-old tomb has been discovered outside Cairo, Egypt. The remarkable find was unveiled to the public on Saturday near the country’s famed pyramids of Giza. The tomb is said to be that of a high-ranking ancient Egyptian priestess known as Hetpet. Archaeologists believe that she was close to fifth dynasty (c. 2,500 BC) Egyptian royalty. Hetpet is thought to have been a priestess... 

Nordics dropping in IQ, becoming as dumb as Rocks

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The long and prosperous era of growing IQ results is now being challenged by dramatically declining results in Scandinavia. This trend may expand to engulf more countries, researchers warn. Contrary to the 20th century trend of nations performing better in tests measuring intelligence (IQ), the Scandinavian countries have been experiencing a continuous drop in IQ in the past decades. In the so-called... 

Swedish Brain Researcher Says Tablets and TVs Cause IQ Drop

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Ever since IQ tests were introduced in the 1930s, the intelligence curve has pointed upwards – as societies evolve, people become smarter. In recent years, though, IQ levels have begun to decline at an alarming rate. Swedish brain researcher Martin Ingvar, who has 35 years of experience in neuroscience, ascribed part of the blame for shrinking intellectual capacity to television and the overuse... 

Apple faces US govt probe over performance-destroying iPhone update

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The US government has reportedly opened up an investigation into tech giant Apple amid a torrent of lawsuits alleging the company used an iPhone update to intentionally slow down older models. According to Bloomberg News, citing sources with knowledge of the matter, the US Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission have requested information from Apple as part of a probe into... 

Russian Battle Bot Development Could Eclipse US Program

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Even though military assets inherited by Russia from the former Soviet Union were less advanced than the US arsenal, it’s no secret that the Kremlin has been developing weaponized armed forces robotics – from unmanned vehicles to fully autonomous artificial intelligence. The Russian military has been testing unmanned ground vehicles over the last few years, including the Nerekhta, the Uran-9,... 

China's Army Recruits Top Scientists to Develop Quantum Technology and AI

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China is looking to the future as it embarks on a mission to develop cutting-edge technologies in order to become the new military tech superpower. China has selected 120 top specialists to work in a leading research institute to push the development of artificial intelligence and quantum technologies for military applications, the South China Morning Post reports, citing state media. It’s been... 

Russian, German Physicists Create 'Impossible' Material for Quantum Computers

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The researchers, supervised by Professor Alexei Ustinov, the head of the MISiS Superconducting Metamaterials Lab, has created the world’s first metamaterial-based ‘mirror’ qubits, which can be used as a control element in superconducting electrical circuits. The breakthrough was led by scientists from Russia’s MISiS National University of Science & Technology, in cooperation... 

Sex Robot developer claims robots will be able to remain Pregnant and give Birth

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Sex robots are becoming increasingly popular around the world, and one cyber visionary even claims that the machines will one day become capable of having orgasms and giving birth. The evolution of sexbots continues and they are on track to become fully-fledged cyborgs that possess artificial intelligence and can even react to their partners’ actions. Sergi Santos, the developer of one of the most... 

New DNA study finds Ancient Egyptians were European whites, not black Africans

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A map showing the main areas of immigrant populations that contributed to Egyptian heritage between 1400 BCE and 400 CE. The first ever full-genome analysis of Ancient Egyptians shows they were more European than African. Scientists analysed ancient DNA from Egyptian mummies dating from 1400 BC to 400 AD and discovered they shared genes with people from the Mediterranean. They found that ancient Egyptians... 
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