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Stephen Hawking Says People Can Escape Black Holes

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Humans can avoid being swallowed by a black hole, according to a new theory by prominent British astrophysicist Stephen Hawking. Noted UK astrophysicist Stephen Hawking has suggested that disappearing into black holes may not represent permanent disappearance, media reports said. Speaking at a conference in Stockholm’s KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Hawking argued that black holes “are... 

Cancerous cells turned back healthy by American scientists

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Cancer cells are seen with an electron microscope. American scientists from Florida have discovered a process to turn cancer cells back into normal cells by restoring the balance of key molecules controlling specific cellular functions. A group of researchers from the Mayo Clinic carried out the research published in the journal Nature: Cell Biology on Monday. Utilizing the new method in laboratory... 

Alien Spaceship found crashed on Mars Human Face site

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If you thought Star Destroyers were only found in Star Wars flicks, you may be wrong. A photo taken by NASA’s Mars Curiosity Rover shows an object that, to some UFO lovers, looks like the same warships seen on the big screen. “I found this anomaly in the latest Curiosity Rover photo. The black object looks like a crashed UFO,” wrote UFO Sightings contributor Scott C. Waring. He added... 

US Scientists discover Obesity Gene and it can be "Turned Off"

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Researchers have managed to identify a generic ‘console’ that makes some people more prone to obesity. But this ‘console’ can be switched off. So those who enjoy a Big Mac and sitting in front of TV instead of working out can lose weight while asleep. The so-called FTO region that “harbors the strongest genetic association with obesity” was identified in the study conducted by scientists... 

Too Much Sugar is Bad for the Eyesight

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Brazilians, amongst other western nations, consume 4-5 times more sugar than the quantity recommended by the WHO (World Health Organization). Learn how it affects your eyes. Sugar consumption is growing worldwide and has become a major public health issue in several countries. Sugar consumption is growing worldwide and has become a major public health issue in several countries. Brazil is one of them.... 

Canadian company patents 20km Space Elevator

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A towering structure rising 20 kilometers into the air with its top in the sky may sound like something out of an Old Testament passage or science fiction novel, but a Canadian space company has proposed just that to cut the costs of space exploration. Last month Thoth Technology was granted a United States patent for a “space elevator,” which would be more than 20 times taller than the 829-metre-high... 

Terminator-like robot let loose in US woods

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A Google subsidiary has taken a large step, quite literally, in trying to make humanoid robots as realistic as possible. Its creation, an Atlas robot, was able to walk unaided across rough terrain, a vast improvement over recent failures at the Robot Olympics. If you go out in the woods today, you’re sure of a big surprise – that would be sound advice for residents around the Boston area.... 

US May Forget About Air Supremacy With F-35

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Don’t be fooled by the sounds of champagne corks popping, there is nothing to celebrate about the newest F-35 stealth warplane whom defense analyst David Axe calls a “second-rate” fighter “seriously outclassed by even older Russian and Chinese jets” let alone cutting edge aircraft. The Pentagon’s darling has recently received some positive coverage. Defense contractor... 

Humans killed the Mammoths and Sabretooth Tigers according to new study

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Two recent studies into ancient animal extinction appear to diametrically contradict each other, after a new university study claimed it was humans, and not climate change, that caused the demise of mammoths, sabretooth tigers and other ancient species. Just last July, research from the University of Adelaide and the University of New South Wales in Australia, published in the journal Science, made... 

LA dumps 20K shade balls into reservoir to stop evaporation

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Desperate to preserve its water supply amid a four-year drought, Los Angeles is turning a reservoir into a ball pit. It may not seem like the most scientific approach, but officials say the “shade balls” will protect valuable H2O in the City of Angels. Bringing new meaning to the term “throwing shade,” authorities claim the black, plastic balls will preserve the Van Normal reservoir’s water... 

Brazilian invents Motorbike that Drives 500 kms with just 1 Liter of Water

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A Brazilian man, Ricardo Azevedo from Sao Paulo, has shown off his wonder bike to the world. The magic machine can travel up to 500 kilometers on a liter of water. The so-called “T Power H20” vehicle is powered by water and an external car battery to produce electricity and split the hydrogen from the water molecules. As a result, combustion is created giving the motorbike the impetus to move. In... 

Putin Orders Spacecraft Debris Removed From Iran As Alien Fleet Circles Earth

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A report just issued by the Ministry of Defense (MoD) states that at today’s Security Council of Russia meeting, President Putin authorized the removal and transportation back to Federation territory of the debris collected by both Russian and Iranian military and scientific specialists from the alien spacecraft shot down over the Republic of Iran on 31 July. The MoD had previously reported on the... 

ISS astronauts eat space grown lettuce salad

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NASA photo shows a crop of “Outredgeous” red romaine lettuce from the Veggie plant growth system on the International Space Station. For the first time astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) have eaten fresh food grown in space. The red romaine lettuce, dubbed “space salad” by the station’s occupants, was grown from seeds in zero gravity under special LED lights in a... 

Windows 10 stirs Espionage fears in Russian Communists

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A senior Communist functionary claims that the end-user service agreement attached to the new Windows 10 OS violates the Russian law requiring the personal data of Russian citizens to be collected and processed only by specially-licensed companies. Vadim Solovyov, the chief lawyer of the Communist Party in the State Duma addressed Prosecutor General Yury Chaika with an official request to launch a... 

UK MoD Released Deadly Bacteria on London Tube

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Chemical warfare was trialed on British military personnel and potentially lethal biological agents were unleashed on an unsuspecting public as part of Ministry of Defense (MOD) experiments carried out over fifty years, a shocking new book reveals. In his latest work, entitled ‘Secret Science: A Century of Poison Warfare and Human Experiments,’ University of Kent historian Ulf Schmidt presents... 
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