Home » Science


Unvaccinated Youth Have Much Lower Rates of Chronic Illness

Post Pic
The first peer-reviewed study comparing health outcomes of vaccinated children versus unvaccinated was recently published in the Journal of Translational Science by epidemiologists from the School of Public Health at Jackson State University. The study’s conclusions are likely to inflame the fierce debate over whether vaccines and a mercury-containing vaccine preservative may be culprits in the... 

Broken pig bones healed using tiny bubbles & ultrasound

Post Pic
A team of scientists has successfully repaired the broken bones of lab animals without invasive surgery, by using microbubbles and ultrasound to stimulate the growth of stem cells. In a study published in the journal Science Translational Medicine on Wednesday, Maxim Bez and a team of Cedars Sinai-led scientists were able to facilitate the natural growth of stem cells to create more bone marrow in... 

Cartels Smuggle 1,100 Pounds of Pot to US in New Ford Fusions

Post Pic
The war on drugs is never ending, with smugglers finding new and creative ways to bring their goods across the border. New 2017 Ford Fusions shipped from Mexico had their spare tires swapped for packages of marijuana, not only making their way to dealer lots but onto the driveway of an 86-year-old Minnesota man. According to Alpha News, more than 1,100 pounds of marijuana were recovered from 22 vehicles,... 

Daily dose of cannabis extract could help memory in old age

Post Pic
It’s a simple fact of life, with old age comes cognitive decline. However, a group of German researchers believes a daily dose of cannabis extract could help boost memory and learning potential in elderly people. In a study published Tuesday in the journal Nature Medicine, researchers from the University of Bonn, Germany, found that regular doses of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main psychoactive... 

Russian Scientists Turn Nanomaterial Into Weapon Against HIV

Post Pic
Researchers at the Russian Academy of Sciences have managed to transform a nanomaterial into a potent weapon against HIV. Scientists at the Russian Academy of Science have discovered a way to dissolve a carbon nanomaterial known as fullerene in water, turning it into a substance capable of eradicating HIV molecules in a human body, according to an article published by the Organic & Biomolecular... 

A.I. to take over half of all jobs in next decade: China

Post Pic
Robots and artificial intelligence (AI) will replace humans in 50 percent of all jobs in just ten years, says Kai-Fu Lee, founder of venture capital firm Sinovation Ventures and a reputable Chinese technologist. According to Lee, AI represents the decision engine that would replace people. The tech expert stressed that its capabilities far exceed those of humanity. The corporations, which Sinovation... 

NASA shows mind-blowing images of Earth from a Billion miles away

Post Pic
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft captured an incredible final image of Earth from a billion miles away during its orbit of Saturn’s rings. The space probe was facing Earth’s Southern Atlantic Ocean, some 870 million miles (1.4 billion km) away, when the image of was captured on April 12, says Nasa. In a zoomed-in version of the image, Earth’s moon is also clearly visible, seeming to float alongside... 

70mn yo dinosaur eggs with embryos inside unearthed in Argentina

Post Pic
Archaeologists in Argentina have announced the discovery of several dinosaur eggs – believed to be nearly 70 million years old and with the remainders of its embryos. The eggs were found several years ago at a site called Auca Mahuevo in the southern region of Patagonia by a shepherd, but the find was only made public this week by local Cultural Heritage Director, Claudia Della Negra, Argentina’s... 

NASA shows stunning close-up photos of Jupiter's clouds

Post Pic
NASA has shared an incredible close-up portrait of Jupiter taken from the Juno probe during its fifth flyby of the giant planet. The snap was captured by the JunoCam on March 27, as the spacecraft completed its latest orbit, at a distance of about 12,400 miles (20,000km) from the massive planet. Social media users were quick to comment on the unusual shape of Jupiter in the image. However, NASA explained... 

Sweden Wants to BAN CARS After Terrorist Attack

Post Pic
Sweden experienced its first terrorist attack in Stockholm, shortly after a Muslim driver from Uzbekistan rammed though a crowd of people, the Swedish media is now calling for a car ban. Cars have turned into deadly weapons, the article says. They have been easy to steal and then nothing has been able to stop their advance. In Nice, Berlin, Jerusalem, London and Stockholm, they have been used as effective... 

Australians sue Apple for refusing to repair error

Post Pic
Hundreds of Australian consumers are suing US Apple company for violating consumer rights by allegedly refusing to look at or repair some iPads and iPhones previously serviced by a third party. Australia’s consumer watchdog agency, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), announced on Thursday that it had filed a legal complaint on behalf of 275 consumers against Apple Pty Limited... 

Trump Takes Drugs that Impair His Thinking, That's Why He Attacked Syria

Post Pic
BREAKING NEWS ladies and gentlemen! We have just discovered that US President Donald Trump is being administered drugs which have incredibly negative side effects for men both emotionally and physically while making life and death decisions. In an interview with the New York Times, President Donald Trump’s long-time physician, Dr. Harold N. Bornstein, noted that the leader’s PSA levels are low... 

Idaho's $4.3 Million Solar Road Generates Enough Power To Run ONE Microwave

Post Pic
An expensive solar road project in Idaho can’t even power a microwave most days, according to the project’s energy data. The Solar FREAKIN’ Roadways project generated an average of 0.62 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity per day since it began publicly posting power data in late March. To put that in perspective, the average microwave or blow drier consumes about 1 kWh per day. On March 29th,... 

Huge potentially hazardous asteroid hurtling towards Earth

Post Pic
A huge 1km-wide asteroid is hurtling towards Earth, prompting astronomers to label it “potentially hazardous”. But don’t pack for Mars just yet – the giant space rock, ‘2014 JO25’, is expected to pass by our planet safely. According to NASA the encounter on April 19 will be the closest the asteroid comes to Earth in 400 years, and no projected future encounters will be as close for at... 

Mysterious X-ray flash in deep space has astronomers baffled

Post Pic
A mysterious flash of X-rays has been spotted by NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory in deep space, and astronomers are at a loss to explain it. The X-ray source, located in a region of the sky known as the Chandra Deep Field-South (CDF-S), was unremarkable before October 2014 – but then it erupted and became at least 1000 times brighter in a few hours. After about a day, the source had faded to... 
Copyright © 2009 The European Union Times – Breaking News, Latest News. All rights reserved.