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Researchers have predicted the “ethically sound” creation of the so-called designer babies by 2022 to spark a revolution to GM people
Genetically engineered babies 'within two years' as scientists make breakthrough - Daily Star
Science • by BoonEvil • 7 views •  0 comments • 4 hours ago

Tam Hunt - What is the relationship between mind and matter? It’s resisted a generally satisfying conclusion for thousands of years.

Over the last decade, my colleague, University of California, Santa Barbara psychology professor Jonathan Schooler and I have developed what we call a “resonance theory of consciousness.” We suggest that resonance – another word for synchronized vibrations – is at the heart of not only human consciousness but also animal consciousness and of physical reality more generally. It sounds like something the hippies might have dreamed up – it’s all vibrations, man! – but stick with me.
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Could Consciousness All Come Down to the Way Things Vibrate?
Science • by ThomasinaPaine • 22 views •  1 comments • 18 hours ago

TOKYO (Reuters) - A Japanese space probe is heading home from an asteroid 250 million km (155 million miles) from Earth after collecting sub-surface samples that could help scientists seeking the origins of life, Japan's space agency said on Monday.
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Three Saint John astronomers are launching a weekly stargazing livestream that will allow viewers to marvel at the galaxies from the comfort of their homes.
Saint John astronomers launch weekly stargazing livestream  | CBC News
Science • by raven13 • 7 views •  0 comments • 2 days ago

Observing the transit of an inner planet requires a telescope with a solar filter that allows viewing the sun without eye damage. The transit appears as a small black dot that slowly moves across the face of the sun. It isn’t visible without magnifying the sun’s image.
Science • by raven13 • 4 views •  0 comments • 2 days ago

NASA considers these spacewalks the most difficult since the Hubble Space Telescope repairs a few decades ago
Astronauts start spacewalk series to fix cosmic ray detector – Chilliwack Progress
Science • by raven13 • 4 views •  0 comments • 2 days ago

It is highly unlikely that these floods will stop if the Venice town council buys non-diesel buses.
No, Venice is not flooding due to Global Warming – RAIR
Science • by Ajak • 24 views •  1 comments • 2 days ago

Nikola Tesla -- you might recognize the name because of the car brand named after him -- was a scientist and visionary who developed the basis for AC power and pioneered numerous technologies that improve our everyday lives.
The Nikola Tesla inventions that should have made the inventor famous - CNN
Science • by MaxterOfPuppies • 9 views •  0 comments • 2 days ago

Serbian-American engineer Nikola Tesla pioneered many modern technologies and made some strange inventions, like the "earthquake-generator."
How Nikola Tesla Planned To Use Earth For Wireless Power Transfer
Science • by MaxterOfPuppies • 14 views •  1 comments • 2 days ago

Researchers at the University of Buffalo's CASH Lab are working on a glider inspired by the stingray to explore Venus.
Stingray Glider to Explore the Cloudtops of Venus - Universe Today
Science • by raven13 • 5 views •  0 comments • 3 days ago

North Korea withdrew from the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons in 2003. It subsequently developed nuclear weapons, with five underground nuclear tests culminating in a suspected thermonuclear explosion (a hydrogen bomb) on September 3, 2017. Now a team of scientists, led by Dr. K.
North Korean Nuke Equivalent to ‘17 Hiroshimas’ According to Space-Based Radar
Science • by raven13 • 3 views •  0 comments • 3 days ago

Natural genetic engineering allowed plants to move from water to land, according to a new study.
Science • by raven13 • 4 views •  0 comments • 3 days ago

It's hard to imagine the Arctic without sea ice. A new study by UCLA climate scientists discovered that human-caused climate change is on its way to make a functionally ice-free Arctic Ocean starting between 2044 and 2067.
Did you Know? Arctic Sea MIGHT Already be Ice-Free by 2024 : Environment : Nature World News
Science • by raven13 • 3 views •  0 comments • 3 days ago

A detailed government audit has revealed that NASA went out of its way to overpay Boeing for its Commercial Crew Program (CCP) astronaut launch services, making a mockery of its fixed-price contract with the company and blatantly snubbing SpaceX throughout the process. Over the last several years, the NASA inspector general has published a number […]
NASA snubbed SpaceX, common sense to overpay Boeing for astronaut launches, says audit
Science • by raven13 • 2 views •  0 comments • 3 days ago

A normally quiet meteor shower could burst to life as a brief meteor storm next week
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NASA considers these spacewalks the most difficult since the Hubble Space Telescope repairs a few decades ago
Astronauts start spacewalk series to fix cosmic ray detector – Houston Today
Science • by raven13 • 5 views •  0 comments • 3 days ago

Scientists expected oxygen to behave predictably, but “it didn’t” — unlike nitrogen and argon, which followed a “predictable seasonal pattern.”
First methane, now oxygen: gaseous mysteries on Mars puzzle scientists - National |
Science • by raven13 • 3 views •  0 comments • 3 days ago

Alternative facts are spreading like a virus across society. Now it seems they have even infected science—at least the quantum realm. This may seem counter intuitive. The scientific method is after all founded on the reliable notions of observation, measurement and repeatability. A fact, as established by a measurement, should be objective, such that all observers can agree with it.
Quantum physics: Our study suggests objective reality doesn't exist
Science • by Paladin* • 8 views •  0 comments • 4 days ago

Scientists have always thought of polar bears as fast eaters, chowing down on the choicest cuts of seal, walrus and whale right after they’ve killed it. But that’s not always the case, as some decide to hoard their kills for later, similar to a behaviour common among their grizzly bear cousins. 
Another detail emerges on polar bear behaviour — some are hoarders | CBC News
Science • by raven13 • 6 views •  0 comments • 5 days ago

HUAILAI — China on Thursday successfully completed a crucial landing test in northern Hebei province ahead of a historic unmanned exploration mission to Mars next year.
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