NEW X-RAY VISION APP STIRS CONTROVERSY

A new iPhone 6 app set to be released this week and created by ComTech, a Los Angeles based company, is stemming controversy as it should allow users to use their iPhone 6 as an X-ray machine.The new app that has been applauded for its ingenuity by many in the scientific community, as it could drastically help in the diagnosis of different medical conditions, particularly in remote regions of the world where X-ray machines are expensive and hard to access, is also being decried by certain consumer rights group as «indecent» and «outlandishly immoral» as the app could also be used to see through peoples clothes. The app that will ...

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Scientists may have just discovered Einstein’s gravitational waves

Rumors are circulating that scientists have finally discovered gravitational waves – one of the most important variables in Albert Einstein’s understanding of how the universe works. If confirmed, the observations could become the biggest leap in physics in a hundred years.When Einstein published his general theory of relativity in 1915, he propelled physics years forward and changed our understanding of how the universe works. He envisioned spacetime (a system containing three spatial dimensions and one time dimension) and gravity in a fresh way, showing us that spacetime was dynamic – not static – and that gravity warps sp...

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The Truth About NASA’s ‘Alien Mega-structure Discovery’

Its about to get deep. Hold on to your ‘noggins’ because your mind is about to get boom Just as satellites are held in place by the gravity of the Earth, the Earth is held in orbit around the sun by the force of gravity. Gravity is more powerful the closer you are to the source. For example the planets closest to the sun orbit at much faster rate than planets furthest away.We all know it takes 365 days for the Earth to complete one orbit around around the sun. But in comparison Mercury orbits the sun in just 88 Earth days where as Neptune takes 165 Earth years to complete one full orbit. Just as Earth orbits the sun, our sun or...

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Circling the Wormhole

Time once again appears to be behaving strangely. Not just the surreal blender of the whirled news, but the little slippages here and there, abrupt realizations that it’s not the time or date you thought it was. Things like that. Are you noticing? Time moving very quickly, strange sort of head spinning feelings when trying to track your thoughts, memory lapses, sense of fatigue for no good reason, or ringing in the ears with a touch of vertigo? It’s freaky. There are a lot of influences at work right now. Some good, some bad.Perhaps we may have hit the edge of the wormhole in some sense. Or are there competing wormholes? That...

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SATURN COULD ALSO LOSE ITS PLANET STATUS”, SAYS LEADING ASTRONOMER

Vienna| A special conference of the International Astronomical Union (IAU) is being held this weekend, in Austria, to determine if the astronomical object known as Saturn, is effectively a planet, according to the definition they produced in Prague, in August 2006Saturn is actually recognized as the sixth planet from the Sun and the second largest in the Solar System, after Jupiter. It is a gas giant with an average radius about nine times that of Earth, and is known for the prominent “ring system” surrounding it. Some astronomers claim, however, that it does not meet the three criteria to be considered a planet. These criteria w...

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Earth as an Alien Enterprise

“The tendency towards psychological collectivism does not have man’s welfare as its end. It is designed for his exploitation.” – Jacques EllulAs you surely know by now, your online behavior, from banking to shopping, to searching for anything including health and financial information, even your cell phone usage is, “…fed into databases and assembled into profiles of unprecedented depth and specificity.” [Pasquale] This information is then sold to companies you know nothing about and used to market to you, to evaluate your potential to get a job, a mortgage, a loan, a rental, and many other dreams you may have that co...

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World’s Largest Ocean Harvesting Clean Energy Power Plant Goes Live

Hawaii is definitely ahead of the curve when it comes to renewable energy. In June, the Aloha state became the first state to mandate that all of its electricity come from renewable sources no later than 2045. Along with other islands, its charging ahead with wind, solar and smart grid systems. But now, the state is home to the first fully closed-cycle Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) plant in the U.S.OTEC is “a process that can produce electricity by using the temperature difference between deep cold ocean water and warm tropical surface waters,” Makai Ocean Engineering, the company that built the plant, explains on its w...

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Zuckerberg’s Plans for Facebook? Artificial Intelligence

According to engadget.com[i], Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook fame posted some interesting news on his profile this week, revealing his plans for Facebook’s future in the process. Included in his mystifying comments was a statement regarding his idea of the ultimate communication technology. He envisions a platform which would allow our friends to feel exactly what we’re experiencing simply by transmitting our thoughts to them. He said that until such a feat was possible, his company would continue working on a few other developments at Facebook, one of which is artificial intelligence (AI).He listed AI as the first of his prioriti...

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Are Mars’s moons homegrown—or snatched from the asteroid belt?

Long after astronomers found moons orbiting other planets in our solar system, Mars remained a loner. It wasn’t until the late 1800s, when astronomer Asaph Hall tried, failed, and then—at the urging of his wife—tried again, that scientists got their first peek at the Red Planet’s two tiny moons, which Hall named Phobos and Deimos.A century later, spacecraft images revealed that the moons look like asteroids—dark, crater-pocked, and potato-shaped—suggesting Mars had snatched them from the nearby asteroid belt. Now, planetary scientists have conducted the first computer simulations that bolster a controversial alternative ...

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The Influence Vedic Philosophy Had On Nikola Tesla’s Idea Of Free Energy

The Properties of Space Science works best when in harmony with nature. If we put these two together, we can discover great technologies that can only come about when the consciousness of the planet is ready to embrace them. One example is “free energy,” also known as “zero-point energy,” which utilizes the substance that exists all around us and converts it into usable energy. This would give us a limitless source of energy, and would practically wipe out all poverty on the planet. (more on this later in the article)The properties of space have been postulated by many, from ancient Vedic philosophy, Eastern Mystics, variou...

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