University of Chicago created part-matter, part-light new ‘hybrid particles’

University of Chicago created part-matter, part-light new ‘hybrid particles’

Part-matter, part-light: Newly discovered ‘hybrid particles’ open doors to exciting new tech. Scientists have managed to create ‘hybrid’ particles from photons and atoms, crafting light that behaves like matter. The breakthrough could lead to revolutionary new inventions such as “unhackable”...
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Scientists: Bladder cancer destroyed by the common cold virus

Scientists: Bladder cancer destroyed by the common cold virus

A strain of the common cold has successfully targeted and destroyed bladder cancer cells, an exciting study has revealed. The surprising results suggest the simple cold could revolutionize future cancer treatment. Scientists from the University of Surrey and R...
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Northwestern University: Electron-Behaving Nanoparticles Rock Current Understanding of Matter

Northwestern University: Electron-Behaving Nanoparticles Rock Current Understanding of Matter

Electron-behaving nanoparticles rock current understanding of matter. Discovery will lead to new methods for materials design. It’s not an electron. But it sure does act like one. Northwestern University researchers have made a strange and startling discove...
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New Low-Temp Plasma Project: SAFIRE

New Low-Temp Plasma Project: SAFIRE

Montgomery Childs of the SAFIRE Project gives a walkthrough of the SAFIRE lab in which they are attempting to replicate the mechanism of the Sun which they theorize that the Sun: “is a positively charged force in a generally negatively...
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Acceleration of charged particles to extremely large energies by a sub-Dreicer electric field

Acceleration of charged particles to extremely large energies by a sub-Dreicer electric field

Scientists R.S. Marshall and P.M. Bellan published their latest scientific findings about: Acceleration of charged particles to extremely large energies by a sub-Dreicer electric field. Acceleration of a fraction of initially low-energy electrons in a cold, c...
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The 30 Billion Supplements Sector Has a Problem: Food Supplements Don’t Work

The 30 Billion Supplements Sector Has a Problem: Food Supplements Don’t Work

A 10-year observation study of over 30,000 people has found that some vitamins and minerals can help you avoid cardiovascular disease, but only if your body gets your beneficial nutrients from food, not from food supplements. The study, published this...
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30 Years Since the Announcement by Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons at Utah University

30 Years Since the Announcement by Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons at Utah University

March 23, 1989 Czechoslovak (living in Great Britain) Martin Fleischmann, PhD and Stanley Pons, PhD made a public statement at a press conference organized by Utah University in Salt Lake City about a scientific experiment later referred to as “cold...
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FDA finds asbestos in make-up at Claire’s

FDA finds asbestos in make-up at Claire’s

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday warned consumers not to use particular cosmetic products sold at Claire’s retail branches after they were found to contain asbestos, a known dangerous carcinogen. Samples of Claire’s eye shadows batc...
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China probe lands on dark side of the Moon

China probe lands on dark side of the Moon

The Chinese robotic probe Chang’e 4 has landed on the dark side of the moon, becoming the first manmade craft to alight on the unexplored surface, according to reports from Chinese state media. The probe reportedly landed in the South...
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NASA published the first photo of Ultima Thule on edge of our solar system

NASA published the first photo of Ultima Thule on edge of our solar system

In an incredible world-first, NASA has released an image from a historic flyby of Ultima Thule, a bowling pin-shaped celestial object at the edge of our solar system some 6 billion kilometers (4 billion miles) away. The New Horizons spacecraft...
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The mystery of the ISS hole just got even weirder

The mystery of the ISS hole just got even weirder

One of the year’s biggest space stories just gets weirder and weirder. Earlier this week, a Russian cosmonaut who investigated the mysterious hole in the Soyuz capsule docked to the International Space Station revealed that the hole was definitely drilled...
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LENR experiments of team: A.G. Parkhomov, V.A. Zhigalov, S.N. Zabavin, A.G. Sobolev, T.R. Timerbulatov

LENR experiments of team: A.G. Parkhomov, V.A. Zhigalov, S.N. Zabavin, A.G. Sobolev, T.R. Timerbulatov

A team of Russian scientists and academics conducted a series of LENR experiments. Alexander Parchomov (Parkhomov) has made several successful replications of Dr. Rossi work in recent years. Recent experiments centered on the safety aspect and the so-called un...
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