A new type of human brain cell called the “rosehip” neuron has been discovered by scientists trying to understand what makes our brains different from other animals, according to a report published ➡
Humans have learned to travel through space, eradicate diseases and understand nature at the breathtakingly tiny level of fundamental particles. Yet we have no idea how consciousness ➡
The magnetic north pole – that point which guides our compasses and GPS systems – has never been static. But now, the north has moved so fast that scientists have been forced to update their model of the ➡
It is often believed that the decisions of our lives and things that we want to see manifest into a dream. Our ancestors also tried decoding the meaning of a dream. Some people dream of ➡
The photons, strangely enough ➡
Fluctuations in the sun’s activity may hold clues to the tangible changes in the planet Earth’s climate, Swiss scientists found. Research funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation indicated that human-induced ➡
New research contends that the Milky Way alone is flush with billions of potentially habitable planets — and that’s just one sliver of the universe. The fascinating question of whether we are alone in the universe ➡
In a spectacular few days for solar system exploration – during which NASA whizzed the New Horizons spacecraft past the Kuiper Belt object 2009 MU69 (somewhat controversially nicknamed ➡
Earlier this year, researchers found a deposit of rare-earth minerals off the coast of Japan that could supply the world for centuries, according to a study. The study, published in the journal Nature in April 2018 ➡
A century after Nikola Tesla’s famous Wardenclyffe tower was dismantled, the legacy of the world’s greatest inventor lives on in the form of a new project which aims to develop wireless power transmission and a host ➡
Strange waves rippled around the world, and nobody knows why. Instruments picked up the seismic waves more than 10,000 miles away—but bizarrely, nobody felt them. Mysterious seismic waves that cascaded ➡
Pawtucket, Rhode Island-based toy company Hasbro, Inc. and Providence, Rhode Island-based Brown University are partnering to enhance Hasbro’s toy pets and make them into smarter robots to help elders with everyday tasks. The project, which has been called ARIES (Affordable Robotic Intelligence for Elderly Support ➡
A study published in the European Surgical Research revealed that a proof-of-concept portable device known as the electronic nose (eNose) showed efficacy in detecting harmful bacteria that lead to soft tissue infections even without prior preparation of tissue samples. The research team from the University of Tampere, Pirkanmaa ➡
Sound healing is the practice of using audio tones and vibrational frequencies to repair damaged tissue and cells within the body. It works on the basis that all matter is vibrating at specific frequencies, and sickness, disease, depression and stress causes human beings to vibrate at a lower frequency. Playing tones that promote healing, happiness and vitality will allow DNA strands to repair themselves, and several scientific studies have been conducted ➡
There’s something strange happening beneath the surface of Antarctica and it’s got nothing to do with Nazi UFOs. Rather, researchers are arguing ➡
Throughout the ages, Mankind has been trying to answer the big ➡
The detection of strange, unpredicted behavior deep below the surface near the San Andreas and San Jacinto faults suggests scientists have an incomplete understanding of the processes responsible for earthquakes in the region.
Over the past four decades, geoscientists have recorded thousands of small earthquakes in California’s San Bernardino basin near ➡
The word noise comes from a Latin root word meaning, “pain,” or “distress.” Noise is something we’ve become accustomed to, even if we are keenly aware of its ability to cause multiple forms of anguish. Even if we live in “decibel hell,” we can find moments ➡
A “Super-Earth” exoplanet has been discovered ‒ exactly at the location described in “Star Trek” as the planet Vulcan, the homeworld of one of the sci-fi franchise’s most well-known characters, Spock.
A team of scientists spotted an exoplanet twice the size of the Earth as through ➡
Reflect On: With all of the emerging alternative energy sources that are becoming available to us, do we really need to be burning fossil fuels any longer ➡
Climate change myth pushers are scientifically illiterate propagandists who have brainwashed themselves against all scientific reality to somehow believe that carbon dioxide is a poison to plants. In truth, it’s the “greening” molecule for the planet, as I’ve repeatedly explained in multiple climate videos, podcasts and climate articles. Now, new science published in Nature demonstrates that global tree cover is rapidly expanding across ➡
How do bees do it? The honeycombs in which they store their amber nectar are marvels of precision engineering, an array of prism-shaped cells with a perfectly hexagonal cross-section. The wax walls are made with a very precise thickness, the cells are gently tilted from the horizontal to prevent the viscous honey from running out, and the entire comb is aligned with the Earth’s magnetic field. Yet this structure is made without ➡
Researchers from Sydney found mice given the pill lived ten per cent longer.
The molecule could also regenerate certain organs by reprogramming their cells. ➡
It’s very large, and has an extremely strong magnetic field, and it’s a “rogue”, not attached to any other object ➡
The space agency was officially created with a stroke of President Eisenhower’s pen. But first, there were months of anxiety, failure and frenzied lawmaking.
The origins of NASA can be traced all the way back to the ➡, but the real story
Reflect On: What is it about these altered states that cause such profound changes in the brain within such ➡
As a teenager, Daniel Nemes has had a passion for science and astronomy so it was no surprise when his vocation took him into the field of science. Today Nemes is both a scientist and inventor in Columbia, with him claiming he has the technology to photograph multidimensional beings.
Nemes said that his interest in the multidimensional universe began after ➡
Check out this desk-size turbine that could power a small town of about 10,000 homes. As noted by MIT, The unit is driven by “supercritical carbon dioxide,” which is in a state that at very high pressure and up to 700 °C exists as neither a liquid nor a gas.
A revolutionary technology, a small turbine, has the ability to provide ➡
Shrouded in mystery, scientists have tried since time immemorial to understand our place in the vastness of space.
This search has led many astronomers—and philosophers in ancient times—to wonder whether or not humans are the only living ➡
We’d have to define first what crystals are. Crystals—ordinary crystals—are defined as being a structure made of a homogeneous solid substance having a natural geometrically regular form with symmetrically arranged plane faces ➡