Thursday, November 23, 2017

Dangerous Sea Levels: Greenland’s ice-free past exposes sea level rise danger

The massive Greenland ice sheet has melted away at least once during the last 1.4 million years, according to a study published on Wednesday, raising fears that manmade climate change could provoke dangerous sea levels. Bedrock samples retrieved through more than three kilometres (two miles)...

Microsoft warns of an “elevated risk of cyber attacks”

Microsoft has released several critical security updates to protect against widespread hacking, citing an "elevated risk of cyber attacks", reported CNN Money on Tuesday.  According to news agency, these patches could help prevent another global ransomware outbreak like last month's WannaCry. "In reviewing the updates for...

New York says YES Medical Marijuana as treatment for chronic pain

New York City to join the other states in US who allow medical marijuana, and this time as treatment for chronic pain. The announcement was made Thursday by the New York State Department of Health. ______ ALBANY, New York, United States (WHAM) - Chronic pain will be...

EARTH is turning into a red planet like Mars – it spells DOOM for US ALL, top scientist warns

Earth is slowly turning into a barren red world just like Mars and it spells doom for every living being on the planet. That's the terrifying warning from a top scientist who wants our species to wake up to the grim fate awaiting us. ______ CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts,...

China’s Meteorological Administration notified local bureaus to ‘immediately stop issuing smog alerts’

China is suspending local meteorological bureaus from issuing smog alerts, media reported Wednesday, raising suspicions the government is attempting to suppress information about the country's air pollution as public anger over the issue grows. ______ China's Meteorological Administration notified local bureaus Tuesday to "immediately stop issuing...

Hugo Gernsbacher invented virtual reality glasses nearly 50 YEARS ago

The man who is widely credited with introducing the term 'science fiction' may have also invented virtual reality glasses around a half a century too soon. As well as being a publisher and entrepreneur, Hugo Gernsback was an inventor who produced the 'teleyeglasses' in 1968,...

‘We proved Einstein right!’ 100+ Years On

Scientists at Washington’s National Science Foundation and Moscow State University have confirmed the discovery of Albert Einstein’s gravitational waves. The breakthrough, possibly the biggest in physics in a century, could be the key to new understanding of the universe. Recent rumors of the success in...

Quit smoking and avoid alcohol with this herb you can grow at home

Want To Quit Smoking Quit Smoking And Avoid Alcohol With This Herb You Can Grow at Home - Stevia Photo
We all know that smoking is bad for our health. But, for some people, quitting is the toughest thing on this planet. Nicotine is what actually makes you keep smoking. It is highly addictive, and makes the body crave for more. So, the more you...

Why US moves to block new mining near Yellowstone National Park

U.S. officials on Monday blocked new mining claims outside Yellowstone National Park as the Obama administration races in its last days to keep industry out of natural and environmentally sensitive areas. Mining claims on 30,370 acres north of the nation's first national park would be...

Big Pharma and the CDC can’t be trusted when it comes to vaccines

Last Thursday, May 9, 2017, the Duluth News-Tribune re-published, on their Opinion Page/Other View, an editorial previously published in The Free Press of Mankato, MN. The title of the DNT was “Not Learning from our Errors” and the Free Press title was “Debunked vaccine...

These kind of rocks hold evidence for life before oxygen

Somewhere between Earth's creation and where we are today, scientists have demonstrated that some early life forms existed just fine without any oxygen. The 2.52 billion-year-old sulfur-oxidizing bacteria are exceptionally large, spherical-shaped, smooth-walled microscopic structures much larger than most modern bacteria, but similar to...

The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists warned moving its symbolic ‘Doomsday Clock’ 30 seconds closer to midnight

The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists warned moving its symbolic 'Doomsday Clock' 30 seconds closer to midnight
Comments by US President Donald Trump and a "darkening global security landscape" have made the world less safe, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists warned Thursday, moving its symbolic "Doomsday Clock" 30 seconds closer to midnight. ______ The clock -- which serves as a metaphor for...

Magic Mushrooms Cure Depression in One Treatment

The medicinal properties of psilocybin were quickly realized. In just one week, all the participants were free of depression and self loathing. After three months, there were no lingering symptoms of depression whatsoever for five of the participants. Magic Mushrooms Found To CURE Depression in...

THE QUESTION IS: Why military is studying UFOs and Aliens, instead of scientists ?!

CIA declassified files reveal the never known facts about aliens. The American interest in UFOs and aliens was ignited after Kenneth Arnold, a businessman, spotted a group of nine flying saucers in 1947, near the Mount Rainier, Washington. ______ This not only increased curiosity among the common...

NASA discovers remains of mysterious 10,500-year-old lost city hidden in a forest

NASA is known for exploring the heavens and peering deep into the furthest regions of space. Now it has turned its instruments onto Earth to discover the wreckage of a lost city inhabited by a tribe of ancient Americans. Space detectives used laser-based “remote-sensing equipment” to...

Bioterrorists in an attack more deadly than nuclear war could kill hundreds of millions of people: Bill Gates

Bioterrorists in an attack more deadly than nuclear war could kill hundreds of millions of people Bill Gates
Bioterrorists could one day kill hundreds of millions of people in an attack more deadly than nuclear war, Bill Gates will warn world leaders. Rapid advances in genetic engineering have opened the door for small terrorism groups to tailor and easily turn biological viruses into...

Mysterious Beach Patterns That Scientists Can’t Explain

These mysterious beach formations, like the ones spotted on a beach in Dorset, England, are called beach cusps – and one reason they’re mysterious is that scientists still aren’t completely sure how they’re formed. By Nerti U. Qatja, @VOP_Today Beach cusps, which often appear during or after storms,...

North Korea behind the cyberattacks WannaCry — Microsoft

Microsoft CEO Brad Smith said that the DPRK is responsible for cyber attacks using the WannaCry virus, affecting more than 200,000 users earlier this year, ITV reported. According to the channel, Smith "with great confidence" believes that Pyongyang is behind the attacks. "At this stage,...

Iran plans to send a new domestically-manufactured satellite into space by 2017

Iran’s minister of information and communications technologysays the country plans to send a new domestically-manufactured satellite into space by the end of the current Iranian calendar year (ending on March 20, 2017). ______ TEHRAN, Islamic Republic of Iran - Mahmoud Vaezi said on Wednesday that the...

Breaking Dangerous Records — For the first time in human history CO2 levels passed 410 PPM

On April 18, Earth breached its latest climate change milestone. For the first time in human history, atmospheric carbon dioxide levels were measured at 410 parts per million (ppm). ______ The Keeling Curve, a University of California San Diego, Scripps Institution of Oceanography program, recorded the...

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