Category: Science

The Rodin Coil: The Greatest Discovery of All Time?

In what might be the greatest discovery of all time, Marko Rodin has figured out how to 3-dimensionally model the mathematical language of nature.  As student of Marko Rodin Randy Powell says in his Ted Talk in 2010, "They say mathematics is the language of god, but until now nobody has been speaking god's language". Some of the practical implications of this technology are said to be: Inexhaustible free energy An end to all disease Produce unlimited food Travel anywhere in the universe Build Read more [...]

Global Warming Scientists Forced to Admit Defeat Because of Too Much Ice

Climate scientist and leader of the expedition Chris Turney said in an interview he expected melting ice to play a part in the expedition. Called for help at 5am Christmas morning after becoming submerged in ice Australia's back-up ship, Aurora Australis could not break through In an embarrassing effort to document evidence of 'global warming', scientists have been stuck aboard a ship trapped in antarctic ice since Christmas Day, with repeated sea rescue attempts being abandoned as Read more [...]

Harvard Study Confirms Fluoride Reduces Children’s IQ

A recently published Harvard University study analysis funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has concluded that children who live in areas with highly fluoridated water have "significantly lower" IQ scores than those who live in low fluoride areas. In a 32-page report that can be downloaded free of charge from Environmental Health Perspectives,1 the researchers said: "A recent report from the U.S. National Research Council (NRC 2006)2 concluded that adverse effects of high fluoride Read more [...]

Brain Imaging Studies with Psilocybin and MDMA

Dr. Robin Carhart-Harris is one of the first researchers in 40 years to be allowed to investigate the effects of psychedelic drugs. He used a FMI brain imager to study the resting state activation in the brains of volunteers who had taken a fairly small but very intense intravenous dose of psilocybin (found in magic mushrooms). What he found surprised everyone. He found that the drug caused large decreases in activity in various centres of coordination in the brain. This was exactly the opposite Read more [...]

Scientists Identify Opium Poppy Genes that Make Promising Cancer Drug

A new study suggests that we can scale up production of poppy plants that produce a potent anti-cancer agent. The opium poppy is a fertile plant: not only is it the source of illicit heroin and the painkiller morphine, but its derivatives can also be used to make the antidote to overdoses of these drugs, naloxone. The fruitful flower, formally known as papaver somniferum, also gives rise to a drug called noscapine, a promising cancer-fighting agent already used in some countries as a cough-suppressant. In Read more [...]

Study: A Single Serving of Coconut Oil Can Boost Brain Health Significantly

Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCTs) are the primary type of fat found in coconut oil. MCT’s have been found to boost cognitive performance in older adults suffering from memory disorders like Alzheimer’s. What’s most astonishing about this fact is that brain function is boosted immediately after one dose of 40 ml. A study published in the Journal Neurobiology of Aging discovered that the administration MCT’s, the primary type of fat found within coconut oil, almost immediately improved Read more [...]

World’s First Genetically Modified Babies Born

The world's first genetically-modified humans have been created, it was revealed last night. The disclosure that 30 healthy babies were born after a series of experiments in the United States provoked another furious debate about ethics. So far, two of the babies have been tested and have been found to contain genes from three 'parents'. Fifteen of the children were born in the past three years as a result of one experimental program at the Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science Read more [...]

Study Reveals Irises Reflect Personality

A team of researchers at Orebro University in Sweden have revealed that patterns in the iris of the eyes may correlate to personality traits. The scientists looked at specific lines and pits in the eyes of 428 people and compared the physical traits with personality characteristics. Everyone's eyes are unique in lines, dots and color. However, through the study the scientists have determined that certain common patterns in the iris indicate whether a person is warm and trusting or neurotic Read more [...]