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NASA map reveals paths of 1,400 asteroids

A new map released by NASA has plotted the journeys of the majority of Earth’s most potentially dangerous asteroids through space, creating a swirling spirograph of over 1,400 gigantic asteroids that pass close to the planet’s orbit. The “potentially hazardous asteroids” (PHA) depicted on the map measure at least 140 meters in length – larger […]

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Organic solar cells that collect energy like plants

By: Jonathan Benson, Natural News. A cohort of scientists from the U.S. and Great Britain have made a breakthrough discovery with regards to solar technology that could revolutionize the way we harvest light for energy. Known as organic solar technology, special cells designed to convert light into energy in the same way that plants do […]

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The Sun’s Magnetic Field is About to Flip

Something big is about to happen on the sun.  According to measurements from NASA-supported observatories, the sun’s vast magnetic field is about to flip. “It looks like we’re no more than 3 to 4 months away from a complete field reversal,” says solar physicist Todd Hoeksema of Stanford University. “This change will have ripple effects […]

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Renowned Professor Develops Feel Good Formula For Happiness

By: Karen Foster, Prevent Disease. For years philosophers have sought the secret to a fulfilling existence, but now one man claims to have discovered it – and come up with a formula. Research into what makes people feel happy has led renowned professor, Dr Todd Kashdan, to produce an equation called the Feel Good Formula. […]

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3D-Printed Cast Lets Broken Arms Breathe Odor-Free

By: RealNews24. We all know that 3D printers are getting very popular these days with it’s ability to print weapons, music instruments and a range of nice to have gadgets.  However, the latest use for this amazing technology is truly inspiring. 3D printed casts for fractured bones will soon replace the old heavy plaster or […]

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New evidence proves existence of space wind

Scientists have revealed new evidence of space wind, confirming a theory proposed 20 years ago. ‘Plasmaspheric wind’ is an elusive phenomenon and its existence helps scientists understand how the atmosphere protects us from violent solar winds. Proof of space wind was uncovered in a study in European Geosciences Union journal Annales Geophysicae. The so-called ‘plasmaspheric […]

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Hi-tech contact lenses show texts and maps

Imagine texting while driving, or placing a call while showering, without holding your phone in your hands. It’s not sci-fi any more – a new technology allows information like text messages and driving directions to be projected onto a contact lens. The hardware behind this invention is a spherical curved LCD display that can fit […]

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Chinese scientists slammed for creating ‘deadly’ influenza strains

News that a research laboratory in China is deliberately engineering new hybrid strains of bird-flu virus and human influenza which could cause a pandemic has some experts alarmed. Lord May of Oxford, former president of the UK’s Royal Society, has denounced the results conducted by a team under Professor Chen Hualan, the director of China’s […]

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