Category Archives: science

Ultrasound and Increasing Brain Function

Posted by Jack We know that mild electrical stimulation through the scalp can produced some positive effects on the brain. We also know that certain medication for narcolepsy can improve IQ, but did you know that ultrasound to stimulate highly … Continue reading

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What is a Meaningful Life?

by Jack “What is a meaningful life?” Philosophers’ answers to this question are numerous and varied. They are reasonably logical, but to different degrees.  The 19th-century philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, believed the question was unanswerable because during the midst of living … Continue reading

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Lockheed Martin Gets Patent for It’s Compact Fusion Reactor

Posted by Tina Wow…breakthrough anyone? A local CBS affiliate in Washington reports: CBS Local — Lockheed Martin has reportedly been working on a revolutionary new type of reactor that can power anything from cities to aircraft carriers. The Maryland-based defense … Continue reading

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Okay, this is weird

Posted by Jack As if California couldn’t get any weirder, we’re now #1 in UFO sightings.  I know, UFO’s stories conjure up visions of people in tin foil hats, but we’ve got too many unexplained observations, some by professionals, some … Continue reading

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Scientific American: Climate “Crisis” not that “Big a Deal”

Posted by Tina The science journal, Scientific American, has taken a bold step in publishing a report on two essays that dramatically downplay alarmism in the global climate movement and suggest human beings have the tools to meet whatever challenges … Continue reading

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Earthquake Swarms – Bay Area – Trouble Brewing?

posted by Jack Could this be the precursor to the big one? I sincerely hope not, but we know the San Andreas could let go anytime. I’m posting this in the hopes that folks will take reasonable precautions as best … Continue reading

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How to Raise Good Kids

by Jack Great Britain has the longest running study ever done on child development.  Researcher and journalist, Helen Pearson, recently did a TED talk on this subject.  I thought I would a very brief summary of the highlights of her … Continue reading

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Scott Pruit (EPA) Favors a Climate Science Challenge

Posted by Tina The new head of the Environmental Protection Agency is a level headed guy who brings calm and reason to the ongoing cage fight about Global Warming/Climate Change. Instead of choosing a side or adopting a political stance … Continue reading

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Climate Accord: President Trump Withdraws

Posted by Tina This afternoon President Trump announced that the United States will withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement. Speaking directly to the people from the Rose Garden the president said he was elected to represent the people of “Pittsburgh, … Continue reading

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March for Science – Whine on the Go

Posted by Tina Today groups of scientists (and friends) walked around in various parts of the country and around the world holding up signs in a “March for Science” protest. Science Business conducted an informal study to determine the reasons … Continue reading

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