Category Archives: science

Zombie Cells – Mayo Clinic Has the Cure

Posted by Jack This article sounds almost too good to be true, but assure you it is true.   This could greatly improve the quality of life for people over 60.     A new study shows that removing “zombie” … Continue reading

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The NOROVIRUS Weight Loss Method – Fast Results!

by Jack It begins with a mild feeling of nausea. You think, perhaps it was something you ate, something that didn’t sit quite well.  You expect it to pass, but then it gets steadily worse over the course of the … Continue reading

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SR-72 – Scram Jet Exceeds Mach 6.2

Posted by Jack Aircraft experts and military aficionados have cause to rejoice now that Lockheed Martin has debuted the SR-72 unmanned spy plane, the long-awaited successor to the SR-71 Blackbird and potentially the first hypersonic craft to enter service.  5 … Continue reading

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Hilarious – Academics Expose Absurd Bias Reporting

by Jordan Lee, (no relationship to Jack Lee) A bunch of left-wing academics in the United States wrote mock articles and sent them to ‘respected’ journals that specialize in Gender Studies, Fat Studies, Race Theory etc. Some of the fake … Continue reading

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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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