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May 23, 2024

“Immunity & Transformation” by Brian Clement + “A short presentation on Young Plasma” by Bill Faloon

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Immunity & Transformation by Brian ClementBrian Clement, Ph.D., L.N, Co-Director, Hippocrates WellnessGlobally-Renowned Speaker, Author, and Weight Loss and…

May 23, 2024

Hyundai is ‘humble and hungry’ to separate itself from the EV pack, Tesla NACS coming soon

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After a strong start to 2024, Hyundai expects the momentum to continue with some of the most affordable and efficient EVs on the US market. In an exclusive interview with Electrek, Hyundai Motor America CEO Randy Parker said the company is “humble and hungry” as it remains committed to EVs in the US.

Despite rivals pulling back, Hyundai is doubling down on its EV commitment as it looks to separate itself from the competition.

Its early dedication is already paying off. Hyundai is outpacing the US electric vehicle market with a wide-ranging lineup of award-winning EVs, including the IONIQ 5, IONIQ 6, and Kona Electric.

May 23, 2024

Scientists just discovered an enormous lithium reservoir under Pennsylvania

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The new source of lithium, which could meet up to 40% of U.S. demand, was discovered in fracking wastewater.

May 23, 2024

Can Black Holes Unify General Relativity & Quantum Mechanics?

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Check out the Space Time Merch Store Up on Patreon to get access to the Space Time Discord!

May 23, 2024

New Searches for Dyson Spheres Found Something Featuring Jason Wright

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Thanks to Keeps for sponsoring this video & for the free product! Head to to get a special offer. Individual results may va…

May 23, 2024

SpaceX Starship Test Frenzy Ends In HUGE Success!

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SpaceX has made significant advancements in the development and testing of the Starship rocket, with successful modifications, testing, and potential future launches without a license, as well as progress in the Falcon 9 rocket and challenges faced by ULA’s Vulcan Centaur Questions to inspire discussion What updates ha.

May 23, 2024

Repurposed beer yeast may offer a cost-effective way to remove lead from water

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Engineered yeast-containing hydrogel capsules could be used to remove lead from contaminated water rapidly and inexpensively. The work, from MIT and Georgia Tech researchers, could be especially useful in low-income areas with high lead contamination.

May 23, 2024

Study: Experiments That Could Show Gravity’s ‘Quantumness’ Are Achievable

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I found this on NewsBreak: Study: Experiments That Could Show Gravity’s ‘Quantumness’ Are Achievable #Astronomy

Gravity permeates every part of our world, yanking us down to Earth and stringing together the Solar System, galaxies, and Universe through which our planet glides…

May 23, 2024

Science has an AI problem: Research group says they can fix it

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I found this on NewsBreak:#Publichealth #Computerscience #AI

AI holds the potential to help doctors find early markers of disease and policymakers to avoid decisions that lead to war. But a growing body of evidence has revealed deep flaws in how machine learning is used in science, a problem that has swept through dozens of fields and implicated thousands of erroneous papers.

May 23, 2024

Turning up the heat on next-generation semiconductors

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Researchers studied how temperatures up to 500 degrees Celsius would affect electronic devices made from gallium nitride, a key step in their multiyear research effort to develop electronics that can operate in extremely hot environments, like the surface of Venus.

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