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Jun 14, 2019

Bioinformation Within the Biofield: Beyond Bioelectromagnetics

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, neuroscience, quantum physics

This review article extends previous scientific definitions of the biofield (endogenous energy fields of the body) to include nonclassical and quantum energy fields. The biofield is defined further in terms of its functional property to act as a resonance target for external forms of energy used as treatment modalities in energy medicine. The functional role of the biofield in the body’s innate self-healing mechanisms is hypothesized, based on the concept of bioinformation which, mediated by consciousness, functions globally at the quantum level to supply coherence, phase, spin, and pattern information to regulate and heal all physiologic processes. This model is used to explain a wide variety of anomalies reported in the scientific literature, which can not be explained by traditional biophysics and bioelectromagnetics.

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Jun 14, 2019

Here’s a look at what Uber Air drones, skyports may look like

Posted by in category: drones

There’s less traffic in the skies, right?

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Jun 14, 2019

Microsoft Is Building an All-In-One DNA Data Storage Device

Posted by in categories: computing, genetics

The modern world is facing a tsunami of data. DNA is emerging as an ultra-compact way of storing it all, and now researchers supported by Microsoft have created the first system that can automatically translate digital information into genetic code and retrieve it again.

In 2018 we created 33 zettabytes (ZB)—33 trillion gigabytes—of data, according to analysts at IDC, and they predict that by 2025 that figure will rise to 175 ZB. It’s been estimated that if we were to store all our information in flash drives, by 2040 it would require 10 to 100 times the global supply of chip-grade silicon.

DNA, on the other hand, is so compact it could shrink a data center to the size of a few dice. But for that to become practical we need a DNA-based equivalent of a hard drive that lets you upload and download data in a simple and intuitive way.

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Jun 14, 2019

How Area 51 Works

Posted by in categories: government, military

Less than 100 miles from Las Vegas, is the most famous secret military installation on the planet: Area 51. For decades, the U.S. government refused to acknowledge it existed. But now, the secret is out.

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Jun 14, 2019

DNA could store all of the world’s data in one room

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, computing, information science

New algorithm delivers the highest-ever density for large-scale data storage.

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Jun 14, 2019

A Data Storage Revolution? DNA Can Store Near Limitless Data in Almost Zero Space

Posted by in categories: computing, information science, space

In the age of big data, we are quickly producing far more digital information than we can possibly store.

Last year, $20 billion was spent on new data centers in the US alone, doubling the capital expenditure on data center infrastructure from 2016.

And even with skyrocketing investment in data storage, corporations and the public sector are falling behind.

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Jun 14, 2019

Is It Possible to Treat Cancer With Circadian Rhythms?

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Could circadian clocks be used to treat cancer? Here’s what to know.

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Jun 14, 2019

Introducing Bio Well Camera GDV Camera GDV BIO Well Camera GDV

Posted by in category: electronics

The 21st Century version of the Kirlian camera is now called a GDV camera.


Application de l’effet Kirlian — Méthode GDV du Professeur Konstantin KOROTKOV

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Jun 14, 2019

The Science Behind Nightmares

Posted by in category: science

How often do you have nightmares?

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Jun 14, 2019

Adobe Shows Off First Research for Tools to Detect Manipulated Photos

Posted by in category: futurism

Photoshop has long been one of the primary sources of manipulated photos and imagery, so in an attempt to counter the fake news epidemic, Adobe has also started developing tools that can both detect when an image has been manipulated, and reverse the changes to reveal the original.

This is far from the first time Adobe has come up with ways to try and counter misuse of its products. Already built into Photoshop are image recognition tools that prevent scans or photos of certain bank notes from being opened at all, although it’s far from foolproof. This new detection tool has also been designed with a hyper-specific task: to detect when a face has been warped and subtly manipulated using Photoshop’s own Face Aware Liquify tool which makes it relatively easy to change the size of someone’s eyes, nose, mouth, or entire face.

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