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Dec 6, 2019

What is the Higgs boson and why does it matter?

Posted by in categories: alien life, particle physics

The higgs boson is most likely the greatest particle because it could allow for antigravity because it turns off the mass of an object. Basically it would be the master key for even understanding the dimensions of physics. Simply by allowing a near genesis. It can essentially allow for matter creation a sorta building block for creation. It is one of the greatest particles ever discovered. A particle so powerful that when harnessed it would almost allow for anything to happen. You could have crispr teleportation with higgs field dampening. Let’s say that myth is real then if it were real then it would lead to a particle like the higgs boson. Once harnessed it could allow for alien like technologies essentially a very powerful particle to allow to true impossibilities. I think even in a grain of sand we can find endless possibilities which is proof evident of something beyond understanding. Some have said that we started out in just hydrogen but the physics created the universe. Which would mean once the higgs is harnessed it could allow for creation technology or what the exterrestials knew for generations that we are never alone the universe is filled with wonder. Basically the higgs would allow for antigravity but all the mythological things. It would prove the existence of aliens even god most likely. Science could prove the most important thing that it could bring civilization into a new level technology no longer bound by terrestrial things but essentially it could allow for anything once harnessed.

Theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss explains the possible meaning and significance of finding the Higgs.

Dec 6, 2019

Elderly care robot

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, robotics/AI

This robot works in assisted living homes so carers can focus on patients more.

Dec 6, 2019

When Did the ‘Dark Ages of the Universe’ End? This Rare Molecule Holds the Answer

Posted by in category: space

For hundreds of millions of years, the universe was nothing but darkness. One molecule holds the key to this forgotten epoch.

Dec 6, 2019

Six futuristic body hacks that exist right now

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, transhumanism

Though we can’t predict the future, some current technologies could lead to interesting modifications decades down the road that could do everything from curing diseases to simply helping you open your front door without a key.

Dec 6, 2019

Renault’s New Luxury Self-Driving Car

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, transportation

Renault’s new luxury car is entirely self-driving.

Dec 6, 2019

Brains of autistic people show unusual left-right symmetry

Posted by in category: neuroscience

The hemispheres in autistic people’s brains are more symmetrical than those of their typical peers, according to the largest imaging study to explore this relationship1. It is unclear what this difference means, however.

Typical people’s brains show a slight asymmetry between the left and right hemispheres, especially in regions associated with language. These differences are less pronounced in autistic people, the new study found.

The unusual symmetry seems to affect nine regions, mostly in the cerebral cortex. The results suggest that altered development of the brain’s left and right hemispheres contributes to autism.

Dec 6, 2019

Scientists Are Studying a Massive Underwater Volcano off the Coast of Oregon

Posted by in category: futurism

300 miles off the coast of Oregon lies an active volcano, with a magma reservoir two thirds the length of Manhattan, that the world has never seen before.

Dec 6, 2019

Harvard, MIT, Duke, US Army Team Up on Terahertz Technology

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, security

Researchers have created a new terahertz radiation emitter with coveted frequency adjustment capability. The compact source could enable the development of futuristic communications, security, biomedical, and astronomical imaging systems.

Harvard University Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Duke University U.S. Army #lasers #photonics

Dec 6, 2019

Study finds aging tends to shift gears as you turn 34, 60 and 78

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension

The blood-borne signs of aging – and indeed, perhaps the causes of aging – make three big shifts around the ages of 34, 60 and 78, a new Stanford-led study has discovered, potentially leading to new diagnostic tests and avenues of anti-aging research.

The study measured levels of nearly 3,000 individual proteins in the plasma of small blood samples from 4,263 people aged between 18 and 95, and found that 1,379 of these proteins varied significantly with a subject’s age. Indeed, with information about levels of just 373 of these proteins, the researchers found they could predict a subject’s age “with great accuracy,” and an even smaller subset of just nine proteins could do a “passable” job.

Proteins are the body’s workhorses, carrying out instructions from all the body’s cells. Changes in their levels in our blood reflect the starting, stopping and changing of different biological processes. The researchers found that these changes were often quite sudden – levels of a protein would remain stable in the blood for years, and then rapidly plunge or leap, rather than showing a steady increase or decline.

Dec 6, 2019

The Language You Speak Influences Where Your Attention Goes

Posted by in category: futurism

It’s all because of the similarities between words.