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Jun 6, 2020

GoSun Grill Is a Solar Oven That Can Cook Even at Night

Posted by in categories: energy, innovation

Have you ever wanted a grill that you can carry anywhere and it doesn’t need fuel? Well, then we present to you the GoSun Grill. This innovative solution to everyone’s need for a cool-looking, fuelless, clean portable oven should be a must on every “outdoorsy” person’s wishlist. Impress your friends with this device and your personal cooking skills at the beach, in the park or wherever you’d like really.

Let’s have a closer look at this solar cooker.

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Jun 6, 2020

The Safety of Stimulant Medication Use in Cardiovascular and Arrhythmia Patients

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, neuroscience

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Safety was the reason the WHO stopped clinical trials of a drug that is not even an amphetamine. This happened before the racial divide, distraction, and mass confusion.

So let US think with a clear head. If Hydroxychloroquine is unsafe because of heart concerns, why give children amphetamines for ADHD, when marijuana and other natural measures offer many more safer alternatives? I know of them, why don’t the WHO and FDA, who know more than I do know as well? I can start a w… See More.

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Jun 5, 2020

SpaceX successfully launches 60 satellites from the Space Coast

Posted by in category: satellites

· June 3 at 6:25 PM ·.

Wednesday’s launch window opens at 9:25 p.m.

Jun 5, 2020

Optimising Performance of the Human Body and Mind with Defense Advanced Research Projects

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, economics, government, life extension

Ira Pastor, ideaXme life sciences ambassador, interviews Dr. Eric Van Gieson, Program Manager in the Biological Technologies Office (BTO) at DARPA.

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Jun 5, 2020

Way too many Americans have gargled with bleach, sprayed their bodies with disinfectants to prevent COVID-19

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, food

Nearly 4 in 10 American adults reported engaging in dangerous cleaning practices to prevent COVID-19, such as washing food with bleach, using household disinfecting products on their skin or intentionally inhaling vapors from cleaning products, according to a recent survey.

A report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) follows an earlier study describing an increase in calls to poison control centers regarding exposure to household cleaners, during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Jun 5, 2020

World’s first study of potential COVID-19 antibody treatment in humans

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

The first patients have been dosed in a study of LY-CoV555, the lead antibody from Lilly’s collaboration with AbCellera. See our blog at:

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Jun 5, 2020

One-of-a-kind microscope enables breakthrough in quantum science

Posted by in categories: computing, quantum physics, science

Technion Professor Ido Kaminer and his team have made a dramatic breakthrough in the field of quantum science: a quantum microscope that records the flow of light, enabling the direct observation of light trapped inside a photonic crystal.

Their research, “Coherent Interaction Between Free Electrons and a Photonic Cavity,” was published in Nature. All the experiments were performed using a unique ultrafast transmission electron microscope at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. The microscope is the latest and most versatile of a handful that exist in the scientific world.

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Jun 5, 2020

Nikola is like Amazon and could be worth a $100 billion someday: founder

Posted by in category: transportation

Yahoo Finance speaks with Nikola founder Trevor Milton as the electric- and hydrogen-powered truck maker debuts on the Nasdaq.

Jun 5, 2020

High-Speed Atomic Video: Single Molecules Captured at a Staggering 1,600 Frames per Second

Posted by in categories: entertainment, nanotechnology

A team including researchers from the Department of Chemistry at the University of Tokyo has successfully captured video of single molecules in motion at 1,600 frames per second. This is 100 times faster than previous experiments of this nature. They accomplished this by combining a powerful electron microscope with a highly sensitive camera and advanced image processing. This method could aid many areas of nanoscale research.

When it comes to film and video, the number of images captured or displayed every second is known as the frames per second or fps. If video is captured at high fps but displayed at lower fps, the effect is a smooth slowing down of motion which allows you to perceive otherwise inaccessible details. For reference, films shown at cinemas have usually been displayed at 24 frames per second for well over 100 years. In the last decade or so, special microscopes and cameras have allowed researchers to capture atomic-scale events at about 16 fps. But a new technique has increased this to a staggering 1,600 fps.

Jun 5, 2020

Ancient DNA reveals diverse origins of Caribbean’s earliest inhabitants

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, genetics

Genetic links hint at early migration from North America.