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Nov 14, 2019

HSAM — The People Who Never Forget

Posted by in category: futurism

People with HSAM have the astonishing ability to remember things from years ago right down to the last detail. Read more to find out why.

Nov 14, 2019

Scientists Create New, More Powerful Technique To Edit Genes

Posted by in categories: bioengineering, biotech/medical, health

Prime Editing, A New Gene Editing Technique May Offer Improvement Over CRISPR : Shots — Health News A new technique, dubbed ‘prime editing,’ appears to make it even easier to make very precise changes in DNA. It’s designed to overcome the limits of the CRISPR gene editing tool.

Nov 14, 2019

Common drugs may alter gut bacteria and increase health risks

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, health

Researchers have found evidence to suggest that many common prescription drugs can impact the gut microbiome, potentially increasing human health risks.

Nov 14, 2019

We May Finally Know How the Universe’s Heavy Elements Formed

Posted by in category: space

For the first time, scientists have detected a newly born heavy element in space, forged in the aftermath of a collision between a pair of dead stars known as neutron stars.

The findings shed light on how the universe’s heaviest elements are created, providing a missing piece of the puzzle of chemical element formation, researchers said in a new study describing the findings.

Nov 14, 2019

Our 2019 Mid Year Review: The Newest Cancer Treatments Available at CHIPSA Hospital!

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

2019 has been off to great gains in our treatment of cancer at CHIPSA Hospital. The CHIPSA Approach™ has been a simple one: forget our ego and preconceived notions of what works in treating cancer, and be open to all possibilities. This includes considering both natural and man-made medications for the treatment of what is now considered incurable stage 4 cancer.

This approach is different from what has been used in the past. Our experience tells us that the alternative and conventional sides of medicine have long been at odds with each other regarding what is the best treatment. Each side casts giant stones at the other, all while millions of people are dying of cancer every year.

When CHIPSA Hospital reopened in August of 2015 after being closed for two years, it reopened with part of the old staff, many of whom worked with the legendary pioneer Charlotte Gerson. But it also reopened with a new group of doctors and scientists who are passionate about evolving alongside the latest scientific developments to fight this disease. CHIPSA has used nearly every natural method that’s known, and the fact is, in many cases, it simply is not enough. That’s not to say we haven’t seen amazing results in patients who adhere to natural therapies, but we simply aren’t satisfied with those results alone.

Nov 14, 2019

New video from our 2019 Undoing Aging conference: Yuri Deigin, Nikolay Zak and Aubrey de Grey with a special lecture on ‘The Calment Controversy’ Enjoy!

Posted by in category: life extension

http://www.undoing-aging.org/videos/the-calment-controversy-…aging-2019

#undoingaging #sens #foreverhealthy

Nov 13, 2019

Caterpillar’s autonomous vehicles may be used by NASA to mine the moon and build a lunar base

Posted by in categories: 3D printing, food, habitats, robotics/AI, space

Caterpillar has been synonymous with big, heavy equipment — for farming, construction and mining — since Holt Manufacturing and C. L. Best Tractor merged in 1925 to form the Peoria, Illinois-based company. Over the years, tons of innovation have been built into the iconic yellow products, too, from the Model 20 Track-Type Tractor introduced in 1927 to the ginormous engines that helped power the Apollo 11 mission to the moon 50 years ago.

Coincidentally, one of Cat’s latest breakthroughs is self-driving, or autonomous, and remote-controlled mining equipment, which could very well find itself on the moon when NASA is scheduled to return to the lunar surface in 2024, with plans to build a permanent base near the orb’s south pole, part of the Artemis program.

Just as on terrestrial sites, Caterpillar fully or semi-autonomous bulldozers, graders, loaders and dump trucks could be utilized to build roads, housing and other infrastructure. Operator-less drilling and digging machines might mine water, oxygen-rich rocks and moon dust for use in 3D printing of various materials.

Nov 13, 2019

Morgan Stanley: Don’t underestimate the economic importance of launching people into space

Posted by in categories: economics, satellites

Investors shouldn’t underestimate the importance of launching people into space, Morgan Stanley said in a research report released Tuesday.

The Wall Street investment bank expects communication satellites, Earth observation technology and transportation to be the economic drivers of a space economy, but investors should not underestimate human space exploration as a “critical enabler of public will.”

Nov 13, 2019

Inside a Martian Habitat Factory in New York City

Posted by in categories: 3D printing, habitats, space

Inside the strange world of 3D printing Martian homes.

Nov 13, 2019

NASA’s Helical Engine Design that Uses Closed-Cycle Propellant; A Proposed Stardrive that May Enable Interstellar Travel

Posted by in categories: energy, engineering, quantum physics, space, transportation

Twentieth Century technology has relied on the use of fuels and chemical propellants to propel our ships, planes, and cars. The propulsion technology of the future will not use chemical combustion to produce thrust, and the 21st century will see the emergence of propellant-less propulsion systems. Such technologies will provide the means to travel faster than ever before at a fraction of current costs and with no pollution by-products.

This becomes absolutely crucial for interplanetary and interstellar travel, as we have stated before in RSF commentary1 reporting on Resonance-based technology may provide inertial mass reduction—the future of space travel will not be performed with chemical propellants. As an example, to date the most viable proposal for an interstellar mission with current technological capabilities is the Breakthrough Starshot project which will use a fleet of light sail probes propelled to 20% percent the speed of light via laser pulses.

Considering the significant limitations of combustion-based propulsion (as well as the harmful environmental impacts), there is a strong drive to develop the next-generation propulsion systems that will move us into the next phase of technological advancement. Torus Tech, a research and development company founded by Nassim Haramein, the founder of the Resonance Science Foundation, is researching quantum vacuum engineering technologies that will enable gravitational control and zero-point energy production.