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Jul 3, 2019

Cholesterol that is too low may boost risk for hemorrhagic stroke

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, neuroscience

Current guidelines recommend lowering cholesterol for heart disease risk reduction. New findings indicate that if cholesterol dips too low, it may boost the risk of hemorrhagic stroke, according to researchers.

Over a period of nine years, a Penn State-led study examined the relationship between —LDL, commonly known as “bad” —and hemorrhagic stroke. This type of stroke occurs when a blood vessel bursts in the brain.

The researchers found that participants with LDL cholesterol levels below 70 mg/dL had a higher risk of hemorrhagic stroke.

Jul 3, 2019

This Chinese megacity is building the world’s largest waste-to-energy plant

Posted by in category: energy

Reduce, reuse, recycle.


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Jul 3, 2019

These 3 futuristic technologies could help save the planet

Posted by in category: futurism

Simple solutions to a complex problem.📕.

Jul 3, 2019

The neuroscience of autism: New clues for how condition begins

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, neuroscience

UNC School of Medicine scientists unveiled how a particular gene helps organize the scaffolding of brain cells called radial progenitors necessary for the orderly formation of the brain. Previous studies have shown that this gene is mutated in some people with autism.

Jul 3, 2019

Explorers to voyage to Japan in primitive boat in hopes of unlocking an ancient mystery

Posted by in category: futurism

40-hour, 200-kilometer canoe trip recreates the sea journeys that may have peopled Japan’s Okinawan islands.

Jul 3, 2019

Northrop Grumman to build two triple-payload satellites for Space Norway, SpaceX to launch

Posted by in category: satellites

Northrop Grumman will build two satellites for Space Norway, each equipped with payloads for Inmarsat, the Norwegian Ministry of Defense, and the U.S. Air Force.

Jul 3, 2019

4 Countries With Innovative Plans to go Zero Carbon

Posted by in category: innovation

Planet-saving projects.


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Jul 3, 2019

Release of the Second Neuro-Functionalized Computational Anatomical Model

Posted by in category: futurism

The Korean male neuro-functionalized Virtual Population (ViP) model Jeduk V4.0 has been released. This new computational human phantom features detailed neuro-functionalized nerve trajectories for all major peripheral nerves in the entire body and includes close to 1200 individual tissue structures comprising more than 250 peripheral nerves and 1100 unique nerve trajectories.

Jul 3, 2019

Robert Edward Grant Photo

Posted by in categories: energy, mathematics

Dr. Dee J. Nelson and his wife Geo, produced a Kirlian photograph of Pyramid energy using a Tesla Coil in 1979.


We have confirmed that the Great Pyramid encodes over 80 Mathematical and Physical constants (including but not limited to Pi, E, a, Phi, Y, Planck Length, Planck Time, and even math constants only discovered in the last century like Brun’s Constant and Tribonacci), our metric and imperial measurement systems (including Meter, Foot, Mile, Nautical Mile, and the ancient Sacred Egyptian Cubit), and even the Speed of Light in BOTH its Longitude and Latitude positions…and all with astounding accuracy.

Image and content from “The Etymology of Number” Course in Resonance Academy http://bit.ly/Resonance-Academy

Jul 3, 2019

Inhibition of HER2 on tumor cells

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, nanotechnology

A particularly aggressive, metastasizing form of cancer, HER2-positive breast cancer, may be treated with nanoscopic particles “imprinted” with specific binding sites for the receptor molecule HER2. As reported by Chinese researchers in the journal Angewandte Chemie, the selective binding of the nanoparticles to HER2 significantly inhibits multiplication of the tumor cells.