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Nov 27, 2018

Un robot qui marche comme un humain

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La fin est proche 😳😳.

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Nov 27, 2018

David Wilcock 2018 — Alien Tech at the Vatican November 2018

Posted by in category: futurism

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David Wilcock update november 2018
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Nov 27, 2018

World War II fighter plane flown

Posted by in category: military

An extremely rare World War II Spitfire fighter plane flown by a pilot who later took part in the “Great Escape” has been recovered from a remote Norwegian mountainside.

Specially equipped for long-range reconnaissance, the Royal Air Force Spitfire AA810 was shot down on March 5, 1942, during a mission to photograph the German battleship Tirpitz. The Spitfire’s pilot, Flt. Lt. Alastair ‘Sandy’ Gunn, bailed out from the plane but was captured by German forces. In 1944 he was part of the famous “Great Escape” breakout from the Stalag Luft III POW camp. Recaptured shortly after the breakout, the Scot was among 50 escapees executed by the Gestapo.

Gunn’s plane was a specially adapted Mk 1 Spitfire stripped of guns and armor and fitted with additional fuel tanks to extend its range from 575 miles to nearly 2,000 miles.

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Nov 27, 2018

Anglo-Saxon burial site shines a light on the high worth of women in the Dark Ages

Posted by in category: energy

The emancipation of women is generally considered a modern phenomenon, but a new burial site in Lincolnshire has shown that females were already enjoying high social status, wealth and power in their own right during the Dark Ages.

Archaeologists at the University of Sheffield discovered 20 burials at a cemetery in Scremby, on the southern edge of the Lincolnshire wolds, dating back to the late fifth to mid sixth centuries AD. Around half the graves were females, who were found to be richly dressed and surrounded by riches including amber necklaces, hundreds of glass beads, silver buckles and ivory clasps.

Dr Hugh Willmott, Senior Lecturer in European Historical Archaeology from the https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/

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Nov 27, 2018

A Bill Gates-backed energy company is developing what could be a game-changing nuclear reactor

Posted by in category: nuclear energy

TerraPower, a nuclear-energy company founded by Bill Gates, is building a molten-chloride fast reactor that could help lower carbon-dioxide emissions.

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Nov 27, 2018

A New Treatment for Blindness Comes From Gene Therapy

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

A wife-and-husband research team cracks the code to allow certain patients to see again.

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Nov 27, 2018

First sun-dimming experiment will test a way to cool Earth

Posted by in category: particle physics

Researchers plan to spray sunlight-reflecting particles into the stratosphere, an approach that could ultimately be used to quickly lower the planet’s temperature.

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Nov 27, 2018

How scientists are working together to solve one of the universe’s mysteries

Posted by in categories: alien life, physics

All of these facts may make it sound as though scientists know a lot about Fast Radio Bursts. In reality, we don’t. For instance, though we know they’re not from our galaxy, we don’t know where exactly they come from. We don’t know what causes them. And we’re not sure whether they might be useful as cosmological standards to measure the large scale properties of our universe.

Dozens of theories about Fast Radio Bursts have been proposed. Some conform to standard physics. Others are more exotic, including cosmic strings – hypothetical, one-dimensional structures formed in the early universe – or even rather bizarre: one theory suggests that aliens are responsible.

Now, in an attempt to discover the truth about Fast Radio Bursts, we have created a catalogue that lists each theory, along with its pros and cons. Scientists from around the world can weigh in, and new data and discoveries will be added throughout the process.

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Nov 27, 2018

Audi is starting to test its ‘all-electric flying and self-driving car’

Posted by in categories: drones, robotics/AI

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Audi, Airbus and Italdesign are all working together on an electric “flying taxi” concept and they are now starting to test the vehicle.

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Nov 27, 2018

Journal Club November 2018 — Senescent cells and Alzheimer’s

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension, neuroscience

Tau protein aggregation is associated with cellular senescence in the brain is the topic for the November Journal Club. This is an important paper as it shows how senescent cells contribute to Alzheimer’s disease and how removing them appears to improve the condition. We will see you live on our Facebook page at 13:00 EST for the Journal Club show with Dr. Oliver Medvedik.

Abstract

Tau protein accumulation is the most common pathology among degenerative brain diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease (AD), progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP), traumatic brain injury (TBI), and over twenty others.

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