January 2018

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Health News and Discoveries

Hidden truth about the health of homeless people
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Ebola's evolutionary roots more ancient than previously thought
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Stress may increase desire for reward but not pleasure, research finds
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Significant link between daily physical activity, vascular health
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Sweet nanoparticles target stroke
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Boosting a natural protection against Alzheimer's disease
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6 Foods That Can Make You Happier
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Breakthrough measures Parkinson's progression in brain
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Yoga improves arthritis symptoms, mood, study finds
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UK scientists start stem cell trial of potential blindness cure
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How the stressed brain boosts heart attack risk
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Surgeon planning first human head transplant gives rat a second head
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Feeling depressed? Hot yoga could help
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Eating in synch with your body clock may help curb fat gain
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Your Dog Can Help You Get A Better Night's Sleep: Study
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A biotech investor explains the hype over gene therapy
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New post-traumatic stress disorder treatments for veterans focus on technology
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Nanoshells could deliver more chemo with fewer side effects
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Boy with rare disease gets brand new skin with gene therapy
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Music therapy may help ease depression
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A baby has been born after the embryo was frozen 24 years ago — breaking the world record
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Environmental News and Discoveries

B.C.'s snakehead caught after Burnaby pond drained
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Australian biologist gets the jump on new species of flying frog
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Giant Squid Filmed in Pacific Depths
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Biofuels cause pollution, not as green as thought - study
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Eating Sustainable Seafood
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Adelie penguins: cool, efficient killing machines
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Achieving a Sustainable Food System with Organic Farming
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Egyptian Solar Power
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Making batteries with portabella mushrooms
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‘Deep tremors’ could warn us about earthquakes
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Ecosystem hidden for thousands of years found underneath calved iceberg
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Mapping the Great Barrier Reef with cameras, drones and NASA tech
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Can a man-made Great Barrier Reef save the real one?
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Ice sheets may melt rapidly in response to distant volcanoes
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Living Close to Green Spaces is Associated with Better Attention in Children
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New orangutan species found in Indonesia
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Cities are driving evolution — and may spawn new species, scientists say
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Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid Impact Cooled Earth's Climate More Than Previously Thought
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The Earth's ozone hole is shrinking and is the smallest it has been since 1988
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Scientists Offer New Insights On Why Passenger Pigeons Went Extinct
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Raccoon-sized dinosaur with 'bandit mask' amazes scientists
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Truckers take cautious approach to all-electric vehicles
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Avatars can help schizophrenia patients control threatening voices
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Rising seas risk washing tens of thousands archaeological sites clean off the map in the US alone
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Scientist Calls For Glitter To Be Banned Because It's Awful For The Environment
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What are microplastics?
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Something’s in the air as environment becomes new battleground for China’s cadres
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Sea sponges are common ancestors of all animals: Study
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Affordable housing providers build Canada's greenest apartments
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The world may actually get 15% hotter than scientists previously thought
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Bitcoin price surge could be ruining the environment because uses so much energy
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Mother Nature can save the Great Barrier Reef... if we help her
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At least 40% of the world's power will come from renewable sources by 2040 — here are the companies leading the charge
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Mapping frog genome is huge leap in identifying environmental contaminant effects on thyroid system

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Science News and Discoveries

DNA results of the Starchild skull
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(includes comments from Lloyd Pye)
Scientists create human stem cells through cloning
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Using big data to search for Bigfoot
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Yoga, meditation may help train brain to help people control computers with their mind
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Real-life Star Trek 'replicator' prepares meal in 30 seconds
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Hyperloop One technology tested successfully in Nevada desert
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Early test shows off high-speed Hyperloop transport system
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Hyperloop announce fresh funding on the eve of first public demonstration
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Why AI's massive disruptions may be just what you're looking for
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AI, Frankenstein? Not so fast, experts say
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The advent of virtual humans
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The social dilemma of autonomous vehicles
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What the heck's a hyperloop?
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Hyperloop hype: Visions of a 'vomit-free' supersonic future
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Exciting Hyperloop One Project Gets Closer to Becoming a Reality
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This 'Star Trek'-like headset helps the legally blind see again
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SpaceX reveals Hyperloop 'drag race' will take place in August to see how fast Elon Musk's radical transportation pods can go
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SpaceX reveals Hyperloop 'drag race' will take place in August to see how fast Elon Musk's radical transportation pods can go
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Model for viable time machine developed
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Beam me up, Scotty! Scientists teleport photons 300 miles into space
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Elon Musk says he just got 'verbal government approval' to build a Hyperloop between New York and DC
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A uranium-based compound improves manufacturing of nitrogen products
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High-speed Hyperloop project ready for key test in Nevada
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Hyperloop technology will revolutionize transportation, but it has to get off the ground first
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Physicists achieve quantum communication underwater
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Denver to build 'hyperloop-inspired' high-speed transport system
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U.S. scientists unveil powerful new tools to fix genetic faults
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Virtual reality boom brings giant robots, cyberpunk castles to China
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Tesla just built the world's largest battery, thanks to a bet
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U.S. scientists take step toward creating artificial life
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Scientists are seeking new strategies to fight multiple sclerosis
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Actress Hedy Lamarr laid the groundwork for some of today’s wireless tech
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As AI and robots rise up, do humans need an upgrade too?
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Humans probably won't ever live forever — and new genetic discoveries might explain why
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Tiny stem cell companies close in on major heart disease goals
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                       Horoscope of the Day

Do you believe in horoscopes. Planetary shifts, changes in a planet's orbit, and bursts of energy emanating from stars can have an effect on our technology and the energy that surrounds each of our bodies. Powers we have barely scratched the surface to understand. I have been surprised the accuracy of most of my horoscopes. Today may be yours and may provide some personal insight.



Virgo January 24, 2018

Realize that you may be controlling other people's actions without even consciously knowing it, Virgo. This is one of those days in which emotional outbursts could explode in your face as a result of other people's reactions to your pressure. Don't feel like you need to take on the responsibility of everyone else's actions. You may be having a hard enough time dealing with your own personal issues.













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