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Health News and Discoveries

Hidden truth about the health of homeless people
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6 Foods That Can Make You Happier
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Yoga improves arthritis symptoms, mood, study finds
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A chemical used to make McDonald's fries could help cure baldness, Japanese scientists say
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Meditation Could Help Anxiety and Cardiovascular Health
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Where the brain processes spiritual experiences
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Why being left-handed matters for mental health treatment
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A wearable device for regrowing hair
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Time-traveling illusion tricks the brain
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Probiotics Are Not Always ‘Good Bacteria’
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More US adults and kids are doing yoga, meditating
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Effective new target for mood-boosting brain stimulation found
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New generation of therapeutics based on understanding of aging biology show promise for Alzheimer's disease
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Nebraska Virologists Discover Safer Potential Zika Vaccine
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The joy of giving lasts longer than the joy of getting
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Origins of Pain
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Wireless 'pacemaker for the brain' could offer new treatment for neurological disorders
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Tiny implantable device short-circuits hunger pangs, aids weight loss

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E-bandage generates electricity, speeds wound healing in rats
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Impossible Burger 2.0 tastes like beef. Really

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Environmental News and Discoveries

Adelie penguins: cool, efficient killing machines
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Egyptian Solar Power
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The Earth's ozone hole is shrinking and is the smallest it has been since 1988
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Mount St. Helens Is Rumbling Again With 40 Earthquakes Since New Years Day
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Yellowstone super-volcano has a different history than previously thought
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Extreme weather could trigger a global beer shortage that causes prices to skyrocket worldwide
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How to help the environment: Turn cooking oil into renewable fuels
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Bitcoin is actually going to ruin the world, climate scientists say
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Scientists discover Earth's deepest point is polluted by plastic
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New Threat to Ozone Recovery
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Small changes in oxygen levels have big implications for ocean life
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'A fresh strategy': Researchers discover low-cost way to produce hydrogen from water
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Marine Debris Study Counts Trash from Texas to Florida
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Microplastics and Plastic Additives Discovered in Ascidians All Along Israel's Coastline
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Seagrass Saves Beaches and Money

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Severe Air Pollution Affects the Productivity of Workers
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Scientists Engineer Shortcut for Photosynthetic Glitch, Boost Crop Growth 40%
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The Long Memory of the Pacific Ocean
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Collecting Clean Water from Air, Inspired by Desert Life

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Melting ice sheets release tons of methane into the atmosphere
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A "Pacemaker" for North African Climate
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Science News and Discoveries

DNA results of the Starchild skull
video report
(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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AI, Frankenstein? Not so fast, experts say
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Exciting Hyperloop One Project Gets Closer to Becoming a Reality
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Model for viable time machine developed
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Denver to build 'hyperloop-inspired' high-speed transport system
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Nikola Tesla's Earthquake Machine
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Protecting confidentiality in genomic studies
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New driverless car technology could make traffic lights and speeding tickets obsolete
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MIT engineers fly first-ever plane with no moving parts
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The AI shaking up earthquake research

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Head Space
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Scientists develop a clock so accurate it could detect dark matter
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Stanford develops an electronic glove that gives robots a sense of touch
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Faster diagnosis from 'transformational' gene project
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Sound waves levitate multiple objects
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This DNA test for cats could unlock Mr. Whiskers' genetic secrets
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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.


Capricorn March 25, 2019

You can't look to other people for the validation you crave. An outside appraisal may feel more valuable, but in reality, it can be filtered through all sorts of unhealthy or counterproductive lenses. Sometimes jealousy keeps people from being as honest as they should be. Ultimately, the real approval you seek can only come from deep within yourself. Without any guilt or compromise, you should feel confident about what you're doing—and pride in what you've already done.



Polar Vortex: The Science Behind the Cold

from ENN

The polar vortex, a swirl of low-pressure air six miles up in the atmosphere, blasted much of the American Midwest and Northeast in late January 2019 with temperatures cold enough to bring on frostbite within minutes.


By Friday, February 1, the vortex and the Arctic air it funneled into cities from Fargo to Pittsburgh to Detroit had prompted days of school and business closures, thousands of flight cancellations, a halt to mail deliveries, and a smattering of power outages and pleas for reduced heating. At least 21 people died and dozens were injured in weather-related incidents. Officials warned residents to stay inside, even as meteorologists began to forecast spring-like weather and the likelihood of an 80-degree temperature swing within a few days.

It all started after the polar vortex that normally hovers over the North Pole split in two on January 2, the result of planetary waves breaking in the stratosphere, said Stanford atmospheric scientist Aditi Sheshadri.

Original report:

https://www.enn.com/articles/56685-polar-vortex-the-science-behind-the-cold



Scientists Discover a Better Way to Make
Plastics Out of Sulfur


from ENN

Sulfur is an abundant chemical element and can be found as a mineral deposit across the world. It is a waste product from the refining of crude oil and gas in the petrochemicals industry, which generates huge stockpiles of sulfur outside refineries.


Whilst being identified as an interesting possible alternative to carbon in the manufacture of polymers, sulfur cannot form a stable polymer on its own but, as revealed in a process called ‘inverse vulcanization’ it must be reacted with organic crosslinker molecules to make it stable. This process can require high temperatures, long reaction times, and produce harmful by-products.

However, researchers from the University of Liverpool’s Stephenson Institute of Renewable Energy, working in the field of materials chemistry have made a potentially game changing discovery.

Original report:

https://www.enn.com/articles/56681-scientists-discover-a-better-way-to-make-plastics-out-of-sulfur


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