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Mike Adams

Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, is a published scientist, lab science director, and inventor of a patented anti-radiation formula that removes radionuclides from the human body. As the founder of Natural News, Adams has worked for over 15 years to expose the lies and deceptions of the science and medical cartels that enslave humanity. Website […]

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Dr. Joseph Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. He is the author of the following books in the field of alternative research: The Giza Death Star The Giza Death Star Deployed Reich of the Black Sun The Giza […]

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Rainwater can help trigger earthquakes

By Where it rains, it rumbles. Rainwater and snowmelt help fuel intense earthquakes along a New Zealand tectonic fault, new research suggests. Tracing the source of water flowing through New Zealand’s Alpine Fault shows that more than 99 percent of it originated from precipitation, researchers report April 19 in Earth and Planetary Science Letters. […]

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A weasel has shut down the Large Hadron Collider

By CERN’s Large Hadron Collider is in standby mode after a 66-kilovolt/18-kilovolt electrical transformer suffered a short circuit April 29 at 5:30 a.m. Central European Time. The culprit: A small wild animal, believed to be a weasel, gnawing on a power cable. “The concerned part of the LHC stopped immediately and safely, though some connections were […]

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Possible source of high-energy neutrino reported

By Scientists may have found the cosmic birthplace of an ultra-high energy neutrino. They point the finger at a blazar — a brilliantly luminous galaxy that shoots a jet of radiation in the direction of Earth — 9 billion light years away. If the link between the blazar and neutrino is real, scientists would […]

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A storm of tweets followed Superstorm Sandy’s path

By As Superstorm Sandy threatened the East Coast of the United States in fall of 2012, people stocked up on bread and batteries. They boarded their windows. And they tweeted. During the height of the storm and its impact, between October 26 and November 10, people sent more than 20 million hurricane-related tweets. Now, […]

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Mathematicians find a peculiar pattern in primes

By Prime numbers, divisible only by 1 and themselves, hate to repeat themselves. They prefer not to mimic the final digit of the preceding prime, mathematicians have discovered. “It is really, really bizarre,” says Stanford University postdoctoral researcher Robert Lemke Oliver, who, with Stanford number theorist Kannan Soundararajan, discovered this unusual prime predilection. “We […]

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Antarctic history suggests ice sheet ‘danger’ threshold

By Assembling a detailed timeline surrounding the Antarctic ice sheet’s inception around 34 million years ago, scientists have identified a carbon dioxide “danger zone” for the ice sheet’s demise. Based on CO2 levels when the ice sheet formed, the researchers report that Antarctica’s ice will be “dramatically” more vulnerable to melting once CO2 surpasses […]

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Mountains on Pluto are a winter wonderland of methane snow

By Over the ground lies a mantle of white — on Pluto. Snow-capped peaks on the dwarf planet dot an otherwise ruddy terrain. But these snowy summits appear to be composed of methane, not water, researchers report online March 3. Mountain tops in Pluto’s Cthulhu Regio, a dark landscape abutting the planet’s famous heart, […]

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3.5 billion years ago, oceans were cool, not hot

By About 3.5 billion years ago, Earth’s oceans were cool, not inhospitably hot as previously thought. In fact, the entire planet at the time was probably locked in a cold snap that lasted at least 30 million years, a new study concludes. The findings, published online February 26 in Science Advances, could change the […]

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Ancient tectonic plate blocks magma plume at Yellowstone

By The supervolcano lurking under Yellowstone National Park may not have resulted from a rising plume of hot rock from the planet’s depths as previously suggested. New simulations of North America’s underside reveal that the mantle plume blamed for powering the Yellowstone supervolcano is in fact cut off from the surface by the remnants […]

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Equipment failure pushes back Mars lander mission

By A leaky instrument will delay launch of the Mars InSight lander by at least two years, NASA announced at a December 22 press conference. The probe was slated to head to Mars in March 2016 to study the planet’s interior and reveal how terrestrial worlds (including Earth) form. Hopes of an on-time launch […]

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Ancient Mammoth Unearthed in Michigan

By: [youtube] The owner of the partial mammoth skeleton uncovered near Chelsea last week decided on October 4 to donate the bones to the University of Michigan for display and study. James Bristle, the farmer who discovered the bones while installing drainage pipe in one of his fields, said he wants to share […]

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Sky-High Price of New Stem Cell Therapies Is a Growing Concern

By: The public uproar about high drug prices has focused on outlandish cases such as single pills jacked up in price by 5,000%, miracle cures marketed for tens of thousands of dollars per treatment. But how will people feel when they’re confronted with treatments that are even more astronomically expensive? That’s certain to become […]

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Visions of Future Physics

By: Get Nima Arkani-Hamed going on the subject of the universe—not difficult—and he’ll talk for as many minutes or hours as it takes to transport you to the edge of human understanding, and then he’ll talk you past the edge, beyond Einstein, beyond space-time and quantum mechanics and all those tired tropes of 20th-century […]

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For 40 Years, No One Knew This Woman Discovered a Malaria Cure. Now She’s Won a Nobel.

By: Yesterday, Tu Youyou became one of three scientists to win this year’s Nobel Prize for medicine for her discovery of what has become a standard antimalarial treatment, artemisinin. But, remarkably, the public had no idea about Tu’s lifesaving achievement until just four years ago. The backstory behind the 84-year-old Chinese pharmacologist’s work is […]

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