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Microsoft software unlimited sale, Affordable price license key like: Windows, Office, Server, Visio
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Advancements in Understanding Stealthy Progression: Revealing New Insights into Parkinson’s Disease
submitted 2 days ago by joooleee from theinnovativehorizon.com
Silk tougher than Kevlar thanks to genetically modified silkworms
submitted 4 days ago by PanzerDivision from cosmosmagazine.com
New Power Generator Produces Continuous Electricity From Natural Atmospheric Humidity
submitted 4 days ago by hfxB0oyA from scitechdaily.com
Worm that jumps from rats to slugs to human brains has invaded Southeast US
submitted 5 days ago by Drewski from arstechnica.com
Scientists in China find mysterious virus at the bottom of the Mariana Trench: "The virus, called vB_HmeY_H4907, was found at a depth of 29,199 feet... The virus is a bacteriophage — a type of lifeform that infects bacteria before hijacking their cellular machinery to generate more copies of itself"
submitted 5 days ago by neolib from livescience.com
James Webb telescope sees potential signs of alien life in the atmosphere of a distant 'Goldilocks' water world
submitted 5 days ago by Zapped from livescience.com
Consciousness theory slammed as ‘pseudoscience’ — sparking uproar: "A letter, signed by 124 scholars and posted online ... claims that a prominent theory describing what makes someone or something conscious — called the integrated information theory (IIT) — should be labelled “pseudoscience”."
submitted 6 days ago by neolib from nature.com
Genetically Modified Bacteria Break Down Plastics in Saltwater
submitted 8 days ago by PanzerDivision from news.ncsu.edu
Mysterious ‘skin-like’ golden orb found on ocean floor off Alaska coast
submitted 20 days ago by neolib from theguardian.com
Scientists grow whole model of human embryo, without sperm or egg
submitted 21 days ago by PanzerDivision from bbc.com
Cannabis-Involved Traffic Injury ED Visits After Legalization and Commercialization
submitted 21 days ago by Cancelthis from jamanetwork.com
Insular Stimulation Produces Mental Clarity and Bliss
submitted 26 days ago by Entropick from ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
A biotech company says implants of lab-made neurons introduced into the brains of 12 people with Parkinson’s disease appear to be safe and may have reduced symptoms for some of them.
submitted 26 days ago by PanzerDivision from technologyreview.com
Scientists find way to wipe a cell's memory to reprogram it as a stem cell
submitted 1 month ago by boston_blackie from uwa.edu.au
How was the size of Earth first measured?
submitted 1 month ago by boston_blackie from stardate.org
Scientists strengthen concrete by 30 percent with used coffee grounds
submitted 1 month ago by PanzerDivision from engadget.com
Latest images of the newly constructed Indian call centre on the lunar surface.
submitted 1 month ago by Tom_Bombadil from 9gag.com
According to the current study, sound waves with 528 Hz frequency in 100 dB intensity induce testosterone production in rat brain by enhancing StAR and SF-1 and reducing P450 aromatase gene expression.
submitted 1 month ago by Musky from pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
COVID-19 boosts risks of health problems 2 years later, giant study of veterans says
submitted 1 month ago by Cancelthis from science.org
Animal vs. Plant Protein: New Research Suggests That What We Already Knew About Vegans Being Full Of Shit Was Correct
submitted 1 month ago by hfxB0oyA from scitechdaily.com
Anthony Fauci’s Deceptions. Was there a possibility that this novel virus came from a lab in Wuhan, China? Fauci said confidently, “The mutations that it took to get to where it is now is totally consistent with a jump of a species from an animal to a human.” In other words, it wasn’t from the lab.
submitted 1 month ago by Chipit from thefp.com
“In February 2006, a professor of Rajshahi University was killed after he detected plagiarism and piracy in 10 of the 11 research papers submitted by his junior colleague as part of his promotion application.” 17 years later, the colleague was hanged.
submitted 1 month ago by Chipit from thedailystar.net
ARES | Orbital Debris Program Office - Graphic Representation of Earth Orbiting Space Debris and Satellites
submitted 1 month ago by boston_blackie from orbitaldebris.jsc.nasa.gov
[tldr: LK-99 crystals are transparent, diamagnetic insulators but not room temp superconductors] Single crystal synthesis, structure, and magnetism of Pb10−xCux(PO4)6O
submitted 1 month ago by Musky from arxiv.org
Retraction Watch by Ivan Oransky: Our list of retracted or withdrawn COVID-19 papers is up to more than 350.
submitted 1 month ago by Chipit from retractionwatch.com
'TrUsT tHe ScIeNcE!' – Study Retractions Up 13,650% in 22 Years.
submitted 1 month ago by carn0ld03 from thenationalpulse.com
300,000-year-old skull found in China unlike any early human seen before
submitted 1 month ago by SoCo from edition.cnn.com
researchers playing god, find out god did things they didn't anticipate when he made plants
submitted 1 month ago by iamonlyoneman from agfax.com
An unintended test of geoengineering is fueling record ocean warmth. Pollution cuts have diminished “ship track” clouds, adding to global warming.
submitted 1 month ago by SoCo from science.org
Gender-Based Research Underscores Sex Differences in Biological Processes, Clinical Disorders and Pharmacological Interventions
submitted 1 month ago by jet199 from sciencedirect.com
LK22 Update: Many attempts at Claims of Room Temperature and Ambient Pressure Superconductor failed to be reproduced consistently...but it seems to have odd magnetic properties
submitted 1 month ago by SoCo from forums.spacebattles.com
What’s going on with the reports of a room-temperature superconductor? Rumors are flying of confirmation, but the situation is still frustratingly vague.
submitted 1 month ago by neolib from arstechnica.com
What do we really need scientific theories for?
submitted 1 month ago by jerryk from self.science
Bizarre giant viruses with tubular tentacles and star-like shells discovered in New England forest - Giant viruses are much more diverse in shape and size than scientists previously thought, according to a new study.
submitted 1 month ago by neolib from livescience.com
Enjoy alcohol, without the hangover
submitted 2 months ago by PanzerDivision from archive.is
A spectacular superconductor claim is making news. Here’s why experts are doubtful
submitted 2 months ago by boston_blackie from science.org
"Today might have seen the biggest physics discovery of my lifetime. I don't think people fully grasp the implications of an ambient temperature/pressure superconductor. Here's how it could totally change our lives."
submitted 2 months ago by PanzerDivision from threadreaderapp.com
Interesting claim: "The First Room-Temperature Ambient-Pressure Superconductor"
submitted 2 months ago by LibertyV from arxiv.org
Scientists invent double-sided solar panel that generates vastly more electricity
submitted 2 months ago by PanzerDivision from independent.co.uk
The Global Fertility Industry Seeks To Erase Women From Procreation One Manufactured Egg At A Time
submitted 2 months ago by PanzerDivision from thefederalist.com
The SAFE sticker is a UV purification label that works by simply sticking it on a bottle of contaminated water, putting the container in the sun and waiting for the UV light to kill harmful bacteria, viruses and microorganisms.
submitted 2 months ago by PanzerDivision from abc.net.au
The first quarter of the lecture truly delves into history , philosophy and culture of Mathematics
submitted 2 months ago by Venkat from youtube.com
Indestructible Terminator-style killer robots move one step closer to reality as scientists discover self-healing metals
submitted 2 months ago by PanzerDivision from dailymail.co.uk
A Cracked Piece of Metal Healed Itself in an Experiment That Stunned Scientists
submitted 2 months ago by Musky from sciencealert.com
Moth wall paper
submitted 2 months ago by jet199 from vm.tiktok.com
Scientists at Purdue have created a white paint that, when applied, can reduce the surface temperature on a roof and cool the building beneath it.
submitted 2 months ago by PanzerDivision from archive.ph
Fraudulent data raise questions about superstar honesty researcher
submitted 2 months ago by jet199 from science.org
The Pseudoscience of Critical Race Theory. Critical Race Theory is full of unfalsifiable arguments. If you’re white, you’re racist. Full stop. if you’re white and you reject this premise, that makes you even more racist. This is a logical fallacy known as a Kafka trap.
submitted 2 months ago by Chipit from quillette.com
El Nino Australia: Great Barrier Reef coral bleaching risk increases
submitted 2 months ago by ActuallyNot from smh.com.au
Neurologist Dr. Debra Soh Says There are Only Two Genders and We Should Just Get Over All the Nonsense (7:30)
submitted 2 months ago by chottohen from youtube.com
UN says climate change ‘out of control’ after likely hottest week on record
submitted 2 months ago by ActuallyNot from theguardian.com
Relativity, Dark Matter, Dark Energy and the Big Bang
submitted 2 months ago by jerryk from self.science
The Arctic Is Farting ‘Ancient’ Methane and It’s Scary as Hell
submitted 2 months ago by ActuallyNot from rollingstone.com
Why are so many climate records breaking all at once?
submitted 2 months ago by ActuallyNot from theconversation.com
Four possible consequences of El Niño returning in 2023
submitted 2 months ago by [deleted] from theconversation.com
Science proves that preaching the ideology of victimhood makes people feel falsely oppressed.
submitted 2 months ago by Chipit from twitter.com
Lonely people see the world differently, according to their brains
submitted 2 months ago by PanzerDivision from arstechnica.com
The first fully A.I.-generated drug enters clinical trials in human patients
submitted 2 months ago by ActuallyNot from cnbc.com
Why do prime numbers make these spirals?
submitted 2 months ago by boston_blackie from 3blue1brown.com
Water So Pure it Will Kill You
submitted 3 months ago by PanzerDivision from nuscimagazine.com
75% of the world's population will live in deadly heat.
submitted 3 months ago by dwight-crawford from newsmeki.com
The Bill Gates Mosquito Factory in Colombia: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
submitted 3 months ago by boston_blackie from cryptogon.com
Unexpected discovery about the human brain, overturning the understanding of the past 100 years.
Forests Around Chernobyl Aren’t Decaying Properly
submitted 3 months ago by Fourier from smithsonianmag.com
Scientists zap sleeping humans' brains with electricity to improve their memory
submitted 3 months ago by PanzerDivision from text.npr.org
For years lots of important people told us again and again that discrimination against women in STEM was a massive problem. People who questioned its extent were accused of misogyny and sometimes fired. Now we have strong evidence that women were advantaged in hiring and had parity in others.
submitted 3 months ago by Chipit from journals.sagepub.com
Higher prenatal testosterone exposure is linked to Machiavellianism and psychopathy, study suggests
submitted 4 months ago by hfxB0oyA from psypost.org
A new peer reviewed study published in Current Psychology found that leftist extremism is a predictor of violent, psychopathic tendencies and narcissism.
submitted 4 months ago by Chipit from link.springer.com
Scientists use deep learning algorithms to predict political ideology based on facial characteristics. The accuracy of predictions was 61%. Women with attractive faces were more likely to be right-wing, while women whose faces showed contempt were more likely to be left-wing.
submitted 4 months ago by Chipit from psypost.org
Harnessing the same forces as lightning, new technology extracts electricity from humidity
submitted 4 months ago by Drewski from msn.com
Diatomaceous Earth Under Microscope (Fossilized Diatoms)
submitted 4 months ago by Megatron95 from youtube.com
Pigeons can be trained to diagnose cancer from biopsy images with the same accuracy as medical pathologists
submitted 4 months ago by [deleted] from science.org
The science they don’t want you to see — it shows man-made ‘Global Warming / Climate change’ is a lie
submitted 4 months ago by chottohen from bitchute.com
Big, if scalable - Solar Powered “Artificial Leaf” Produces Clean, Car-Ready Liquid Fuels From Sunlight
submitted 4 months ago by hfxB0oyA from scitechdaily.com
Scientists Create Real Doctor Octopus Arms
submitted 4 months ago by [deleted] from zerohedge.com
Scientists Regenerate Hair Cells that Enable Hearing
submitted 4 months ago by [deleted] from hms.harvard.edu
Mysterious sounds in stratosphere can't be traced to any known source - Solar-powered balloons floating 20 kilometres above ground have recorded inaudible low-frequency signals that have so far not been traced back to any known source
submitted 4 months ago by neolib from newscientist.com
The Bell Curve: The most controversial book ever in science | Richard Haier and Lex Fridman
submitted 4 months ago by HugodeCrevellier from youtu.be
Trust The Science - ‘One third of scientific papers are made up’…
Everyone Was Wrong About Reverse Osmosis—Until Now
submitted 4 months ago by Drewski from wired.com
Room-Temperature Superconductor Discovery Meets With Resistance
submitted 4 months ago by Chipit from quantamagazine.org
A New Study Says Gray Hair May Be Reversible
submitted 4 months ago by [deleted] from popularmechanics.com
MIT Scientists Create New Nanoparticle Sensors To Detect Early Cancer Via Simple Paper Test
submitted 5 months ago by [deleted] from theepochtimes.com
The Dark History of "Vaccines": The Manmade Origin of AIDS and Other Diseases ⋆ 🔔 The Liberty Daily
submitted 5 months ago by boston_blackie from thelibertydaily.com
Raccoons are smarter than cats and dogs, and every other mammal that isn't a primate
submitted 5 months ago by [deleted] from nedhardy.com
The Hidden Dangers of Everyday Objects - Sideprojects
submitted 5 months ago by zyxzevn from youtube.com
Illustrating The Anal Teeth And Deadly Farts Of Invertebrate Butts
submitted 5 months ago by [deleted] from sciencefriday.com
Raccoon intelligence at the borderlands of science
submitted 5 months ago by [deleted] from apa.org
Russia Accuses U.S. of Working on “Universal” Genetically Engineered Bioweapon - The New American
submitted 5 months ago by boston_blackie from thenewamerican.com
Chymosin - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics
submitted 5 months ago by Musky from sciencedirect.com
'AI Is Totally Safe And Development Should Continue Rapidly,' Says Totally Genuine, 100% Human Scientist
submitted 5 months ago by BISH from babylonbee.com
On average, blacks have lower cognitive ability than whites, likely the most thoroughly documented fact in all of American social science.
submitted 5 months ago by Chipit from humanvarieties.org
Scientists Found a 'Leak' in Photosynthesis That Could Fill Humanity's Energy Bucket
submitted 5 months ago by [deleted] from cnet.com
Glyptodon Pups Born at the Smithsonian's National Zoo
submitted 5 months ago by Musky from nationalzoo.si.edu
X-rays of kids’ skulls as their baby teeth get pushed out and their permanent teeth grow in
submitted 6 months ago by Zapped from dangerousminds.net
Amazing Invention- This Drone Will Change Everything
submitted 6 months ago by hfxB0oyA from youtu.be
Online tests suggest IQ scores in US dropped for the first time in nearly a century
submitted 6 months ago by Alphix from phys.org
A team of climate scientists from France, Russia and Germany has found that ancient viruses dormant for tens of thousands of years in permafrost can infect modern amoeba when they are revived
submitted 6 months ago by neolib from phys.org
Is Gain-of-Function Research a ‘Risk Worth Taking’? Or ‘Insanity’? The Biden administration remains supportive of gain-of-function research “to help prevent future pandemics” as long as it’s done safely and with transparency. Is it worth the risks?
submitted 6 months ago by Chipit from thefp.com