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    March 19, 2011 super moon ? Is there any scientific evidance?

    Many people belived that japan quake was happened because of super moon. Is there any scientific evidence ?
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    Half of men may have HPV infections: study

    Half of men in the general population may be infected with human papillomavirus or HPV, the human wart virus that causes cervical and other cancers, strengthening the case for vaccinating boys against HPV, U.S. researchers said on Monday. U.S. vaccine advisers have been weighing whether boys...
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    Lightworker february Beacon of Light Magnetic Whip ~Magnetosphere Whiplash

    The Beacons of Light ~ Re-minders from Home February 15 2011 ~ Magnetic Whip ~ Magnetosphere Whiplash The Beacons of Light Re-minders from Home are presented Live on the internet, transcribed and posted here on the 15th of each month. The next Lightworker VirtualLight Broadcast will be on...
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    Don't expect genome breakthroughs yet, expert says

    Scientists should dial down expectations about breakthroughs from mapping the human genome because it will take years to make sense of all the information, a leader of the mapping project says. Ten years after the first full sequence of the human genome was published, medicine has not been...
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    Tiny water flea has more genes than you

    A tiny, translucent water flea that can reproduce without sex and lives in ponds and lakes has more genes than any other creature, said scientists who have sequenced the crustacean's genome. Daphnia pulex, named after the nymph in Greek mythology who transforms into a tree in order to escape...
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    Japanese stem cell researcher wins top award

    Japanese scientist Shinya Yamanaka was Friday honoured with a Spanish award worth 400,000 euros ($544,000) for his pioneering work on cell reprogramming. Yamanaka won the BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award in Biomedicine, the foundation announced. The former orthopedic surgeon made...
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    Canadian stem cell pioneer dies

    WASHINGTON (AFP) – Ernest McCulloch, a Canadian researcher who was part of a team that first proved the existence of stem cells more than five decades ago died this week at the age of 84, his colleagues said Friday. McCulloch and his research partner James Till together created the first...
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    Puerto Rico aims to protect newly discovered reefs

    SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – As the ocean floor plunges off southwestern Puerto Rico, it reveals coral reefs dotted with bright-blue sea squirts and a multitude of other organisms whose existence has given hope to scientists who strive to save the island's threatened ecosystems. The organisms are an...
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    Elite Society: Earth Must Prepare For Encounter With Violent Aliens

    Alok Jha London Guardian Jan 13, 2011 World governments should prepare a co-ordinated action plan in case Earth is contacted by aliens, according to scientists. They argue that a branch of the UN must be given responsibility for “supra-Earth affairs” and formulate a plan for how to deal with...
  10. Unhypnotized

    An Overwhelming Number of Scientific Studies Conclude That Cavity Levels are Falling Worldwide … Even In Countries Which Don’t Fluoridate Water

    Washington’s Blog Jan 12, 2011 Everyone agrees that the number of cavities have plummeted in the U.S. over the last couple of decades, after water fluoridation was introduced (that is why health officials call water fluoridation “one of the ten greatest public health accomplishments of the...
  11. New UFO Hunter

    Earth Must Prepare for Close Encounter with Aliens, Say Scientists

    01-11-2011 02:54 AM 'World governments should prepare a co-ordinated action plan in case Earth is contacted by aliens, according to scientists. Scientists argue that a branch of the UN must be given responsibility for "supra-Earth affairs" and formulate a plan for how to deal with...
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    Scientists defend Asian carp research methods

    TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. – Scientists whose genetics-based research became a lightning rod in the debate over protecting the Great Lakes from Asian carp have made their case in a newly published article that says at least some of the dreaded invaders have gotten beyond an electric barrier meant to...
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    Genes predict hair colour, say scientists

    Samples of DNA can give a high-probability estimate of someone's hair colour, a finding that will be a boon for forensic scientists, according to a new study published on Tuesday. DNA taken from blood, sperm, saliva or skin cells can determine with more than 90-percent accuracy whether a person...
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    Giant stork once roamed Indonesian island

    JAKARTA, Indonesia – Fossils of a giant stork have been discovered on a far-flung Indonesian island that has been home to many extreme-sized creatures — from tiny human-like "hobbits" and dwarf elephants to the world's largest-known rats and lizards. Authors Hanneke Meijer and Rokus Due wrote...
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    Virus of the Mind

    Richard Brodie "Virus of the Mind: The New Science of the Meme " Publisher: Hay House 2009-05-15 | 288 Pages | ISBN: 1401924689 | PDF | 6 MB Virus of the Mind is the first popular book devoted to the science of memetics, a controversial new field that transcends psychology, biology...
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    mysterious creature spotted in uk port

    http://news.ninemsn.com.au/world/818...ted-in-uk-port A mysterious object has been spotted in waters near Liverpool in England's northwest, sparking speculation it could be a shark. The object, seen at the Albert dock in Merseyside, has raised questions about the effect England's freezing...
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    Scientist alleges religious discrimination in Ky.

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. – An astronomer argues that his Christian faith and his peers' belief that he is an evolution skeptic kept him from getting a prestigious job as the director of a new student observatory at the University of Kentucky. Martin Gaskell quickly rose to the top of a list of...
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    FLUORIDE'S DEADLY SECRET Dr. Russel Blaylock 1/7

    Video Information Dr. Russell Blaylock M.D. is a retired neurosurgeon and author whose trailblazing research has tirelessly documented the fact that there is an epidemic of neurological disorders in the western world which are directly connected to toxins in our environment, and how this...
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    Planetary Scientist Simulates Asteroid Impacts Q&A

    Asteroids may leave impact craters and occasionally wipe out entire species, but planetary scientist Elisabetta "Betty" Pierazzo also wants to know what happens to Earth's seas and skies. Her work at the Planetary Science Institute in Tucson, Ariz., has revealed not only how deep impacts altered...
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    Tiniest life form - Somatids

    In the universal scheme of things there lies, somewhere between energy and matter, sub-microscopic energy particles called Somatids. They are found in all things inlcuding humans, animals, fruit and veg, the sap of plants, and even in lifeless organic matter like rock and ashes. They are...
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