• Posts Tagged ‘science’

    Bow To Your Tentacled Overlords

    by  • June 15, 2011 • science • 1 Comment

    New research suggests cephalopods may have developed consciousness before mammals – the first truly thinking creatures on the planet. Scientists have found cephalopods – including squid, cuttlefish and nautiluses – can use tools, navigate mazes, learn from each other, mimic other species and solve complex problems. Yet they followed a completely different evolutionary line...

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    The Limits Of Science

    by  • May 10, 2011 • science • 0 Comments

    “We live in an age in which science enjoys remarkable success. We have mapped out a grand scheme of how the physical universe works on scales from quarks to galactic clusters, and of the living world from the molecular machinery of cells to the biosphere. There are gaps, of course, but many of them...

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    A New Force Of Nature

    by  • April 8, 2011 • science • 0 Comments

    Research physicists using a particle accelerator may have discovered a new force of nature. The team at the Tevatron is currently analysing its data before announcing it has found a previously-unknown particle. If it is in fact true, Dr Hooper believes that the mystery particle represents an undiscovered “fundamental force”. “We’d essentially be saying...

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    No Hiding Place

    by  • April 5, 2011 • Research Material, science • 0 Comments

    He described a future two to three years away in which a user could wear glasses equipped with vision recognition technology that display the profile of any person the user comes into contact with, calling up their conversation history and other personal–but private–information. No hiding from those drunken tweets or FB status updates. On...

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    Mushrooms That Make Zombie Ants

    by  • March 3, 2011 • Research Material, science • 5 Comments

    “On a recent field trip to the region, scientists discovered four new species of fungus that infect ants, take over their bodies and eventually kill them in a place that is just right for the organism to grow inside them. The fungus can destroy entire colonies and leave behind gruseome ant graveyards, where twisted,...

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    NASA Discovers New Form Of Life – On Earth

    by  • December 2, 2010 • science • 5 Comments

    NASA has uncovered an entirely new life form on our planet that “doesn’t share the biological building blocks of anything currently living” on Earth. The lead scientist behind the research Dr. Felisa Wolfe-Simon says, “This microbe is doing something different than what we know.” She adds, “We’ve cracked open the door for what’s possible...

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    Scientists Conduct First Successful Time Travel Experiment

    by  • November 22, 2010 • Research Material, science, The Pattern • 8 Comments

    Turns out it wasn’t 88mph after all. A team at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has completed a successful experiment with quantum time travel. Seth Lloyd and his collaborators “have identified a new approach to the problem that opens up the strange world of time travel to experiments,” according to a report in New...

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    Alien Planet Discovered Circling Dying Star

    by  • November 18, 2010 • science • 0 Comments

    Astronomers claim to have discovered the first planet originating from outside our galaxy. It circles a sun belonging to a group of stars called the Helmi stream, which once belonged to a separate dwarf galaxy. The “dying star” piece of the information reminded me of this: So now you know where they came from…

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    We Can Predict The Future

    by  • November 12, 2010 • science, The Occult, The Pattern • 0 Comments

    A major scientific journal is about to publish a peer-reviewed paper that may have staggering implications. “Extraordinary claims don’t come much more extraordinary than this: events that haven’t yet happened can influence our behaviour.: In other words, we have instinctive precognition, if the evidence presented in the paper holds up. The study has already...

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