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    Verifying Your Health Through Genetic Testing in 2021

    Physicians now offer robust genetic tests to patients, thanks to advances in medical technology, science, and research. Genetic screenings have many purposes. Of course, they’re commonly utilized by patients who want to discern their risk for different illnesses. Monitoring the health of babies to assist expectant mothers is another thing that genetic testing can accomplish. What genetic testing does is…

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  • Net Worth

    Bill Nye Net Worth 2021

    Bill Nye the Science Guy is worth millions starring in the popular educational series. He wrote books, went on tours and endorsed products under the moniker

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  • History

    The US Government On The Verge Of Confiscating Supposed Debris Of The Roswell UFO Crash

    In 2011, a man discovered a number of artifacts in Roswell, New Mexico, where an alien spacecraft had supposedly crashed in 1947. He took the mysterious metallic pieces to a number of labs for testing. Results came back showing that the mysterious artifacts were not from Earth. “…either the lab made an analytical error or the material is not from…

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    Linda Moulton Howe: Latest Antarctica Volcano Count — 138!

    Scientists from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland have done the first study of the West Antarctic Rift with ice-penetrating radar and have found what might be the largest volcanic region on Earth, larger than the East Africa volcanic ridge that contains Mt. Kilimanjaro. They analyzed the shape of the land beneath the ice using measurements from ice-penetrating radar and…

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    Deceleration of Runaway Electrons Paves the Way for Fusion Power

    Fusion power has the potential to provide clean and safe energy that is free from carbon dioxide emissions. However, imitating the solar energy process is a difficult task to achieve. Two young plasma physicists at the Chalmers University of Technology have developed a technology model that could lead to better methods for decelerating runaway electrons that could destroy a future…

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  • History

    Forbidden Archeology the Very Ancient History of Humankind

    Over the past two centuries researchers have found bones and artifacts showing that people like ourselves existed on earth millions of years ago. But the scientific establishment has ignored these remarkable facts because they contradict the dominant views of human origins and antiquity. Cremo and Thompson challenge us to rethink our understanding of human origins, identity, and destiny. Forbidden Archeologytakes…

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    Newly Found Sunken Continents Suggests the Mythical Continent of Lemuria was Real

    Scientists have discovered at least TWO sunken continents on Earth. The discovery of these continents has changed the way we look at Earth’s history, offering new evidence which many authors have interpreted as material which points to the fact that the mythical continents such as Lemuria, Mu, and Atlantis were real. Most of us are familiar with the legends of…

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    The US NAVY & NASA Have a Fully Operational ‘Space Fleet’

    Numerous claims have been made in recent years that support the result of one of the biggest security breaches in the history of the US military. According to reports, the US Navy and NASA have a fully operational Space Fleet. Interestingly, these ‘accusations’ are backed up by high ranking individuals such as Senator Daniel K. Inouye who said: “There exists…

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    Astrology, Solar Cycles, Water Memory and DNA

    A recent Norwegian study, found that humans born during solar minimums (periods of lesser Sun activity) live 5 years more than people born during solar periods of higher activity. The researchers examined the lives of 8,600 people born in between the years of 1676 to 1878 and they noticed this reoccurring trend. They then established that higher Sun rays affected…

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  • Tech

    Teleporting Toward a Quantum Internet

    Quantum physics is a field that appears to give scientists superpowers. Those who understand the world of extremely small or cold particles can perform amazing feats with them—including teleportation—that appear to bend reality. The science behind these feats is complicated, and until recently, didn’t exist outside of lab settings. But that’s changing: researchers have begun to implement quantum teleportation in…

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