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From earphones to jet engines, 3D printing takes off

1 week ago - Many manufacturers are at an early stage of discovering the benefits of 3D printing, but one of the clearest strengths is customization. At Normal, consumers can use a mobile app to photograph their ear, transmit the shots to the New York startup's 3D printing facility and then ...

3D-printing a lunar base

1 week ago - Could astronauts one day be printing rather than building a base on the Moon? In 2013 ESA, working with industrial partners, proved that 3D printing using lunar material was feasible in principle. Since then, work continues to investigate the technique. The shielding against radiation ...

Weak Sun Poses Radiation Risk for Mars-Bound Astronauts

1 week ago - Decreasing solar activity could make the journey to Mars and back riskier for astronauts, a new study warns. The sun's magnetic field acts as a barrier to high-energy galactic cosmic rays, which originate outside the solar system in supernova explosions. The magnetic field is ...

Being Shown Pictures of Being Loved May Reduce Brain's Response to Threat

1 week ago - Being shown pictures of others being loved and cared for has been linked to a reduction in the brain's response to threat, according to a recent study. Researchers from the University of Exeter found that when individuals are briefly presented pictures of others receiving ...

Enjoy this period of false stability. We're on the brink of an economic collapse

1 week ago - The idea that the United States is on the brink of a horrifying economic crash is absolutely inconceivable to most Americans. After all, the economy has been relatively stable for quite a few years and the stock market continues to surge to new heights. On Friday, the Dow and the ...

The CDC stockpiles Ebola equipment while mainstream press has an Ebola news blackout

1 week ago - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is ramping up its acquisition of protective gear for U.S. hospitals that may have to handle Ebola patients, following a "sudden increase" in demand on its current national stockpile. The federal health agency said in a November 7 ...

Bombshell Guidestones 2014 Revelation!! The Cube In The Guidestones

1 week ago - When a mysterious cube was added to the controversial Georgia Guidestones with the number 2014, the internet went crazy, theories came out fast and furiously, but now, with visual evidence backing up this bombshell claim of “I put the 2014 CUBE in the Guidestones,” an explanation ...

Medical study: Sugar as addictive as heroin

1 week ago - A teaspoon of sugar might make your medicine go down, but a recent medical observation warns that the sweet stuff could be as addictive as heroin. You're most likely aware that consuming sugar in excess can be very unhealthy, leading to obesity and diabetes. However, a ...

Casting Out Demons: Pope Francis Declares Support for Exorcisms

1 week ago - Pope Francis recently expressed his approval of a group of exorcists meeting at the Vatican this week. While exorcisms, in which demonic spirits are driven out of a supposedly possessed person, may seem a dark practice relevant only on TV screens, they have long been recognized by the ...

Horizons 2014: Graham Hancock Psychedelics and Civilisation, Light and Darkness

1 week ago - Graham Hancock investigates the possibility that by demonising and criminalising the use of psychedelics, rather than seeking out ways to harness their power for altering consciousness in safe and nurturing spaces, our society may have set itself on a profoundly negative path — a ...

Michio Kaku: "all hell's going to break loose by midweek"

1 week ago - Michio Kaku joins CBS This Morning to warn 250 million Americans that “we are in the bullseye” and by midweek, “all hell’s going to break loose” as America prepares to be pummeled by something sounding almost Biblical, ‘BomboGenesis’. Kaku warns that air, train and ...

Mystery sea of stars? Rocket experiment finds surprising cosmic light

1 week ago - Using an experiment carried into space on a NASA suborbital rocket, astronomers at Caltech and their colleagues have detected a diffuse cosmic glow that appears to represent more light than that produced by known galaxies in the universe. The researchers, including Caltech ...

Japanese scientists succeed in making mice transparent

1 week ago - Invisibility may still be the stuff of fiction, but researchers in Japan have developed a way to make mice almost totally transparent. Using a method that almost completely removes color from tissue, researchers say they can now examine individual organs or even whole bodies ...

First Amphibious "Sea Monster" Found; Fills Evolutionary Gap

1 week ago - A new species of dinosaur-era sea reptile that could live on both land and in water has been unearthed in China—the first amphibious "sea monster" ever found. The ichthyosaur, whose discovery was announced Wednesday, fills a crucial gap in the evolution of these dolphin-like ...

To Europa! Mission to Jupiter's Moon Gains Support in Congress

1 week ago - Scientists who want to explore Jupiter's ocean-harboring moon Europa have some allies in high places. Several influential congresspeople are among those calling for a mission to Europa, which is regarded by many scientists as the best place to search for life beyond Earth. ...

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