SCIENCE







Sustained, High-Fidelity Quantum Teleportation Achieved for the First Time
BY: FERMI NATIONAL ACCELERATOR LABORATORY ... A viable quantum internet — a network in which information stored in qubits is shared over long distances through entanglement — would transform the fields of data storage, precision sensing and computing, ushering in a new era of communication … continue reading



YouTuber Creates Real-Life ‘Star Wars’ Lightsaber That Slices Steel
BY: HANNAH SPARKS ... This is no Hollywood prop. Engineer and YouTube personality James Hobson has finally done what so many movie nerds before him have dreamed about: He created a functional — and potentially deadly — lightsaber fit for a real Jedi … continue reading



Scientists Claim To Discover New Organ In Human Skull
BY: DAN ROBITZSKI ... FA team of doctors from the Netherlands was studying high-resolution brain scans when they stumbled upon a set of previously-undiscovered organs hiding inside the base of the human skull: a fourth pair of salivary glands … continue reading



This May Be the First Lab-Grown Meat to Actually Hit the Market
BY: JON CHRISTIAN ... For years, there’s been a crowded market of startups racing to bring the first lab-grown meat to market — think Aleph Farms, JUST, and the Bill Gates-funded Memphis Meats. But bringing a product to supermarket shelves has remained elusive. To be fair, it continues to do so. But, according to a new feature in the Los Angeles Times , a Singaporean startup called Shiok Meats may … continue reading



The Rush to Patent, Control, Profit From the Coronavirus Dates Back to 1999, Implicates the CDC, Dr. Fauci
BY: LANCE D JOHNSON ... The rush to patent, control and profit from coronaviruses dates back to 1999 and implicates the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and virus researchers such as Ralph Barrick and Dr. Anthony Fauci, the leader of the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) who helped drive the U.S. into a spin cycle of shutdowns, behavioral controls, and restricted liberties that all lead to one controlling end: mandatory, experimental vaccinations for every person by 2021 … continue reading



Smart Dust
BY: MAIZE. ... Smart Dust is a system of many tiny microelectromechanical systems such as sensors, robots, or other devices, that can detect light, temperature, vibration, magnetism, chemicals and other stimuli. In 1965, Gordon Moore, the founder of Intel, predicted that the number of components that could fit on a single chip could double every 2 years … continue reading



Why Hundreds of Millions of Genetically Engineered Mosquitoes Will Soon Be Released in Florida
BY: KASHMIRA GANDER ... Hundreds of millions of genetically engineered mosquitoes will soon be released in Florida, in a first for the U.S. On Tuesday, the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District (FKMCD) approved plans to release the insects, who do not bite, as part of a pilot project launching next year … continue reading



US Army is Developing Self-Healing & Shape-Shifting Material
BY: STACY LIBERATORE ... US Army is developing self-healing and shape-shifting material that could lead to 'Terminator-style' drones which morph to adapt to new threats. The US Army is pulling inspiration from the popular film 'Terminator 2' in designing material capable of shape-shifting and autonomously healing. Made of polymer, the 3D printable component has a dynamic bond that allows it to go from liquid to solid multiple times … continue reading



Scientist Find Microplastics Inside Human Organs
BY: VICTOR TANGERMANN ... Bits of microplastics are showing up inside human tissues, according to new research. A team from Arizona State University found nanoplastic particles in all 47 samples of a variety of human organs, including lungs, liver, spleen, and kidneys. “You can find plastics contaminating the environment … continue reading



Japan’s Life-Size, Fully Functional 55,000-pound Gundam is Now Complete
BY: ELIAS MARAT ... Japan’s life-size, fully functional 55,000-pound Gundam is now complete Late last month, footage emerged of Japan’s full-sized Gundam robot testing the functionality of its legs in the Port of Yokohama which lies near Tokyo. Late last month, footage emerged of Japan’s full-sized Gundam robot testing the functionality of its legs in the Port of Yokohama which lies near Tokyo … continue reading



Gates Tries to Justify Side Effects of Fast-Tracked Vaccine
BY: DR. MERCOLA ... As vaccine companies rush to bring a COVID-19 vaccine to market, billionaire Microsoft founder Bill Gates — who routinely funnels hundreds of millions of dollars to various vaccine projects — warns you will probably need “multiple doses” of any given COVID-19 vaccine for it to be effective. In speaking with CBS News, Gates said, “None of the vaccines at this point appear like they’ll work with a single dose … continue reading



Geophysicists Discover Vast, Anomalous Structures Embedded in the Earth’s Lower Mantle
BY: JAKE ANDERSON ... Whatever these structures are, they are located 3,000 kilometers below the surface of the Earth in the hellishly hot zone where the outer core meets the lower mantle. A stunning announcement by geophysicists earlier this month suggests the inside of our planet still has many deep mysteries that remain hidden from us under the surface. A team of researchers using decades of seismographs and an advanced algorithm say they have discovered a series of vast structures … continue reading



Astronomers Record Signal Coming From Deep Space Every 157 Days
BY: VICTOR TANGERMANN ... A Scientists can't explain these mysterious signals from space — but they're trying. A team of astronomers have discovered a new “fast radio burst” (FRB) signal, Space.com reports — mysterious flashes of millisecond-wave energy, coming from distance space, that repeat every 157 days. The signal, dubbed FRB 121102, flares up for a 90 day period and then goes silent for another 67 days, as detailed in a paper about the discovery published Sunday in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society … continue reading



Israeli-Arab Researcher Invents Self-Healing ‘Electronic Skin’
BY: YAKIR BENZION ... A doctoral student at the Technion has invented a soft electricity-conducting polymer that is elastic and waterproof, and can heal itself in the event of an “injury,” even if cut apart. Technion doctoral student Muhammad Khatib is working on his PhD in chemical engineering and developed a new plastic that is a major leap forward in the development of artificial skin. Khatib has been working on a new polymer to develop advanced sensors for monitoring temperature, pressure, and acidity for a range of future applications in the fields of robotics, prosthetics (artificial limbs) and wearable devices … continue reading



Universe May Actually Have a 'North' & a 'South' as New Tests Tear Holes in Einstein's Gravity Theory
BY: RT NEWS ... Scientists studying a quasar 13 billion light years away believe they have discovered a ‘direction’ to the universe which, if proven true, would upend not only Einstein’s theory of gravity, but the standard model of cosmology. The universe is governed by four fundamental forces which stitch it together: gravity, weak nuclear force, strong nuclear force and electromagnetism … continue reading



This Mutant Bacterial Enzyme Could Recycle Plastic Bottles In Just Hours
BY: ANTHONY MCLENNAN ... It’s one of the biggest challenges facing humanity: how to stop the tide of plastic pollution that is suffocating our planet. Now, a French company called Carbios has developed a mutant enzyme formula which can break down plastic into a pristine recyclable form in only a few hours. Convenient, lightweight and offering greater profit than other products … continue reading



Scientists Grow ‘Yarn’ From Human Flesh So They Can Stitch People Up, Repair Organs
BY: ELIAS MARAT ... Scientists just created flexible yarn from human skin cells. A team of scientists in France have managed to grow a “human textile” from human skin cells, creating yarn based on human flesh that can be used to close wounds or knitted, crocheted, and weaved into unique patterns for implantable skin grafts. Researchers at the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research in Bordeaux have … continue reading



Scientists Build “First Living Robots” From Frog Stem Cells
BY: VICTOR TANGERMANN ... A team of researchers have built what they claim to be the first living robots. The “xenobots,” they say, can move, pick up objects, and even heal themselves after being cut. The team is hoping the biological machines could one day be used to clean up microplastics in the ocean or even deliver drugs inside the human body, The Guardian reports. To build the robots, the team used living cells from frog embryos and assembled them into primitive beings … continue reading



Famous Geneticist’s Dating App Would Match Users Based on DNA
BY: KRISTIN HOUSER ... Harvard geneticist ... George Church’s long list of lofty — but very possibly attainable — goals for the future of DNA research includes resurrecting the woolly mammoth, reversing human aging, and perhaps even helping you gain superhuman powers … continue reading