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Jul 17, 2019

Regenerative Ecology — Scott Quitel, Founder, LandHealth Institute- ideaXme — Ira Pastor

Posted by in categories: aging, bees, biological, biotech/medical, complex systems, environmental, geoengineering, health, science, transhumanism

Jul 14, 2019

Zoltan Istvan talks with Science-Based species | Life Extension, UBI, Radical technological change

Posted by in categories: life extension, science, transhumanism

The prominent Transhumanist, Zoltan Istvan, discusses about his future involvement in the Transhumanist community, e.g., possibly running for the 2020 US Presidency.

Check out his webiste: zoltanistvan.com

Jul 14, 2019

In memoriam – Corby Corbató, MIT computer science pioneer, dies at 93

Posted by in categories: computing, science

Fernando José Corbató, Turing Award winner, computer scientist extraordinaire, MIT computer lab pioneer, RIP.

Jul 8, 2019

David Sinclair — Cracking & reversing the aging clock — Science Unlimited 2019

Posted by in categories: genetics, life extension, science

Renowned longevity researcher David Sinclair believes aging is not inevitable but a treatable condition. In his talk at Science Unlimited 2019, he explained why we age – and how we can reverse aging to extend human healthspan and lifespan.

David Sinclair is Professor in the Department of Genetics, Blavatnik Institute and co-Director of the Paul F. Glenn Center for the Biological Mechanisms of Aging at Harvard Medical School. Science Unlimited is held in Montreux, Switzerland, as part of the annual Frontiers Forum. See all speakers: https://forum.frontiersin.org

Jul 4, 2019

Episode two of this series explores the dawn of the era of a science-based search for truth, in particular, the study of life and the microscopic cells that form our bodies

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension, science

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With that basic research, mankind found the first major clue to the origins of aging and death. They discovered that some cells in our bodies that may never die. These “immortal cells” and the philosophical shift in thinking they engendered, will likely change medicine as we know it.

Jul 1, 2019

New Research Suggests That Those Who Study Music Excel In Science

Posted by in categories: media & arts, science

The link between music and better academic performance is studied in a new research study.

Jun 30, 2019

If you can pick up an electromagnetic phone call, if you can get an EEG, you can apply the same science to all electromagnetic waves, EVERY ELECTRON IN THE UNIVERSE THAT’S IN MOTION CREATES AN ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, science

So yea bro, you got the sensors to pick up the frequency you can hack it.

Jun 28, 2019

Confirmation of old theory leads to new breakthrough in superconductor science

Posted by in categories: materials, science

Phase transitions occur when a substance changes from a solid, liquid or gaseous state to a different state—like ice melting or vapor condensing. During these phase transitions, there is a point at which the system can display properties of both states of matter simultaneously. A similar effect occurs when normal metals transition into superconductors—characteristics fluctuate and properties expected to belong to one state carry into the other.

Scientists at Harvard have developed a bismuth-based, two-dimensional superconductor that is only one nanometer thick. By studying fluctuations in this ultra-thin material as it transitions into superconductivity, the scientists gained insight into the processes that drive superconductivity more generally. Because they can carry with near-zero resistance, as they are improved, will have applications in virtually any technology that uses electricity.

The Harvard scientists used the new technology to experimentally confirm a 23-year-old theory of superconductors developed by scientist Valerii Vinokur from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory.

Jun 28, 2019

Jason—a secretive group of Cold War science advisers—is fighting to survive in the 21st century

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, engineering, government, science

With the end of the Vietnam and Cold wars, Jason members began to branch out from physics and engineering. In 1977, they did their first assessment of global climate models and later advised DOE on which atmospheric measurements were most critical for the models. Since the mid-1990s, Jason has studied biotechnologies, including techniques for detecting biological weapons.


After near-death experience, top scientists seek a long-term home in the U.S. government.

Jun 26, 2019

The NASA Orbiter That Turned Lunar Science On Its Head

Posted by in category: science

Now ten years into its mission and counting, NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has pretty much turned lunar science on its head.

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