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Scientist claims to have discovered magnetic ‘sixth sense’ in humans

Scientist 6th sense humans

A US scientist believes he has discovered clear evidence of a lost human ‘sixth sense’ – one similar to that which enables animals to navigate the globe by detecting magnetic fields. For years, planetary scientist Joseph Kirschvink has been trying to find a definitive answer to a hotly debated theory that suggests …

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The sun’s magnetic field has flipped upside-down

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The sun has undergone a “complete field reversal,” with its north and south poles changing places as it marks the midpoint of Solar Cycle 24. “A reversal of the sun’s magnetic field is, literally, a big event,” NASA’s Dr. Tony Phillips said in a statement issued on the space agency’s website. …

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Solar storms and the pineal gland: riding the power wave

According to study published in the New Scientist back in 1998, there is a direct connection between the Sun’s solar storms and human biological effects. The conduit which facilitates the charged particles from the Sun to human disturbance — is the very same conduit which steers Earth’s weather —– the …

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Discovery of magnetic sensors in fish and rats may explain why some people can ‘feel’ wi-fi, smart meters, power lines and electropollution

It is well known that many people are sensitive to electromagnetic pollution. Wi-fi gives them headaches. Being near high-voltage power lines can bring on migraines. Using a cell phone unleashes similar symptoms. Until recently, there was no medically-understood mechanism by which electromagnetic waves could be sensed by humans. But now, …

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Korean scientists successfully kill cancer with magnets

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In South Korea, scientists used a magnetic field to get cancer cells to actually self-destruct. The body removes old, defective, and infected cells through the process of programmed cell death (PCD), or apoptosis. In apoptosis, the rejected cell responds to certain signals sent by the body by fragmenting. Immune cells …

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Plasma tubes floating above the Earth confirmed to exist

Plasma Tubes Earth

Astronomers have for the first time captured visual evidence of the existence of tubular plasma structures in the inner layers of the magnetosphere surrounding the Earth. “For over 60 years, scientists believed these structures existed but by imaging them for the first time, we’ve provided visual evidence that they are …

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Real-life ‘Iron Man’ suit commissioned by US military

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The technology in Iron Man is getting a step closer to reality thanks to the United States military. The Army has commissioned a Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit, which would provide the wearer with superhuman abilities like night vision, enhanced strength, and protection from gunfire. Each suit would have an on-board computer …

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Seven equations that rule the world

[youtube height=”400″ width=”550″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W54RIYR-eaY[/youtube] The alarm rings. You glance at the clock. The time is 6.30 am. You haven’t even got out of bed, and already at least six mathematical equations have influenced your life. The memory chip that stores the time in your clock couldn’t have been devised without a …

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Nearly 200 scientists warn of cell phone health risks

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Biological and health scientists from Russia and Iran to the USA are calling on the UN, the World Health Organization and national governments to develop strict regulations concerning devices and cellphones that create electromagnetic fields. The scientists are from 39 nations and have authored 2,000 peer-reviewed papers on the health …

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Bees & flowers communicate using electrical fields, scientists find

Bee flower

Did you know that flowers and bees communicate with one another about the amount and quality of pollen available using bioelectromagnetics? The Communication Between Bees and Flowers In a recent study from the University of Bristol and published in Science Express, scientists put electromagnetic detectors in flowers’ pollinators to watch the great romance of …

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Antarctic ice shelves not melting at all, new field data shows

Antarctic ice is not melting climate change is a hoax

Twenty-year-old models which have suggested serious ice loss in the eastern Antarctic have been compared with reality for the first time – and found to be wrong, so much so that it now appears that no ice is being lost at all. “Previous ocean models … have predicted temperatures and …

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Sub-atomic particle observed as both matter & antimatter

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After 80 years of painstaking experimentation, scientists have directly observed a sub-atomic particle that is its own antiparticle. The breakthrough promises a leap forward in quantum computing and potentially shows the path to finding dark matter. The particles are called the Majorana fermions, after the Italian scientist who proposed their …

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World’s thinnest camera sees a single cell

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Engineers at Stanford have demonstrated a high-resolution endoscope that is as thin as a human hair with a resolution four times better than previous devices of similar design. The so-called micro-endoscope is a significant step forward in high-resolution, minimally invasive bio-imaging, with potential applications in research and clinical practice. Micro-endoscopy …

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The most powerful casino-themed movies

The Las Vegas Strip has become a centre for gambling in the US

Movies have always been magnetic. It promises abandoned hilarity, adventure and immersion into the world that makes you forget about daily vanity. Understandably why producers and film directors choose Las Vegas as the main movie location and gambling as the main theme of movies. And whether you are acquainted with …

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