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Can Science and the Supernatural Co-exist?Wednesday, December 26, 2012
By James D. Stein, PhD
The truth is out there – and we have been searching for it for millennia. Some of the truth is known – these are the great laws of science. Some of the truth is unknown – but will be uncovered by scientists of the future. But many people, including some distinguished scientists, believe that some of the truth is unknowable, and will remain forever hidden. It will remain hidden because there are ultimate secrets of the Universe that science is incapable of disclosing.
Lost Age of SupermenMonday, April 23, 2012
By Doug Yurchey
The physical evidence of precisely cut and finely trimmed megaliths, massive statues, obelisks and pyramids from prehistoric times tells us of a lost age; an age of supermen and superwomen far beyond Star Wars and Star Trek.
Phoenix Ascended UpdateMonday, December 22, 2003
By Newsletter from Phoenix Ascended
about the issue of extraterrestrial technology having gotten to major
Multi - Dimensional RealityFriday, December 19, 2003
By John A. Keel
Being multi-dimensional beings, we possess specific sensory organs which allow us to perceive different ’dimensions’ or facets of reality. For instance here are some distinct ’dimensions’ which are part of the one electromagnetic reality - spectrum, as described by researcher John A. Keel
Top New Science Newslinks
The pursuit of eternal life has consumed mankind for centuries but now a British scientist believes we are close to cracking it.
In 2012, network scientist and data theorist Samuel Arbesman published a disturbing thesis: What we think of as established knowledge decays over time.
600-mile discovery uncovered under muddy water breaks 'all paradigms of reef science'.
Scientist Donald Hoffman from the University of California believes that what we are really seeing around us is simply a façade that guides our way around a far more complex and hidden matrix.
We might see things before we're actually aware of them.
New evidence has been provided to explain why deep sea creatures were able to survive the catastrophic asteroid strike that wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago.
Some people appear to be born with 'superhero DNA' that cancels out genetic diseases like cystic fibrosis, say researchers.
The origin of life on Earth has been a matter of intense debate throughout human history. Even today, scientists don't know whether the molecular building blocks of life were created on Earth or whether they were brought here by comets and meteorites. This is obviously hugely important – if they were delivered to Earth then it seems plausible that they may have been transported to other planets, too.
Skeptic challenges notion that small-brained Homo naledi deliberately disposed of its dead
Many gene variants have been associated with schizophrenia, but we should be wary of these findings.
Today we face the possibility of babies getting organs grown in human/nonhuman chimeras-- beasts that are pigs except for a single human organ. To the uninitiated, this may sound more like the dark arts than modern medicine, but pursuing careful research and potential clinical use of these chimeras is both proper and important.
Maybe we're just blips on some cosmic computer screen.
The scientific community needs to get a grip on its bias. Thankfully, the Creator gave them wonderfully-designed hands.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Scientists on Thursday announced the creation of a synthetic organism stripped down to the bare essentials with the fewest genes needed to survive and multiply, a feat at the microscopic level that may provide big insights on the very nature of life.
The infinite world of prime numbers just got a little more finite, after a pair of mathematicians discovered the prime number sequence isn't as random as once thought.
The oldest ever human nuclear DNA to be reconstructed and sequenced reveals Neanderthals in the making – and the need for a possible rewrite of our own origins.
SCIENTISTS have begun work on a bid to clone extinct cave lions after the discovery of two ancient cubs in perfect condition in the Siberian permafrost.
The accidental discovery was made by Jinru He, a graduate student in marine biology at China's Xiamen University when a polyp appeared on the corpse of a dead adult jellyfish.
The ancient Earth was a pretty miserable place. But from this eruptive, radiation-blasted, asteroid-pummeled wasteland, life did arise. Now, scientists have uncovered a tantalizing clue that Earth’s first hardy colonizers appeared much earlier than we thought.
Why did scientists ban pioneering quantum physicist Wolfgang Pauli from their labs? David Fathi’s photos explore his catastrophic Pauli Effect
A team of British and German researchers claimed to have found that a tiny bacteria can see their world the same way humans see. Bacterial cells act as the equivalent of a microscopic eyeball or the world's oldest and smallest camera eye, the scientists have found.
In the universe, there has been no incidence of present and future at all at any site of space, all are submerged into their respective depths of the past. In or under the circumstances : In the evolution- The Universe as I see its- near about 14 billion years past location is dark energy or event horizon yet from that location- just at this time it is again- event horizon is on this place. Both locations are same i.e. event horizon or dark energy is omnivorous. Our universe age is 14 billion years yet that the case in our lifetime. That is to say; By the Big Bang and Evolution, Big/huge universe for our lifetime i.e. Space Time Physics for lifetime and lifeless position is in the dark energy or event horizon. Astrobiology, Astronomy, Astrophysics, Cosmology or History of the universe is early i.e. early universe. The most important tale is that- it is possible to feel or assess it through the depth of our brain and nothing else i.e. no other means...
The brain’s model of the body can tell us a lot about its model of attention.
In the summer of 2013, Steven Pinker, the chaired Harvard professor of psycholinguistics and bestselling author of popular psychology, engaged in a heated debate in the pages of The New Republic with its literary editor at the time, Leon Wieseltier. The debate took place in three hefty articles, starting with Pinker’s shot across the bow, “Science Is Not Your Enemy”, then Wieseltier’s rebuttal, “Crimes Against Humanities”, and finally, yet inconclusively, a lightning round, “Science vs. the Humanities, Round III”.
The question of what sets humans apart from other animals is one of the oldest philosophical puzzles. A popular answer is that only humans can understand that others also have minds like their own.
A recent genetic counseling session reminded me of a chromosomal quirk that flies completely under the radar of genome sequencing, yet if it were to turn up in two copies in a bunch of people who have children together, could theoretically seed a second human species, one characterized by a chromosome number of 44, not 46.
In a new paper to be published in Proceedings of the Royal Society, a team of researchers has found that overwhelming evidence without a dissenting opinion can in fact weaken the credibility of a case, or point to a failure of the system.
The sense of feeling a ghostly presence has been created in a lab by scientists recently. According to the study, scientists located the area in the brain that causes the sense that someone is watching but no one is there.
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