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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 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.
Speculations on using quantum entanglement to realize time travel, alien intelligence, artificial intelligence, and eternal life.
An analysis of which is more likely to occur, the Singularity or the zombie apocalypse. Also considered: a merger of the two!
Lease little guys could be the key to cryo-stasis. Even is we don't come up with warp drive these guys could help us survive for nearly indefinatly in stasis. Get rehydrated every seven years and then go back in for another seven
Prominent researchers from various disciplines discuss the nature of reality from a quantum physics perspective... Is ours a holographic universe?Featuring (in the order of their appearance) David Lynch, Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra, David Wilcock, David Icke, Michael Talbot, Gregg Braden, James J Traitz, Robert Anton Wilson, Neil Kramer, Grant Morrison, and Bill Hicks.
Over the course of two weeks, the night sky lit up with green pulses of light between the two islands – looking more like a scene from a Star Wars film than an experiment to help understand Earth’s atmosphere.
It sometimes seems as if our planet has no secrets left – but deep beneath the great Antarctic ice sheet scientists have made an astonishing discovery. They've found one of the largest lakes in the world. It's very existence defies belief.
A Russian company has announced that by 2016 they will have a fully functional hotel in Space. With all the amenities.
Creating custom biological units is the latest manufacturing trend, say 3-D Printing companies.
Top science headlines of the week.
An ambitious hunt by Johns Hopkins scientists for actively "jumping genes" in humans has yielded compelling new evidence that the genome, anything but static, contains numerous pesky mobile elements that may help to explain why people have such a variety of physical traits and disease risks.
Has a cure for HIV been found? Probably not, but German scientists believe they have found a possible cure for the disease. The only problem is you need your entire immune system wiped out for it to work.
In the movie Angels and Demons, scientists have solved one of the most perplexing scientific problems: the capture and storage of antimatter. In real life, trapping atomic antimatter has never been accomplished, until now.
Moving holograms have long been considered science fiction, but now with new
technology emerging you will soon be able to see how holograms do almost
everything, from watching TV, playing chess, walking the dog or even talking to you,
giving you advice.
Will glowing trees replace street lamps in the near future? Can glowing plants be used as a source of light?
Our cars, power plants, and other industrial sources, which rely on fossil fuels,
are poisoning us and our environment.
Approximately 30 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide (CO2), a product of
industrial combustion, enter the Earth’s atmosphere every year
Two blind programmers have developed software making internet available to all blind people!
Scientists are developing a microchip device that could help heal damage in the brain.
A study currently being conducted by University of South Carolina researchers suggests that brain damage from a stroke might not be so permanent after all.
Could time end and take us with it?
What if we could extract electricity from the air? Is something like that even possible? New research presented at the 240th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, suggests that it is.
Scientists have created genetically altered salmon that grows twice as fast as normal. Supposedly, the "creators" of this "frankenfish," say the Salmon is safe to eat.
If the human species should be destroyed on Earth, our future may reside on the Moon if plans.being drawn up for a Doomsday ark on the moon by the European Space Agency are carried through
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A space-age "force field" capable of protecting armoured vehicles and tanks by repelling incoming fire is being developed by British military scientists.