Science Controversies Articles
RUSSIAN DNA DISCOVERIESMonday, January 26, 2004
By von Grazyna Fosar und Franz Bludorf
The human DNA is a biological Internet and superior in many aspects to the artificial one. The latest Russian scientific research directly or indirectly explains phenomena such as clairvoyance, ntuition, spontaneous and remote acts of healing, self healing, affirmation techniques, unusual light/auras around people (namely spiritual masters), mind’s influence on weather patterns and much more.
The Human Brain-what is it?Friday, January 9, 2004
By Evgenya Shkolnikova
One famous German doctor, professor Hufland was once present during an autopsy performed on a person who had presumably died as a result of cerebral hemorrhage. The patient remained conscious until the end. Doctors however were shocked of the autopsy results. Instead of his brain, medics discovered nearly 300 milliliters of water!
Spirit’s Airbags will Get Another TugFriday, January 9, 2004
By NASA/JPL News Release
The rover carried out commands late Tuesday to pull in the cords to its base-petal airbags with three turns of the airbag retraction motor. "We got about a 5 centimeter (2 inch) lowering of the airbag to the left of the front of the lander, which is the one we’re most concerned about," said JPL’s Arthur Amador, mission manager. "That airbag is still a little too high,
The New Tesla Electromagnetics and the Secrets of Free Electrical EnergyFriday, January 9, 2004
By T. E. Bearden
We always assume everything exists in time. Actually, nothing presently measured exists in time, because the physicical detection/measurement process of our present instruments destroys time, riping it off and tossing it away -- and thereby "colla psing the wave function." Present scientific methodology thus is seriously flawed. It does not yield fundamental (spacetime) truth, but only a partial (spatial) truth. This in turn leads to great scienific oversights.
The Time Space DisContinuumFriday, January 2, 2004
By Rich Anders
the locations of a planets poles and its orbit are determined by its electromagnetic charge. Therefore, a new very different electromagnetic field can indeed result in a different location of the poles and possibly even in a new orbit for a planet.
Top Science Controversies Newslinks
The debate about whether we have free will or whether everything is predetermined extends beyond philosophy into neuroscience, physics, and even literary theory.
Here’s a look at three scientists discussing why free will may or may not exist.
An ancient Egyptian statue in a British museum has been captured on video mysteriously moving in a circle. One of the museum's employees noticed the statue had been moving and placed a video camera to capture the strange phenomena. As of right now no one has an explanation for the movement of the object.
30 year University of California, Northridge researcher finds soft tissue and DNA on the horn of a triceratops and publishes a peer reviewed article on the discovery. Subsequently the University fired him for cause;-cause they didn't like the implications of his research on Darwinian theory.
Dinosaur hunting at Harvard's Peabody Archaeological Museum's online Collection. A dozen or so may be dinosaurs by ancient artists.
Without noting the deep irony of their announcement and without confessing their own obstinacy in having previously debunked all former evidence supporting the proposition, last year the Smithsonian Institution along with the University of Florida announced the discovery (and acceptance as genuine) of an object depicting a mammoth here in North America which they announced to be 13,000 years old.
New evidence supports the possibility that our entire universe is a computer simulation. Down the rabbit hole we go...
Past 5,000 years prolific for changes to human genome
— A team of Chinese and American scientists have discovered the world’s only evidence of co-existing human beings and dinosaur tracks in a remote county in southwest China’s Chongqing Municipality, according to a paper published Saturday in the Geological Bulletin of China, a Chinese core academic journal.
A new paper purports to back up philosopher Nick Bostrom's claim that we may live in a simulated universe.
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Another one bites the cosmic dust. Wether it's "God" or "gods" or "superior biotech", any scientist openly considering "intelligent design" is excommunicated. Think. NASA - Never A Straight Answer.