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Israeli Researchers Have Grown an Embryo Outside the Womb
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from haaretz.com
When you are told to "trust the science" remember that the science told us that bread and pasta should be the #1 component of our diets. This was taught at schools for decades.
submitted 2 years ago by Chipit from derwi.tk
submitted 4 years ago by magnora7 from i.redd.it
A small cartel controls scientific publishing, charging extortionate fees to access research which the public has funded. Following the example of Aaron Swartz, a young scientist called Alexandra Elbakyan created Sci-Hub, which allows free access to 70 million papers hidden behind paywalls.
submitted 5 years ago by Orangutan from theguardian.com
Biden picks transgender who encouraged Covid-safe orgies as assistant health secretary
submitted 2 years ago by MarcoPolo from naturalnews.com
Quantum Tunneling Is Not Instantaneous, Physicists Show
submitted 3 years ago by magnora7 from scientificamerican.com
Water on Mars -- With Picture!
submitted 4 years ago by 313337 from rt.com
Robert Maxwell helped set up the academic publishing pyramid scheme
submitted 1 year ago by jet199 from theguardian.com
A combo of fasting plus vitamin C is effective for hard-to-treat cancers in mice
submitted 3 years ago by magnora7 from sciencedaily.com
If You Thought Quantum Mechanics Was Weird, You Need to Check Out Entangled Time
submitted 4 years ago by Vigte from sciencealert.com
We need to throw out a mindblowing amount of science and start again
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from thespinoff.co.nz
Online tests suggest IQ scores in US dropped for the first time in nearly a century
submitted 9 months ago by Alphix from phys.org
Soyboys killed science
submitted 2 years ago by ChimpGoyGirl from pic8.co
Update on earths accelerating rotation speed.
submitted 2 years ago by Node from youtu.be
One-time treatment generates new neurons, eliminates Parkinson's disease in mice
Japan Just Landed a Spacecraft on an Asteroid, And The Photos Are Nuts
submitted 4 years ago by magnora7 from sciencealert.com
Monsanto's global weedkiller harms honeybee gut bacteria
submitted 5 years ago by [deleted] from theguardian.com
BBC Slammed For Teaching 9-Year-Olds There Are 'Over 100 Gender Identities'
submitted 2 years ago by MarcoPolo from newspunch.com
Neanderthal extinction not caused by brutal wipe out
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from bbc.com
MIT Engineers Create the “Impossible” – New Material That Is Stronger Than Steel and As Light as Plastic
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from scitechdaily.com
Why do dogs tilt their heads? New study offers clues
submitted 2 years ago by Drewski from science.org
With No Lockdown or Mask Mandate, Florida Has About the Same Hospitalization Level as 2018 Flu Season
submitted 2 years ago by MarcoPolo from humansarefree.com
Transgender Athletes Now Dominate Women's Sports
Pigeons can be trained to diagnose cancer from biopsy images with the same accuracy as medical pathologists
submitted 6 months ago by [deleted] from science.org
Problematic IQ science from Scientific American Magazine?
submitted 2 years ago by RuckusChan from i.ibb.co
Immune cell that kills most cancers discovered by accident by British scientists
submitted 3 years ago by Vigte from telegraph.co.uk
People who spend at least 2 hours in nature a week are significantly more likely to report good health and higher psychological wellbeing, according to a new large-scale study (n = 19,806), which found that it didn’t matter whether this was achieved in a single visit or over several shorter visits.
submitted 4 years ago by magnora7 from exeter.ac.uk
AI-engineered enzyme eats entire plastic containers
submitted 1 year ago by Drewski from chemistryworld.com
Bill Gates Wants To Release Genetically Modified Mosquitoes To Inject You With Vaccines
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from humansarefree.com
Scientists Regenerate Hair Cells that Enable Hearing
submitted 7 months ago by [deleted] from hms.harvard.edu
Faecal transplants reverse hallmarks of ageing
submitted 1 year ago by Drewski from uea.ac.uk
7 Dead and ALL Residents Infected in Spanish Nursing Home After the Experimental Pfizer mRNA Shots
Hundreds of climate scientists demand immediate end to Bill Gates’ genocidal “solar dimming” project
submitted 2 years ago by MarcoPolo from newstarget.com
The Successful Treatment of a Gender Dysphoric Patient With Pimozide - PubMed
submitted 3 years ago by Canbot from pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
There are 3 trilion trees in the world, they used to be twice as much before the advent of agriculture 12.000 years ago and currently the world is losing trees at a rate of 10 milion trees a year.
submitted 5 years ago by magnora7 from scientificamerican.com
Did you know that brass handles self sterilize? It's called the Oligodynamic Effect. It even kills superbug bacteria. Hospital induced infection is the 4th leading cause of death in the US. Why aren't hospital door knobs, handrails, and common contact points, all made of brass?
submitted 5 years ago by Tom_Bombadil from en.m.wikipedia.org
'Mindful people' feel less pain; MRI imaging pinpoints supporting brain activity
submitted 5 years ago by magnora7 from medicalxpress.com
Mushrooms communicate with each other using up to 50 ‘words’, scientist claims
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from theguardian.com
Elevated rates of autism, other neurodevelopmental and psychiatric diagnoses, and autistic traits in transgender and gender-diverse individuals [Nature]
submitted 3 years ago by zyxzevn from nature.com
Dancing is superior to repetitive physical exercise in inducing brain plasticity in the elderly
submitted 3 years ago by magnora7 from journals.plos.org
New Molecule Can Harvest Energy From Entire Visible Spectrum of Light—And Then Turn It into Hydrogen Fuel
submitted 3 years ago by useless_aether from goodnewsnetwork.org
A New Study Says Gray Hair May Be Reversible
submitted 7 months ago by [deleted] from popularmechanics.com
Some People Really Are Mosquito Magnets, and They’re Stuck That Way
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from scientificamerican.com
Why didn't our ancient ancestors get cavities?
submitted 1 year ago by Drewski from sciencenorway.no
Human paleofeces suggests prehistoric salt miners drank beer and ate blue cheese
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from heritagedaily.com
“Huh” exists in all human languages, according to research (2019)
submitted 3 years ago by magnora7 from thelanguagenerds.com
Glyphosate (Roundup) found in rain
submitted 5 years ago by expat from archive.usgs.gov
The tree that bleeds metal — Its latex has an unusual blue-green colour as it contains up to 25% nickel
submitted 5 years ago by magnora7 from bbc.co.uk
Long-sought decay of Higgs boson observed
submitted 5 years ago by useless_aether from home.cern
A massive list of links casting doubt on the trustworthiness of Mainstream Media, Scientific studies and more.
submitted 6 years ago * by oldaccount29 from self.science
'TrUsT tHe ScIeNcE!' – Study Retractions Up 13,650% in 22 Years.
submitted 3 months ago by carn0ld03 from thenationalpulse.com
The symptoms of a panic attack often come from hyperventilation caused by breathing too deeply or quickly. This is why breathing in to a bag can raise CO2 levels in the blood and get a person feeling normal again. "Take deep breaths" is exactly the wrong thing to do in the case of a panic attacks
submitted 1 year ago by magnora7 from en.wikipedia.org
How the cure for scurvy was lost due to medical dogma
submitted 1 year ago by jet199 from idlewords.com
Epigenetics, the misunderstood science that could shed new light on ageing
submitted 2 years ago by jet199 from theguardian.com
Transgender MMA Fighter Who Crushed a Woman's Skull in Fight Demands for Joe Rogan to be Cancelled
submitted 2 years ago by MarcoPolo from bigleaguepolitics.com
Gov Cuomo underreported COVID nursing home deaths by a whopping 50%
submitted 2 years ago by MarcoPolo from therightscoop.com
Solutions: Open Science - corbett report
submitted 4 years ago by fred_red_beans from youtube.com
How Inuit Parents Teach Kids To Control Their Anger
submitted 4 years ago by Entropick from npr.org
New research suggests psychedelic drugs can be almost as life altering as near-death experiences
submitted 1 year ago by Pis-dur from psypost.org
Cats track their owners’ movements, research finds
submitted 1 year ago by H3v8 from uk.yahoo.com
A Biologist Believes That Trees Speak a Language We Can Learn - Quartz
submitted 3 years ago by Vigte from getpocket.com
Recordings reveal that plants make ultrasonic squeals when stressed
submitted 4 years ago by useless_aether from newscientist.com
Panpsychism is crazy, but it’s also most probably true – Philip Goff | Aeon Ideas
submitted 4 years ago by Entropick from aeon.co
Stanford Medicine scientists transform cancer cells into weapons against cancer
submitted 9 months ago by [deleted] from med.stanford.edu
Mind-Altering Parasite May Make Infected People More Attractive, Study Suggests
submitted 1 year ago by asterias from sciencealert.com
Yet Another Study Shows—Yet Again—That Lockdowns Don’t Work
submitted 2 years ago by MarcoPolo from infowars.com
Mechanisms identified to restore myelin sheaths after injury or in multiple sclerosis (In mice)
submitted 3 years ago by [deleted] from sciencedaily.com
Earth’s Core Has Stopped and May Be Reversing Direction, Study Says - The surprising finding might solve longstanding mysteries about climate and geological phenomena.
submitted 10 months ago by neolib from vice.com
Scientific papers for free.
submitted 1 year ago by Orangutan from imgur.com
The human genome is, at long last, complete
submitted 1 year ago by Drewski from rockefeller.edu
Cancer Drug Derived From Himalayan 'Caterpillar Fungus' Smashes Early Clinical Trial
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from sciencealert.com
Mask mouth causes gum disease, which increases coronavirus death risk by 900%
How about buying less instead of "buying green"?
submitted 4 years ago by therium from self.science
Water Fluoridation: A Critical Review of the Physiological Effects of Ingested Fluoride as a Public Health Intervention
submitted 4 years ago by Voracious_Observer from ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Our native language affects what we can and can’t see, finds a new brainwave study, which shows for the first time that our native language, and the color categories we apply within it, can influence whether we consciously perceive a stimulus or not.
submitted 5 years ago by magnora7 from digest.bps.org.uk
Bacteria Floating 9000 Metres Overhead Could Be Influencing The Weather
submitted 5 years ago by magnora7 from gizmodo.com.au
Highly Processed Foods Can Be Considered Addictive Like Tobacco Products
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from neurosciencenews.com
The National Institutes of Health now blocks access to an important database if it thinks a scientist’s research may enter “forbidden” territory.
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from city-journal.org
The Dark side of Science: The Lobotomy, the worst surgery in history? The surgery would win Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine of 1949 for the "discovery of the therapeutic value of lobotomy in certain psychoses". Remember everyone: trust the science.
submitted 2 years ago by Chipit from youtu.be
More proof that Hydroxychloroquine does work to cure COVID in patients with mild to moderate pulmonary symptoms
Will they ever listen to the science?
submitted 2 years ago by zyxzevn from i.redd.it
Problems are fun
submitted 3 years ago by zyxzevn from i.imgur.com
Scientists make precise gene edits to mitochondrial DNA for first time
submitted 3 years ago by magnora7 from nature.com
Health Effects of Coffee: Mechanism Unraveled? - The association of habitual coffee consumption with a lower risk of diseases, like type 2 diabetes mellitus, chronic liver disease, certain cancer types, or with reduced all-cause mortality
submitted 3 years ago by magnora7 from mdpi.com
The Challenger Explosion - Owen Benjamin
submitted 4 years ago by zyxzevn from bitchute.com
Animal vs. Plant Protein: New Research Suggests That What We Already Knew About Vegans Being Full Of Shit Was Correct
submitted 3 months ago by hfxB0oyA from scitechdaily.com
Scientists invent double-sided solar panel that generates vastly more electricity
submitted 4 months ago by [deleted] from independent.co.uk
On average, blacks have lower cognitive ability than whites, likely the most thoroughly documented fact in all of American social science.
submitted 8 months ago by Chipit from humanvarieties.org
Death could be reversible, as scientists bring dead eyes back to life
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from archive.ph
New Israeli Study Reveals the Fully Vaxxed are up to 27 Times More Likely to Suffer Symptomatic Breakthrough Infection Than Those With Naturally Acquired Immunity
submitted 2 years ago by raven9 from self.science
Long-Term Mask Use May Contribute to Advanced Stage Lung Cancer, Study Finds
submitted 2 years ago by MarcoPolo from blacklistednews.com
Night owls have more grey matter in their brains than early birds
submitted 3 years ago by magnora7 from phys.org
A single psilocybin dose is associated with long-term increased mindfulness
submitted 3 years ago by Drewski from sci-hub.tw
Incredible video: ‘Replicator’ tech to revolutionize 3D-printers
CO2 is a coolant, not a greenhouse gas.
submitted 4 years ago by useless_aether from science.nasa.gov
Great ape teeth: Discovery in Germany could re-write human history
submitted 6 years ago by magnora7 from usatoday.com
Alarm over decline in flying insects-75% over 30 years
submitted 6 years ago by muad_dib from bbc.com
American Journal of Physics publishes a density graph of every possible thing. The implication of this curiously direct analysis seems to be proof that the universe itself is in fact a black hole.
submitted 1 month ago by Chipit from pubs.aip.org
Over-40s on antibiotics ‘nearly 50 per cent more likely to develop Crohn’s disease’. Researchers followed more than six million people in Denmark for more than 10 years and found that taking antibiotics was linked to an increase in risk of inflammatory bowel disease.
submitted 11 months ago by Pis-dur from gut.bmj.com
Physicists just rewrote a foundational rule for nuclear fusion reactors that could unleash twice the power
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from livescience.com