On April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse will cross North America, passing over Mexico, United States, and Canada. by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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On April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse will cross North America, passing over Mexico, United States, and Canada.

Solar eclipse is an opportunity for observation of multiple gravitational anomalies - usually missed by scientists, who get enough of money and stable jobs for less inquisitive work. Total eclipses are excellent opportunity to test Allais effects and scalar dark matter physics (with SQUIDs and speed of radioactive decays for example). Unfortunately lazy and decadent mainstream physicists looks after safer and more profitable opportunity around underground colliders and detectors without any practical consequences and applications instead. See also:

Prominent Physicist Misleads Public about Prospects of Expensive Particle Collider by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Neil Shyminsky @professorneil weighs in on the neo - trad wife phenomenon including Nara Smith, wife of Mormon Lucky Blue Smith

One can just vonder, what applies to contemporary physicists from the above discourse.

Astrophysicist proposes a new theory of gravity without a conservation law by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Astrophysicist proposes a new theory of gravity without a conservation law about study Non-conserved modified gravity theory (PDF)

A RUDN astrophysicist Hamidreza Fazlollahi has built a new theory of gravity, in which the "law of conservation" of the energy–momentum tensor is not required. He started from the so-called Gibbs–Duhem relation. This is an equation that shows how the indicators of its components change in a thermodynamic system. After the transformations, we have an equation that resembles the classical Einstein equation in form, but with different factors and constants. The field equations were supplemented with two terms. One describes temperature–entropy, and the second describes charge and interaction.

The astrophysicist showed that the new gravitational model is consistent for different environments and can be used in astrophysical and astronomical research. As an example, the author tested the new theory by calculating two stages of the development of the universe—inflationary and accelerating expansion. The new theory's indications are consistent with experimental observations. See also:

Bad News for Quantum Computing: Another Advantage Gone by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Bad News for Quantum Computing: Another Advantage Gone

By adopting a tensor network approach that reflects the geometry of the lattice and is approximately contracted using belief propagation, we can perform a classical simulation that is significantly more accurate and precise than the results obtained from the quantum processor and many other classical methods.

Wait a moment: how quantum computers can ever beat classical ones, once the later hit physical limits? See also:

A Moving Target for Quantum Advantage Researchers have used quantum computers to solve difficult physics problems. But claims of a quantum “advantage” must wait as ever-improving algorithms boost the performance of classical computers.

Efficient Tensor Network Simulation of IBM’s Eagle Kicked Ising Experiment

Lawsuit Against AstraZeneca Sparks Global Concerns About COVID-19 Vaccines Affecting Our Health by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Lawsuit Against AstraZeneca Sparks Global Concerns About COVID-19 Vaccines Affecting Our Health

Covid-19 Vaccines Affecting Our Heath?: A UK woman has filed a lawsuit against AstraZeneca company’s COVID-19 vaccine. Kam Miller alleged that her husband died due to a "rare reaction" of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine. The UK government has stopped ordering the AstraZeneca vaccine since 2022. Here’s what the study on COVID-19 vaccine reveals.

Prominent Physicist Misleads Public about Prospects of Expensive Particle Collider by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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The True Cost of Over $50 Billion of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN (WayBack web archive)

CERN now uses the same business model as ITER to cheat the public and the governments: it justifies every bigger spending by these previous ones. That $10 billion claimed was just a introductory completely unrealistic shot for accelerator, not including the cost of new detectors, employee and operation cost and that CERN itself asked for 21 billion Euro already. Here it's good to look into history of similar spending:

For LHC the CERN’s official website states the cost of project $4.1 Billion, but the true cost of LHC was actually at least ten times higher.. It's also worth to realize - even without new collider plans - CERN-LHC leaders already asked taxpayers for $30 billion over the next 10 years in 2014 while denying TRANSPARENCY in SCIENCE, thus making the same mistake with FPGA. Experimental results now prove these past 20 years that $50 billion was wasted because TRANSPARENCY in SCIENCE in PUBLIC WORKSHOPS and submission of articles presenting innovative technologies which are more cost-effective than the one adopted by CERN-LHC leaders, were denied.

Now CERN asks 21 billion Euro for new collider - so we can estimate, that total cost of new project will be over 210 billion euro by the same algebra. That's quite a lot money even with comparison to military spending - it roughly corresponds the Gross Domestic Product of countries like Portugal or Czech Republic. Since 2010 the Greece has been reliant on two European Union-International Monetary Fund (IMF) bailouts totalling €240bn. CERN’s official annual report for 2012 states a total budget for the personnel of $594.6 million, which is about half of operational cost. This cost for 2,512 staff employees gives an average cost per CERN employee of $236,703 (which includes Applied Physicists, Craftsmen, Engineers, Technicians and Administrative Personnel etc.). This is a 38.6% increase of the average cost per CERN employee from 2003 which was $178,300 per employee (including fringe benefits, retirement, etc.).

Of the above mentioned 10,000 people working at CERN, let’s consider the 8,500 working on the LHC project (the others are considered to work for smaller but no less important experiments). Many of them are paid by their home institute, and less than 2,500 are paid by CERN at an average cost of $120,000 per employee per year (instead of considering $236,000/employee/year) for 18 years which totals $18.36 Billion.

This is way too good business for people involved for to let it go, don't you think?

Prominent Physicist Misleads Public about Prospects of Expensive Particle Collider by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Prominent Physicist Misleads Public about Prospects of Expensive Particle Collider based on eponymous YouTube podcast

They also told you that the LHC would find dark matter. Which it did not, and indeed it was never likely that it would. ... Interestingly enough, American particle physicists seem to have noticed that the tide is turning, and they’re instead rallying for a muon collider.

Fabiola Gianotti is well known from Strumia affair as she used to promote her friends and pets by gender rather than by merits and credits. The attitude of Dr. Hossenfelder is a bit anti-string politically motivated, but I'm fully with Sabine in this matter. There is a pile of exotic physics waiting for recognition within reach of cheap "tabletop" colliders. Ironically much of this physics is string theory motivated.

More than 10,000 research papers were retracted in 2023 — a new record by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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AI-generated disproportioned rat genitalia makes its way into peer-reviewed journal Another image showed a rat cell that did not resemble the true structure of a rat cell.

Well, not surprisingly progressive Chinese came with it first..;-) They literally made "study" about structure of cells generated on demand with online Midjourney AI. Scientific cheating + A.I. over-trained on sexual content is reliable recipe for such an outcome.

AI-generated disproportioned rat genitalia makes its way into peer-reviewed journal by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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AI-generated disproportioned rat genitalia makes its way into peer-reviewed journal Another image showed a rat cell that did not resemble the true structure of a rat cell.

Well, not surprisingly progressive Chinese came with it first..;-) They literally made "study" about structure of cells generated on demand with online Midjourney AI. Scientific cheating + A.I. over-trained on sexual content is reliable recipe for such an outcome.

Revisiting the hot model problem - there is still reason to doubt very high climate sensitivity models by [deleted] in ScienceUncensored

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The reverse causality comes from CO2 being released from hot water

Actually hot water containing calcium and magnesium salts absorbs and precipitates CO2 instead. But there another sources of CO2 from geovolcanic (hydrotermal vents) and from permafrost, and seabed methane, which are released during warming of Earth crust.

Revisiting the hot model problem - there is still reason to doubt very high climate sensitivity models by [deleted] in ScienceUncensored

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Surely combustion of fossil fuels also releases carbon dioxide?

Of course, but fossil fuels contribute only by small part to carbon dioxide levels. It can not be spotted with radioisotope analysis though, because methane and carbon dioxide released from soil and bed rock of oceans have similar radioisotope signature.

Prior to the current warming

Not just in prehistorical times: carbon dioxide levels and temperatures escalated before industrial revolution too.

Americans are surprisingly rational about climate change, new study finds by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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The fact that even skeptics don't consider geothermal explanation of global warming speaks for itself. We still have no scientific discussion about origin of climate changes - just their non-critical pushing with alarmists and similarly non-critical denial by their opponents. Because both sides are financially motivated into their stance: the money is what makes scientists blind.

Heavy use of CO2 removal would trigger high sustainability risks by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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There are huge reserves of carbon dioxide in form of aragonite deposits within all tropical oceans which are in dynamic equilibrium with atmosphere. The (imbecile part of) humanity has literally no chance to affect it with CO2 sequestration. If we would try to remove carbon dioxide from atmosphere, these sediments would start to dissolve in marine water while replenishing carbon dioxide levels in atmosphere.

More than 10,000 research papers were retracted in 2023 — a new record by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Critical Social Justice Subverts Scientific Publishing

The politicization of science – the infusion of ideology into the scientific enterprise – threatens the ability of science to serve humanity. Today, the greatest such threat comes from a set of ideological viewpoints collectively referred to as Critical Social Justice (CSJ). This contribution describes how CSJ has detrimentally affected scientific publishing by means of social engineering, censorship, and the suppression of scholarship.

Revisiting the hot model problem - there is still reason to doubt very high climate sensitivity models by [deleted] in ScienceUncensored

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In my theory 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 the heat is produced geothermally, which releases greenhouse gases from underground/underseas.

So yes: the current problem of climate modelling is real and carbon dioxide levels and temperatures are correlated more strongly than climate models generally suggest - just their causality gets exactly the opposite. After all, scientists know for many years, that there is lag of carbon dioxide levels behind global temperatures - they just learned to ignore it as a single man due to a-social demand for AGW from progressivist corporations.

Americans are surprisingly rational about climate change, new study finds by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Mark Lynas ‘99% Consensus’ on Climate Change – Busted in Peer Review.

The 99% consensus, as defined by the authors, is actually an upper limit evaluation because of the large number of “neutral” papers which were counted as pro-consensus in the paper and probably does not reflect the true situation.

The massive consensus of climate scientists on AGW is real and reproducible one - they just learned to ignore non reviewed journals during its evaluation. The emphasizing of consensus serves for propagandist purposes of course - but in they eyes of history I wouldn't make scientific mainstream less dumb and ignorant, than it really currently is. And geothermal model still isn't matter of discussion even for climate skeptics, who merely tend to denigrate the scope of climate changes rather than to explain it.

Even Americans highly concerned about climate change dramatically underestimate the scientific consensus

Americans are surprisingly rational about climate change, new study finds by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Every rational stance has its rational explanation: Monthly prices for natural gas in the United States and Europe

Natural gas prices in Europe were about five times higher than those of the U.S. Prices across the European continent tend to be notably higher than those in the U.S. as the latter benefits from being a major hydrocarbon producer.

Americans are surprisingly rational about climate change, new study finds by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Americans are surprisingly rational about climate change, new study finds..

Human activities caused the recent warming of the Earth 1. Despite the near-unanimous scientific consensus on this matter1,2,3, a substantial part of the population denies or downplays the contribution of humans to climate change. In a 2019 Pew study, 30% of US adults said humans play only a partial role and 20% said no or a minor role in climate change4. The 2022 report Climate Change in the American Mind finds similar results: a third of the respondents said that climate change is due to natural changes and is not caused mostly by human activities5. How can this discrepancy be explained? Various factors affecting beliefs on climate change have been proposed in recent literature6,7. For this project, we focus on the potential explanation that climate change denial stems from motivated reasoning patterns.

Americans are surprisingly rational about climate change, new study finds..

Like it or not, AGW i.e. human caused global warming is just a theory. You can't follow scientific method until you have not all alternative viable hypothesis disproved and excluded 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.

Albert Einstein: “In theory, theory and practice are the same. In practice, they are not"

Physicists develop highly robust time crystal by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Physicists develop highly robust time crystal about Adv. Phys. study Robust continuous time crystal in an electron–nuclear spin system (PDF preprint):

The Dortmund physicists led by Dr. Alex Greilich have now designed a special crystal made of indium gallium arsenide, in which the nuclear spins act as a reservoir for the time crystal. The crystal is continuously illuminated so that a nuclear spin polarization forms through interaction with electron spins. And it is precisely this nuclear spin polarization that then spontaneously generates oscillations, equivalent to a time crystal. The status of the experiments at the present time is that the crystal's lifetime is at least 40 minutes, which is ten million times longer than has been demonstrated to date, and it could potentially live far longer.

New time crystal stable for more than 40 minutes The time crystals are under my natural focus due to their connection to perpetuum mobiles, but the above experiment merely looks like sort of Rabbi oscillations rather than true time crystal. Many systems oscillate when they're pumped with energy, but real time crystals should be able to do on their own. Also the period of oscillations up to six seconds - really?

More than 10,000 research papers were retracted in 2023 — a new record by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Has progress in science and technology come to a halt? and Boffins fear we might be running out of ideas.

In a paper published Monday through the National Bureau of Economic Research, "Are Ideas Getting Harder to Find?", economics professors Nicholas Bloom, Charles Jones, and John Van Reenen, and PhD candidate Michael Webb, defy Betteridge's Law of Headlines by concluding that an idea drought has indeed taken hold. But IMO the problem is actually somewhere else, because too many ideas and findings are simply ignored, denied and - classified.

More than 10,000 research papers were retracted in 2023 — a new record by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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More than 10,000 research papers were retracted in 2023 — a new record Government funding of science has destroyed "peer review" which is now just rubber-stamping "pal review." This is a major problem in climate, environmental and public health research. Most journals are really a joke, publishing incredible amounts of trash and fraud. Papers are pubbed after bogus peer review for the purpose of advancing the government funding agency's agenda. The researchers and reviewers are usually-to-always cronies.

Nowhere in human history science consumed so many resources in both absolute, both relative numbers. Despite of this, Fleming's discovery of penicillin couldn't get published today, for example. That's a huge problem. A fish rots from the head down - and science is supposed to be head of innovation: it avoids utilitarian research at all cost - and this cost is not small. See also:

Heavy use of CO2 removal would trigger high sustainability risks by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Heavy use of CO2 removal would trigger high sustainability risks about study Sustainability limits needed for CO2 removal

The true climate mitigation challenge is revealed by considering sustainability impacts. The authors of the new paper looked at the numbers which the IPCC assumes for this technology. The IPCC projects that BECCS could remove up to 10 or 11 billion tons of carbon dioxide per year. The authors then estimate that this would, quote:“require converting up to 29 million square kilometres of land—over three times the area of the United States—to bioenergy crops or trees, and potentially push over 300 million people into food insecurity” end quote. They say that a realistic estimate would be more like 2 to 3 billion tons of carbon dioxide per year removed by this method, which is about a quarter of the IPCC estimate. Basically, this means that even the IPCC plans to limit warming to 2 degrees are unrealistic.

Umm, unrealistic... Keeling curve clearly shows that humanity has absolutely no control over carbon dioxide levels in atmosphere.

String theorists predict that dark matter results from a "dark dimension" by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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String Theory Nonsense Makes Comeback Interestingly Dr. Hossenfelder was quite fond of this "nonsense" in her young postdocs stage 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Now she says, she was "forced" to do it for her scientific carrier. From this reason I do value similarly critical attitudes of Lee Smolin and Peter Voit way more. They were expressed in times, when loud string theory opposition was way less popular than today - but they were actual predictions not just postdictions, which Sabine values so much.

Sabine Hossenfelder‏ at Twitter: "Please send me $200k and I will hire two postdocs to conduct a serious research project on whether earth is flat".

SPARC galaxies prefer Dark Matter over MOND by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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SPARC galaxies prefer Dark Matter over MOND

Results show a preference for the cored DM profile with high Bayes factors in a substantial fraction of galaxies. Interestingly enough, MOND is typically preferred by those galaxies which lack precise rotation curve data. Study also confirms that the choice of prior has a significant impact on the credible interval of the characteristic MOND acceleration. Overall, analysis comes out in favor of dark matter.

New research found that dark matter is probably right

‘Wildly weird’ RNA bits discovered infesting the microbes in our guts by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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‘Wildly weird’ RNA bits discovered infesting the microbes in our guts Rod-shaped structures named ‘obelisks’ are even smaller than viruses but can still transmit instructions to cells

How mysterious circular DNA causes cancer in children Children are not old enough to be affected by the standard mechanism of cancer development. What, then, is the reason for childhood cancers? We were able to show that certain types of circular DNA may accelerate neuroblastoma growth,” explains Dr. Koche and adds: “Testing for their presence may therefore make it easier to predict the course of the disease.

Circular DNA is not so mysterious: it's viral plasmid routinely used in genetic manipulations as it can replicate fast in GM organisms. The fact that isn't part of main DNA gene strand is also reason, why it's mobile and highly susceptible to horizon gene transfer i.e. it can spread through viral and bacterial infections to another plants, which would then become resistant to weed killers, allergenic or even carcinogenic as well, including their pollens. See for instance:

Updated Covid vaccine has 54% effectiveness, new data suggest by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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You have to be more "woke".. ;-)

Pig Brain Kept Alive for Five Hours While Separated from the Body by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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String theorists predict that dark matter results from a "dark dimension" by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Bizarre Dark Matter Galaxy J0613+52 Discovered With Seemingly No Stars Whatsoever

We shouldn't ignore the most trivial hypothesis, that substantial portion dark matter is formed with heavily ionized atoms and dust particles (compare the Plasma Universe theory in this regard). When atoms lose electrons which can be easily excited with light they become "dark" but still gravitating at distance. We can still see them as a galactic halo with X-ray telescopes. Their positive electric charge prohibits them against gravitational collapse though: a quazistable cloud of invisible dark matter gets formed. Note that all these nifty extradimensional models of dark matter struggle with explanation, what makes dark matter in some galaxies missing, whereas in some others it appears excessive.

Pyrolytic Graphite – A Room Temp, Ambient Pressure Superconductor? by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Pyrolytic Graphite – A Room Temp, Ambient Pressure Superconductor? about about Adv.QuantTech study Global Room-Temperature Superconductivity in Graphite here the global room-temperature superconductivity observed in cleaved highly oriented pyrolytic graphite carrying dense arrays of nearly parallel surface line defects is reported.

Probably not: its layers are too close each other, forming metallic bond. But after insertion of molecules or defects which would separate them and hold at certain distance - why not? See also:

Updated Covid vaccine has 54% effectiveness, new data suggest by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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‘Wildly weird’ RNA bits discovered infesting the microbes in our guts Rod-shaped structures named ‘obelisks’ are even smaller than viruses but can still transmit instructions to cells

How mysterious circular DNA causes cancer in children Children are not old enough to be affected by the standard mechanism of cancer development. What, then, is the reason for childhood cancers? We were able to show that certain types of circular DNA may accelerate neuroblastoma growth,” explains Dr. Koche and adds: “Testing for their presence may therefore make it easier to predict the course of the disease.

Circular DNA is not so mysterious: it's viral plasmid routinely used in genetic manipulations as it can replicate fast in GMO plants. The fact that isn't part of main DNA gene strand is also reason, why it's mobile and highly susceptible to horizon gene transfer i.e. it can spread through viral and bacterial infections to another plants, which would then become resistant to weed killers, allergenic or even carcinogenic as well, including their pollens. See for instance:

Extrachromosomal circular DNA-based amplification and transmission of herbicide resistance in crop weed Amaranthus palmeri

Updated Covid vaccine has 54% effectiveness, new data suggest by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Updated Covid vaccine has 54% effectiveness, new data suggest This translates into < 30% effectiveness of vaccine in field - color me impressed. Why?

Trial conditions are strictly controlled with many risk groups excluded. Which involves people with autoimmune syndrome, who react to vaccination poorly. Whereas the actual effectiveness of vaccines in real population gets often more than 50% lower than in trial tests. Do you still remember the actual results of "95%+ effective" Covid vaccine of Pfizer?

No need to say, that subsequent m-RNA vaccinations gradually ruin even the immunity of otherwise healthy people, so that the gradually declining efficiency of vaccines isn't just a result of viral adaptation, but also cumulative result of all previous vaccination campaigns itself.

String theorists predict that dark matter results from a "dark dimension" by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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In a ‘Dark Dimension,’ Physicists Search for the Universe’s Missing Matter

An idea derived from string theory suggests that dark matter is hiding in a (relatively) large extra dimension. Cumrun Vafa, Irene Valenzuela and Miguel Montero crafted the dark dimension scenario, in which massive gravitons inhabit a large extra dimension. The theory makes testable predictions that physicists are investigating now.

As far I know, testable predictions of string theory were already disproved with experiments 1, 2, 3 - or not? This doesn't mean, that some concepts of string theory, especially the (concept of) extradimensions don't have physical merit. Try to imagine that sounds i.e. longitudinal waves spread beneath water surface: it makes surface wobbling randomly thus deformed and of larger specific area. Along such a surface the surface ripples will propagate more slowly, it thus exhibits a kind of gravitational lensing effect like space-time deformed by presence of massive bodies.

In dense aether model the space-time can be modelled by water surface as it forms a 3D foam of density fluctuations of superfluous aether, not dissimilar from density fluctuation of supercritical fluid or hypothetical core of dense stars. Water surface has its apparent extradimension too: underwater environment, where the actual vortices and scalar (pressure) waves propagate. Dark matter corresponds the turbulence which forms around islands due to shielding of transverse (surface) waves in their proximity. This leads into prevalence of scalar waves and magnetic fluctuations of vacuum around massive objects, which manifests itself as a dark matter.

Other than that, these fluctuations are no more extradimensional, "dark" and mysterious, than magnetic field itself. We are used to accept and denominate many common but apparently extramundane phenomena acting at distance as a "fields" without thinking about their extradimensional nature. But firsts aetherists like Descartes, R. Hooke or F. de Duillier were already accustomed with consideration of magnetic fields as a manifestation of invisible turbulence of vacuum. During Victorian era this view was very prevalent (Kelvin, Maxwell) and it may be interesting, that very last aeterist in this regard was young Einstein himself. See also:

Solving olympiad geometry without human demonstrations: Google's A.I. system, AlphaGeometry can solve problems of mathematical geometry. by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Solving olympiad geometry without human demonstrations: Google's A.I. system, AlphaGeometry can solve problems of mathematical geometry.

Gastrointestinal Disturbances Associated with the Consumption of Sugar Alcohols by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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A Man Ate Only Instant Noodles For 6 Months. Celiac Disease Induced Lymphoma Is What Happened To His Organs

Gastrointestinal Disturbances Associated with the Consumption of Sugar Alcohols by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Due to very poor consumer reviews and negative media attention in 2014, Haribo discontinued sugar free gummy bears. The gummy bears contained maltitol, a sugar alcohol that is not fully digestible and that ferments in the gut. It can cause increased flatulence, loose stools, and diarrhea.

Male fruit flies really don't take rejection well by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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New study confirms the impact of sexual double standards in memory recall

A recent study found individuals are more likely to remember negative information about sexually active women than men.

These findings replicate and extend previous research on the sexual double standard, a societal bias that evaluates men and women differently for similar sexual behaviors.

Physicists Create One-Dimensional Noble Gas by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Physicists Create One-Dimensional Noble Gas

Using advanced transmission electron microscopy (TEM) methods, physicists at the University of Nottingham have successfully trapped atoms of krypton inside a carbon nanotube to form a one-dimensional gas.

Notably, the trapped atoms tend to form dimers under these circumstances - an anyon behavior which can be spotted in many other geometrically frustrated systems (a short distance Casimir vacuum analogy of many dark matter phenomena). See also:

The Rise and Fall of Polywater Maybe the polymeric phase of water isolated from capillaries was real - it just tends to decompose back to normal water when being isolated from capillaries.

Male fruit flies really don't take rejection well by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Male fruit flies really don't take rejection well

Male fruit flies whose sexual advances are repeatedly rejected get frustrated and less able to handle stress, study found. The researchers say these rejected flies were also less resilient to starvation and exposure to a toxic herbicide.

Can they also suffer with broken heart syndrome? The true love is real: it's just called a rut, heat or oestrus in animals.

Extreme Weather Events Underestimated By Climate Models, New Study Finds by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Extreme Weather Events Underestimated By Climate Models, New Study Finds.

Extreme weather events receive a lot of media coverage. In recent years, these events have frequently been attributed to climate change. This “extreme event attribution” how it’s called is a way to quantify how climate change supposedly increased the likelihood of a specific weather event by so and so much. But it’s becoming increasingly clear that these numbers are underestimates. Yep, that’s right, reality is worse than they told us it would be. A new paper confirmed this problem for extreme rainfall events.

The conservatives usually tend to marginalize and downplay global warming. But I noted that progressives currently face exactly the opposite problem: the global warming proceeds faster than their own models predict, especially global warming of oceans in this matter 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and effects induced with it. The role of political centrism isn't just an averaging of political extremes, but also looking after questions and solutions ideologically missed by both confronting parties. Where two fight, the third one laughs.

Gastrointestinal Disturbances Associated with the Consumption of Sugar Alcohols by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Gastrointestinal Disturbances Associated with the Consumption of Sugar Alcohols

Due to their poor absorption, if too many sugar alcohols are ingested, they can lead to gas or diarrhea. A list of sugar alcohols including their classification numbers in Europe is:

  • Sorbitol (E 420)
  • Mannitol (E 421)
  • Isomalt (E 954)
  • Lactitol (E 966)
  • Xylitol (E 967)
  • Erythritol (E 967)
  • Maltitol and Maltitol Sirup (E 965)

Hydrogenated glucose syrup, hydrogenated starch hydrolysates and polyglycitol syrup (all the same thing) is a mixtures of sugar alcohols. Lycasin is a trade name for hydrogenated glucose syrup. I would also recommend that you generally stay away from anything that contains malt and products derived from malt, such as barley malt extract. Some fruits and vegetables also contain high amounts sorbitol and/or maltitol. An internet search will tell you. See also:

Sugar Alcohols Ruined My Health: Learn from My Mistakes Some derived chemicals are:

  • Polyoxyethylene sorbitan monolaurate (E 432)
  • Polyoxyethylene sorbitan monooleate (E 433)
  • Polyoxyethylene sorbitan monopalmitate (E 434)
  • Polyoxyethylene sorbitan monostearate (E 435)
  • Polyoxyethylene sorbitan tristearate (E436)
  • Sorbitan monostearate (E 491)
  • Sorbitan tristearate (E 492)
  • Sorbitan monolaurate (E 493)
  • Sorbitan monooleate (E 494)
  • Sorbitan monopalmitate (E 495)

Determined: A Science of Life Without Free Will by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Determined: A Science of Life Without Free Will

Discussion about free will of living creatures are as passionate as useless. The will is neither fully free, neither determinist and the degree of its freedom depends on context. End of story.

Income and Fiscal Incidence by Age and Gender by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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This is why gender equality movement, strikes in particular actually helps the economy.

Income and Fiscal Incidence by Age and Gender by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Income and Fiscal Incidence by Age and Gender

Are men more productive than women? One study suggests so. Men were much more productive at every adult age, producing a net positive contribution over life, while women actually produced a negative contribution over their life. Women in the workforce are expensive.

Bizarre Dark Matter Galaxy J0613+52 Discovered With Seemingly No Stars Whatsoever by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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Bizarre Dark Matter Galaxy J0613+52 Discovered With Seemingly No Stars Whatsoever

"What we do know is that it's an incredibly gas rich galaxy," O'Neil says. O'Neil et al. consider the object to be a "primordial" galaxy, i.e. a galaxy in the original state in which "normal" galaxies might have started out. Just in this case, it's a pretty close galaxy. which we see it as it was 270 million years ago. The question immediately arises, why star formation didn't start in this galaxy? In fact, it's very old, so how can it be "primordial?" Is it because it is alone in the universe?

String theorists predict that dark matter results from a "dark dimension"

We shouldn't ignore the most trivial hypothesis, that substantial portion dark matter is formed with heavily ionized atoms and dust particles (compare the Plasma Universe theory in this regard). When atoms lose electrons which can be easily excited with light they become "dark" but still gravitating at distance. We can still see them as a galactic halo with X-ray telescopes. Their positive electric charge prohibits them against gravitational collapse though: a quazistable cloud of invisible dark matter gets formed. Note that all these nifty extradimensional models of dark matter struggle with explanation, what makes dark matter in some galaxies missing, whereas in some others it appears excessive.

$8.5 Trillion in Untaxed Assets: Data Shows Why 'We Need a Billionaire Income Tax' by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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This is why gender equality movement, strikes in particular actually helps the economy.

UNO Researchers Explore Future of Space Travel by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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UNO Researchers Explore Future of Space Travel

For the last seven years, the Quantum Electrodynamics R&D team has been developing a proprietary Variable Electromagnetic (VEM) Drive that they claim compresses the fabric of space, and requires no liquid propellant that chemical or ion drive to move through space.

APEC 12/23: Asymmetrical Capacitance, Warp Drives & Torsion Physics David Pares discusses recent upgrades & experimental results for the VEM Drive indicating a repeatable propulsive output of 11.72 Newtons (2.65 lbs) force generated by 1,500 Watts input power during 30-second duration tests – without evidence of ion-wind or electrostatic repulsion, and accompanied by red-shifting effects.

CIA sued for allegedly covering up Covid-19 records by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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The next pandemic could spring from the US meat supply, new report finds.

They don't want you to eat Chinese research bats apparently..

Too many Fins in Finland by ZephirAWT in immigration

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Too many Fins in Finland by ZephirAWT in immigration

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Too many Fins in Finland (backup)

What globalists do is replace the local working class by self-imported 'victims', i.e. colonists who vote for them forever & more are imported.

This usurps democracy because the shift is permanent, self-reinforcing and it occasionally destroys the nation. This political trick has to be banned.

CIA sued for allegedly covering up Covid-19 records by ZephirAWT in ScienceUncensored

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