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    Tara Sharifi, an 11 Year's Old Girl Gets Highest Mensa IQ Score, Beating Einstein and Hawking.

    #AlbertEinstein #TaraSharifi #StephenHawkingA student at Aylesbury High School, Tara Sharifi, recently took the Mensa IQ test in Oxford where she scored well above 140 which is known as "genius benchmark". The 11-year-old student scored 162 points on the test,...

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    Scientists Find DNA’s Code For Life in Meteorites, The New Evidence Suggests The Ingredients for Life Came From Space.

    Scientists at NASA and in Japan confirmed Tuesday they found all five key building blocks of DNA and RNA in space rocks that fell to Earth within the last 100 years, according to research published in the journal Nature…Read More

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    Time Dilation Experiment with Atomic Clock : Possibility to Measure Relativistic Effects in Matter in Quantum State.

    The way we measure time is via frequency. To measure spatial dimension, we use a ruler. In classical mechanics we assumed that these measurement devices were static and would measure the same time and length no matter how an…Read More

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    How humanity may look in 10,000 years from now.

    Humanity is the result of 4 billion years of evolution that shaped us. Organisms reproduced imperfectly. Mistakes made when copying genes sometimes made them better fit to their environments, so those genes tended to get passed on. More reproduction followed, and more mistakes, the process repeating…Read More

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    A Study Reveals Indications of Environmental Sensing by Genetic Apparatus That Driving Non-Random Mutation for Directional Adaptation, Challenging Darwin's Theory of Evolution which based on random mutations.

    A new study by a team of researchers from Israel and Ghana has brought the first evidence of nonrandom mutation in human genes, challenging a core assumption at the heart of evolutionary theory by showing a long-term directional mutational...

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    Male Contraceptive Pill Found 99% Effective in Mice, With No Observable Side Effects.

    If the concept of male birth control seems too good to be true, pinch yourself: A team of scientists said Wednesday they had developed a male oral contraceptive that was 99 percent effective in mice and didn’t cause observable side effects, is set to begin…Read More

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    Scientists completed genomic and epigenetic maps of human centromeres, reveals interesting fact of high genetic variation in centromeres from populations with recent African ancestry.

    Nearly 20 years later, about 8% of the genome has never been fully sequenced, largely because it consists of highly repetitive chunks of DNA that are hard to…Read More

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    Xenotransplantation : genetically modified pigs the future of organ transplants, how close are we to using pigs for a limitless supply of organs to solve the global shortage ?

    Xenotransplantation is any procedure that involves the transplantation, implantation or infusion into a human recipient of either live cells, tissues, or organs from a…Read More

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    Scientists finally agree with NASA’s hypothesis in 2020, that our universe has a hidden mirror twin.

    The concept of a parallel universe has been around since the early 1960s, mostly in the minds of fans of sci-fi TV shows and comics, but now a cosmic ray detection experiment has found particles that could be from a parallel realm that also was…Read More

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    Using “Nano Translator”, a nanoprogrammed cross-kingdom communication system between living microorganisms, Cells (bacteria and yeast) to talk to each other in the language of chemistry.

    Cells (Bacteria and Yeast) communicate with each other in the language of chemistry, but cells from dissimilar kingdoms, like yeast and bacteria, speak…Read More

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    Gene editing tools were injected into the human body — and cured a patient’s blindness, the first time in history CRISPR Gene Editing used to human.

    More evidence for the efficacy of a groundbreaking new gene-editing medical procedure has emerged, deepening hope it will provide one-shot treatments or even cures for cancer, sickle cell ana…Read More

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    Anti-aging molecules safely stop cells from aging, even better it reset cells to youthful states, scientists briliantly reprogram cells and reverse the aging process in Mice.

    Age may be just a number, but it’s a number that often carries unwanted side effects, from brittle bones and weaker muscles to increased risks of cardiovascular disease a…Read More

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