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Scientist Proves DNA Can Be Reprogrammed by Words and Frequencies

Scientist Proves DNA Can Be Reprogrammed by Words and Frequencies

THE HUMAN DNA IS A BIOLOGICAL INTERNET and superior in many aspects to the artificial one. Russian scientific research directly or indirectly explains phenomena such as clairvoyance, intuition, 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. In addition, […]

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Gravity Song (physics)

Gravity Song (physics)

Gravity Gravity Gravity is all around, When I fall it pulls me to the ground! A force that you and I can’t see, Pulls me toward you and you towards me Keeps us from flying into space Why I fall when I trip on my shoelace That cool force is gravity Thank Isaac Newton’s apple […]

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A Strange Object Has Visited Our Solar System And Confused Scientists

A Strange Object Has Visited Our Solar System And Confused Scientists

Space is called the final frontier, and for good reason. Explorers used to cross treacherous oceans and vast deserts to unravel the secrets of the unknown. Not long ago, a piece of that unknown came to visit us in the form of a mysterious object from a distant star. But what is it, and where […]

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Scientists Just Witnessed the Birth of Two Stars in Stunning Detail

Scientists Just Witnessed the Birth of Two Stars in Stunning Detail

Ladies and gentleman, a star is born! Or rather, two stars. This transfixing image features two circumstellar disks in which baby stars are growing, taking in material from their surrounding disk. This is the first time ever that we’ve witnessed the complex birth of binary stars in such vivid detail. Stars are one of the […]

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Open Letter to the President: Physics Education

Open Letter to the President: Physics Education

Dear Mr. President, Do you know much about physics? I mean, you’re the President of the United States: a country with five thousand nuclear weapons, birthplace of the world’s computing and telecommunications industry, home of the first atomic clock and creator of the global positioning system. But chances are, if you just took regular American […]

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Common Physics Misconceptions

Common Physics Misconceptions

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Roger Penrose on Mathematical Physics

Roger Penrose on Mathematical Physics

I’m Roger Penrose Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford The subject of Physics very much depends on mathematics and we have extremely good equations, theories to describe vast ranges of physical activity I mean, how particles move, how bodies move going back to Newton most of what we know about […]

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Breaking News – Scientists Now Know Jupiter’s Origins

Breaking News – Scientists Now Know Jupiter’s Origins

Using very advanced computer simulations, researchers believe they have uncovered the origins of our solar system’s largest planet, Jupiter, whose location and size, as well as the distribution of its Trojan asteroids, which share the planets orbit, have long puzzled scientists. Approximately 4.5 billion years ago, when the planets were forming, Jupiter began as an […]

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2018 in Review: the Biggest Science Stories of the Year

2018 in Review: the Biggest Science Stories of the Year

You know, giving us really hope to say, well, it would make sense to go back to Mars and really start seeing Mars as a potential place where life still could exist. It really is a mission of extremes. We will be the fastest moving man-made object ever, moving at speeds around 120 miles per […]

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Tanning Without the Sun (2017 Science Video Contest Winner)

Tanning Without the Sun (2017 Science Video Contest Winner)

Whenever I go to the beach I have to slather on the sunscreen and hide under a beach umbrella and even then I still sometimes get burnt. UV is the leading cause of skin cancer. Although everyone should take precautions to protect themselves from UV… people with lighter skin tones like myself have less natural […]

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