August 2015 part 3

Radical Science News shared The Longevity Reporter's video.

The Longevity Reporter
We still don't know enough about exactly how cancer spreads and grows, but new computer modelling at Edinburgh University offers a beautiful insight into how tumours can expand and evolve.
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This Stunning 3-D Model Provides A Fresh Perspective On Cancer We still don't know enough about exactly how cancer spreads and grows, but new computer modelling at Edinburgh University offers a beaut...

Radical Science News shared Nature Reviews's photo.

McGlasson et al. review the range of neurological diseases associated with type I interferon underactivity and overactivity, highlighting advances in our understanding of the molecular and cellular pathogenesis of these conditions. They also discuss the potential utility of type I interferon as a biomarker and therapeutic target in neuroinflammatory disease...
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Nature Reviews Neurology: Dysregulation of the type I interferon pathway has been implicated in the pathogenesis of a spectrum of neuroinfectious and neuroinflammatory disorders. McGlasson et al. revi...

McGlasson et al. review the range of neurological diseases associated with type I interferon underactivity and overactivity, highlighting advances in our understanding of the molecular and cellular pathogenesis of these conditions. They also discuss the potential utility of type I interferon as a biomarker and therapeutic target in neuroinflammatory disease...

Radical Science News shared Eternal Life Fan Club's photo.

MSM is contained in foods like eggs, onions, garlic, mustard, seaweeds, cruciferous vegetables and other vegetables with a pungent quality. But many people do not eat enough of these foods so they are extremely deficient in this vital mineral.
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Supplementing with MSM is one of my strategies for slowing aging and reaching Longevity escape velocity. MSM is an organic form of sulfur that is great for the joints, reducing inflammation, improvin...

MSM is contained in foods like eggs, onions, garlic, mustard, seaweeds, cruciferous vegetables and other vegetables with a pungent quality. But many people do not eat enough of these foods so they are extremely deficient in this vital mineral.

Radical Science News shared Nature Reviews's photo.

Protein structural domains that specifically recognize methylated DNA and methylated histones are key for targeting enzymes that catalyse these marks to appropriate genome sites. Genetic, genomic, structural and biochemical data reveal connections between these two epigenetic marks, and these domains mediate much of the crosstalk.
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Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology: DNA methylation and H3K9 methylation are typically associated with gene silencing. Genetic, genomic, structural and biochemical data reveal functional connection...

Protein structural domains that specifically recognize methylated DNA and methylated histones are key for targeting enzymes that catalyse these marks to appropriate genome sites. Genetic, genomic, structural and biochemical data reveal connections between these two epigenetic marks, and these domains mediate much of the crosstalk.

Radical Science News shared NASA Langley Research Center's photo.

A surface oil flow photograph, taken at a post-stall condition in a low-speed wind tunnel. The swirl over the leading edge crank indicates that the vortex flow from the inboard wing has broken down somewhere aft of the crank, while the leading edge flow outboard on the wing also shows signs of a localised separation bubble. The configuration is vulnerable to pitch-up and deep stall, with asymmetry in the outboard separation tending to induce wing drop and possible inverted flat spin in the stall...
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A surface oil flow photograph, taken at a post-stall condition in a low-speed wind tunnel. The swirl over the leading edge crank indicates that the vortex flow from the inboard wing has broken down somewhere aft of the crank, while the leading edge flow outboard on the wing also shows signs of a localised separation bubble.  The configuration is vulnerable to pitch-up and deep stall, with asymmetry in the outboard separation tending to induce wing drop and possible inverted flat spin in the stall...

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Professor Steve Furber of the University of Manchester & one of the pioneers behind the original ARM chip, takes us through the SpiNNaker Project. ... See MoreSee Less

The Human Brain Project is behind this attempt to build a million core brain simulator. Professor Steve Furber of the University of Manchester & one of the p...

"What has detected the GEO600, ultimately, could be the holographic blurriness of space-time, from the inside of this holographic universe. Is true that has yet to demonstrate that strange captured noise, frequencies between 300 and 1500 Hz, does not come from any other source, recognized Hogan. This possibility must also be considered, given the sensitivity of the sensor to capture from the noise of the passing of clouds to the of land seismic movements..." ... See MoreSee Less

The theory that we live in a hologram is derived from the understanding of the nature of black holes, and although it may seem an absurd theory, has a pretty...

Can the past be changed by the FUTURE?
Professor Kater Murch at Washington University has found that by knowing the future outcome of a particle, its state in the past is altered. Without knowing the information, the state is more likely to remain the same.
In other words, knowing future events can change the past...
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Professor Kater Murch from Washington University found that the initial state of a quantum particle could be determined based on whether scientists knew its future outcome.

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Augmented reality, autonomous vehicles, and biotechnology systems are advancing quickly with each new day. Here's a chart with 10 breakthrough technologies that you'll be seeing in the near future...
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2015 is over half over, but it’s been a big year in terms of groundbreaking new technology that could have a big impact on our lives. Augmented reality, autonomous vehicles, and biotechnology system...

Augmented reality, autonomous vehicles, and biotechnology systems are advancing quickly with each new day.  Heres a chart with 10 breakthrough technologies that youll be seeing in the near future...