April 2015

Stunning flash simulation of cosmological models showing our current understanding of the universe as well as reality on a quantum scale....
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Stunning flash simulation of cosmological models showing our current understanding of the universe as well as reality on a quantum scale....
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NASA's experimental thruster engine (EM DRIVE) ACTUALLY WORKS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
"..Nasa has been testing a highly controversial electromagnetic space propulsion technology called EmDrive and has found evidence that it may indeed work, and along the way, might even have made a sci-fi concept possible.
The EmDrive is a technology that could make it much cheaper to launch satellites into space and could be key to solving the energy crisis, if solar power could be harnessed off the satellites and sent back to Earth.
It was thought up and developed by a British scientist called Roger Shawyer, who spent years having his technology ridiculed by the international space community even though Boeing licensed it and the UK government was satisfied it worked..."

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NASAs experimental thruster engine (EM DRIVE) ACTUALLY WORKS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
..Nasa has been testing a highly controversial electromagnetic space propulsion technology called EmDrive and has found evidence that it may indeed work, and along the way, might even have made a sci-fi concept possible.
The EmDrive is a technology that could make it much cheaper to launch satellites into space and could be key to solving the energy crisis, if solar power could be harnessed off the satellites and sent back to Earth.
It was thought up and developed by a British scientist called Roger Shawyer, who spent years having his technology ridiculed by the international space community even though Boeing licensed it and the UK government was satisfied it worked...

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Radical Science NewsFor the people viewing this graphic...We apologize for the inaccuracy of the photo....This is actually an Ionic propulsion system (given the glowing blue ring, indicative of an Ion thruster)...This does not represent the EM Drive which is the main subject of the article...We will keep this photo up just as a reference point. We'll post another article with the correct corresponding photo to go along with it...Again, thanks and sorry for the inaccuracy......

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Peter SpriggsRobbie Flores It really needs to be given a lot more funding to be honest, hopefully these latest tests will give it the attention it sorely deserves. I mean seriously.... according to Shawyer it has the potential to send a craft to Alpha Centuri in 10 years,.. what else is there to say?.... Oh yeah... it would also be able to levitate 3 tons from 1kw of power....

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Robbie FloresWTF are we waiting for then !?!?...

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Andrew DavenportGoddamn someone please give this drive some funding!

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Robbie FloresIts always about funding. This is why we can't have nice things. Lol

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Mannix Villasica Galauraany video please

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"Stem cells are capable of renewing themselves through cell division and have the remarkable ability to differentiate into many different types of cells. They therefore have the potential to become a central tool in regenerative medicine. During the last decade, advances in tissue engineering and stem cell-based tooth regeneration have provided realistic and attractive means of replacing lost or damaged teeth. Investigation of embryonic and adult (tissue) stem cells as potential cell sources for tooth regeneration has led to many promising results. However, technical and ethical issues have hindered the availability of these cells for clinical application. The recent discovery of induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells has provided the possibility to revolutionize the field of regenerative medicine (dentistry) by offering the option of autologous transplantation. In this article, we review the current progress in the field of stem cell-based tooth regeneration and discuss the possibility of using iPS cells for this purpose....."
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Stem cells are capable of renewing themselves through cell division and have the remarkable ability to differentiate into many different types of cells. They therefore have the potential to become a central tool in regenerative medicine. During the last decade, advances in tissue engineering and stem cell-based tooth regeneration have provided realistic and attractive means of replacing lost or damaged teeth. Investigation of embryonic and adult (tissue) stem cells as potential cell sources for tooth regeneration has led to many promising results. However, technical and ethical issues have hindered the availability of these cells for clinical application. The recent discovery of induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells has provided the possibility to revolutionize the field of regenerative medicine (dentistry) by offering the option of autologous transplantation. In this article, we review the current progress in the field of stem cell-based tooth regeneration and discuss the possibility of using iPS cells for this purpose.....
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"....Embryonic lineages may emerge from embryonic stem cells (ESCs) and induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs), which are generally considered pluripotent, not totipotent, because they have not been thought capable of giving rise to extraembryonic cell types, specifically, placental trophoblasts. Yet ESCs and iPSCs may be more flexible than was once thought. Indeed, according scientists at the University of Missouri, ESCs and iPSCs may enter a state of heightened potency, one that can lead to all the main developmental cell lineages, including the placental trophoblast...."

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....Embryonic lineages may emerge from embryonic stem cells (ESCs) and induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs), which are generally considered pluripotent, not totipotent, because they have not been thought capable of giving rise to extraembryonic cell types, specifically, placental trophoblasts. Yet ESCs and iPSCs may be more flexible than was once thought. Indeed, according scientists at the University of Missouri, ESCs and iPSCs may enter a state of heightened potency, one that can lead to all the main developmental cell lineages, including the placental trophoblast....

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Falcon 9: the rundown on this remarkable piece of engineering...

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Falcon 9: the rundown on this remarkable piece of engineering...

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Garrett SosaFalcon 9: the rundown on this remarkable piece of engineering...

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