October 2014 part 2

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Inventor Nikola Tesla was born 158 years ago today. The inventor spoke eight languages, and had a photographic memory—he could memorize and recite entire books, as well as visualize and build device...

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Karim Leukelwouldnt you guys say it was more von Neumann? what do you think? wich one was the "greatest" of this amazing era of scientists ? More- wich one do you favor ?

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Immunologists at Brown University are overturning the doctrine that CD8 (or cytotoxic T cells) are only involved in the active immune response. Their most recent study, published today in mBio, provid...

Incredible interview on Stem Cells and how they are Immortal and have a system of "Queen Bee" stem cells as a method of replication. How many years we could live exactly with knowledge we have TODAY if we applied it and what the future will and should look like. ... See MoreSee Less

Dr. Ed Park interviewed by G. Edward Griffin about the future of longevity and humanity. Learn more at rhttp://rechargebiomedical.com and read his book at ht...

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Nathaniel SolisThis doesn't seem like science? And if it's ta65 it may not be very good science.

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NASA's longest simulation project of a space station on Mars is now underway. Read more: bit.ly/1nqu4ne via National Geographic

Incredible talk on the state of the world. I highly recommend everyone listen. This is worthwhile and saying a lot of what has been needing to be said on evolution, freedom, and our current systems of thought and systems of government and access. ... See MoreSee Less

Abby Martin interviews the creator of the Zeitgeist Movement, Peter Joseph, covering everything from the upcoming Zeitgeist Festival in Los Angeles on Octobe...

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On October 19, 2014, Comet Siding Spring will make a remarkably close encounter with Mars, buzzing the Red Planet at just one third of the Earth-Moon distance. To witness this historic event, NASA has...

Star-forming Region Gum 19
This image shows the area around the star-forming region Gum 19, in the direction of the constellation of Vela (the Sail), as seen by the Digitized Sky Survey 2. The image covers an area of 3 times 3 degrees on the sky.

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Star-forming Region Gum 19
This image shows the area around the star-forming region Gum 19, in the direction of the constellation of Vela (the Sail), as seen by the Digitized Sky Survey 2. The image covers an area of 3 times 3 degrees on the sky.

 Credit: ESO/Digitized Sky Survey 2
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Some facts about Ebola: symptoms, health issues, rates of transmission and infection..... ... See MoreSee Less

Some facts about Ebola: symptoms, health issues, rates of transmission and infection.....

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Zach SmithThe words are too small to read though.

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Biology based machines!!!
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Scientists have announced a significant breakthrough toward developing DNA-based electrical circuits. Molecular electronics, which uses molecules as building blocks for the fabrication of electronic c...

Biology based machines!!!

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Behind the Adventure! For the first time ever, go behind the scenes on a GoPro Media Team Production. Mike Pfau and Trenton Pasic share their thrilling experiences while filming "Descent Into the Lav...

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Raw footage of the Antares rocket explosion at NASA's Wallops Island, Va., facility. (Video via NASA)

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Breaking News: NASA's unmanned Antares rocket explodes seconds after liftoff. fxn.ws/1tf3OMf

"...The development of quantum mechanics in the early years of the twentieth century transformed both physics and chemistry, providing a new understanding of the microscopic behavior of atoms and molecules. Questions were also soon asked about the implications of quantum mechanics for biology. The first era of quantum biology focused on analysis of structure and stability of biological entities within the framework of quantum and statistical physics. A second era of quantum biology began with the development of lasers in the 1960s, ushering in a new generation of dynamical experiments that could probe the very short time scales relevant to atomic and molecular motions. These experiments have become increasingly sophisticated and led to a renaissance of interest in quantum dynamical effects in biology. Today, advances in quantum sciences and nanotechnology are driving the development of both novel probes of living cells and microscopic studies of biological phenomena that may involve non-trivial quantum effects such as entanglement. I shall describe studies of several biological phenomena showing evidence for dynamical quantum effects and then address the diverse questions that these studies raise for our understanding of the natural world that we inhabit..."

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Quantum Frontiers Distinguished Lecture Series presents K. Birgitta Whaley, professor of chemistry and director of the Berkeley Quantum Information and Compu...

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Wendy TovellI think I'm going to really like your page 🙂

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Watch: Lawrence Krauss: We're Puny, Insignificant, and Doomed – and That's the Good News

Pretty basic explanation behind the idea of "Inertial Frame of Reference", and how it corresponds to Special Relativity....*****

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The experimental basis of Relativity. Relativity playlist: www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLF56602BAC693237E