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An Explosive New Treatment for Cancer (Literally)

Posted by on Feb 19, 2015 in Scifly, Trends | 0 comments

Glioblastoma. If you haven’t heard of it, you’re lucky. Affecting far more adults than children, and slightly more men than women, it’s the most aggressive form of brain cancer there is…

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Scientists? More like Badasstronauts!

Posted by on Feb 8, 2015 in Cosmos, Scifly, Technology, Trends | 1 comment

Here at Sciencefly.com, we have chosen our Baddest of the BAMF scientists… Do you agree with our list?

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Cosmetics Company Wants To Illuminate The Moon’s Surface

Posted by on Jan 24, 2015 in Scifly, Trends | 0 comments

Foreo makes cosmetic products. Naturally, they want to lighten up the moon.Apparently, the plan is for the benefit of the environment, and presumably to aid make-up wearers habitually intent on applying lipstick in darkened alleyways.

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Dr. Masaru Emoto and His Radical Thinking About Water

Posted by on Jan 17, 2015 in Scifly, Technology, Trends | 2 comments

In the 1990′s, a doctor schooled in alternative medicine began a series of experiments intended to show that water – down to the structure of its molecules – could be physically affected by thoughts.

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Ozone Loss Over South Pole Causes South Africa to Bake!

Posted by on Jan 11, 2015 in Trends | 0 comments

There is no doubt that the ozone layer is disappearing, and the truth has never been more evident than it is now, but not at the South Pole where the hole in the ozone layer is the biggest, but in South Africa.

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Global Digital Saves Lives

Posted by on Jan 2, 2015 in Technology | 0 comments

Global Digital has created a tool that can be used to rescue cities, help scientists in all geographical needs, and help militaries with military strategic values.

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Bye, Bye Baldy!

Posted by on Dec 22, 2014 in Scifly | 1 comment

Are you a man who is balding? Is your hair line receding? Does the top of your head look like a putting green? Well perhaps not all hope is lost.

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Seeing Into the Future

Posted by on Dec 8, 2014 in Technology | 0 comments

Don't be shellfish... SEEING INTO THE FUTURE Researchers who work on...

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Spinal Cord Science

Posted by on Dec 5, 2014 in Technology | 0 comments

Don't be shellfish... HOPE FOR THOSE WITH SEVERE SPINAL CORD INJURIES There is...

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Solar Flare Talk

Posted by on Nov 24, 2014 in Cosmos | 2 comments

You may have heard the buzz. The sun has these “spots” (or maybe they’re storms?) and it’s raining solar flares. Or something. If you’re anything like me, these current events in outer-space are abstract and confusing.

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Want To Get Away: DARPA’s Time Machine

Posted by on Nov 12, 2014 in Scifly, Technology | 0 comments

Andrew Basiago tells the story about governrments involvement in time travel, some suggest they have been working on time travel for decades.

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Capitalizing On Wind Farms And Kinetic Energy

Posted by on Nov 5, 2014 in Technology | 0 comments

Wind farms and Kinetic energy make up about 20% of the power we have in the U.S. which allows us to go about our daily activities. Currently, Wind farms and Kinetic energy are the easiest pathway to increase the flow of energy into a house without trying to burn any fuel.

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