Science 10 articles

Japan Approves Human-Animal Hybrids

In the name of lifesaving humanitarian discovery, the government of Japan became the first in the world to authorize the scientific study of how to cross human and animal cells to create hybrid creatures. The Japanese ruling overturned a former ban on the practice. But don’t expect to see a hawk-headed man walking like an […]

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Freaky Fungi Eating Radiation At Disaster Sites

Certain types of fungi were discovered thriving after the devastating nuclear power plant explosion and fire at Chernobyl, Ukraine, on Saturday, April 26, 1986, contaminated large parts of that region with long-term radioactivity. The amount of radiation released into the air at Chernobyl was 100 times greater than that measured at Hiroshima and Nagasaki in […]

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Communist China Loving Harvard Professor Arrested for Targeting America’s Campuses

Treason comes in many different forms. The most obvious is colluding with another nation – perhaps selling vital national security secrets to our enemies or leaking sensitive information for political expediency. However, there is a much more subtle form of treason almost impossible to gauge regarding our national security interests — a pervasive influence spreading […]

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Russian Scientists Prove Words Can Recode DNA

We are what we think. Our words can reprogram our genetic codes and can make us who we want to be, according to a team of Russian scientists. The power of positive thinking is nothing new but this new evidence supports paranormal phenomena such as intuition and ESP – extrasensory perception. Pjotr Garjajev, a Russian […]

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Asteroid That Orbits Inside Venus Is A First

Space rocks are supposed to hang out in the Asteroid Belt between Mars and Jupiter where millions of them spin around the sun in orbits dictated by gravitational forces. But a newly-observed asteroid cataloged as 2020 AV2 is a maverick because its orbit lies completely within that of the planet Venus, closer to the sun […]

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Two Satellites On A Collision Course Over Pittsburgh

Two satellites positioned 559 miles above Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, are hurtling toward each other on a collision course. The odds are 1 in 100 that the two objects will impact. A company called LeoLabs uses a worldwide network of ground-based, phased-array radars to provide high-resolution data on objects in LEO (low Earth orbit). Its LeoTrack mapping data […]

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Trump’s Space Force Swears In First Officer As Chief Of Space Ops

In breaking news, on January 14, 2020, U.S. Vice President Mike Pence swore in the first United States Space Force Chief of Space Operations and Commander, U.S. Space Command, Gen. John “Jay” Raymond in a White House ceremony. Colonel Curtis “Scraps” Hernandez, Director of National Security Space Policy, National Space Council, opened the swearing-in ceremony […]

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