Cold plasma healing for breast cancer, new superconductor turns electrical flow into liquid dynamics, quantum teleportation patent filed and metamaterial market forecast
Scientists exaggerate the importance of basalt rock in obtaining the right balance of crystalline minerals for life to emerge and how DNA responds to specifically patterned frequencies of light.
Scientists are developing a “sun clock” for space weather, how the interplanetary magnetic field impacts different layers of our atmosphere, the growing importance of galactic cosmic rays throughout our solar system, faster magnetism than we thought and other news updates.
Scientists have figured out a way to get entangled Fermi Gas particles to recombine in to a molecule through application … More
It is a solid that can spin without any friction. You could imagine a cube of ice where the water … More
It demonstrates the increasingly significant role of magnetic reconnection and subsequent exchange of plasma flux in between celestial bodies with a cogent magnetosphere.
Solar Helioseismology, vital for space weather and climate prediction receives two much needed updates while an experiment demonstrates the feasibility of underground water magnetization. A new chrono-metamaterial that can modulate reflective rates of light in real time is proposed, making dynamic cloaking technology more likely.
Two advancements in stem cell research including treatment of Alzheimer’s, alien like animals in the Jurassic Era, oxygen bursts in evolution, applied geometry in ancient clay tablets and Machu Picchu may be older then we thought.
In today’s news we may be able to generate energy directly from the ionosphere, and magnetosphere. A scientific journal details the exact correlates between atmospheric electricity and temperature, as well as cloud coverage and scientists find the genetic source of heart disease.
Artificially induced quantum teleportation has already been demonstrated under controlled laboratory conditions. Natural forms of quantum tunneling in reverse time … More