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Recommended Viewing List 15-10-14 — 3D Printing, ISIS, Ebola, Essential Oils, Conspiracy Theorists, and more

Here I would like to compile videos that I find are important viewing for those wishing to understand the wide variety of issues and topics that are a constant theme here on this website.  I hope this leads you down … Continue reading

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Just a Coindcidence – AIDS And Ebola Found To Use Same Mechanism To Spread In Body – Just Another Piece in the Depopulation Effort?

The viruses that cause AIDS and Ebola, two deadly, contagious and highly feared diseases, spread through the body using the same mechanism, U.S.-based researchers said on Friday. August 14, 2014 Article from Rense   The researchers, led by Dr. Paul … Continue reading

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MakerBot Launches the True 3D Printing Beginner’s Tool at SXSW

SXSW  is the land of the app launch, but hardware is making an impressive showing this year – and unsurprisingly, 3D printing is a big part of that. 3D printing innovator MakerBot is, of course, part of this evolution, unveiling … Continue reading

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Resonance – Beings of Frequency (documentary film)

This spectacular documentary uncovers for the very first time, the actual mechanisms by which mobile phone technology can cause cancer. And, how every single one of us is reacting to the biggest change in environment this planet has ever seen. … Continue reading

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Scientists 3-D Print With Human Embryonic Stem Cells

They hope to create 3-D tissues and organs using stem cells as the “ink.” February 05, 2013 By Rebecca Boyle Article from Popsci 3-D printers can produce gun parts, aircraft wings, food and a lot more, but this new 3-D … Continue reading

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‘Red October’: Global Cyber-Spy Network Uncovered by Russian Experts

A sophisticated cyber-espionage network targeting the world’s diplomatic, government and research agencies, as well as gas and oil industries, has been uncovered by experts at Russia’s Kaspersky Lab. January 15, 2013 Article from RT The system’s targets include a wide … Continue reading

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India’s Thorium-based Nuclear Dream Inches Closer

Since India began its nuclear programme in the 1950s, it has aimed to tap the ample thorium reserves that lie within its borders. November 09, 2012 By Hal Hodson Article from New Scientist Construction is finally set to begin on … Continue reading

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Researchers Demonstrate Record-Setting p-Type Transistor

New design for a basic component of all computer chips boasts the highest ‘carrier mobility’ yet measured. January 3, 2013 By Larry Hardesty Article from MIT Almost all computer chips use two types of transistors: one called p-type, for positive, … Continue reading

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Nanoparticles Reach New Peaks

Rice University researchers show short laser pulses selectively heat gold nanoparticles January 03, 2013 By Mike Williams Article from Rice U Plasmonic gold nanoparticles make pinpoint heating on demand possible. Now Rice University researchers have found a way to selectively heat … Continue reading

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Stanford researchers develop acrobatic space rovers to explore moons and asteroids

An autonomous system for exploring the solar system’s smaller members, such as moons and asteroids, could bring us closer to a human mission to Mars. December 28, 2012 By Melissa Pandik Article from Stanford U.   Stanford researchers, in collaboration … Continue reading

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Autonomous Robotic Plane Flies Indoors

New algorithms allow an autonomous robotic plane to dodge obstacles in a subterranean parking garage, without the use of GPS. August 9, 2012 By Larry Hardesty Article from MIT For decades, academic and industry researchers have been working on control … Continue reading

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