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Although the mean distance between the Sun and the Earth is 150 million kilometers, the distance itself actually fluctuates yearly. This is because the Earth moves around the Sun on an elliptical orbit, meaning that the distance between the two varies from 147 to 152 million kilometers. The distance between the Sun and the Earth is known as an Astronomical Unit (AU).
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GMO Embryos Approved by Ethics Committee

Genetically modified humans might seem like a far-out idea that has a place only in science fiction but is actually what some scientists have in store for humanity in the very near future. After receiving the go-ahead from the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) earlier this year, British scientist Dr. Kathy Niakan, of the Francis Crick Institute, will now … Continue reading

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Distant Planet Kepler-62f Might Be Habitable, Possess Massive Amounts Of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide

VISIT OUR FACEBOOK AND TWITTER PAGE After analyzing data gained from computer simulations, scientists are suggesting that it is possible for the distant planet Kepler-62f to be habitable for life. A team of astronomers is suggesting that the distant planet known as Kepler-62f could be habitable. Located approximately 1,200 light-years away from Earth in the direction of the Lyra constellation, … Continue reading

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Drug-Resistant Superbug: What You Need to Know Now

Health officials are reporting the first U.S. case of a human infected with a “superbug” – an infection that leaves its victims with few, if any, options for treatment. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a 49-year-old Pennsylvania woman was diagnosed with a rare strain of E. coli that proved to be something called plasmid-mediated colistin resistance, … Continue reading

As such, when our physical bodies die, the energy of our consciousness – which scientists do not fully understand yet – could continue on a quantum level.
Dr Lanza says that “there are an infinite number of universes, and everything that could possibly happen occurs in some universe”.
As a result, he theorises that the consciousness continues to exist in a parallel universe.
Dr Lanza points to the uncertainty principle – a 1927 theory from German physicist Werner Heisenberg which says that the velocity and position of an object can be measured at the same time.
Parallel Universe BREAKTHROUGH: Expert Discovers We Could be Part of Alternate Reality

JOIN US ON OUR FACEBOOK AND TWITTER PAGE Ranga-Ram Chary was recently mapping the Cosmic Microwave Background – the light which was left from the Big Bang – when he noticed a “mysterious glow”. Chary says that typically when scanning the Cosmic Microwave Background, you would find nothing but noise, but he added in his research paper that the bright … Continue reading

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Incredible: Building Blocks for Life Found in Rosetta’s Comet

Scientists for the first time have directly detected key organic compounds in a comet, bolstering the notion that these celestial objects delivered such chemical building blocks for life long ago to Earth and throughout the solar system. The European Space Agency’s Rosetta spacecraft made several detections of the amino acid glycine, used by living organisms to make proteins, in the … Continue reading

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AI? More Like Aieeee!! For The First Time, A Robot Can Feel Pain

Researchers are developing a system to teach robots how to feel pain. That might seem counterintuitive, as IEEE Spectrum points out. After all, “One of the most useful things about robots is that they don’t feel pain.” That means “we have no problem putting them to work in dangerous environments or having them perform task that range between slightly unpleasant … Continue reading

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New Superbug Now In the U.S. and Here’s Why Doctors Are So Worried

A much-feared superbug gene has been found for the first time in the United States, and it has health officials very worried. The gene, called mcr-1, was found in a woman from Pennsylvania who had a bad infection last month. In her case, it was an E. coli bacteria. But scientists say this particular gene can turn up in any … Continue reading

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Mars Makes Closest Approach to Earth in 11 Years on May 30

Last Sunday morning (May 22), Mars reached opposition with the sun, meaning the Red Planet, Earth and the sun were all arrayed in a straight line. But the moment did not mark Mars’ closest approach to Earth. This Monday evening (May 30) at 5:35 p.m. EDT (2135 GMT), Mars will be the closest it has been to Earth since Oct. … Continue reading

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Rogue Asteroid that Could ‘Destroy City’ Entered Earth’s Atmosphere and Just Missed Planet

Recently there was yet another scary rogue asteroid near miss. The object actually entered our atmosphere missing us by a mere few hundred miles (not thousands or million) and lit up the sky over a huge area (5 states) and sent shock waves leading residents to believe the shaking was the result of some natural event like an earthquake or … Continue reading

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Sunflower Patterns Reveal Complex Mathematical Patterns – Fibonacci “Super Sequences”

via mysteriousuniverse A paper recently published in the Royal Society Open Science journal details how some surprising new patterns have been observed in the faces of Helianthus annuus, the common sunflower. The study, “Novel Fibonacci and non-Fibonacci structure in the sunflower,” details how the researchers found some complex new mathematical patterns after studying the distribution of seeds in sunflower seedheads, … Continue reading

DID YOU KNOW…

Although the mean distance between the Sun and the Earth is 150 million kilometers, the distance itself actually fluctuates yearly. This is because the Earth moves around the Sun on an elliptical orbit, meaning that the distance between the two varies from 147 to 152 million kilometers. The distance between the Sun and the Earth is known as an Astronomical Unit (AU).
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