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Gene Holds Key to (No) Grey Hair

Dyeing one’s hair may no longer be the only option for keeping grey at bay, scientists said Tuesday in announcing the discovery of a gene that makes hair lose its luster. The gene, IRF4, was known to affect color, but a new study is the first to pinpoint its unique role in the inexorable transition to shades of grey. Further … Continue reading

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Parallel Universes Exist and Interact with Our World

Quantum mechanics, though firmly tested, is so weird and anti-intuitive that famed physicist Richard Feynman once remarked, “I think I can safely say that nobody understands quantum mechanics.” Attempts to explain some of the bizarre consequences of quantum theory have led to some mind-bending ideas, such as the Copenhagen interpretation and the many-worlds interpretation. Now there’s a new theory on … Continue reading

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Asteroid 2016 EF195 Only Detected 4 Days After Very Close Flyby

EDITOR’S NOTE: This reporting of close calls days after the fact is becoming quite the regular thing as of late..hmmm, very interesting! On March 15, astronomers detected an asteroid that had passed closest to Earth on March 11, sweeping in at about the distance of our geostationary satellites. On March 15, 2016, astronomers detected a space rock – now designated … Continue reading

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Rise of the Machines? Robot ‘Jokes’ that She Will Kill Humans

You’ve just crossed over into… The Twilight Zone. Just kidding, we are already there. We’ve been there for a while now. The CNBC headline asked, “Could you fall in love with this robot?” and the outlet also called her “hot,” but the real question should be, “Can you see how all of those nightmarish sci-fi movies are about to come … Continue reading

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Neanderthal DNA Found in Substantial Amounts in Modern Humans Living in Melanesia

The research team found that the three populations for which they compared DNA, modern Melanesians, Europeans and East Asians, each carried its own distinct mix of Neanderthal genes A new stud published March 17 in the journal Science relates the work of an international team studying the DNA sequences of modern people living in Melanesia, an island off the coast … Continue reading

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Strange ‘Alien’ Rays from Outer Space Hitting Earth

While previously, researchers were not sure as to what was producing these unknown cosmic rays, a group of scientists believe they finally found out the culprit behind them. “These results represent the first indications of where the Milky Way’s highest energy cosmic rays could come from,” says Associate Professor Gavin Rowell, from the University of Adelaide’s High Energy Astrophysics Group … Continue reading

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Bacteria Have Been Evolving Resistance to Copper’s Antibacterial Properties Since the Bronze Age

Human use of copper dating back to the Bronze Age has shaped the evolution of bacteria, leading to bugs that are highly resistant to the metal’s antibacterial properties. Large amounts of copper are toxic to people and to most living cells. But our immune systems use some copper to fend off bacteria that could make us sick. More copper in … Continue reading

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10 Interesting Predictors of Longevity

BY: MARK SISSON – marksdailyapple.com This isn’t a Homeric epic. There are no oracles laying out our destiny and predicting our inevitable demise. But even if we can’t know the precise date of our death, we can use certain biomarkers, measurements, and characteristics to make predictions—with a reasonable amount of accuracy—about a person’s propensity to kick the bucket. As is … Continue reading

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Spectacular Green Fireball Seen over UK

The spectacular fireball recorded by the UK Meteor Observation Network’s monochrome camera at the Clanfield Observatory, Church Crookham in Hampshire at 03:16:54 UT on 17 March 2016. Image credit: UKMON / Hampshire Astronomical Group. The passage of a spectacular fireball widely observed across the British Isles just before 3:17am GMT on Thursday, 17 March was also recorded by the UK … Continue reading

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Still A Mystery – Bright Spots on Ceres: Are they Moving?

Those bright spots on the largest body in the asteroid belt continue to baffle scientists. Last year, a NASA space probe took high resolution images of Ceres, the only dwarf planet in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. The images revealed a variety of strange, bright spots on the surface of the Texas-sized rock that remain unexplained. Now, a … Continue reading

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