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cancerIsrael may have already used new F35s in January for missile strike in Syria

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According to French newspaper Le Figaro, Israel has already put its tiny F-35 Lightning II fleet to use as early as mid-January of this year, having only taken full delivery of the first F-35s in their 75-strong order in mid-December …

algorithmsMultiple modular fuselage airplanes

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Switzerland’s Federal Polytechnic Institute have an aircraft design which is inspired by shipping containers and Thunderbird 2 but with multiple fuselages. The Clip-Air team though—they’re preparing to build a smaller 10-meter drone prototype soon. Clip-Air capsules would also be able …

DNAProtein BubR1 slows aging by 15% and reduces cancer in mice

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Genetically engineered mice that make extra BubR1 are less prone to cancer and live 15% longer. Researchers found that when they exposed normal mice to a chemical that causes lung and skin tumors, all of them got cancer. But only …

batteriesGreen homes use 80 per cent less energy in Australia

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Good design, solar hot water and energy efficient appliances in houses can reduce energy consumption by 50-80 per cent compared to the average Queensland household. “Good architecture is essential, but green houses are also dependent on good urban planning,” she …

cancerMIT researchers develop a new approach to producing three-dimensional microchips

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MIT – Microelectromechanical systems, or MEMS, are small devices with huge potential. Typically made of components less than 100 microns in size — the diameter of a human hair — they have been used as tiny biological sensors, accelerometers, gyroscopes …

gene therapyDefkalion would accept Dick Smith test challenge and other independent tests start February 24th, 2012

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Defkalion energy has indicated that they would accept any $1 million challenge to test their Hyperion energy catalyzer from Dick Smith So far we have not officially received (through a telephone, letter, fax or e-mail) any such offer published in …

medicineEurozone Bank trouble and a US General warns of unrest

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1. Telegraph UK – The eurozone banking system is on the edge of collapse as major lenders begin to run out of the assets they need to keep vital funding lines open. Senior analysts and traders warned of impending bank …

diseaseSpaceX Dragon cargo freighter scheduled to dock with International Space Station in February, 2012

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Sapceflight Now – The next demonstration test-flight for the SpaceX Dragon cargo freighter will link up with the International Space Station, officials have decided, allowing the company to combine the two previously-planned flyby and capture missions into one, launching from …

futureMysterious Structures In Chinese Desert seem to be for spy satellite callibration and radar testing

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Jonathon Hill, a research technician at the Mars Space Flight Facility at Arizona State University, who works with images of the Martian surface taken by rovers and satellites, as well as data from Earth-orbiting NASA instruments has provided some explanation …

europeEuropa Sub Surface Lakes

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Data from a NASA planetary mission have provided scientists evidence of what appears to be a body of liquid water, equal in volume to the North American Great Lakes, beneath the icy surface of Jupiter’s moon, Europa. The data suggest …