Separate Antiaging Trials for Rapamycin and Metformin

AgelessRx claims that PEARL is the first nationwide telemedicine trial and one of the first large-scale intervention trials on Longevity. The human trial is a stepping stone to the way to bringing rapamycin to the Longevity market. PEARL (Participatory Evaluation of Aging with Rapamycin for Longevity) is a $600,000 trial with the University of California. …

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Peter Attia has a clinician approach to longevity and discusses Rapamycin dosage

Peter Attia is the founder of Attia Medical, PC, a medical practice with offices in San Diego and New York City, focusing on the applied science of longevity. He spoke with Joe Rogan about longevity. Peter lists three things that can increase longevity. * Calorie Restriction- nutrient restriction * Rapamycin taken in a pulsatile way. …

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Tallest US dam has a damaged spillway which causes the evacuation of about 188000 people

About 188,000 residents near Oroville, Calif., were ordered to evacuate Sunday after a hole in an emergency spillway in the Oroville Dam threatened to flood the surrounding area. Thousands clogged highways leading out of the area headed south, north and west, and arteries major and minor remained jammed as midnight approached on the West Coast …

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How Many Gigafactories to provide batteries to offgrid electricity to 1.2 billion people without electricity ?

The Tesla Gigafactory will significantly add to the world supple of lithium batteries. 1.2 billion people do not have electricity and it costs $800-2000 to connect each of them to the grid. Many countries cannot afford it. Lithium ion batteries from Tesla and some competitors will reach $100 per KWh by 2018. Solar power is …

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New Horizon Probe has finished transmitting pictures 15 months after the Pluto Flyby

Having traveled from the New Horizons spacecraft over 3.4 billion miles, or 5.5 billion kilometers (five hours, eight minutes at light speed), the final item – a segment of a Pluto-Charon observation sequence taken by the Ralph/LEISA imager – arrived at mission operations at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Laurel, Maryland, at …

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LPP Fusion explains why Tungsten and Beryllium electrodes for their dense plasma fusion reactor work

The LPP Fusion research team is still working with the tungsten electrodes but they know the beryllium electrodes will be needed soon. Tungsten is being used now because of its extreme resistance to the heat generated by runaway electrons during the early stages of FF-1’s pulse. They are combining that thermal resistance with a technique …

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Stem Cells that are precursors to eggs are used to provide youthful mitochondria boosts IVF success by four times for older women

Doctors in Canada have begun a new chapter in medical history, delivering the first in a wave of babies expected to be born this summer through a technique that some experts think can dramatically improve the success rate of in vitro fertilization (IVF). Now 22 days old, Zain Rajani was born through a new method …

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US Air Force and Navy designing FA-XX sixth generation fighter jets to replace F22 and F 18 E/F

The Navy and the Air Force could team up for their early look into their next crop of fighters (FA-XX program) due out in 2030, the Navy’s director of air warfare told USNI News. In 2016, the US Navy and US air force are in a position to set out on a joint analysis of …

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First 3D Metamaterials will enable higher resolution ultrasound, stealth submarines and other applications

Researchers have developed the first three dimensional metamaterials by combining physico-chemical formulation and microfluidics technology. This is a new generation of soft metamaterials that are easier to shape. In their experiment, the researchers got ultrasonic oscillations to move backwards while the energy carried by the wave moved forwards. Their work opens up new prospects, especially …

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Chinese companies will have over $45 billion in infrastructure projects in Pakistan over the next 6 years

The Chinese government and banks will finance Chinese companies to build $45.6 billion worth of energy and infrastructure projects in Pakistan over the next six years, according to new details of the deal seen by Reuters on Friday. China has promised to invest around $33.8 billion in various energy projects and $11.8 billion in infrastructure …

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10 Terawatt desktop laser

A compact new generation optical amplifier has been constructed by physicists from the Laser Centre of the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Faculty of Physics of the Warsaw University. The apparatus is extremely efficient and small enough to fit on a desktop and is able to generate over …

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