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Science Breaktroughs The Koyal Group InfoMag: Nästa hälsa genombrott: Var kommer det ifrån?

Science Breaktroughs The Koyal Group InfoMag: Nästa hälsa genombrott: Var kommer det ifrån? | Koyal InfoMag | Scoop.it

A Christian Science perspective: It may be time for a deep dive into thinking about prayer that is scientific, based in divine law.

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Science Breaktroughs The Koyal Group InfoMag – Rullande hennes ögon, beskrev min granne en hälso genombrott hon hade läst om. Hon spegling samma attityd av hopp med reservationer som många har när de hör dessa annonser som marknadsför den senaste behandling för sjukdomar.

 

Naturligtvis dragningen till genombrott är stort. Alla vill vara bra.

 

Försök att hitta hälsolösningar börjar ofta med mindre invasiva metoder - restriktiva dieter, livsstilsförändringar, mindfulness meditation. Andra hoppas på en föreskriven regim av medicin eller i en ny teknik. Behovet av att vara väl håller oss ute.

 

Men, i stället för att föra försäkran, läkare kritik av nuvarande praxis i allt högre grad orsakar skakningar. Till exempel, en artikel nyligen, "förebådade Behandlingar ofta misslyckas med att leva upp till sitt löfte," drar slutsatsen att domen är fortfarande ute på många nya läkemedel och förfaranden. Och en artikel av Luis Collar, MD, kritik med en hisnande - vissa skulle säga förvillande ärlig - syn på nuvarande allopatiska metoder. Han nämner att det behövs mer rigorös, vetenskapligt tänkande, opåverkad av ekonomiska krav eller status-quo positioner. En Business Insider artikeln citerar forskning som visar att glutenkänsligheten, den oro som driver 30 procent av amerikanerna att köpa glutenfria livsmedel, faktiskt inte existerar. Kanske i ett försök att dämpa bestörtning, att artikeln öppnas och stängs med ett hurra för vetenskap ". Det fungerar"

 

Men heja eller inte, kvarstår det faktum att det vetenskapliga tänkande som driver forskare gör "jobbet."

 

Den producerar fler röster i biologiska, neurologiska, psykologiska, och andra typer av forskning, alla tittar på tankeprocesser som styr kroppen i mer djupgående än någonsin tidigare, bland annat ökad användning av kropp-själ, och även andliga, tekniker.

 

Mänskligheten har alltid individuellt utforskat andliga metoder, men forskning om hur andliga tänkande erbjuder lagt hälsovärde är en relativt ny företeelse. Och med tanke på andlighet och vetenskap tillsammans i samma sammanhang är ännu mer spetsen.

 

Men att fokus är inte ny. När Mary Baker Eddy publicerade att Jesus var "den mest vetenskapliga mannen", förklarade hon - och visade att läka utfall - att hans kurer var baserade på Guds kraft som den gudomliga Princip eller orsak. Hon avslutade: "Han störtade under materialets yta av saker, och fann den andliga orsaken" ("Vetenskap och hälsa med nyckel till Skriften," s. 313.).

 

Hennes forskning ingår andlighet och vetenskap i samma sammanhang. Många idag har kommit fram till att de andliga kvaliteter medkänsla, tolerans, glädje, tacksamhet är hälsosam. Förbättrad fysiska välbefinnande är nu allmänt erkänd som kopplade till andlig tänka och leva. En central fråga är, är denna koppling en provable vetenskap?

 

År sedan jag inte var ute efter en koppling mellan fysiska välbefinnande och andlighet, men för andlig mening i mitt oroliga liv. Sedan i min tidiga 20-talet, medan det i ett hotell, jag plötsligt kollapsade i förlamning och extrem smärta. Utan syn eller tal i ett tillstånd som senare identifieras av en medicinsk praktikant som hängande dödlig, kunde jag bara lyssna när min man höll mig och läsa från Vetenskap och hälsa, en bok som han nyligen hade hittats. Vad hände sedan bedövas oss båda: Jag kände en djup frid, och alla symptom stoppas omedelbart. Intuitivt kände jag att här var en pålitlig, villkorslös kärlek som jag ville förstå. Det var en vetenskap att lära sig och leva (se Christian Science Sentinel, April 12, 2004).

 

En vetenskaplig bön-praxis som leder till mer positiva hälsoeffekter? Det kan vara dags för en djupdykning i att tänka på bön som är vetenskapligt, baserad på gudomlig lag. Tänk om alla kan lära sig vetenskapliga lagar som definierar Gud och livets inneboende hälsa? Om det är nästa stora hälsa genombrott, vem vill missa det?

 

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http://www.csmonitor.com/The-Culture/Articles-on-Christian-Science/2014/0721/The-next-health-breakthrough-Where-will-it-come-from

 

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NASA Will Unveil New Discoveries from Planet-Hunting Kepler Spacecraft Wednesday

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The Koyal Group Info Mag Articles - NASA's Kepler space telescope may be hobbled, but scientists continue to pull new discoveries from its huge dataset.


The space agency will announce more findings by Kepler — whose original planet-hunting mission was halted by a glitch in May 2013 — during a press conference on Wednesday (Feb. 26). You can listen to the event, which begins at 1 p.m. EST (1800 GMT), live here on Space.com, courtesy of NASA.


The following people will participate in the press conference:

— Douglas Hudgins, exoplanet exploration program scientist, NASA's Astrophysics Division in Washington

— Jack Lissauer, planetary scientist, NASA's Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif.

— Jason Rowe, research scientist, SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Institute, Mountain View, Calif.

— Sara Seager, professor of planetary science and physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass.

 

The $600 million Kepler mission launched in March 2009 to determine how commonly Earth-like planets occur around the Milky Way galaxy.


Kepler has been incredibly prolific and successful, detecting 3,600 potential exoplanets to date, 246 of which have been confirmed by follow-up observations. (Mission scientists expect that at least 90 percent of Kepler's candidates will turn out to be the real deal.)


Kepler's original mission ended in May 2013 when the second of its four orientation-maintaining reaction wheels failed, robbing the instrument of its ultraprecise pointing ability. However, Kepler team members have said that the data the observatory gathered in its first four years of operation should allow them to achieve the mission's major goals.


Further, researchers have proposed a new mission for Kepler called K2, which would allow the observatory to continue hunting for alien planets (albeit in a modified fashion), as well as other celestial objects and phenomena such as comets, asteroids and supernova explosions.

NASA is expected to make a final decision about the K2 mission proposal, and Kepler's ultimate fate, by this summer.


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Mars Rover Marks an Unexpected Anniversary With a Mysterious Discovery

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Info Mag Koyal Group Mars Rover Marks an Unexpected Anniversary With a Mysterious Discovery

Instead of one kilometer, Opportunity has driven 38.7 kilometers, or about 24 miles, exploring a series of ever larger craters, taking 170,000 pictures along the way.
“It’s a well-made American vehicle,”...

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Instead of one kilometer, Opportunity has driven 38.7 kilometers, or about 24 miles, exploring a series of ever larger craters, taking 170,000 pictures along the way.

“It’s a well-made American vehicle,” said Raymond E. Arvidson, the deputy principal investigator.

 

Over all, the rover remains in good health, despite the lame wheel, two scientific instruments that are no longer working, and a robotic arm with arthritislike stiffness. John L. Callas, the project manager, said the rover had also suffered an “amnesia moment,” probably caused by aging memory chips.

 

“It’s just an operational annoyance,” Dr. Callas said. “But if it gets precipitously worse, there are some corrective actions we can take.”

 

Perhaps a greater obstacle to Opportunity’s continued roving might be the limits of NASA’s budget. This spring, NASA officials will review all of NASA’s spacecraft that have lived beyond their original missions. Opportunity currently costs $14 million a year.

 

“We have to weigh how much money we have and what missions are most productive,” said Michael Meyer, the lead scientist for NASA’s Mars exploration program.

 

The newly discovered rock is like nothing Opportunity has seen. Dr. Squyres said it appeared to have flipped upside down, possibly exposing its underside for the first time in several billion years. “We’re seeing stuff we don’t normally get to see,” he said.

 

“It looks like a jelly doughnut,” he continued: “White around the outside, red in the middle. We’ve looked at it with our microscope. It’s clearly a rock.”

 

The composition is strange — high in sulfur, magnesium and manganese. “This is an ongoing story of discovery,” Dr. Squyres said. “Mars keeps throwing new stuff at us.” At news conferences, NASA now solicits questions from the public via Twitter. That prompted the “Star Trek” actor William Shatner to chime in, “Are you going to cover the alien rock throwers?”

Dr. Squyres replied that he did not think there were any Martian rock throwers, but another possibility might be that the rock was knocked there by a small asteroid impact nearby.

 

In Friday’s issue of the journal Science, scientists report on recent analysis of rocks along the rim of the 14-mile-wide Endeavour Crater where Opportunity is currently exploring. Following readings from Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, Opportunity headed to rocks that appeared to contain a clay mineral known as iron smectite.

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10 tieteellisten läpimurtojen Se voisi auttaa meitä huijata kuolemaa ja elää ikuisesti

10 tieteellisten läpimurtojen Se voisi auttaa meitä huijata kuolemaa ja elää ikuisesti | Koyal InfoMag | Scoop.it
Living forever might actually be possible and here's proof.
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Science Breakthroughs The Koyal Group InfoMag – Viimeisten 150 vuoden ihmisten elinajanodote kehittyneessä maailmassa on kaksinkertaistunut 40 vuotta 80. Se ei ole mitään verrattuna siihen, mitä tutkijat haluavat saavuttaa.

Suuri joukko tutkijoita - sisältä korkeakoulujen ja ulos - työskentelevät tavoista lisätä pitkäikäisyys. Jopa Google on palkannut joukko Futurists ja hyvin arvostetut tiedemiehet Project Calico, "hengenvaarallisen"-aloitteen.

Viime Science Channel näyttelyssä Morgan Freeman, "madonreiän läpi," haastatteli joukko fyysikot, futuristit ja tiedemiesten teknologian he työskentelevät joka voisi suuresti laajentaa meidän elinaikanamme ja ehkä tehdä niin, että emme koskaan kuole.

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Mars Rover Marks an Unexpected Anniversary With a Mysterious Discovery

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Info Mag Koyal Group Mars Rover Marks an Unexpected Anniversary With a Mysterious Discovery

Instead of one kilometer, Opportunity has driven 38.7 kilometers, or about 24 miles, exploring a series of ever larger craters, taking 170,000 pictures along the way.
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Info Mag Koyal Group Mars Rover Marks an Unexpected Anniversary With a Mysterious Discovery

 

Instead of one kilometer, Opportunity has driven 38.7 kilometers, or about 24 miles, exploring a series of ever larger craters, taking 170,000 pictures along the way.

“It’s a well-made American vehicle,” said Raymond E. Arvidson, the deputy principal investigator.

 

Over all, the rover remains in good health, despite the lame wheel, two scientific instruments that are no longer working, and a robotic arm with arthritislike stiffness. John L. Callas, the project manager, said the rover had also suffered an “amnesia moment,” probably caused by aging memory chips.

 

“It’s just an operational annoyance,” Dr. Callas said. “But if it gets precipitously worse, there are some corrective actions we can take.”

 

Perhaps a greater obstacle to Opportunity’s continued roving might be the limits of NASA’s budget. This spring, NASA officials will review all of NASA’s spacecraft that have lived beyond their original missions. Opportunity currently costs $14 million a year.

 

“We have to weigh how much money we have and what missions are most productive,” said Michael Meyer, the lead scientist for NASA’s Mars exploration program.

 

The newly discovered rock is like nothing Opportunity has seen. Dr. Squyres said it appeared to have flipped upside down, possibly exposing its underside for the first time in several billion years. “We’re seeing stuff we don’t normally get to see,” he said.

 

“It looks like a jelly doughnut,” he continued: “White around the outside, red in the middle. We’ve looked at it with our microscope. It’s clearly a rock.”

 

The composition is strange — high in sulfur, magnesium and manganese. “This is an ongoing story of discovery,” Dr. Squyres said. “Mars keeps throwing new stuff at us.” At news conferences, NASA now solicits questions from the public via Twitter. That prompted the “Star Trek” actor William Shatner to chime in, “Are you going to cover the alien rock throwers?”

Dr. Squyres replied that he did not think there were any Martian rock throwers, but another possibility might be that the rock was knocked there by a small asteroid impact nearby.

 

In Friday’s issue of the journal Science, scientists report on recent analysis of rocks along the rim of the 14-mile-wide Endeavour Crater where Opportunity is currently exploring. Following readings from Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, Opportunity headed to rocks that appeared to contain a clay mineral known as iron smectite.

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Aksjer falle som amerikanske økonomiske bekymringer vokser, Koyal Info Mag Tokyo Financial Economy Warning News

Aksjer falle som amerikanske økonomiske bekymringer vokser, Koyal Info Mag Tokyo Financial Economy Warning News | Koyal InfoMag | Scoop.it
Koyal Info Mag Tokyo Financial Economy Warning News Onsdag 21:15 BST.
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Onsdag 21:15 BST. Globale aksjer og dollar gled mens Treasury obligasjoner og yen tiltrukket kjøpere som den amerikanske regjeringen nedleggelsen inn andre dag, heightening bekymringer at landets budsjettet krisen ikke kan løses før landets gjeld tak er nådd.

 

En skuffende USA privat sektor jobber rapporten lagt til stemningen i usikkerhet, spesielt gitt sannsynligheten at offisielle non-farm lønn tallene for September ikke vil bli publisert etter planen denne fredag.

 

Over Atlanterhavet, investorer funnet noen avledning fra Washington budsjett stillstand i en bemerkelsesverdig politiske u-sving i Italia og den europeiske sentralbanken siste politiske møtet.

 

Wall Street klarte å gjenopprette noe av sin tidlige sent trading, og S & P 500 lukket bare 0,1 prosent lavere foran samtaler mellom President Barack Obama og Kongressens ledere i det hvite hus.

 

S & PS beskjedne nedgangen fulgt en 0,8 prosent økning på tirsdag som aksjemarkedene syntes å at regjeringen nedleggelsen skulle vise seg for å være kortvarig…

 

 

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