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Expert: N. Korea dictator has everything to lose in war

Expert: N. Korea dictator has everything to lose in war | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
Professor at South Korean university confident that second Korean War not just unlikely but out of the question amid new tensions
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International Space Station set for ‘spooky’ quantum entanglement experiment | The Space Reporter

International Space Station set for ‘spooky’ quantum entanglement experiment | The Space Reporter | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
ISS may be the site of a quantum entanglement experiment.
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In pictures: Ultra-light material

In pictures: Ultra-light material | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
Chinese researchers create “carbon aerogel” – a material so light that slender blades of grass will bear its weight without bending.
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Red Meat Nutrient Linked With Heart Disease

Red Meat Nutrient Linked With Heart Disease | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
By: Cari Nierenberg, MyHealthNewsDaily Contributor Published: 04/08/2013 08:23 AM EDT on MyHealthNewsDaily The high amounts of saturated fat and cholesterol in red meat have long been blamed for increasing people's risk of heart disease.
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Suffering from 'tattoo regret'

Suffering from 'tattoo regret' | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
Plastic surgeons and dermatologists are seeing more and more people who want their tattoos removed.
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Study Points to New Culprit in Heart Disease

Study Points to New Culprit in Heart Disease | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
Research showed that the association between red meat and heart disease risk might be related not just to fat but to bacteria that thrive on a component of red meat.
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WATCH: What Doctors Don't Know About the Drugs They Prescribe

WATCH: What Doctors Don't Know About the Drugs They Prescribe | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
Doctors need the results of clinical trials to make informed choices, with their patients, about which treatment to use.
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Google Fiber coming to Austin

Google Fiber coming to Austin | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
A major announcement from Google is scheduled for next week. However, multiple sources confirmed to KVUE News that it will be to announce the City is getting Google Fiber high speed Internet.
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A nightmare in real life: Va. teen’s kidnapping tale in the Philippines

A nightmare in real life: Va. teen’s kidnapping tale in the Philippines | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
Kevin Lunsmann was visiting the island nation with his mother, Gerfa, when they were taken by terrorists.
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Top brain scientist is 'philosopher at heart'

Top brain scientist is 'philosopher at heart' | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
Ed Boyden is only 33, but he's already helped invent influential technologies in the study of the human brain.
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Quantum Stealth material designed to make target invisible

Quantum Stealth material designed to make target invisible | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
(Phys.org)—Scientists are exploring better methods of camouflage, a so-called scientific invisibility cloak, and news has spread fast about a Canadian company with substantial claims on how far they have come with camouflage technology.
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Robotic jellyfish named Cyro could one day work for the Navy [video]

Robotic jellyfish named Cyro could one day work for the Navy [video] | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
Cyro the robotic jellyfish gets engineers at Virginia Tech closer to creating an autonomous underwater robot that can monitor the oceans for the Navy.
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Soaring Bee Deaths in 2012 Sound Alarm on Malady

Soaring Bee Deaths in 2012 Sound Alarm on Malady | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
A mysterious ailment appears to have expanded drastically in the past year, wiping out as many as half of the hives needed to pollinate much of America’s produce.
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Arkansas Residents Complain Oil Spill Making Them Sick

Arkansas Residents Complain Oil Spill Making Them Sick | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
Sherry Appleman awoke abruptly in the middle of the night less than 48 hours after a pipeline rupture last month sent thousands of barrels of heavy crude oil into the streets and swamps of Mayflower, Ark.
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Women, consider freezing your eggs

Women, consider freezing your eggs | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
Marcia Inhorn says career women have the option of using their own banked eggs to become mothers later in life.
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Chemical behind red meat's link to heart disease?

Chemical behind red meat's link to heart disease? | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
Researchers compared gut bacteria and metabolism of compound found in meat among meat-eaters, vegetarians and mice
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Tar Sands Raw Deal: Arkansas Spill Is Another Reason to Say 'No' to Tar Sands Pipeline

Tar Sands Raw Deal: Arkansas Spill Is Another Reason to Say 'No' to Tar Sands Pipeline | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
Tar sands expansion rewards the oil industry while putting us all at risk of oil spills and climate change. That's a raw deal by any calculation.
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Study Points to New Culprit in Heart Disease

Study Points to New Culprit in Heart Disease | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
Research showed that the association between red meat and heart disease risk might be related not just to fat but to bacteria that thrive on a component of red meat.
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Neighbouring towns worlds apart on 'fracking'

Neighbouring towns worlds apart on 'fracking' | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
The BBC visited neighbouring towns in New York and Pennsylvania - all rich in natural gas but divided over the wisdom of the extraction process known as 'fracking'.
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NASA plans to lasso asteroid, bring it closer to Earth, senator says

NASA plans to lasso asteroid, bring it closer to Earth, senator says | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
NASA is planning for a robotic spaceship to lasso a small asteroid and park it near the moon for astronauts to explore, a top senator said Friday.
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Future of organs? Synthetic tissue built with 3-D printer

Future of organs? Synthetic tissue built with 3-D printer | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
Scientists have built a 3-D printer that creates material resembling human tissues.
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Male bowel cancer 'on the increase'

Male bowel cancer 'on the increase' | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
Male bowel cancer rates have increased by more than a quarter in 35 years - but the figure is much less for women, a Cancer Research study suggests.
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Hyperstealth Biotechnology_ Guy Cramer.avi

Guy Cramer (Hyperstealth Biotechnology) talk about new Quantum Stealth technology
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AMAZING: Local Scientists Turn Cells Into Living Computers

AMAZING: Local Scientists Turn Cells Into Living Computers | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
Researchers at Stanford University announced this week that they've created genetic receptors that can act as a sort of "biological computer," potentially revolutionizing how diseases are treated.
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Soaring Bee Deaths in 2012 Sound Alarm on Malady

Soaring Bee Deaths in 2012 Sound Alarm on Malady | ScoopCapture | Scoop.it
A mysterious ailment appears to have expanded drastically in the past year, wiping out as many as half of the hives needed to pollinate much of America’s produce.
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