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Bashar's most profound speech Om Namah Shivaya (I Am God)

Bashar's most profound speech Om Namah Shivaya (I Am God) | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
I've been listening to Bashar's work since 2007 and this is one of the greatest speech I have ever heard from him. I encourage everyone to listen to it every...
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Blue Brain team discovers a multi-dimensional #universe in #brain networks #neurology #biology #science

Blue Brain team discovers a multi-dimensional #universe in #brain networks #neurology #biology #science | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
Using a sophisticated type of mathematics in a way that it has never been used before in neuroscience, a team from the Blue Brain Project has uncovered a universe of multi-dimensional geometrical structures and spaces within the networks of the brain. This research, published in Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, has significant implications for our understanding of the brain.

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Candy cane-like #supercapacitor could charge #smartphones in seconds: Study #tech

Candy cane-like #supercapacitor could charge #smartphones in seconds: Study #tech | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
Scientists have developed a candy cane-shaped supercapacitor that may enable fast charging of mobile phones, smart clothes and implantable devices. Researchers at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and the University of Cambridge in the UK developed a way to interweave nanostructures within a bulk material, achieving the benefits of conventional nanostructuring without using complex synthesis methods or sacrificing material toughness.
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#Fleas in #Arizona Test Positive for the #Plague–Here’s What You Need to Know About it #America #news #health

#Fleas in #Arizona Test Positive for the #Plague–Here’s What You Need to Know About it #America #news #health | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
Scary headlines proclaim the return of the killer bacterial infection. We asked an infectious disease expert to separate the hype from the facts.

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'Alesi,' the 13-million-year-old #baby #monkey, could be mankind's earliest ancestor #history

'Alesi,' the 13-million-year-old #baby #monkey, could be mankind's earliest ancestor #history | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
The skull of an infant ape buried by a volcano 13 million years ago has preserved intriguing clues about the ancestor humans shared with apes — including a likely African origin, scientists say.

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Laser mapping project shows effects of physical changes in #Antarctica's Dry Valleys #science

Laser mapping project shows effects of physical changes in #Antarctica's Dry Valleys #science | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
Researchers funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) have publicly released high-resolution maps of Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valleys, a globally unique polar desert.
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#Scientists closer to explaining why matter persists over #antimatter #physics

#Scientists closer to explaining why matter persists over #antimatter #physics | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
New results show a difference in the way neutrinos and antineutrinos behave, which could help explain why there is so much matter in the universe.
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☝️ 3 Pressure Points That’ll Instantly Lower Your Blood Pressure Naturally #healing

How I Lowered My Dad’s Blood Pressure by 23% In Just A Few days - NO Drugs or Diets: �http://drsam.co/yt/LongTermLowBP Or you can watch this video

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#FF Space station flyover of Super #Typhoon #Noru

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NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik photographed Super Typhoon Noru in the Northwestern Pacific Ocean on August 1, 2017, as the International Space Station passed overhead. He shared images of the massive storm on social media
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The future of search engines: Researchers combine artificial intelligence, crowdsourcing and supercomputers

The future of search engines: Researchers combine artificial intelligence, crowdsourcing and supercomputers | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
How do search engines generate lists of relevant links?

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New #algorithm generates folding patterns to produce any 3-D #origami structure

New #algorithm generates folding patterns to produce any 3-D #origami structure | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it

In a 1999 paper, Erik Demaine—now an MIT professor of electrical engineering and computer science, but then an 18-year-old PhD student at the University of Waterloo, in Canada—described an algorithm that could determine how to fold a piece of paper into any conceivable 3-D shape.

 

 

It was a milestone paper in the field of computational origami, but the algorithm didn't yield very practical folding patterns. Essentially, it took a very long strip of paper and wound it into the desired shape. The resulting structures tended to have lots of seams where the strip doubled back on itself, so they weren't very sturdy.

 

At the Symposium on Computational Geometry in July, Demaine and Tomohiro Tachi of the University of Tokyo will announce the completion of a quest that began with that 1999 paper: a universal algorithm for folding origami shapes that guarantees a minimum number of seams.

 

"In 1999, we proved that you could fold any polyhedron, but the way that we showed how to do it was very inefficient," Demaine says. "It's efficient if your initial piece of paper is super-long and skinny. But if you were going to start with a square piece of paper, then that old method would basically fold the square paper down to a thin strip, wasting almost all the material. The new result promises to be much more efficient. It's a totally different strategy for thinking about how to make a polyhedron."

 

Demaine and Tachi are also working to implement the algorithm in a new version of Origamizer, the free software for generating origami crease patterns whose first version Tachi released in 2008.


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RiseEarth : Consuming #Walnuts Boost Good #Bacteria

RiseEarth : Consuming #Walnuts Boost Good #Bacteria | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
Only together we can make a difference! The truth awaits to be known.

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'Omnipresent' effects of human impact on England's landscape revealed #history #environment #education

'Omnipresent' effects of human impact on England's landscape revealed #history #environment #education | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
Scientists show how the Anthropocene has transformed England.

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#FF Researchers build nanoscale computational circuit boards with #DNA #computer

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Human-engineered systems, from ancient irrigation networks to modern semiconductor circuitry, rely on spatial organization to guide the flow of materials and information. Living cells also use spatial organization to control and accelerate the transmission of molecular signals, for example by co-localizing the components of enzyme cascades and signaling networks. In a new paper published today by the journal Nature Nanotechnology, scientists at the University of Washington and Microsoft Research describe a method that uses spatial organization to build nanoscale computational circuits made of synthetic DNA. Called “DNA domino” circuits, they consist of DNA “domino” molecules that are positioned at regular intervals on a DNA surface. Information is transmitted when DNA dominoes interact with their immediate neighbors in a cascade.


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A rare and elusive white moose has finally been captured on #video

A rare and elusive white moose has finally been captured on #video | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
Hans Nilsson has spent three years trying to spot an elusive white moose in the town of Eda, in western Sweden. Last week he got lucky.

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Oh, my heart, be still. Another white moose and this time with video. Just have to share. 
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Headstart: Anita #Moorjani, author of the book "Dying To Be Me" #NDE #BDE #education

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#Meditation boosts #genes that promote good #health

#Meditation boosts #genes that promote good #health | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
Daily relaxation routines can result in beneficial long-term changes to genes involved in blood sugar control and other processes

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#Molecules react to their #environment #DNA over matter #LOL

#Molecules react to their #environment #DNA over matter #LOL | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
Le Chatelier’s principle is neither hard to state nor to understand. But it’s kind of hard to find the right words. It’s typically expressed as something like: ‘If a dynamic equilibrium is disturbed by changing the conditions, the position of equilibrium moves to counteract the change.’ But there is a clear implication of intentionality here: it’s as though the system is determined to keep its balance.

Sometimes, Le Chatelier’s principle is more or less equated with homeostasis in physiology – the maintenance of a steady state in a changing environment. Some homeostasis, such as pH regulation, does indeed involve the kind of shift in chemical equilibria described by Le Chatelier’s principle. The confusing thing is that biological homeostasis is also a survival mechanism and therefore connected to Darwinian adaptation. We have evolved sweat glands, yet the regulation of body temperature by sweating can be explained by purely physical laws.

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$21.6 million funding from #DARPA to build window into the #brain Frank #Herbert #scifi near #future

$21.6 million funding from #DARPA to build window into the #brain Frank #Herbert #scifi near #future | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
Scientists will develop new tools, including light field microscopy and holographic projection, to read and write to the brain
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Humans have already manufactured 8.3 billion tons of #plastic with no end in sight… landfill galore #fossil fuel #pollution

(Natural News) In less than a generation, we have managed to successfully pollute our planet by discarding more than 8.3 billion metric tons of plastics; 6.3 billion tons of which has become waste. This was the condemning conclusion made in a new study published in Science Advances. Researchers from the University of Georgia studied data...
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European #heatwave deaths could skyrocket: #climate study #science #education thx #fossil fuels

European #heatwave deaths could skyrocket: #climate study #science #education thx #fossil fuels | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
Deaths due to extreme weather in Europe could increase fifty-fold from an estimated 3,000 per year recently to 152,000 by century's end if global warming is not reined in, researchers warned Saturday.
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Notable #Scientists Gather To Emphasize: Physical Material “Matter” Is Not The Only Reality #multiverse #Gaya

Notable #Scientists Gather To Emphasize: Physical Material “Matter” Is Not The Only Reality #multiverse #Gaya | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it

“The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.” – Nikola Tesla

 

A group of internationally recognized scientists have come together to stress the importance of what is still commonly overlooked in the mainstream scientific community – the fact that matter (protons, electrons, photons, anything that has a mass) is not the only reality. We wish to understand the nature of our reality, but how can we do so if we are continually examining only physical systems? What about the role of non-physical systems, such as consciousness, or their interaction with physical systems (matter)? 

 

Fortunately, some scientists are studying non-physical systems, and the double slit experiment is a great example of  this.  A paper published by Dean Radin, PhD, in the peer-reviewed journal Physics Essays, explains how this experiment has been used multiple times to explore the role of consciousness in shaping the nature of physical reality....


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Scientists are starting to look at not only matter but also at the causal spiritual principles behind the material reality out there...

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#Antibiotic drugs found to cause harmful damage to the #environment, even after being consumed by patients

#Antibiotic drugs found to cause harmful damage to the #environment, even after being consumed by patients | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
A meta-analysis published in the Microchemical Journal revealed that commonly used antibiotics make their way to the environment, which in turn may negatively impact beneficial microbes found in the ecosystem. According to the researchers, people metabolize only a small portion of antibiotics that t
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New optical lens can transfer digital information without loss #science #computer speed of light?

New optical lens can transfer digital information without loss #science #computer speed of light? | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it

Researchers have designed an optical lens that exhibits two properties that so far have not been demonstrated together: self-focusing and an optical effect called the Talbot effect that creates repeating patterns of light. The researchers showed that the combination of these two properties can be used to transfer an encoded digital signal without information loss, which has potential applications for realizing highly efficient optical communication systems.

 

The scientists, Xiangyang Wang and Hui Liu at Nanjing University, Huanyang Chen at Xiamen University, along with their coauthors, have published a paper on the new lens, called a "conformal lens," in a recent issue of Physical Review Letters.

 

This type of a conformal lens, which is also known as a Mikaelian lens, arose from the field of transformation optics, which is based on the idea that lenses can direct light in analogy with how the curved geometry of spacetime bends light in general relativity.

The main goal of the study was to design a conformal lens that works simultaneously in two different regimes: the geometry optics regime, in which light is treated as a particle, and the wave optics regime, which also accounts for the wave-like properties of light.

 

Working in both regimes is challenging because the two regimes have two seemingly opposing requirements for the size of the working wavelengths. On one hand, the working wavelengths must be much smaller than the size of the lens, but at the same time they must be larger than the basic units that make up the lens.

 

To address this challenge, the researchers started with a Maxwell's fish-eye lens, which dates back to the 1850s, as the basis for the conformal lens. They explained that trying to realize a lens with the desired properties using conventional transformation optics is very challenging, in part due its demands on a three-dimensional medium. On the other hand, conformal transformation optics places demands on a two-dimensional medium, which eases the fabrication requirements.


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New Artificial Spider Silk: Stronger Than Steel and 98 Percent Water #science #innovation

New Artificial Spider Silk: Stronger Than Steel and 98 Percent Water #science #innovation | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it

Researchers at Cambridge University have developed a process for making strong, stretchy threads in an environmentally friendly way

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#FF Salk #scientists solve longstanding biological mystery of #DNA organization #Gaya #Avatar

#FF Salk #scientists solve longstanding biological mystery of #DNA organization #Gaya #Avatar | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it

Researchers image 3D genome in nucleus of living human cell for the first time


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The Famous Easter Island Heads Have Hidden Bodies #possibilities & #extinction #science vs #greed

The Famous Easter Island Heads Have Hidden Bodies #possibilities & #extinction #science vs #greed | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it

Researchers determined to the best of their ability the meaning, function, and history of each individual statue.


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I've never been to Easter Island but like many people I've been fascinated by these great heads, which we now know have bodies. Those bodies have been buried by nature; imagine the vast storms of sand and dirt and the seismic upheavals that dumped so much detritus around these monumental works of primitive art. Apparently, they were once painted red and were probably used as vast grave makers for entire families. My guess, they were left not only to watch over the graves but to await the canoes of their ancestral people come to rescue them or perhaps to reunite them with their spirit worlds. 

Reminds me of my story In My Father's House There Are Many Murders. You can listen to it on SoundCloud at https://soundcloud.com/kenneth-weene/in-my-fathers-house