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10 People With Amazing and Extraordinary Superpowers

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Mister Eat it all
Michael Lotito is known as ‘Monsier Mangetout’ which means ‘Mister Eat-it-All’.
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Something Unknown a must see film for all people #telepathy #precognition #healing #Earthmatters

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#Science of #Acupuncture Explains Mysteries of We...

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What would Qi consist of in Western science? Which forces in the body would create it?
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6 #Herbs & #Spices that have #Healing Powers

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[...] (From the blog: 6 Herbs & Spices that have Healing Powers http://t.co/jJvLaVnbkk #health #healthy)
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7 Ayurvedic Herbs that Destroy Colon & Other #Cancers Fast | #Health

7 Ayurvedic Herbs that Destroy Colon & Other #Cancers Fast | #Health | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
Numerous Ayurvedic texts speak of ways to treat cancers of the colon and digestive system. Two texts which were written around 700 BC are classic wisdom from the sister science of yoga – the Charakaand Sushruta Samhita.
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What happens when talented #musicians, art and mind blowing #science come together..

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The Petrosains Science Festival is back by popular demand and is happening from 15 - 21 September 2014! More details here. (What happens when talented musicians, art and mind blowing science come together..
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How autistic savants could hold the key to psychic phenomena

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Recent research is showing that some autistic savants possess astonishing telepathic or extrasensory perception (ESP) abilities, and could reveal a whole new understanding of how the brain, mind, and consciousness work, and might one day show how...
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How lizards regenerate their tails: researchers discover genetic 'recipe'

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By understanding the secret of how lizards regenerate their tails, researchers may be able to develop ways to stimulate the regeneration of limbs in humans. Now, a team of researchers from Arizona State University is one step closer to solving that mystery. The scientists have discovered the genetic “recipe” for lizard tail regeneration, which may come down to using genetic ingredients in just the right mixture and amounts.

 

Other animals, such as salamanders, frog tadpoles and fish, can also regenerate their tails, with growth mostly at the tip. During tail regeneration, they all turn on genes in what is called the 'Wnt pathway’ – a process that is required to control stem cells in many organs, such as the brain, hair follicles and blood vessels. However, lizards have a unique pattern of tissue growth that is distributed throughout the tail.

 

"Regeneration is not an instant process," said Elizabeth Hutchins, a graduate student in ASU's molecular and cellular biology program and co-author of the paper. "In fact, it takes lizards more than 60 days to regenerate a functional tail. Lizards form a complex regenerating structure with cells growing into tissues at a number of sites along the tail.”

 

"We have identified one type of cell that is important for tissue regeneration," said Jeanne Wilson-Rawls, co-author and associate professor with ASU’s School of Life Sciences. "Just like in mice and humans, lizards have satellite cells that can grow and develop into skeletal muscle and other tissues."

 

"Using next-generation technologies to sequence all the genes expressed during regeneration, we have unlocked the mystery of what genes are needed to regrow the lizard tail," said Kusumi. "By following the genetic recipe for regeneration that is found in lizards, and then harnessing those same genes in human cells, it may be possible to regrow new cartilage, muscle or even spinal cord in the future."

 

The findings are published today in the journal PLOS ONE.


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Stunning Astronaut Photos Capture Beauty of Earth from Space

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NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman seems to be having a great time living in space, and he is using social media to share it with the world.
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#Hallucigenia revealed: The most surreal creature from strangest period in history of life on Earth

#Hallucigenia revealed: The most surreal creature from strangest period in history of life on Earth | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
If Salvadore Dali were God, he would surely have designed an animal that looked like Hallucigenia. It has been described as the most surreal creature that lived in the strangest period in the history of life on Earth, more than 500 million years ago.
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The phase of #Telekinesis #Earh, if this is so its great #healing #clairvoyance

The phase of #Telekinesis #Earh, if this is so its great #healing #clairvoyance | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
The re-calibration of the hearts codices has been completed. A new reality has indeed been instituted into the present incarnation of human beings on GAIA. A new reality has weaved itself into the ...
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Real #Psychokinesis &#Telekinesis Practice 3- #Chi energy of wish realization & rejuvenation - YouTube

This is the third step of real Mind power (telekinesis and psychokinesis) training series. Speaking of supernatural power, Uri Geller's etc. influence or spo... (Real Telekinesis & Psychokinesis 3 - Chi energy by Mind power of rejuvenation!
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#TELEKINESIS TUTORIAL for Beginners

Telekinesis tutorial for beginners on how to to move things with your mind. Astro gives some real tips and techniques to help you learn telekinesis and unloc...
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Scientist discovers new language spoken by plants

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Astronauts Just Found Life In Outer Space, We Kid You Not

Astronauts Just Found Life In Outer Space, We Kid You Not | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
And the discovery has scientists scratching their heads. (RT @ROBERT_HARRIS_: @joerogan http://t.co/nanP695w2A Life spawned outside of Earth? Strong possibility here!
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New Discovery Suggests Planets Don’t Have To Be Earth-Like To Host Life | Divine Society

New Discovery Suggests Planets Don’t Have To Be Earth-Like To Host Life | Divine Society | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
Our mission is to educate one another, while also sharing ideas and concepts that can change the direction of our society. (RT @DivineSociety: New discovery suggests planets don't need to be earth like to host life!
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#Yoga and #Ayurveda

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We often talk about Ayurveda and yoga as two separate aspects of wellness. While one is form of medicine, the other is tough of as a form of exercise, but there is a lot more to these two ancient practices. 

According to Dr.
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Exceedingly rare blue lobster caught off Maine coast by father-daughter duo

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A Maine teenager and her father have landed a one-in-two-million catch — a blue lobster.
Meghan LaPlante, 14, said she and her father pulled in the vivid blue crustacean from one of their traps on Saturday.
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Basic Principles of Ayurveda - The God Within U

Basic Principles of Ayurveda - The God Within U | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
RT @kb020189: The God Within U: Basic Principles of Ayurveda http://t.co/2x38I8qs5i
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Primatologist Frans de Waal on the Science of Cooperation and Empathy

Primatologist Frans de Waal on the Science of Cooperation and Empathy | The limitless universe | Scoop.it

I had also documented what I called “chimpanzees consolation,” where one individual is distressed and others come over and groom and kiss and those kind of things, and I never made much of that until I went to a lecture by Carolyn Zahn-Waxler, who explained how she studied empathy in children.


She would ask a family member to cry and say, “I’m sick,” and cough, and see how young children would react. The young children would touch them and stroke them and kiss them.


Zahn-Waxler called that an expression
of “empathy,” or “sympathetic concern.”


And I said, “If that’s empathy, then I see lots of empathy in my chimpanzees.” I had never attached that label to it, but then I got interested in that side of it.


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Michio Kaku: #Telepathy Is Easier Than You Think - YouTube

Don't miss new Big Think videos! Subscribe by clicking here: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Some have proposed using quantum entanglement (the invisible umbilical cord...
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Fascinating rhythm: Light pulses illuminate a rare black hole #Universe #space

Fascinating rhythm: Light pulses illuminate a rare black hole #Universe #space | The limitless universe | Scoop.it

The universe has so many black holes that it's impossible to count them all. There may be 100 million of these intriguing astral objects in our galaxy alone. Nearly all black holes fall into one of two classes: big, and colossal. Astronomers know that black holes ranging from about 10 times to 100 times the mass of our sun are the remnants of dying stars, and that supermassive black holes, more than a million times the mass of the sun, inhabit the centers of most galaxies.


But scattered across the universe like oases in a desert are a few apparent black holes of a more mysterious type. Ranging from a hundred times to a few hundred thousand times the sun's mass, these intermediate-mass black holes are so hard to measure that even their existence is sometimes disputed. Little is known about how they form. And some astronomers question whether they behave like other black holes.


Now a team of astronomers has accurately measured—and thus confirmed the existence of—a black hole about 400 times the mass of our sun in a galaxy 12 million light years from Earth. The finding, by University of Maryland astronomy graduate student Dheeraj Pasham and two colleagues, was published online August 17 in the journal Nature.


 

Pasham focused on one object in Messier 82, a galaxy in the constellation Ursa Major. Messier 82 is our closest "starburst galaxy," where young stars are forming. Beginning in 1999 a NASA satellite telescope, the Chandra X-ray Observatory, detected X-rays in Messier 82 from a bright object prosaically dubbed M82 X-1. Astronomers, including Mushotzky and co-author Tod Strohmayer of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, suspected for about a decade that the object was an intermediate-mass black hole, but estimates of its mass were not definitive enough to confirm that.

 

 

Between 2004 and 2010 NASA's Rossi X-Ray Timing Explorer (RXTE) satellite telescope observed M82 X-1 about 800 times, recording individual x-ray particles emitted by the object. Pasham mapped the intensity and wavelength of x-rays in each sequence, then stitched the sequences together and analyzed the result

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Among the material circling the suspected black hole, he spotted two repeating flares of light. The flares showed a rhythmic pattern of light pulses, one occurring 5.1 times per second and the other 3.3 times per second – or a ratio of 3:2.


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#Nautilus a house the way I like it.

#Nautilus a house the way I like it. | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
Aquí la planta es la espiral, misma que se fue adecuando sobre el terreno, para cuyo trazo se dibujó la espiral logarítmica. El trabajo en maqueta generó numerosos cambios hasta encontrar el...
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#Skynet Terminator2: Phase-changing material could allow even low-cost #robots to switch between hard and soft states

#Skynet Terminator2: Phase-changing material could allow even low-cost #robots to switch between hard and soft states | The limitless universe | Scoop.it

In the movie “Terminator 2,” the shape-shifting T-1000 robot morphs into a liquid state to squeeze through tight spaces or to repair itself when harmed.

 

Now a phase-changing material built from wax and foam, and capable of switching between hard and soft states, could allow even low-cost robots to perform the same feat.

 

The material — developed by Anette Hosoi, a professor of mechanical engineering and applied mathematics at MIT, and her former graduate student Nadia Cheng, alongside researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization and Stony Brook University — could be used to build deformable surgical robots. The robots could move through the body to reach a particular point without damaging any of the organs or vessels along the way.

 

Robots built from the material, which is described in a new paper in the journal Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, could also be used in search-and-rescue operations to squeeze through rubble looking for survivors, Hosoi says.


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Security Camera Catches Girl Using #Telekinesis

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#Vampire plant actually feeds on other plants - #Science Recorder

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Science Recorder
Vampire plant actually feeds on other plants
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Where vampires are said to use telepathy to communicate with their victims, the Cuscuta pentagona uses a sophisticated communication web of RNA and DNA.
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Time travel has been simulated by Australian physicists (ScienceAlert) #science #tech #socialmedia

Time travel has been simulated by Australian physicists (ScienceAlert) #science #tech #socialmedia | The limitless universe | Scoop.it
Using photons, scientists have simulated a way that quantum particles could travel through time.
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