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10 herbs to battle diabetes - The Times of India

10 herbs to battle diabetes - The Times of India | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
Studies have revealed that herbs and supplements have shown promise in lowering blood sugar, boosting insulin sensitivity and reducing high blood pressure and cholesterol (10 herbs to battle diabetes http://t.co/hbOR6VMSLP)...
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#Scientists Discover How to Create Matter from Pure Light: #Science Fiction Turns into Fact

#Scientists Discover How to Create Matter from Pure Light: #Science Fiction Turns into Fact | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
Creating matter from light? It sounds like something out of science fiction, right? Well scientists have managed to take something that seems improbable and devise an experiment to make it possible.
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Ten photos showing the power of the #weather #science #environment

Ten photos showing the power of the #weather #science #environment | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
These photos were all winners in a new contest focusing on
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Mydas #flies and timber flies are the biggest flies

Mydas #flies and timber flies are the biggest flies | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
If you think bluebottles are big flies, think again. Two obscure groups of tropical flies are the giants of the fly world
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Wearables And Nanotech: The Future Of Healthcare

Wearables And Nanotech: The Future Of Healthcare | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
Today, massive technological shifts – driven by Big Data, mobility, security and cloud computing – are rapidly transforming business and society. Entire industries are being completely transformed ...
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#FF #CO2 emissions threaten #ocean crisis, #climate #environment

#FF #CO2 emissions threaten #ocean crisis, #climate #environment | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
Ocean acidification and rising water temperatures caused by increasing levels of carbon dioxide in t...
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How Power Makes People Selfish #science #sociopathy

“Power tends to corrupt; absolute power corrupts absolutely,” said the British historian Lord Acton. Unfortunately, this is not entirely a myth. A great deal...
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A Man Got High On 52 Different Drugs Then Drew These Trippy Self-Portraits #science #tech

A Man Got High On 52 Different Drugs Then Drew These Trippy Self-Portraits #science #tech | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
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The #Tunguska Impact--100 Years Later - #NASA #Science

The #Tunguska Impact--100 Years Later - #NASA #Science | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
One hundred years after the Tunguska event in Siberia, scientists review what they've learned about the mysterious blast from the heavens.
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One-Third Of The Great Wall Of China Has Disappeared

One-Third Of The Great Wall Of China Has Disappeared | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
The Great Wall of China stretches anywhere from 13,000 to 5,600 miles.
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Hairy monster: ancient 'super-armoured' worm discovered in #China #archeology

Hairy monster: ancient 'super-armoured' worm discovered in #China #archeology | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
Collinsium ciliosum, or the Hairy Collins’ Monster, lived around 500 million years ago and is thought to be one of the first animals to develop body armour
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What your #brain looks like after a near-death experience #science #NDE

What your #brain looks like after a near-death experience #science #NDE | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
On August 24, 2001, Air Transat Flight 236, with 306 passengers and crew members aboard, began its scheduled flight from Toronto to Lisbon, Portugal, but didn’t quite make it.
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Earth's colossal crater count complete, claim scientists - #Science Now

Earth's colossal crater count complete, claim scientists - #Science Now | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
Study suggests that all craters 6 kilometers across or larger have been found
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#Radioactive Emissions of Uranium are Visible to the Naked Eye When Placed in a Cloud Chamber, Videos Prove It #tech

#Radioactive Emissions of Uranium are Visible to the Naked Eye When Placed in a Cloud Chamber, Videos Prove It #tech | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
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Canadian researchers call on fellow #scientists to be more vocal in the media | #tech #science #integrity #truth

Canadian researchers call on fellow #scientists to be more vocal in the media | #tech #science #integrity #truth | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
EvidenceNetwork.ca is a non-partisan web-based project funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the Manitoba Health Research Council to make the latest evidence on controversial health policy issues available to the media.
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#Physicist Lawrence #Krauss lectures on cosmic origins, #science and religion

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#DMT – A Tool to Extend Survival in Clinical Death? #science #health #medicine

#DMT – A Tool to Extend Survival in Clinical Death? #science #health #medicine | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
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Imagine your loved one underwent a heart attack, suffered a stroke, lays in coma after an accident, or got electrocuted while changing a light bulb and the doctors are telling you they wish if they had more time to save their life.
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#FF #Dune, 50 years on: how a #science fiction novel changed the world

#FF #Dune, 50 years on: how a #science fiction novel changed the world | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
It has sold millions of copies, is perhaps the greatest novel in the science-fiction canon and Star Wars wouldn’t have existed without it.
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Fairy Lights in Femtoseconds: Scientists have created a hologram that can be touched

Fairy Lights in Femtoseconds: Scientists have created a hologram that can be touched | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
Hologram technology already exists. Whatever is not yet sufficiently advanced, however, we have witnessed some progress in this area as: hologram created in mid air by laser, 3D hologram displays, holograms in the toy industry and the like. Unfortunately Hologram display can not be touched and interaction with it would feel more natural.

That at least was true till now when a Japanese team of scientists from Digital Nature Group managed to create a hologram display that you can touch. The concept is similar to the hologram which was created in mid air (also in Japan). Namely, the laser is used to create display emits superfast and supershort radiation (measured in femtoseconds). These radiations wiggle molecules of air, while helping to ionize (resulting in their lighting). As we know, a set of ionized particles to a place called plasma, which is generated by the laser.

 

The very fact that the molecules are forced to move in the air is causing the ability to touch them. Namely, when you put a finger in the hologram air, molecules are hitting your skin and you feel like it you touched something. According to lead author of the study it feels like you're touching sand paper or electrostatic shock. Additionally, by using a camera which is placed under the display you can recognize when you touched the display and where, and to convey the command somewhere in the software. 

 

Scientists say that they have chosen femtosecond display nanoseconds because it is safer for the skin because there is not enough time to warm up and damage. This will allow interactive 3D holograms that can be touched, which will contribute to significant progress in hologram technology. The projection of such holograms may allow upgrading of our reality in the case if these kind of devices are placed all around us and project images and objects that we could touch.

 

This femtosecond laser-based volumetric display will be demonstrated to the public as a part of the Siggraph 2015 exhibition in August.


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Flatworm uses 'hypodermic #penis' to inject sperm into own head #biology #science

Flatworm uses 'hypodermic #penis' to inject sperm into own head #biology #science | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
Hermaphrodite flatworm is able to self-fertilise thanks to an evolutionary development resulting in a needle-like penis, scientists have discovered
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#Rainforest #indigenous tribe write 500 page "encyclopedia" of #herbs #science

#Rainforest #indigenous tribe write 500 page "encyclopedia" of #herbs #science | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
In an attempt to preserve their rich knowledge of the rain-forest before it is destroyed, five elders of the Matsé tribe have just created a 500-page book of herbal medicine that contains the collective wisdom of these "living libraries."...
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Entangled Exploit: Doped Crystals Key to Quantum Networks #Science #Tech #Physics

Entangled Exploit: Doped Crystals Key to Quantum Networks #Science #Tech #Physics | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
We have known for quite some time that quantum storage and quantum communication could vastly improve our current communications technology, but it’s not ...
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#Kailasa Temple - Ellora Caves #India #science #tech

The Kailasa Temple is the pinnacle of Indian rock-cut architecture. An entire mountain has been carved out to make this amazing Hindu temple dedicated to lor...
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400,000 tons of stone construction divided by 18 years = 22,222 tons per year
22,222 tons of stone per year divided by 365 days = 60 tons of rock per day.
That is the weight 1300 years ago they had to cut in a day from a mountain of stone to finish this temple in 18 years.

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#MRI Shows #Cancer Cells Thrive On Processed Sugar - Complete #Health and Happiness

#MRI Shows #Cancer Cells Thrive On Processed Sugar - Complete #Health and Happiness | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
by Amanda Froelich Want to improve your health? Change your diet! This message is slowly permeating mainstream society, but has yet to convince fast-food lovers and sugary-treat fanatics.
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D-Wave Systems Breaks the 1000 Qubit Quantum Computing Barrier

D-Wave Systems Breaks the 1000 Qubit Quantum Computing Barrier | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it

New Milestone Will Enable System to Address Larger and More Complex Problems

 

D-Wave Systems Inc., the world's first quantum computing company, today announced that it has broken the 1000 qubit barrier, developing a processor about double the size of D-Wave’s previous generation and far exceeding the number of qubits ever developed by D-Wave or any other quantum effort.

 

This is a major technological and scientific achievement that will allow significantly more complex computational problems to be solved than was possible on any previous quantum computer.

 

D-Wave’s quantum computer runs a quantum annealing algorithm to find the lowest points, corresponding to optimal or near optimal solutions, in a virtual “energy landscape.” Every additional qubit doubles the search space of the processor. At 1000 qubits, the new processor considers 21000possibilities simultaneously, a search space which dwarfs the 2512 possibilities available to the 512-qubit D-Wave Two. ‪In fact, the new search space contains far more possibilities than there are ‪particles in the observable universe.

 

“For the high-performance computing industry, the promise of quantum computing is very exciting. It offers the potential to solve important problems that either can’t be solved today or would take an unreasonable amount of time to solve,” said Earl Joseph, IDC program vice president for HPC. “D-Wave is at the forefront of this space today with customers like NASA and Google, and this latest advancement will contribute significantly to the evolution of the Quantum Computing industry.”

 

As the only manufacturer of scalable quantum processors, D-Wave breaks new ground with every succeeding generation it develops. The new processors, comprising over 128,000 Josephson tunnel junctions, are believed to be the most complex superconductor integrated circuits ever successfully yielded. They are fabricated in part at D-Wave’s facilities in Palo Alto, CA and at Cypress Semiconductor’s wafer foundry located in Bloomington, Minnesota.

 

“Temperature, noise, and precision all play a profound role in how well quantum processors solve problems.  Beyond scaling up the technology by doubling the number of qubits, we also achieved key technology advances prioritized around their impact on performance,” said Jeremy Hilton, D-Wave vice president, processor development. “We expect to release benchmarking data that demonstrate new levels of performance later this year.”

 

The 1000-qubit milestone is the result of intensive research and development by D-Wave and reflects a triumph over a variety of design challenges aimed at enhancing performance and boosting solution quality. Beyond the much larger number of qubits, other significant innovations include:

 

 Lower Operating Temperature: While the previous generation processor ran at a temperature close to absolute zero, the new processor runs 40% colder. The lower operating temperature enhances the importance of quantum effects, which increases the ability to discriminate the best result from a collection of good candidates.Reduced Noise: Through a combination of improved design, architectural enhancements and materials changes, noise levels have been reduced by 50% in comparison to the previous generation. The lower noise environment enhances problem-solving performance while boosting reliability and stability.Increased Control Circuitry Precision: In the testing to date, the increased precision coupled with the noise reduction has demonstrated improved precision by up to 40%. To accomplish both while also improving manufacturing yield is a significant achievement.Advanced Fabrication:  The new processors comprise over 128,000 Josephson junctions (tunnel junctions with superconducting electrodes) in a 6-metal layer planar process with 0.25μm features, believed to be the most complex superconductor integrated circuits ever built.New Modes of Use: The new technology expands the boundaries of ways to exploit quantum resources.  In addition to performing discrete optimization like its predecessor, firmware and software upgrades will make it easier to use the system for sampling applications.


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27 Surreal Places To Visit Before You Die, #Wallstreet #greed destroy our Earth

27 Surreal Places To Visit Before You Die, #Wallstreet #greed destroy our Earth | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
This is when a savings account would really come in handy. All travel destinations were suggested by these answers on Quora.
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Redrawing language map of #brain #science

Redrawing language map of #brain #science | Limitless learning Universe | Scoop.it
For 140 years, scientists' understanding of language comprehension in the brain came from individuals with stroke.
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