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Gary Vesperman's "Gallery of Clean Energy Inventions"

The Gallery of Clean Energy Inventions exhibits profiles of 21 Larger Generators, 34 Smaller Generators, 25 Advanced Self-Powered Electric Vehicle Innovations, 29 Radioactivity Neutralization Methods, 29 Space Travel Innovations, 20 Technical Solutions to Water Shortages, and a Torsion Field School Network. The exhibit also includes 41 movie posters and 82 colorful Hubble Space Telescope images. The exhibit can be installed in conventions, festivals, and any suitable public buildings such as universities, city halls, museums, shopping malls, and libraries.

Written by Robert A. Nelson, pfuqued by Inner Traditions Intl. :


The Great Book of Hemp: The Complete Guide to the Environmental, Commercial, and Medicinal Uses of the World’s Most Extraordinary Plant
by "Rowan Robinson" ( NOT )


Harvard Scientific Paper Details Entire Geo-Engineering Program Using Jet Aircraft

A recently published IOP Science paper by Harvard scientists Wake Smith and Gernot Wagner titled “Stratospheric Aerosol Injection Tactics and Costs in the First Fifteen Years of Deployment” is a collation of all the public research on Geoengineering and prescribes a program using high altitude aircraft to disperse chemicals in the stratosphere to reflect sunlight and curb global warming. Going into all the details that would constitute a Geoengineering program. This paper gives a rare insight into how such a thing would operate, how much it would cost and how many planes would be needed. Lending clues to those that want to estimate the size and scope of any possible ongoing Geoengineering that may be occurring over Western countries but is being kept classified...

Environmental Research Letters, Volume 13, Number 12
Stratospheric aerosol injection tactics and costs in the first 15 years of deployment
Wake Smith and Gernot Wagner
We review the capabilities and costs of various lofting methods intended to deliver sulfates into the lower stratosphere. We lay out a future solar geoengineering deployment scenario of halving the increase in anthropogenic radiative forcing beginning 15 years hence, by deploying material to altitudes as high as ~20 km. After surveying an exhaustive list of potential deployment techniques, we settle upon an aircraft-based delivery system. Unlike the one prior comprehensive study on the topic (McClellan et al 2012 Environ. Res. Lett. 7 034019), we conclude that no existing aircraft design—even with extensive modifications—can reasonably fulfill this mission. However, we also conclude that developing a new, purpose-built high-altitude tanker with substantial payload capabilities would neither be technologically difficult nor prohibitively expensive. We calculate early-year costs of ~$1500 ton-1 of material deployed, resulting in average costs of ~$2.25 billion yr-1 over the first 15 years of deployment. We further calculate the number of flights at ~4000 in year one, linearly increasing by ~4000 yr-1. We conclude by arguing that, while cheap, such an aircraft-based program would unlikely be a secret, given the need for thousands of flights annually by airliner-sized aircraft operating from an international array of bases.


Have we found the true cause of diabetes, stroke and Alzheimer's?
Debora MacKenzie

The diseases most people die of have been attributed to unhealthy lifestyles. But evidence now suggests bacteria are to blame, heralding a revolution in medicine

[ Excerpts ]
...The worst culprits, which seem to play a role in the widest range of ailments, are the bacteria that cause gum disease. This is the most widespread disease of ageing - in fact, "the most prevalent disease of mankind", says Maurizio Tonetti at the University of Hong Kong. In the US, 42 per cent of those aged 30 or above have gum disease, but that rises to 60 per cent in those 65 and older. It has been measured at 88 per cent in Germany...

Your mouth hosts more than 1000 species of bacteria, in a stable community where potential bad actors are kept in check by peaceful bacteria around them. Elsewhere in the body, including on the skin or the lining of the gut, communities of bacteria live on a continuous sheet of cells, where the outermost layer is constantly shed, getting rid of invasive bacteria. But your teeth can't cast off a layer like that, says Tonetti. There, the bacteria live on a hard surface, which pierces through the protective outer sheet of cells...

P. gingivalis may have a hand in it. It actually perpetuates inflammation by producing molecules that block some inflammatory processes, but not all of them, says Caroline Genco of Tufts University in Massachusetts. The resulting weakened inflammation never quite destroys the bacteria, but keeps trying, killing your own cells in the process. The debris is a feast for P. gingivalis, which, unlike most bacteria, needs to eat protein.

The destruction also liberates the iron that bacteria need and which the body therefore normally keeps locked up. "These bacteria manipulate their interaction with the host immune response to enhance their own survival," says George Hajishengallis at the University of Pennsylvania.

Gum control

Eventually, the infected tooth falls out - but long before that P. gingivalis escapes into the bloodstream. There your immune system makes antibodies against it, which usually defend us from germs. But P. gingivalis antibodies seem to be more a mark of its passing than protection. People with these antibodies are actually more likely to die in the next decade than those with none, and more likely to get rheumatoid arthritis or have a heart attack orstroke.

This could be because, once in the blood, P. gingivalis changes its surface proteins so it can hide inside white blood cells of the immune system, says Genco. It also enters cells lining arteries. It remains dormant in these locations, occasionally waking to invade a new cell, but otherwise remaining hidden from antibiotics and immune defences. However, even hunkered down within our cells, P. gingivalis continues to activate or block different immune signals, even changing a blood cell's gene expression to make it migrate to other sites of inflammation, where the bacteria can hop out and feast again.

One explanation for why gum disease makes you more likely to get conditions like diabetes and Alzheimer's disease is that it adds to your general "inflammatory load". But P. gingivalis may act more directly too: the bacteria have been detected in inflamed tissue in the brain, aorta, heart, liver, spleen, kidneys, joints and pancreas in mice and, in many cases, humans.

Master of concealment

If the bacterium Porphyromonas gingivalis is partly to blame for a wide range of inflammatory diseases such as Alzheimer's and heart disease, why not just kill it? Unfortunately, it is brilliant at dodging our defences: lurking inside cells where antibodies can't reach it, and often lying dormant, making it invisible to antibiotics, which mostly attack bacteria as they divide.

We could vaccinate against P. gingivalis, but vaccines work by inducing antibodies. People with gum disease already make antibodies against the bacteria, but these seem to do little to stop it.

It may be better to have the antibodies early and stop P. gingivalis invading our mouths when we are young. Eric Reynolds at the University of Melbourne is running a clinical trial of a vaccine that targets gingipains, the protein-digesting enzymes that P. gingivalis makes. Caroline Genco of Tufts University in Massachusetts is also working on an anti-gingipain vaccine. "The key is to prevent it ever colonising," she says.

The trouble is, many of us already host the bacteria. Routine gum abrasion, through eating or brushing your teeth, can release the microbes into your bloodstream, even if you don't have gum disease. There it can spread throughout the body and promote inflammation.

In studies by the company Cortexyme, antibiotics killed P. gingivalis in mice, but it rapidly became resistant. To limit resistance, instead of trying to kill the bacteria, it may be better to block its ability to cause disease. Cortexyme has a drug that does this by blocking gingipains. In mice, it reversed Alzheimer's-like brain damage without driving resistance in P. gingivalis, and in a small trial in humans it improved inflammation and some measures of cognition. A large trial is now under way.

But as all these diseases involve inflammation, why not just block that? If we did, it could leave you open to the germs that this immune response does fight off or block other vital things that immune signals do. That's why some companies are working on drugs to block only specific inflammatory signals. But tampering with our complex immune systems without doing damage - as P. gingivalis shows - will be a significant challenge...

Then, in January, teams at eight universities and the San Francisco company Cortexyme found a protein-digesting enzyme called gingipain, produced only by P. gingivalis, in 99 per cent of brain samples from people who died with Alzheimer's, at levels corresponding to the severity of the condition. They also found the bacteria in spinal fluid. Giving mice the bacteria caused symptoms of Alzheimer's, and blocking gingipains reversed the damage.

Moreover, half of the brain samples from people without Alzheimer's also had gingipain and amyloid, but at lower levels. That is as you would expect if P. gingivalis causes Alzheimer's, because damage can accumulate for 20 years before symptoms start. People who develop symptoms may be those who accumulate enough gingipain damage during their lifetimes, says Casey Lynch at Cortexyme...


Top 4 FAKE NEWS science websites are run by biotech clowns who promote chemical-laden food and toxic medicine as “safe and effective”


Posted by GreenMedInfo, the new video unleashes an array of shocking, true facts about vaccines and how they systematically damage the health of children.

PLoS One. 2013; 8(3): e58487.
doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0058487
The Dental Plaque Microbiome in Health and Disease
Scott N. Peterson, et al.
Dental decay is one of the most prevalent chronic diseases worldwide. A variety of factors, including microbial, genetic, immunological, behavioral and environmental, interact to contribute to dental caries onset and development. Previous studies focused on the microbial basis for dental caries have identified species associated with both dental health and disease. The purpose of the current study was to improve our knowledge of the microbial species involved in dental caries and health by performing a comprehensive 16S rDNA profiling of the dental plaque microbiome of both caries-free and caries-active subjects. Analysis of over 50,000 nearly full-length 16S rDNA clones allowed the identification of 1,372 operational taxonomic units (OTUs) in the dental plaque microbiome. Approximately half of the OTUs were common to both caries-free and caries-active microbiomes and present at similar abundance. The majority of differences in OTU’s reflected very low abundance phylotypes. This survey allowed us to define the population structure of the dental plaque microbiome and to identify the microbial signatures associated with dental health and disease. The deep profiling of dental plaque allowed the identification of 87 phylotypes that are over-represented in either caries-free or caries-active subjects. Among these signatures, those associated with dental health outnumbered those associated with dental caries by nearly two-fold. A comparison of this data to other published studies indicate significant heterogeneity in study outcomes and suggest that novel approaches may be required to further define the signatures of dental caries onset and progression...
Population Structure of the Dental Plaque Microbiota

The 1,372 OTUs observed corresponded to 205 named species and 44 genus level assignments (Figure S1). We observed two dominant species present in the dental plaque samples profiled here, S. mitis (25.5%) and S. sanguinis, (9.1%). There were 14 additional species present at abundance levels greater than 1% in the combined data. These included: Veillonella parvula (7.5%), Streptococcus oralis (6.1%), Neiserria subflava (3.0%), Gemella haemolysans (2.8%), Granulicatella elegans (2.6%), Streptococcus gordonii (2.6%), Abiotrophia defectiva (2.5%), S. cristatus (1.9%), C. gracilis (1.8%), C. showae (1.4%), S. infantis (1.3%), S. constellatus (1.3%), S. mutans (1.2%) and C. concisus (1.1%). This composition is consistent with data generated as part of the HMP consortium surveys [34]–[36]. Collectively, these 16 species comprise approximately 71% of the bacterial biomass of the dental plaque biofilms surveyed here. The biochemical flux occurring in dental biofilms is strongly influenced by the metabolic activities of these species. We examined an additional 129 OTUs representing moderately abundant OTUs (0.1–1%) and found that it reflected a similarly high representation of Streptococcus spp. and included a disproportionately large number of Proteobacteria, namely Neisseria spp. and Campylobacter spp. We observed ∼400 OTUs that we classify as low abundance phylotypes (0.01–0.1%). The remaining ∼800 OTUs observed represent very low abundance phylotypes, present at <0.01% of the total microbiome. ..

51,000 New Beehive Colonies with Amazing Invention
by John Vibes

In recent years, the world has finally begun to take notice of the drastically declining bee populations, and people are starting to understand the impact that this could have on the ecosystem.

Slowly, people who care are working to correct this problem with some inventive solutions.

The father-son duo behind the "Flow Hive" took notice of this problem over ten years ago, and worked tirelessly to make their honey business more friendly to the bees.

After roughly a decade of research, Stuart and Cedar Anderson released an Indiegogo-funded invention called "Flow Hive."

The idea behind their invention was to replicate a real beehive and harvest honey without causing any harm or posing any risk to the bees or their home.

Cedar Anderson is a third-generation beekeeper from Nimbin, Australia, and has been tinkering with beehives and the associated technology since he was a young child.

Cedar was inspired to create a harm free beehive after his brother was stung during the honey extraction process.

Eventually, once Cedar had a working prototype, he put a video online showing the prototype and explaining his idea, hoping to raise $70,000 for a tool that was needed for the factory.

However, much to the family's surprise, the IndieGoGo campaign raised over $2 million dollars in one day, and would go on to be the most successful campaign in the website's history, raising over $12 million in total.

In just a single day, the Anderson's lives were changed forever, and they were left with the monumental task of shipping out 24,000 orders to over 130 countries.

However, instead of just retiring and enjoying their riches, the Andersons have donated their profits towards a network of pollination projects that are working to protect wild habitats.

"We're proud to have donated 100% of profits from the sale of our Flow Pollinator House to nine local grassroots pollinator projects in Australia and the United States that are at work protecting wild habitats all around the world.

Pollinators need large areas of habitat to flourish - the more we can do to protect and conserve native habitats, the more opportunities these tiny environmental champions will have to do their important work," Cedar said.

As the video below shows, the Flow beehive is a game-changer in beekeeping:

Flow Hive 2 - New release pre-order now

This invention makes the process far more efficient for the beekeepers and much safer for the bees. Earlier this year, Truth Theory reported that actor Morgan Freeman turned his 124-acre ranch in Mississippi into a sanctuary for bees. Freeman said that the bees seem to appreciate his help. He has never been stung while working with the bees, and he doesn't even wear any protective gear.

Applicant(s):     FLOWBEE AUSTRALIA PTY LTD [AU] +
An artificial honeycomb for use in a beehive and which enables honey to be removed froth the honey-comb without removing the honeycomb from the hive; the honeycomb comprising cells and being formed of at least two parts which are moveable relative to each other between a cell formed position where the cells comprise side walls and an end wall to enable bees to fill the cell with honey, and a cell open position where at least some of the said walls have moved apart, whereby honey in the cells can be removed from the honeycomb by movement of the at least two parts to the cell open position

Moon Phase Calendar

There Is No Normal
JH Kunstler



"God Of Chaos" Asteroid Will Get Closer Than Orbiting Satellites In 2029, Researchers Warn Impact Would Be "Devastating For All Life"

It may be 10 years away, but NASA is already preparing for the arrival of what is being called the "God of Chaos" asteroid, which is slated to skim past the earth in 10 years, according to Express. The asteroid has been named 99942 Apophis.

The asteroid is gargantuan, measuring 340 meters across, and will come within 19,000 miles of the earth's surface. It’s one of the largest asteroids to ever pass so close to the earth and a collision with it could be "devastating for all life on earth". No word on whether or not it'll wipe out all student debt, however.

The asteroid will even get closer to the earth than most communication and weather satellites that are currently in orbit. These satellites are about 22,236 miles from earth....

Sir Martin Rees: Earth in its final century?

 In a taut soliloquy that takes us from the origins of the universe to the last days of a dying sun 6 billion years later, renowned cosmologist Sir Martin Rees explains why the 21st century is a pivotal moment in the history of humanity: the first time in history when we can materially change ourselves and our planet. Stunning imagery of cosmological wonders show us the universe as we know it now. Speaking as "a concerned member of the human race," Rees harkens to the wisdom of Einstein, calling for scientists to act as moral compasses, confronting the coming developments and ensuring our role in "the immense future."


Statistical Analysis of America's 8 Stage Decline Into Genocide
Dave Hodges

Click on a North American location for CWD news and information

State/ Province where CWD has been found in both wild and captive cervids


Catholic Cardinal: Western Civilization is Living Through Its “Mortal Hour”

The masses care only for “vulgar entertainments,” the elites care only for the “luxury of their daily lives”.

Catholic Cardinal Robert Sarah warns that western civilization is living through its “mortal hour” because the masses are anaesthetized by “vulgar entertainments” and the elites “care for nothing but increasing the luxury of their daily lives”...


Cardinal Francis Arinze: ‘Europeans Must Stop Encouraging the Migration of Africans’ -- “Africa needs them.”

Cardinal Francis Arinze has slammed left-wing religious leaders pushing mass migration, urging people in the west to encourage young Africans to stay in and improve their own countries.

86-year-old Arinze, who was one of the principal advisors to Pope John Paul II, told the Catholic Herald, “Europeans must stop encouraging the departure of young Africans. Africa needs them.”

Arinze said that African countries were being harmed because their young people are fleeing in droves.

“The best way that countries in Europe and America can help Africa is not by encouraging young people to come to Europe, making them think of Europe as a paradise – a place where money grows on trees – but helping countries where they come from,” he said, adding, “It’s better if someone stays in their own country and works there.”

The Cardinal asserted that African governments who allow such high emigration rates need to examine their consciences as to why this is being allowed to happen.

Arinze’s rhetoric is similar to that of Cardinal Robert Sarah, who is also black.

Last month, Sarah warned that western civilization is living through its “mortal hour” because the masses are anaesthetized by “vulgar entertainments” and the elites “care for nothing but increasing the luxury of their daily lives.”

Cardinal Sarah also previously cautioned that the “west will disappear” as a result of mass migration, adding that “Islam will invade the world” and “completely change culture, anthropology, and moral vision.”


Researchers Have Finally Found an Effective Treatment for Ebola

On August 9, a committee overseeing a clinical trial of four experimental therapeutics for Ebola determined that two relatively new antibody-based treatments were so effective that they would become the new standard of care. When these two treatments were administered within a day of infection, survival rates were around 90 percent. As the first Ebola trial to confirm a medical success, it’s a hopeful development. The Ebola virus, which hijacks the immune system and causes massive hemorrhaging, currently proves fatal for nearly 70 percent of patients.

“From now on, we will no longer say that Ebola is incurable,” Jean-Jacques Muyembe, a longtime Ebola researcher who now directs the D.R.C.’s National Institute of Biomedical Research, said in a conference call with reporters...



Remote Management of Biosystems by Bioholography with its Mastering the Wave Optics in Chromosomes as the Only Way of Stopping the Impending Genetic Collapse
Dr. Irene Caesar
The same gene is expressed in the functional individuals by metacentric chromosome, and in dysfunctional individuals via acrocentric chromosome. Metacentric chromosome differs from the acrocentric chromosome by its shape with the specific Wave Optics in the liquid crystal media. Metacentric chromosome is analogous to a well-centered and focused eye crystal, while acrocentric chromosome is analogous to a myopic or farsighted eye. Chromosome is a lens with refraction code for focusing genetic information. Thus, precision medicine is possible only via mastering Wave Optics in chromosomes (© Irene Caesar, Ph.D.). Any violation of Wave Optics in chromosomes causes sterility and genetic collapse via transgenic contamination. Universe is 93% energy, and 7% particles, as concentrated energy, including cells and molecules. This energy exists in nonlocal unique Wave Crystals (Bioholograms), which are the crystalline structures made by waves. All processes in genome, including RNA interference, RNA transcription and translation, DNA replication, etc., can be explained via biochemistry only for 7%. 93% of genomic processes can be explained only in terms of Bioholography with its wave superposition, with its destructive or constructive wave interference, wave reflection, scalar wave diffraction grating, and refraction towards Zero Center of Wave Crystal according to Geometrical Optics. Thus, precision medicine is possible only via mastering Bioholography. Any disregard for Bioholography causes degeneration and extinction of species. Implication of the Holographic Principle states that if the Universe is entirely in its every Matrix Point, then, every Matrix Point is not simply different from any other Matrix Point, but is unique. Thus, every Wave Matrix is both nonlocal and unique. If we have two copies of the same Wave Matrix, we can transmit information remotely and instantaneously between these two copies. Thus, precision medicine is possible only via mastering Biological Quantum Nonlocality, and remote management of Biosystems. Wave Genome LLC produces revolutionary chips, of electret nature, that are free of the limit in battery power, and limit in the size of conventional chips. These chips have their crystalline structure coded by laser on nanolevel, and used as tokens for the remote management of biosystems. I will introduce the protocol of creating the holographic signal which is capable of recording and transmitting the holographic information both locally and remotely.




Steven Crowder interviews Alex Jones about the bizarre conspiracy theories surrounding Jeffrey Epstein.

The Truth About Soy Boys
Paul Joseph Watson
Is soy food turning men into massive pussies?

henrymakow.com – Aug 19, 2019
“Jewish Privilege” = Monopoly on Speech

“It is impossible to understand the current wave of internet censorship unless we see it as a Jewish operation.” -E. Michael Jones

“Jewish Privilege today finds its primary expression in terms like “hate speech” and “anti-Semitism,” which have become weapons wielded to destroy people. The term “hate speech” is a creation of the Anti-Defamation League. Like the analogous term “anti-Semitism,” hate speech is any utterance Jews at organizations like the ADL find offensive.”
“Sixty years ago, Jewish activists like Leo Pfeffer claimed with a straight face that Jews favored free speech, and, indeed, they did then: they were in the forefront of undermining anti-obscenity and anti-abortion laws. Once the moral code was destroyed, social anarchy followed. A new code was imposed. Previously known as political correctness, it is now known by its opposite, namely, hate speech.”
(Note – E Michael Jones recently took down many of his videos after receiving two “warnings” from YouTube. They are now on his site.)

Fakest July On Record

Headlines all over the world are pronouncing that July was the "hottest on record." In this video I show that the claims are nothing but propaganda, and are based on fake data and junk science.


Stronger graphene oxide 'paper' made with weaker units
Counterintuitive discovery is likely applicable to other 2D materials

Want to make a super strong material from nano-scale building blocks? Start with the highest quality building blocks, right?

Wrong -- at least when working with "flakes" of graphene oxide (GO).

A new study from Northwestern University researchers shows that better GO "paper" can be made by mixing strong, solid GO flakes with weak, porous GO flakes. The finding will aid the production of higher quality GO materials, and it sheds light on a general problem in materials engineering: how to build a nano-scale material into a macroscopic material without losing its desirable properties...

When a solution of GO flakes is poured onto a filter and the water removed, a thin "paper" is formed, usually a few inches in diameter with a thickness less than or equal to 40 micrometers. Intermolecular forces hold the flakes together, nothing more.

Strength from weakness

Scientists can make strong GO in single layers but layering the flakes into a paper form doesn't work too well. While testing the effect of holes on the strength of GO flakes, Huang and his collaborators discovered a solution.

Using a mixture of ammonia and hydrogen peroxide, the researchers chemically "etched" holes in the GO flakes. Flakes left soaking for one to three hours were drastically weaker than un-etched flakes. After five hours of soaking, flakes became so weak they couldn't be measured.

Then, the team found something surprising: Paper made from the weakened flakes was stronger than expected. At the single layer level, one-hour-etched porous flakes, for example, were 70 percent weaker than solid flakes, but paper made from those flakes was only 10 percent weaker than paper made from solid flakes.

Things got even more interesting when the team mixed solid and porous flakes together, Huang said. Instead of weakening the paper made solely from solid flakes, the addition of 10 or 25 percent of the weakest flakes strengthened it by about 95 and 70 percent, respectively...

Nature Communications volume 10, Article number: 3677 (2019)
Stiffening of graphene oxide films by soft porous sheets
Lily Mao, et al.
Graphene oxide (GO) sheets have been used as a model system to study how the mechanical properties of two-dimensional building blocks scale to their bulk form, such as paper-like, lamellar-structured thin films. Here, we report that the modulus of multilayer GO films can be significantly enhanced if some of the sheets are drastically weakened by introducing in-plane porosity. Nanometer-sized pores are introduced in GO sheets by chemical etching. Membrane-deflection measurements at the single-layer level show that the sheets are drastically weakened as the in-plane porosity increases. However, the mechanical properties of the corresponding multilayer films are much less sensitive to porosity. Surprisingly, the co-assembly of pristine and etched GO sheets yields even stiffer films than those made from pristine sheets alone. This is attributed to the more compliant nature of the soft porous sheets, which act as a binder to improve interlayer packing and load transfer in the multilayer films.


Methods for reshaping graphene oxide sheet-containing structures using water are provided. Graphene oxide sheet-containing structures can be reshaped by applying a force to a graphene oxide sheet-containing structure, wherein the force changes the initial shape of the structure to a new shape. While the force is still acting on the graphene oxide sheet-containing structure, liquid water is applied to the structure to dissipate stress induced by the force and the structure is then dried. When the force is removed, the graphene oxide sheet-containing structure remains fixed in the new shape.

Forgive him, Allah -- he's a daacha dupe and knows not what the fuq. Likewise for all his soulless fag-macho peers :


Philadelphia: Maurice Hill, who wounded six cops in shootout, is devout Muslim who attended jihadi mosque


New ORGAN found just beneath the skin may be responsible for certain types of pain

 A previously unknown sensory organ that detects dangerous environmental stimuli may be responsible for certain types of pain, according to scientists who discovered the organ lurking beneath the skin’s top layer.

The meshlike organ senses pressure, pricking, and other mechanical discomfort caused by environmental factors, scientists at Sweden’s Karolinska Institutet have found. Made up of a network of specialized glial cells called Schwann cells, which are found near nerves and were not previously known to be involved in pain sensation, the structure lurks just beneath the skin’s surface, extending filament-like protrusions into its outermost layer. The researchers published their discovery in Science on Thursday, giving the structure the less-than-glamorous name of nociceptive glio-neural complex (NGNC).

The NGNC forms a unique, intricately-connected network with nearby nerve cells all over the body, leading the researchers to argue that it should be officially designated an organ. Certainly it upends prior models of pain sensation which pinpointed its origins in nociceptive fibers – individual “naked” nerve endings which terminate in the skin. While both systems transmit pain in the form of electrical impulses back to the brain, the similarities end there.

“Our study shows that sensitivity to pain does not occur only in the skin’s nerve [fibers], but also in this recently discovered pain-sensitive organ,” study author Patrik Ernfors said in a press release accompanying the study.

Researchers used gene editing to deactivate the specialized Schwann cells in mice, observing that they became much less sensitive to mechanical pain, while their reaction to extreme heat and cold remained the same. And while they acknowledge that the organ’s presence in humans hasn’t been confirmed through experimentation yet, mice and humans have all other sensory systems in common, so it’s a relatively safe bet we have the same glial networks lurking beneath our skin, causing us to cry out in pain when we stub our toes.

The researchers next hope to study the exact mechanism by which the cells are activated by pain, down to the activation of proteins in response to mechanical stimulation. They see their discovery as bringing hope for the treatment of chronic pain, a debilitating condition that remains poorly understood.

The NGNC wouldn’t be the first new organ to turn up in the human body in recent years. Another previously-unknown structure called the interstitium was discovered last year after long going unnoticed because in dead tissue – the kind usually examined under a microscope – it collapses to near-invisibility. We don’t know our bodies as well as we think.


What Is the Interstitium? Scientists 'Discover New Organ'

The interstitium, the shock-absorbing tissue underneath the skin, gut and blood vessels, has been identified as an organ for the first time according to a new study.

Researchers think the layers of the body previously believed to be dense, connective tissues are in fact interconnected compartments filled with fluid. According to the team co-led by New York University's (NYU) School of Medicine, the interstitium is an organ in its own right and one of the largest in the body. If the research, published in the journal Scientific Reports, is widely accepted, the interstitium could be regarded as the body's 80th organ.

Supported by a mesh of strong and flexible connective tissue proteins, the interstitium protects the organs, muscles and vessels that keep our bodies alive by absorbing bumps and shocks.

The scientists behind the research hope that the discovery will help determine why cancer that affects this area of the body becomes more likely to metastasize. It could be because the fluid in the interstitium drains into the lymphatic system, which plays a vital role in the immune system...

According to the team, the spaces that make up the interstitium were missed because scientists have relied on fixed tissue on microscope slides to study the human anatomy. The process of preparing tissue for examination involves draining away fluid and dyeing it, causing the meshwork to flatten like a pancake...

An incredible act of selfless courage :


Police Officers Spray Fake Blood on themselves during Philadelphia Shooting


Greta Thunberg – Patron Saint of the Age of Stupidity

My first question would be: what is a 16-year old autistic school drop-out who has done nothing of note in her life other regurgitate climate propaganda doing on the cover of a men’s magazine?

Call me naive but I thought the point of men’s magazines was to write about stuff that men might find interesting: dodging snipers’ bullets in war zones; free-diving with great white sharks; playing Scrabble with the Medellin cartel; where to track down the coolest leather jacket under £1,000; strafing a remote baboon colony in a Mig-25 Foxbat; the quest for the world’s purest MDMA.

Sure, girls have a place in this universe: as decoration and objects of lust. But spooky Greta with her pigtails and thousand-yard stare of disapproval is not only far too young to qualify for that status but far too earnest and grim.

And boring. What kind of man would be remotely interested in buying a mag whose main feature entailed a finger-wagging lecture (one we’ve all heard a gazillion times before) about how, like, totally endangered the planet is and how totally it’s all our fault and how we’ve got to abandon all the things we hold dear — meat; air travel; fast cars; designer threads — in order to stop all the baby polar bears melting?

A lecture, furthermore, from a child who hasn’t finished her schooling, whose frontal lobes haven’t formed, who has no sense of humour, whose every utterance is the second-hand opinion of alarmist grown-ups whose doomsday claims she is completely unequipped to assess?

No kind of man that I know of, that’s for sure. Unless you count tofu-eating, milquetoast, pantywaist, beta, snowflake, self-flagellating, Mom’s-basement-dwelling, environmental science graduates as men.

Which I’m not sure I do — and  they probably wouldn’t identify as men, anyway, so I don’t think I’m being judgemental here. I’d hate to be judgemental because that would be wrong.

But my second and more important question would be: why are so many adults who really should know better by dint of their age and experience hurrying to prostrate themselves before this pigtailed school drop out as if she were the new Messiah?

It’s not merely weird. It’s a form of mass hysteria — with potentially hugely dangerous consequences for the planet because, bizarre though it may seem, lots of adults in positions of power and influence seem determined to use St Greta of Thunberg’s vacuous sloganeering as justification for dismantling Western Industrial Civilisation...

Google Document Dump

Below is an index of internal Google documents Project Veritas received from the Google insider. Each folder can be downloaded by clicking on the links in the table. Project Veritas has not re-named any of the files, but did arrange the documents into the downloadable folders below.
Censorship /Politics / Fake News / Hiring Practices / Leadership Training / Machine Learning Fairness / Partisanship /     Psychological Research / Everything.zip ( 300 MB ) / Misc and Video


Predictive Linguistics is dead!

The concept of Predictive linguistics, that is, that one may be able to develop algorithms to process data retreived from the internet in quantity such that prescient wording might be revealed thus yeilding a description of the developing future, was born out of the first years of the internet being released into humanity's grasp. Predictive linguisitics grew from the exposure of any and all of us on the internet in those early, heady, days, to completely unrestricted human expression. There were no rules. It was real 'free speech'. The totally uncontrolled, even reactive nature of human conversation during those years brought out the idea of "predictive linguisitics".

The years since have seen the rise of 'politically correct culture' which has forced a period of self-censorship on language resulting in first years of trying to constantly correct my algorithms for the change in the nature of public discourse, and then finally, in these last 4 years with the rise of the social media censorship, a finality to the working practice of predictive linguistics.

With my gradual understanding of the nature of the change of language in the public domain within which my software was operating and the constraints i was working under, i also came to the awareness that the 'future impressions' or 'psychic prescience' that i had been able to locate for those brief years by software mining of language, are still there, now locked, within our collective human psyche. The primary effect of the imposed censorship, both by the PC culture, and the corporate social media owners, will, in my opinion, result in all the effects of 'stifling' as we have seen in past cultural cul-de-sacs, which is to say, increasingly aberrant behavior, both in individuals, and collective humanity.

Coincident with my realization that language was being squeezed into a narrow constrained box that was forcing out the predictive leaks within normal speech, i reached several fulcrum points within my life such that i am at peace with the situation. It was a good run while it lasted. i learned much from both the discovery, and its application, and defense over the years. It is not my intent to attempt to ressurect the fight against the current trends. Free speech will return, and with it, at some point, the ability to once again, mine language effectively for the psychic leaks that dribble out of all of us.

My contented state now is also shaped by having pursued this work since 1993. Twenty-six years is enough. Now onto the new work that universe will provide. Thank you for your support over these past decades in the exploration of predictive linguisitics. Even the critics of the idea (not so many these days) were helpful in its progress.

The History of the World: Every Year

Data Visualization
Histomap: Visualizing the 4,000 Year History of Global Power

Volume 35, ISSUE 1, P17-32.e6, January 14, 2019

Gain Fat—Lose Metastasis: Converting Invasive Breast Cancer Cells into Adipocytes Inhibits Cancer Metastasis
Dana Ishay-Ronen, et al.

EMT-derived breast cancer cells can differentiate into post-mitotic adipocytes
Adipogenesis disconnects cancer cells from an invasive and oncogenic phenotype
EMT/MET transcription factors and TGF-ß signaling regulate cancer adipogenesis
Adipogenesis-inducing drug combinations repress metastasis in preclinical models

Cancer cell plasticity facilitates the development of therapy resistance and malignant progression. De-differentiation processes, such as an epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT), are known to enhance cellular plasticity. Here, we demonstrate that cancer cell plasticity can be exploited therapeutically by forcing the trans-differentiation of EMT-derived breast cancer cells into post-mitotic and functional adipocytes. Delineation of the molecular pathways underlying such trans-differentiation has motivated a combination therapy with MEK inhibitors and the anti-diabetic drug Rosiglitazone in various mouse models of murine and human breast cancer in vivo. This combination therapy provokes the conversion of invasive and disseminating cancer cells into post-mitotic adipocytes leading to the repression of primary tumor invasion and metastasis formation.


Drone  Video - Epstein Island & bloody bed w/ Bill C.'s wet spot


 Scientists Just Developed an Unnerving Method For Selecting The Sex of Mouse Sperm

...Until now we thought that the sperm were pretty much identical, except for the DNA that they carry.

But while studying the differences between X and Y sperm in mice, the Hiroshima University team found that there were around 500 genes active in X sperm that aren't in Y.

That's not super important by itself, but 18 of those genes code for proteins that stick out on the surface of the cell. They homed in on two particular receptors – called Toll-like receptors 7 and 8 on the surface of X sperm.

Using a chemical called resiquimod to bind to the receptors and slow the swimming of the X sperm, they were then able to separate the Y and X sperm with surprising accuracy.

When the researchers used resiquimod, and then used the fastest swimmers to fertilise some mice, the litters ended up being 90 percent male; when the slowest swimmers were used, the mouse babies were 81 percent female....


Activation of Toll-like receptor 7/8 encoded by the X chromosome alters sperm motility and provides a novel simple technology for sexing sperm
 Takashi Umehara, Natsumi Tsujita, Masayuki Shimada
In most mammals, the male to female sex ratio of offspring is about 50% because half of the sperm contain either the Y chromosome or X chromosome. In mice, the Y chromosome encodes fewer than 700 genes, whereas the X chromosome encodes over 3,000 genes. Although overall gene expression is lower in sperm than in somatic cells, transcription is activated selectively in round spermatids. By regulating the expression of specific genes, we hypothesized that the X chromosome might exert functional differences in sperm that are usually masked during fertilization. In this study, we found that Toll-like receptors 7/8 (TLR7/8) coding the X chromosome were expressed by approximately 50% of the round spermatids in testis and in approximately 50% of the epididymal sperm. Especially, TLR7 was localized to the tail, and TLR8 was localized to the midpiece. Ligand activation of TLR7/8 selectively suppressed the mobility of the X chromosome–bearing sperm (X-sperm) but not the Y-sperm without altering sperm viability or acrosome formation. The difference in sperm motility allowed for the separation of Y-sperm from X-sperm. Following in vitro fertilization using the ligand-selected high-mobility sperm, 90% of the embryos were XY male. Likewise, 83% of the pups obtained following embryo transfer were XY males. Conversely, the TLR7/8-activated, slow mobility sperm produced embryos and pups that were 81% XX females. Therefore, the functional differences between Y-sperm and X-sperm motility were revealed and related to different gene expression patterns, specifically TLR7/8 on X-sperm.

NanoCopper Preparation

Three-step reduction method preparation process for nanocopper

The invention relates to a three-step reduction method preparation process for nanocopper. The preparation process comprises the following steps: 1, preparing copper sulfate solution, potassium hydroxide solution, ascorbic acid, formaldehyde solution and potassium borohydride solution; 2, single-step reduction: ascorbic acid solution is dropwise added into the copper sulfate solution while stirring is carried out; 3, two-step reduction: the formaldehyde solution is added; 4, three-step reduction: the potassium hydroxide solution is added, the pH value of the solution is adjusted to 9-13, the potassium borohydride solution is dropwise added and is stirred until sediment is completely generated, and copper powder is obtained by filtration; 5; cleaning and drying the copper powder to obtain 300-800 nm nanocopper. By means of three reduction reagents, and according to the reducibility difference of the reduction reagents, the reduction reagents are added into the dissolvable copper sulfate solution in sequence to prepare the nanocopper, and the nanocopper is thinner in grain size, smaller in distribution range and more uniform.

Method for preparing hexagonal nanocopper particles by utilizing ionothermal synthesis

It is an object of the present invention to provide a method for preparing hexagonal nano-copper particles by ion thermal method, which involves simple equipment and processes, and does not require control during the reaction...

Embodiment 1

(1) 4 g of ammonium bromide, 4 g of succinic acid and 3 g of copper nitrate are weighed together and thoroughly ground to a dark green transparent state; (2) The above mixture was placed in a cleaned lining of tetrafluoroethylene, and 15 ml of hydrazine hydrate was added at a density of 1.03 g/cm < 3 >;  (3) The PTFE inner liner is placed in a stainless steel reaction vessel and tightened, and the reaction kettle is placed in a resistance furnace set at a temperature of 120 ° C for 8 hours; (4) After the above reaction is completed, it is cooled to room temperature, the reaction kettle is taken out, and the reaction product is washed three times with each of alcohol and deionized water; (5) The obtained product was dried under vacuum at 60 ° C to give dark red copper particles.

THIS IS UNBELIEVABLE: Reacting to Democratic Socialist Convention
Comments ---
All these people had to climb out of their mothers' basement to attend this convention...Jizzhands.
who got a group of people from a mental hospital together and let them have a convention
Lenin and Trotsky would have executed every single one of them.
This is hilarious. A room full of narcissist's pretending to care about each other.
"Grandad tell me the story again about how your body odour defeated the socialist revolution of 2020"
The only thing good about Communism is that it kills off other communists
"We have a lot of disabled comrades."
"Don't trigger my anxiety. You won't like it when I get anxious." - The Incredible Sulk


Understanding the genes that make our circadian clocks tick

Expose The Enemy

Expose The Enemy aim to do exactly what the name suggests. This platform has been created  by independent veteran researchers who wish to share their valuable work with the world.


Bronx Doctors Say Man Discovered With ‘Exceedingly Rare’ Condition, His Penis Is Turning Into Bone.."

"...An extensive, plaque-like calcification along the expected distribution of the penis

August 10, 2019
The Survival of the Fittest
Paul Craig Roberts

CJ Hopkins doesn’t say it, but he shows that within all of the Western countries in which the white core populations are experiencing fierce attack from anti-white ideologues in the media and governments that rule them, there is unity of voice from the media that “Trump is a White Supremacist who inspires Terrorism.”  https://off-guardian.org/2019/08/08/the-war-on-white-supremacist-terror/

This unity of voice is suspicious as there are many different possible explanations of the El Paso shooting. The unity of voice is so uniform—in some cases identical phrasing—and so repetitive that it certainly looks like an orchestration against Trump and raises suspicions that the shooting itself was an orchestration.

The question naturally arises, to achieve such an uniformity of response from the Western world, who organized it?  How was the explanation that blames Trump ready at hand all over the US, UK, Europe, Canada and Australia, the minute the shooting occurred? Does it remind you of the BBC announcing the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 a half hour before it occurred?

Anytime an explanation is ready at hand the minute an event occurs, the natural question is who had advance information? If there is advance information, where did it come from? Why did not authorities with their advanced information prevent the attack?Why after “Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction,” “Iranian nukes,” “Russian invasions,” “Assad’s use of chemical weapons,” etc., do media organizations continue to provide unexamined explanations? Why did the media suppress the shooter’s manifesto?  Because it did not support the story line and attack on Trump?

As the presstitutes speak with one voice, little wonder that some of the few and diminishing number of Americans still capable of thought conclude that the El Paso shooting was an orchestrated event designed to discredit Trump and to abolish the 2nd Amendment.  We have long known about CIA mind control programs.  Many experts believe that Sirhan Sirhan, the alleged assassin of Robert Kennedy, was a product of the CIA’s mind control program.

As the US government has lied to us about so much for so long about so many big events, we have no alternative but to question everything. But the presstitutes never do.  Russiagate was a politically motivated hoax, but the presstitutes had one voice proclaiming the truth of a hoax.The American people have been misled by the media and gone along with Washington’s destruction of entire countries, such as Iraq and Libya, with millions of people killed, maimed, widowed, orphaned, and displaced, based on Washington’s lies and fabricated “evidence.”  If we cannot believe the reasons that the government takes us to war, how can we believe anything we hear from media and politicians?

The media and Democratic Party’s response to the El Paso tragedy make the facts irrelevant. The controlled explanation wraps people up in emotions over guns and Trump’s wall.  The dead in El Paso are portrayed as Trump’s fault for being a White Supremacist and enforcing US law, which specifies border controls.  Only White Supremacists kill people and build walls, unless they are Israelis, but we are not permitted to say anything about that.

By law the US has borders that the law demands be enforced. If immigrants can simply walk across the border, why can’t they fly into the country or come by ships?  What is the point of passport control?  Indeed, what’s the point of passports?  The concept of citizenship simply disappears.

US borders have always been enforced.  Badly no doubt, but enforced.  Trump is simply trying to do a better job of enforcing the law than has been done in the past.

If the US would simply stop overthrowing reformist governments in Latin America, the resources of those countries would be taken out of foreign hands and be put to work for the local people, which is what Venezuela is doing much to the chagrin of American oil companies.  The last time Honduras elected a reformer, America’s first black president—Obama—overthrew him.  Brazil’s Workers Party was destroyed with the US-orchestrated imprisonment of its leader, Lula da Silva, and removal from office of his successor. In their place Washington has installed a corrupt agent of the Americans.  Oppression is applied to the supporters among the people of reformist politicians to ensure that voting ceases to put reformers in power.  As General Smedley Butler said, “I was the enforcer in Latin America for the New York Banks and the United Fruit Company.” Perhaps it is poetic justice that the peoples whose resources are carted off to America decide to go with the resources. 

If the Democrats want open borders, why don’t they draft legislation and fight for its passage?  Why blame Trump for enforcing the laws on the books?

The El Paso shooting has been turned not only into an attack on President Trump but also into an attack on white people.  Suddenly the “Muslim terrorist threat” has disappeared.  Its replacement is the domestic terrorist threat of “white supremacy.” The attack on whites is indiscriminate. The attack on Trump extends to all of the Americans who elected him—“Trump deplorables”—in Hillary’s words.  All whites become “racists” and are covered in guilt.

The anti-white propaganda is effective. Actress Rosanna Arquette said that her white skin makes her ashamed.  The success in teaching emotionally and mentally weak white people to feel guilt is to make it easier for those who wish to displace them to run over them.  And most definitely, the core white populations of the Western world are being overrun. 

As white populations have become too brainwashed and loaded with guilt to defend themselves, perhaps the Social Darwinists were correct after all.  The fit survive, and white people are no longer among the fit.

CNN former host Reza Aslan, now a professor at the University of California, tweeted: “The President is a white nationalist terror leader. His supporters—ALL OF THEM—are by definition white nationalist terror supporters.  The MAGA hat is a KKK hood.  And this evil, racist scourge must be eradicated from society.”

How can it be that Trump wanting to enforce US law inspires a person to shoot Hispanics, but Aslan’s call to eradicate all Trump supporters doesn’t inspire a person to attack Trump supporters? Why wasn’t Aslan disciplined by the University of California for his hate speech?  Why wasn’t he blocked by Twitter? 

How can NBC Universal’s film, “The Hunt,” produced by Jason Blum, a Jew, depict liberal elites hunting and killing “Trump deplorables” for sport and escape the charge of hate speech and encouraging deadly violence against half of the US population?  http://www.yourdestinationnow.com/2019/08/nbc-universal-were-not-canceling.html 

NBC Universal refuses to stop release of the hate movie.

If wanting to build a wall to keep out illegal immigrants encourages Americans to shoot Hispanics, how much violence is encouraged by a movie in which Trump supporters are hunted and shot? There is scant complaint about Israel’s wall that keeps Palestinians out of their own country. Try to imagine someone making a film about hunting Jews for sport and calling it a satire.

Clearly in the Western media and US Democratic Party it is open season on all white people.  The most intense hatred is expressed against them—even calls for their extermination—and it doesn’t qualify as hate speech or encouraging violence.

The hatred and demonization of white people in America is no different from the propaganda against Jews in the Third Reich.  Yet not a single member of the Democratic Party or American print, TV, and NPR radio protests.

That fact tells us all we need to know.  If white people don’t get organized and defend themselves there is likely to be a white holocaust.

All dupe state fake flag massacres are Your fault !


Anomaly? Dayton Shooter Connor D. Betts Seems to have DIED in Connecticut in 2014
&c., &c., &c...

Euripides : "Whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad."

Nelson : "Whom I would enlighten, is first maddened."
God : "It's your fault."


McAfee Offers Latest Advice For Coming Civil War: "Arm Yourselves To The Fu*king Teeth"


The Grass GESTAPO Is Out of Control: 30K in Fines and Potential Foreclosure for a Too-Long Lawn

Got Karrick Low Temperature Carbonization ?


Time Is Almost Up For U.S. Shale





Pervasive Upper Mantle Melting beneath the WesternUS
Saswata Hier-Majumdera,, Benoit Tauzinb
We report from converted seismic waves,a pervasive seismically anomalous layer above the transition zone beneath the western US. The layer, characterized by an average shear wave speed reduction of1.6%, spans over an area of~1.8×106km2with thicknesses varying between 25 to 70 km. The location of the layer correlates with the present location of a segment of the Farallon plate. This spatial correlation and the sharp seismic signal atop of the layer indicate that the layer is caused by compositional heterogeneity. Analysis of the seismic signature reveals that the compositional heterogeneity can beascribed to a small volume of partial melt (0.5±0.2vol% on average). Thisarticle presents the first high resolution map of the melt present within the layer. Despite spatial variations in temperature, the calculated melt volume fraction correlates strongly with the amplitude of P-S conversion throughout the region. Comparing the values of temperature calculatedfrom the seis-mic signal with available petrological constraints, we infer that melting in...

Dark Matter is Brahma's Wet Spot from YesterNow :

Dark matter may be older than the Big Bang

Dark matter, which researchers believe make up about 80% of the universe's mass, is one of the most elusive mysteries in modern physics. What exactly it is and how it came to be is a mystery, but a new Johns Hopkins University study now suggests that dark matter may have existed before the Big Bang.

The study, published August 7 in Physical Review Letters, presents a new idea of how dark matter was born and how to identify it with astronomical observations.

"The study revealed a new connection between particle physics and astronomy. If dark matter consists of new particles that were born before the Big Bang, they affect the way galaxies are distributed in the sky in a unique way. This connection may be used to reveal their identity and make conclusions about the times before the Big Bang too," says Tommi Tenkanen, a postdoctoral fellow in Physics and Astronomy at the Johns Hopkins University and the study's author.

While not much is known about its origins, astronomers have shown that dark matter plays a crucial role in the formation of galaxies and galaxy clusters. Though not directly observable, scientists know dark matter exists by its gravitation effects on how visible matter moves and is distributed in space.

For a long time, researchers believed that dark matter must be a leftover substance from the Big Bang. Researchers have long sought this kind of dark matter, but so far all experimental searches have been unsuccessful.

"If dark matter were truly a remnant of the Big Bang, then in many cases researchers should have seen a direct signal of dark matter in different particle physics experiments already," says Tenkanen.

Using a new, simple mathematical framework, the study shows that dark matter may have been produced before the Big Bang during an era known as the cosmic inflation when space was expanding very rapidly. The rapid expansion is believed to lead to copious production of certain types of particles called scalars. So far, only one scalar particle has been discovered, the famous Higgs boson.

"We do not know what dark matter is, but if it has anything to do with any scalar particles, it may be older than the Big Bang. With the proposed mathematical scenario, we don't have to assume new types of interactions between visible and dark matter beyond gravity, which we already know is there," explains Tenkanen.

While the idea that dark matter existed before the Big Bang is not new, other theorists have not been able to come up with calculations that support the idea. The new study shows that researchers have always overlooked the simplest possible mathematical scenario for dark matter's origins, he says.

The new study also suggests a way to test the origin of dark matter by observing the signatures dark matter leaves on the distribution of matter in the universe.

"While this type of dark matter is too elusive to be found in particle experiments, it can reveal its presence in astronomical observations. We will soon learn more about the origin of dark matter when the Euclid satellite is launched in 2022. It's going to be very exciting to see what it will reveal about dark matter and if its findings can be used to peek into the times before the Big Bang."

Scientists create the world's thinnest gold
Scientists at the University of Leeds have created a new form of gold which is just two atoms thick -- the thinnest unsupported gold ever created.

The researchers measured the thickness of the gold to be 0.47 nanometres -- that is one million times thinner than a human finger nail. The material is regarded as 2D because it comprises just two layers of atoms sitting on top of one another. All atoms are surface atoms -- there are no 'bulk' atoms hidden beneath the surface...

Laboratory tests show that the ultra-thin gold is 10 times more efficient as a catalytic substrate than the currently used gold nanoparticles, which are 3D materials with the majority of atoms residing in the bulk rather than at the surface...

Advanced Science, 2019; 1900911 DOI: 10.1002/advs.201900911
Sub-Nanometer Thick Gold Nanosheets as Highly Efficient Catalysts.
Sunjie Ye, et al.
2D metal nanomaterials offer exciting prospects in terms of their properties and functions. However, the ambient aqueous synthesis of atomically-thin, 2D metallic nanomaterials represents a significant challenge. Herein, freestanding and atomically-thin gold nanosheets with a thickness of only 0.47 nm (two atomic layers thick) are synthesized via a one-step aqueous approach at 20 °C, using methyl orange as a confining agent. Owing to the high surface-area-to-volume ratio, abundance of unsaturated atoms exposed on the surface and large interfacial areas arising from their ultrathin 2D nature, the as-prepared Au nanosheets demonstrate excellent catalysis performance in the model reaction of 4-nitrophenol reduction, and remarkable peroxidase-mimicking activity, which enables a highly sensitive colorimetric sensing of H2O2 with a detection limit of 0.11 × 10-6 m. This work represents the first fabrication of freestanding 2D gold with a sub-nanometer thickness, opens up an innovative pathway toward atomically-thin metal nanomaterials that can serve as model systems for inspiring fundamental advances in materials science, and holds potential across a wide region of applications...

In this communication, we report a facile synthetic strategy based on the use of methyl orange (MO) to prepare atomically-thin gold nanosheets (termed gold nanoseaweed, because of its morphology, color, and aqueous growth). The obtained gold nanoseaweeds (AuNSWs) exhibit high efficiency as heterogeneous nanocatalysts and peroxidase-mimicking nanoenzymes.

For the synthesis of Au nanoseaweed, aqueous solutions of HAuCl4 and Na3C6H5O7 (sodium citrate, SC) were sequentially added into an aqueous solution of MO (0.21 × 10-3 m) at 20 °C. The resultant solution was kept undisturbed at this temperature for 12 h (see Figure 1a and the Supporting Information). The reaction products were collected by centrifugation, and then washed several times with Milli-Q water until the supernatant was colorless. The centrifuged pellet was readily re-dispersed in Milli-Q water for further characterization...

Therefore, we propose that the production of AuNSWs includes the following steps: 1) The affinity between Au (III) and aromatic rings36, 37 leads the gold precursor HAuCl4 to be associated with MO molecules, and subsequently reduced by SC to generate primary Au nucleus; 2) Growth of primary nucleus into Au nanoflakes of small lateral size, as confined by MO molecules; 3) Selective oriented attachment of small Au nanoflakes onto the side facets to minimize their high surface energy.38, 39 The resultant larger-sized nanoflakes would serve as new nuclei for further 2D attachment of freshly-produced Au nanoflakes (or Au atoms), following a diffusion-limited aggregation pathway, gradually evolving into AuNSWs with the observed fractal dimension. An in-depth comprehension of the formation mechanism, in particular the role of MO, deserves further investigation. Nevertheless, sub-nanometer thick Au nanosheets can be readily prepared via our MO-assisted strategy...

Data associated with "Sub-Nanometer Thick Gold Nanosheets as Highly-efficient Catalysts"



Zyklon B Was Used In Homes Across America To Fumigate Bugs In The 1930s - But How Could That Be Possible?
By Jeff Rense From An Online Friend

Here is one of the most amazing ads from a 1930 American newspaper... How could this be possible? Zyklon B was being used to commonly fumigate homes ten years before World War 2 and the legendary 'holocaust'.


Crowning achievement: Scientists may have unlocked secret to regrowing lost teeth

 UK molecular biologists claim to have pinpointed the gene responsible for tooth regeneration in mice, paving the way for immense breakthroughs in the field of human regenerative medicine.

The team of researchers, led by Dr Bing Hu from the University of Plymouth’s Peninsula Dental School, studied the genes and signaling molecules responsible for the regeneration of teeth in mice and think they may have cracked how to regrow teeth entirely in the “natural way.”

Teeth are comprised of dead enamel combined with living parts like dentin, pulp, and nerve tissue.

Stem cells can be developed into specialized regenerative cell types, including teeth cells, and the team believe they have pinpointed a specific gene, called DLK1, which enhances stem cell activation and tissue regeneration.

These particular cells contribute to the formation of tooth dentin which makes up the majority of a tooth’s body.

Success in animals doesn’t necessarily mean we’ll be regrowing damaged teeth any time soon, as the regulatory approval process could take years, but it is a highly-promising development in the field of regenerative medicine, says Dr Hu.

“So far, these are all laboratory experiments, and we will have to do a lot of work before we can apply similar methods to treat a person. On the other hand, we can already say that this is a big breakthrough in regenerative medicine, which will radically change the life of patients in the near future the future,” Hu added.

When fully developed and realized, such stem cell treatments could one day provide a novel solution to tooth repair, trauma treatment, and tackling tooth decay.


A new method of tooth repair? Scientists uncover mechanisms to inform future treatment

The study showed that a gene called Dlk1 enhances stem cell activation and tissue regeneration in tooth healing

Stem cells hold the key to wound healing, as they develop into specialised cell types throughout the body -- including in teeth
Now an international team of researchers has found a mechanism that could offer a potential novel solution to tooth repair.
Published today (Friday 9 August) in Nature Communications, the study showed that a gene called Dlk1 enhances stem cell activation and tissue regeneration in tooth healing.
The work was led by Dr Bing Hu from the University of Plymouth's Peninsula Dental School, with collaboration from researchers worldwide.

The science behind the discovery

Dr Hu and his team discovered a new population of mesenchymal stem cells (the stem cells that make up skeletal tissue such as muscle and bone) in a continuously growing mouse incisor model. They showed that these cells contribute to the formation of tooth dentin, the hard tissue that covers the main body of a tooth.

Importantly, the work showed that when these stem cells are activated, they then send signals back to the mother cells of the tissue to control the number of cells produced, through a molecular gene called Dlk1. This paper is the first to show that Dlk1 is vital for this process to work.

In the same report, the researchers also proved that Dlk1 can enhance stem cell activation and tissue regeneration in a tooth wound healing model. This mechanism could provide a novel solution for tooth reparation, dealing with problems such as tooth decay and crumbling (known as caries) and trauma treatment.

Further studies need to take place to validate the findings for clinical applications, in order to ascertain the appropriate treatment duration and dose, but these early steps in an animal model are exciting, as Dr Hu explains.

What the authors say
Dr Hu, who is also part of the University's Institute of Translational and Stratified Medicine (ITSMed), said: "Stem cells are so important, as, in the future, they could be used by laboratories to regenerate tissues that have been damaged or lost due to disease -- so it's vital to understand how they work.

"By uncovering both the new stem cells that make the main body of a tooth and establishing their vital use of Dlk1 in regenerating the tissue, we have taken major steps in understanding stem cell regeneration.

"The work has taken place in lab models at this stage, and further work needs to be done before we can bring them in to human use. But it's a really big breakthrough in regenerative medicine that could have huge implications for patients in future."

Professor Christopher Tredwin, Head of Peninsula Dental School and co-author of the paper, said: "We are highly excited by the recent progresses in Dr Bing Hu's group. This new work, together with a recent high-impact paper published in The EMBO Journal (doi: 10.15252/embj.201899845), which is about another type of stem cells in the tooth: epithelial stem cells, puts Plymouth at the front of the world's dental and craniofacial stem cell research and regenerative medicine. We expect those researchers will soon provide dental patients better time and cost-effective solutions to serious tooth problems -- from trauma to caries."

Nature Communicationsvolume 10, Article number: 3596 (2019)
DOI: 10.1038/s41467-019-11611-0
Transit amplifying cells coordinate mouse incisor mesenchymal stem cell activation
Jemma Victoria Walker, et al.
Stem cells (SCs) receive inductive cues from the surrounding microenvironment and cells. Limited molecular evidence has connected tissue-specific mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) with mesenchymal transit amplifying cells (MTACs). Using mouse incisor as the model, we discover a population of MSCs neibouring to the MTACs and epithelial SCs. With Notch signaling as the key regulator, we disclose molecular proof and lineage tracing evidence showing the distinct MSCs contribute to incisor MTACs and the other mesenchymal cell lineages. MTACs can feedback and regulate the homeostasis and activation of CL-MSCs through Delta-like 1 homolog (Dlk1), which balances MSCs-MTACs number and the lineage differentiation. Dlk1’s function on SCs priming and self-renewal depends on its biological forms and its gene expression is under dynamic epigenetic control. Our findings can be validated in clinical samples and applied to accelerate tooth wound healing, providing an intriguing insight of how to direct SCs towards tissue regeneration.

All DIrections Flying Object (c) ADIFO, 2019

Massive Fukushima Extinction Level Event Underway --

Enormous Losses Of Insects And Animals From Fukushima...And GeoEngineering Worldwide /// Shocker - West Coast Tide Pools Before & After Fukushima /// Insect Collapse - 'We Are Destroying Our Life Support Systems' /// The Insect Apocalypse In Here /// A giant insect ecosystem is collapsing due to humans. It's a catastrophe /// We've Been Warning For Years, Fukushima Radiation Has Destroyed 75% Of The North American Insects /// Fukushima Radiation - Plummeting Insect Populations Could Ravage Life On Earth /// Massive (Fukushima) Die-Offs Around The World 86% Of ALL Insects In German Parks Gone /// Catastrophic Losses Of Northern Hemisphere Insects /// Vanishing Insects & Birds...Real And Widespread /// Scientists Warn Of ‘Ecological Armageddon' /// Catastrophic Photos Showing The Almost Complete Extinction Of Bugs Documented During 6 Las Vegas To LA Round Trips Over 3 Months And 4,000 Miles...And Not One Car Wash... &c.

Wear magnetite-rubber clothes, and run away !!!

 KILLER HEAT:  Micro-Wave Frequencies From Wireless Technologies to Cause DEATH by TECH

Cooking Humanity with Microwaves a Lethal Invisible Weapon 
The Layered Frequencies of Death  and the Final Touch of Being 5-G'ed to DEATH

Obviously, we are not told the TRUTH about the real intention of the massive increase of deadly military frequencies into our environment - an invisible silent weapon to KILL. We are sold a LIE that we will get faster downloads, better security, enable smart city growth, and how this advanced tech is good for us.
Good for business - yes the controllers business of massive population reductions.

The rise in temperature is not at all surprising with the massive increase in Densification of frequencies increased by 5G mimo and micro sites. Keep in mind the foundation of the smart city is built upon the 5G deployment. AI is the brains of smart cities.

The Controllers are building smart cities, which are gas chambers, with the excitation of the air which will be so noxious we can't breath - called air pollution.

The Densification of deadly frequencies will cremate our bodies. Disposing of the corpses with the cremation frequencies causes dustification = cremation.

No need for cattle trucks, barbed wire fencing, burials or guards. The final solution plans that they used once before made it difficult to dispose of the bodies on such a scale, and that proved problematic.

The Climate Action Plans are the plans of Genocide that have "already" been adopted in YOUR communities, everywhere. We have been warning of these plans for a very long time.

The Climate Action Plans specify massive reduction of resources - including people,
and all else that is living.

Our survival has been determined by someone else! This is certainly NOT what we ever imagined would be the outcome for humanity and all living things..


Microwave radiation causes the symptoms to people that this report has identified.
This document will not tell you that the deadly heat events are Microwave Energy Warfare Technologies that are mico-waving us to DEATH.
Union of Concerned Scientists Report - "Killer Heat in the United States: The Future of Dangerously Hot Days", July 16,2019



Meteor EXPLOSION on Jupiter captured in rare footage



THINK ABOUT IT…ONLY 1% of the U.S. population is Muslim, but 20% of U.S. prison inmates are Muslims

ScienceDaily, 5 August 2019.
"In the future, this electricity-free tech could help cool buildings in metropolitan areas."
Engineers have designed a new system that can help cool buildings in crowded metropolitan areas without consuming electricity, an important innovation at a time when cities are working to adapt to climate change.

The system consists of a special material -- an inexpensive polymer/aluminum film -- that's installed inside a box at the bottom of a specially designed solar "shelter." The film helps to keep its surroundings cool by absorbing heat from the air inside the box and transmitting that energy through the Earth's atmosphere into outer space. The shelter serves a dual purpose, helping to block incoming sunlight, while also beaming thermal radiation emitted from the film into the sky.

"The polymer stays cool as it dissipates heat through thermal radiation, and can then cool down the environment," says co-first author Lyu Zhou, a PhD candidate in electrical engineering in the University at Buffalo School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. "This is called radiative or passive cooling, and it's very interesting because it does not consume electricity -- it won't need a battery or other electricity source to realize cooling."

"One of the innovations of our system is the ability to purposefully direct thermal emissions toward the sky," says lead researcher Qiaoqiang Gan, PhD, UB associate professor of electrical engineering. "Normally, thermal emissions travel in all directions. We have found a way to beam the emissions in a narrow direction. This enables the system to be more effective in urban environments, where there are tall buildings on all sides. We use low-cost, commercially available materials, and find that they perform very well."

Taken together, the shelter-and-box system the engineers designed measures about 18 inches tall (45.72 centimeters), 10 inches wide and 10 inches long (25.4 centimeters). To cool a building, numerous units of the system would need to be installed to cover a roof.

The research will be published on Aug. 5 in Nature Sustainability. The study was an international collaboration between Gan's group at UB, Boon Ooi's group at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia, and Zongfu Yu's group at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Along with Zhou, co-first authors are Haomin Song, PhD, UB assistant professor of research in electrical engineering, and Jianwei Liang at KAUST. The study was funded in part by the National Science Foundation.

A system that works during the day and in crowded environments

The new passive cooling system addresses an important problem in the field: How radiative cooling can work during the day and in crowded urban areas.

"During the night, radiative cooling is easy because we don't have solar input, so thermal emissions just go out and we realize radiative cooling easily," Song says. "But daytime cooling is a challenge because the sun is shining. In this situation, you need to find strategies to prevent rooftops from heating up. You also need to find emissive materials that don't absorb solar energy. Our system address these challenges."

When placed outside during the day, the heat-emanating film and solar shelter helped reduce the temperature of a small, enclosed space by a maximum of about 6 degrees Celsius (11 degrees Fahrenheit). At night, that figure rose to about 11 degrees Celsius (about 20 degrees Fahrenheit).

How innovative architecture can drive radiative cooling

The new radiative cooling system incorporates a number of optically interesting design features.

One of the central components is the polymer/metal film, which is made from a sheet of aluminum coated with a clear polymer called polydimethylsiloxane. The aluminum reflects sunlight, while the polymer absorbs and dissipates heat from the surrounding air. Engineers placed the material at the bottom of a foam box and erected a solar "shelter" atop the box, using a solar energy-absorbing material to construct four outward-slanting walls, along with an inverted square cone within those walls.

This architecture serves a dual purpose: First, it helps to sponge up sunlight. Second, the shape of the walls and cone direct heat emitted by the film toward the sky.

"If you look at the headlight of your car, it has a certain structure that allows it to direct the light in a certain direction," Gan says. "We follow this kind of a design. The structure of our beam-shaping system increases our access to the sky. The ability to direct the emissions improves the performance of the system in crowded areas."

System and method for solar vapor evaporation and condensation
A solar vapor generator system and method are provided. In some embodiments, the system has near perfect energy conversion efficiency in the process of solar vapor generation below room temperature. Remarkably, when the operation temperature of the system is below that of the surroundings, the total vapor generation will be higher than the upper limit that can be produced by the input solar energy.


French Inventor Hoverboards Across the English Channel, Manages Not to Crash This Time
Alyse Stanley

Les images du vol de Francky Zapata au-dessus de la Manche


Yes, the jet-powered hoverboard is real, and yes, the creator has crashed it


A  personal propulsion device, including a platform, first and second sensors coupled to the platform to measure at least one of a force or pressure exerted by first and second feet; a first thrust system coupled to the platform to provide thrust in a first direction; a second thrust system coupled to the platform to provide thrust in a second direction that is substantially perpendicular to the first direction; and a controller configured to (i) calculate a difference between a measurement by the first sensor and a measurement by the second sensor, and (ii) adjust an output of the second thrust system based at least in part on the calculated difference.


Your Sugar-Free Drink Isn't Healthy For Consumption, As New Research Exposes Major Flaws

If you love drinking sugary drinks, you should definitely read this. The artificial sweetener that's used to add flavour to the diet drinks and sugar-free products isn't safe for consumption.

According to a study in Archives of Public Health by the University of Sussex, the reassurance that was given in 2013 stating that aspartame is safe for consumption by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) consists of considerable flaws.

The new study has revealed that EFSA completely disregarded the results of every single one of the 73 studies (out of 154)  that said aspartame consumption is harmful, stating it was unreliable.

Since 1974, aspartame (or Nutrasweet as it is commonly known) which is seen in sugar-free products like sodas, gums etc,  is known to cause damage to brain, lung and liver cancer, brain lesions and neuroendocrine disorders...

via https://revolution-green.com
New approach could make HVAC heat exchangers five times better

Turbulent heat exchangers are widely used in HVAC systems around the world, and a new study demonstrates a simple modification that can improve their capability by 500%

Researchers from Tsinghua University and Brown University have discovered a simple way to give a major boost to turbulent heat exchange, a method of heat transport widely used in heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems...

In 2015, Sun had the idea to use an organic component known as hydrofluoroether or HFE to speed the cycling of heat inside this kind of exchanger. HFE is sometimes used as the sole fluid in heat exchangers, but Sun suspected that it might have more interesting properties as an additive in water-based systems. Working with the study’s co-first author Ziqi Wang, Mathai and Sun experimented with adding small amounts of HFE and, after three years of work, were able to maximize its effectiveness in speeding heat exchange. The team showed that concentrations of around 1% HFE created dramatic heat flux enhancements up to 500%...

Nature Communicationsvolume 10, Article number: 3333 (2019) |
Self-sustained biphasic catalytic particle turbulence
Ziqi Wang, Varghese Mathai & Chao Sun

Turbulence is known for its ability to vigorously mix fluid and transport heat. Despite over a century of research for enhancing heat transport, few have exceeded the inherent limits posed by turbulent-mixing. Here we have conceptualized a kind of “active particle” turbulence, which far exceeds the limits of classical thermal turbulence. By adding a minute concentration (?v?~?1%) of a heavy liquid (hydrofluoroether) to a water-based turbulent convection system, a remarkably efficient biphasic dynamics is born, which supersedes turbulent heat transport by up to 500%. The system operates on a self-sustained dynamically equilibrated cycle of a “catalyst-like” species, and exploits several heat-carrier agents including pseudo-turbulence, latent heat and bidirectional wake capture. We find that the heat transfer enhancement is dominated by the kinematics of the active elements and their induced-agitation. The present finding opens the door towards the establishment of tunable, ultra-high efficiency heat transfer/mixing systems.


M6.3 Quake Strikes off Japan Coast; Shakes Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Site

A Magnitude 6.3 earthquake has struck in the Pacific Ocean just off the coast of Fukushima, Japan.  The strong quake shook the already damaged Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster Site, where three reactors melted-down and exploded in March 2011.

Significant additional damage has reportedly taken place at Reactor building #2 which remains off-limits to humans because radiation levels inside that building as so high, they would kill a human after only a few minutes exposure.

Bees dying under 5G poles


Japan has NO vaccine mandates, yet achieves the HEALTHIEST children in the world

Vaccinate the Mosquitoi !!!


The Florida Department of Health in Orange County released a public advisory warning that the mosquito-borne, brain-infecting Eastern equine encephalitis virus (EEEV) infection has been found in the area.


Neck hammock

William R. CORLISS


Anomalies in Geology. Physical, Chemical, Biological : A Catalog of Geological Anomalies

Biological Anomalies: Mammals II. A Catalog of Biological Anomalies

Biological Anomalies: Mammals I. A Catalog of Biological Anomalies

Incredible Life: A Handbook of Biological Mysteries

Handbook of Unusual Natural Phenomena


How much glyphosate is really in your beer? Health Ranger tests 26 popular beers in science lab to reveal surprising answer


Allergan’s Textured Breast Implants Associated with Cancer

The FDA called on Allergan to pull certain textured breast implants from the U.S. market due to the risk of breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL)...

Newly released data show that 573 cases of breast implant-associated ALCL have been reported worldwide, 116 new cases since the FDA’s last update in March. Of these, 481 cases of ALCL were linked with Allergan’s implants...


Controlling Air Flow Will Help Usher in the Next Generation of High-Speed Helicopters
Rensselaer researchers are working on multiple developments that will increase helicopter speed
By Torie Wells



Magician's stealth shark suit makes him invisible to great whites

How this stealth suit makes you 'invisible' to sharks

Moronic Extinctionalist Queers have the Sexual IQ of a 1-Second Old Fetus:


Elementary Teacher Torments School Children for Questioning LGBT Propaganda

Two ten-year-old students dared to criticise LGBT material in school. The head teacher yelled at the children, calling them a "disappointment to the school". She then interrogated them in separate rooms and kept them in isolation for five hours before allowing them to go home in tears. Both children were expelled...


Madagascar spider silk 10 times stronger than Kevlar
Protein discovery has implications for biomechanics and manufacturing.
by Barry Keily

...Darwin’s bark spider, however, takes tensile strength an entirely new level. Its dragline silk – the type that forms the energy-absorbing primary spokes of the orb-web – is twice as strong as that of any other silk thus far tested, and an astonishing 10 times stronger than Kevlar.

This property was long ago noticed by researchers in the field of biomechanical design, but the exact biological processes that result in the super-strong fibre remained a mystery.

Now, however, scientists led by Jessica Garb from the University of Massachusetts Lowell in the US might have found the answer. In a paper published in the journal Communications Biology, they report that the silk is the result of “a suite of novel traits from the level of genes to spinning physiology to silk biomechanics”.

When Garb and colleagues analysed the structure of bark spider dragline silk they made an unexpected discovery. All orb spiders produce silk containing two distinct sets of repetitive proteins, called spindroins, known as MaSp1 and MaSp2. The number of repeats, and the ratio between the two types, govern the properties of the various types of silk each spider produces.

The dragline silk of Darwin’s bark spider, however, contains a third spindroin, which the researchers dubbed MaSp4a. This protein set lacks some of the components of the other two, but is unusually rich in a type of amino acid called proline, which is associated with elasticity.

This, the researchers suggest, “may in part explain the greater extensibility and toughness” of the fibre...

Communications Biologyvolume 2, Article number: 275 (2019)

The transcriptome of Darwin’s bark spider silk glands predicts proteins contributing to dragline silk toughness
Jessica E. Garb, et al.
Darwin’s bark spider (Caerostris darwini) produces giant orb webs from dragline silk that can be twice as tough as other silks, making it the toughest biological material. This extreme toughness comes from increased extensibility relative to other draglines. We show C. darwini dragline-producing major ampullate (MA) glands highly express a novel silk gene transcript (MaSp4) encoding a protein that diverges markedly from closely related proteins and contains abundant proline, known to confer silk extensibility, in a unique GPGPQ amino acid motif. This suggests C. darwini evolved distinct proteins that may have increased its dragline’s toughness, enabling giant webs. Caerostris darwini’s MA spinning ducts also appear unusually long, potentially facilitating alignment of silk proteins into extremely tough fibers. Thus, a suite of novel traits from the level of genes to spinning physiology to silk biomechanics are associated with the unique ecology of Darwin’s bark spider, presenting innovative designs for engineering biomaterials.

New cause of cell aging discovered

Findings have huge implications for cancer and age-related health conditions

New research from the USC Viterbi School of Engineering could be key to our understanding of how the aging process works. The findings potentially pave the way for better cancer treatments and revolutionary new drugs that could vastly improve human health in the twilight years.

The work, from Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science Nick Graham and his team in collaboration with Scott Fraser, Provost Professor of Biological Sciences and Biomedical Engineering, and Pin Wang, Zohrab A. Kaprielian Fellow in Engineering, was recently published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry.

"To drink from the fountain of youth, you have to figure out where the fountain of youth is, and understand what the fountain of youth is doing," Graham said. "We're doing the opposite; we're trying to study the reasons cells age, so that we might be able to design treatments for better aging."

What causes cells to age?
To achieve this, lead author Alireza Delfarah, a graduate student in the Graham lab, focused on senescence, a natural process in which cells permanently stop creating new cells. This process is one of the key causes of age-related decline, manifesting in diseases such as arthritis, osteoporosis and heart disease.

"Senescent cells are effectively the opposite of stem cells, which have an unlimited potential for self-renewal or division," Delfarah said. "Senescent cells can never divide again. It's an irreversible state of cell cycle arrest."

The research team discovered that the aging, senescent cells stopped producing a class of chemicals called nucleotides, which are the building blocks of DNA. When they took young cells and forced them to stop producing nucleotides, they became senescent, or aged.

"This means that the production of nucleotides is essential to keep cells young," Delfarah said. "It also means that if we could prevent cells from losing nucleotide synthesis, the cells might age more slowly."

Graham's team examined young cells that were proliferating robustly and fed them molecules labeled with stable isotopes of carbon, in order to trace how the nutrients consumed by a cell were processed into different biochemical pathways.

Scott Fraser and his lab worked with the research team to develop 3D imagery of the results. The images unexpectedly revealed that senescent cells often have two nuclei, and that they do not synthesize DNA.

Before now, senescence has primarily been studied in cells known as fibroblasts, the most common cells that comprised the connective tissue in animals. Graham's team is instead focusing on how senescence occurs in epithelial cells, the cells that line the surfaces of the organs and structures in the body and the type of cells in which most cancers arise.

Graham said that senescence is most widely known as the body's protective barrier against cancer: When cells sustain damage that could be at risk of developing into cancer, they enter into senescence and stop proliferating so that the cancer does not develop and spread.

"Sometimes people talk about senescence as a double-edged sword, that it protects against cancer, and that's a good thing," Graham said. "But then it also promotes aging and diseases like diabetes, cardiac dysfunction or atherosclerosis and general tissue dysfunction," he said.

Graham said the goal was not to completely prevent senescence, because that might unleash cancer cells.

"But then on the other hand, we would like to find a way to remove senescent cells to promote healthy aging and better function," he said.

Graham said that the team's research has applications in the emerging field of senolytics, the development of drugs that may be able to eliminate aging cells. He said that human clinical trials are still in early stages, but studies with mice have shown that by eliminating senescent cells, mice age better, with a more productive life span.

"They can take a mouse that's aging and diminishing in function, treat it with senolytic drugs to eliminate the senescent cells, and the mouse is rejuvenated. If anything, it's these senolytic drugs that are the fountain of youth," Graham said.

He added that in order for successful senolytic drugs to be designed, it was important to identify what is unique about senescent cells, so that drugs won't affect the normal, non-senescent cells.

"That's where we're coming in -- studying senescent cell metabolism and trying to figure out how the senescent cells are unique, so that you could design targeted therapeutics around these metabolic pathways," Graham said.

Why do Cells Age and Die?

USC Viterbi School of Engineering Professor Nicholas Graham discusses his lab’s recent research on the metabolism of senescence and the implications for aging and cancer.

Patents for Senolytics



Technology to Inhibit Progression of Neovascularization and Vaso-Obliteration / US2019151337










Pharmaceutical Products and Drug Combinations for Treating Atherosclerosis by Stabilizing Atherosclerotic Plaques and Promoting Plaque Regression / US2019000846






Micro-naps for plants: Flicking the lights on and off can save energy without hurting indoor agriculture harvests

Environmental and Experimental Botany, Volume 166, October 2019, 103803
ShiweiSong, et al.
Energy requirements limit sustainable crop growth in closed controlled environments...Seedling performance is identical under 12?h or 5?s light/dark cycles... Extending the dark interval does not affect some traits until after 10?s... Persistent response is triggered by far-red and blue light acting through phyA and cry1, respectively... Extending the dark interval in a short pulse environment may cut energy costs.

There is substantial interest in growing crops in closed controlled environments, yet the energy requirements are high. Energy is required to produce light, but also to remove the heat generated when producing light. The goal of the current work examines a possible approach to decrease the energy requirement. The effect of pulsed light treatments was examined by monitoring seedling traits during early photomorphogenic development. Daily light integral remained unchanged between treatments, but the frequency of the pulses was varied. Developmental traits (such as inhibition of hypocotyl elongation rate) were most conspicuous during a normal photoperiod, as in twelve hours light, twelve hours darkness. Consistent with historical reports, when treatments were delivered in shorter durations (e.g. 1?h on/off) photomorphogenic development was hindered with the same daily light integral. However, at even shorter light intervals (e.g. seconds) seedlings developed as if they were provided full 12?h treatments. Extension of the dark period following a 5?s pulse was tested to determine the effect on seedling traits. The results showed that the dark period could be extended to at least 10?s without affecting seedling development, and extension to 20?s only had slight effects on seedling traits. The mechanism of the phenomenon was examined in Arabidopsisthaliana photosensory mutants, and showed substantial contributions from the phyA and cry1 pathways. The results suggest that pulsed light with extended dark periods can decrease energy input by at least 30% to >50% without affecting visible seedling traits. These pilot experiments in seedlings demonstrate that implementation of short-interval, pulsed-light strategies may lower energy requirements for growing crops in artificially illuminated environments.


Unsettling animation reveals the immense power of California's Ridgecrest earthquake as it shattered the desert floor

Satellite images offer a dramatic view of the power of the magnitude 7.1 quake...  The images show 'the scale of movement and the permanency of movement'.. The Ridgecrest earthquake was the biggest hit California in two decades... These clear images show the scars along the surface of the Mojave Desert

Hydrogen, as you’ve never seen it. Finding the art in the Periodic Table.

Scientists from Slovenia have discovered a new kind of matter

Researchers of the Jožef Stefan Institute, led by prof. dr. Dragan Mihailovic discovered an entirely new type of substance that can not be understood by current physics. During experiments aimed at the creation of
new forms of quantum materials in tough disruptive conditions in the tantalum disulfide crystal, they generated an unusually dense amorphous electronic substance with short laser beams, in which, due to interaction, electrons become jammed. The discovery is fundamentally important as it opens up a new field, and its understanding is a new major challenge for today's quantum physics. The research was carried out entirely on a special low-temperature microscope with four peaks at the Jožef Stefan Institute, which is unique in the world. On July 15, 2019, the prestigious science magazine Nature Materials reported the discovery.

Nature Materials (2019)
Quantum jamming transition to a correlated electron glass in 1T-TaS2
Yaroslav A. Gerasimenko, et al.
Distinct many-body states may be created under non-equilibrium conditions through different ordering paths, even when their constituents are subjected to the same fundamental interactions. The phase-transition mechanism to such states remains poorly understood. Here, we show that controlled optical or electromagnetic perturbations can lead to an amorphous metastable state of strongly correlated electrons in a quasi-two-dimensional dichalcogenide. Scanning tunnelling microscopy reveals a hyperuniform pattern of localized charges, whereas multitip surface nanoscale conductivity measurements and tunnelling spectroscopy show an electronically gapless conducting state that is different from conventional Coulomb glasses and many-body localized systems. The state is stable up to room temperature and shows no signs of either local charge order or phase separation. The mechanism for its formation is attributed to a dynamical localization of electrons through mutual interactions. Theoretical calculations confirm the correlations between localized charges to be crucial for the state’s unusual stability.

[ Not to mention THC... ]


MDMA Shown to Help Alcoholics Shake Addiction in New Study

...In a recent study conducted by researchers at Imperial College London, four alcoholics were given MDMA to assist in therapy sessions, and all four of them stopped drinking after the 8-week trial...


First study of safety and tolerability of 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)-assisted psychotherapy in patients with alcohol use disorder: preliminary data on the first four participants
Ben Sessa, Chloe Sakal, Steve O’Brien and David Nutt

[ 8 ; GMO / 9 : Organic ]


Food PLU Codes

...if you see 84011, for example, than your bananas have been genetically modified...
Organic – five numbers in the PLU, starting with the number 9

So if you’re worried about the safety of your family and the planet, organic foods are a great option. Organic foods aren’t treated with chemical pesticides and fertilizers and often have higher nutrition levels. Not sure if a piece of produce is organic?

If you look at the PLU code once again, you’ll see the four digits identifying the item plus the number 9 at the beginning. So for instance, organic bananas should be labelled 94011...

High efficiency Lifter based on the Biefeld-Brown effect


Google: The Monster That Has To Be Destroyed

Some 5G Info Links
Activist Post 5G Archives

5G Beware

Wireless Information Network

Americans for Responsible Technology


5G Information

Shadow Government Statistics
Analysis Behind and Beyond Government Economic Reporting


Hydrophilic disc uses solar power to separate salt from water
by Nick Lavars

Current approaches to water desalination are tremendously expensive and energy-intensive, so the search is very much on for new technologies that can get the job done more efficiently. Scientists in Melbourne have put forward one rather promising solution, developing a new kind of system that heats up and purifies water using only the power of the Sun.

The device was developed by scientists at Australia's Monash University, who say that water treatment accounts for around three percent of the world's energy supply. Like other researchers around the globe, they have turned to sunlight to try and lighten the load, this time directing it toward what is known as a solar steam generator.

In simple terms, these devices concentrate sunlight onto a body of water, heating it up and causing it to evaporate. The resulting steam can then be used to drive turbines that produce electricity in concentrated solar power plants, perhaps sterilize medical equipment cheaply for the developing world, or simply to separate salt from water.

But one problem with the lattermost application is that the salt tends to gather on the surface of the material, which makes it difficult to produce pure water. The Monash University researchers worked around this problem with an intricately designed solar steam generator that prevents the salt from spoiling the broth.

It consists of a disc crafted from super-hydrophilic filter paper, a material that attracts water, which is coated with a layer of carbon nanotubes that convert sunlight into heat. Water is fed into the center of the disc via a simple cotton thread, where the heat turns it into steam that builds up on the disc while pushing the salt to the edge.

In this way, the device removes almost 100 percent of salt from the water, a level that leader of the team Professor Xiwang Zhang assures us is "high enough for practical applications." The salts that accumulate at the edges, meanwhile, can also be harvested for use.

Zhang and his team tested out the device using salty water from a bay in South Australia, and found that it absorbed 94 percent of the light across the solar spectrum. It worked whether wet or dry, with light exposure heating up the device from 25 to 50° C (77 to 122° F) when dry and from 17.5 to 30° C (63.5 to 86° F) when wet, within just one minute.

"This device can produce six to eight liters (1.6 to 2.1 gal) of clean water per square meter (of surface area) per day," Zhang tells New Atlas. "We are working to further improve the water production rate."

Zhang and his colleagues hope that with further work, the device could be put to use providing clean water to remote communities that are currently without access. But its value mightn't end there. The technology could be used in other areas where more efficient water purification methods might come in handy, such as mining and wastewater treatment.

We hope this research can be the starting point for further research in energy-passive ways of providing clean and safe water to millions of people, illuminating environmental impact of waste and recovering resource from waste," says Zhang.

The research was published in the journal Energy & Environmental Science, while the video below shows the device in use.


Spatially isolating salt crystallisation from water evaporation for continuous solar steam generation and salt harvesting
Yun Xia, et al.
As a low-cost green technology, solar steam generation using nanostructured photothermal materials has been drawing increasing attention in various applications, e.g. seawater desalination, and zero liquid discharge of industrial wastewater. However, the crystallisation of salts on the surface of photothermal materials during steam generation leads to a gradual decline in the water evaporation rate. Herein, this challenge was overcome by a novel design involving controlled water transport, edge-preferential crystallisation and gravity-assisted salt harvesting. The crystallisation sites of the salt were spatially isolated from the water evaporation surface, achieving continuous steam generation and salt harvesting in over 600 hours of non-stop operation. The study provides new insights into the design of solar steam generators and advances their applications in sustainable seawater desalination and wastewater management.


Water solutions without a grain of salt
24 July 2019
Monash University researchers have developed technology that can deliver clean water to thousands of communities worldwide.

Supplementary Video 6

Inventor: WANG PENG [SA] SHI YIFENG [SA]    
A solar-powered system including a chamber (202) that is bordered by an evaporation layer (206) and a condensation layer (208); and a photothermal layer (210) located over the evaporation layer (206) so that sun rays incident on the photothermal layer (210) are transformed into heat and the heat is supplied to the evaporation layer (206) for evaporating water. The sun rays incident on the photothermal layer (210) do not pass through the condensation layer (208) prior to arriving at the photothermal layer.

A solar-powered system (200) includes a support portion (201A); and an evaporation portion (201B) having a pumping layer (212) and a photothermal layer (214). The support portion (201A) pumps a fluid (222) to the evaporation portion (201B), the pumping layer (212) evaporates the fluid (222) based on solar power; and the photothermal layer (214) is insulated from the pumping layer (212).


Fmr. Merck Scientist Explains Why He Doesn’t Vaccinate His Children
by Brian Shilhavy

Del Bigtree, producer of the film VAXXED, and host of the weekly show HighWire, interviewed Jorge Araujo, a scientist who worked for the pharmaceutical company Merck as a lead supervisor on vaccine sterile quality.

Araujo’s wife is a nurse, and they didn’t even question the science behind vaccines until they were expecting their first child, when Araujo’s wife began asking him questions about vaccines.

Araujo relates that as he began to ask questions about vaccine efficacy and safety, the answers were not there. His research showed him that the robust science and quality controls present in regular drug manufacturing did not seem to be present with vaccine manufacturing.

So he and his wife decided not to vaccinate their children, and today they are all “super healthy.”...

YouTube Rules !!! Victory is at hand !!!


YouTube Terminates Account of Sacramento Family Fighting Verizon 5G Small Cell Tower Installed Next to Children’s Bedroom


Solargaps smart solar blinds power your household devices

...the solargaps smart blinds turn automatically throughout the day to collect the maximum amount of energy from the sun. one square meter of the blinds produces up to 100 watts of electricity when placed on the exterior of glass windows, meaning that a standard 2 M window provides enough energy to charge up a laptop. solargaps invisions that a large office building covered in solar blinds would be able to run completely off the grid. ...


In a Lab Accident, Scientists Create the First-Ever Permanently Magnetic Liquid
By Yasemin Saplakoglu

or the first time, scientists have created a permanently magnetic liquid. These liquid droplets can morph into various shapes and be externally manipulated to move around, according to a new study.

We typically imagine magnets as being solid, said senior author Thomas Russell, a distinguished professor of polymer science and engineering at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. But now we know that "we can make magnets that are liquid and they could conform to different shapes — and the shapes are really up to you."

The liquid droplets can change shape from a sphere to a cylinder to a pancake, he told Live Science. "We can [even] make it look like a sea urchin if we wanted." [

 Russell and his team created these liquid magnets by accident while experimenting with 3D printing liquids at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (where Russell is also a visiting faculty scientist). The goal was to create materials that are solid but have characteristics of liquids for various energy applications.

One day, postdoctoral student and lead author Xubo Liu noticed 3D-printed material, made from magnetized particles called iron-oxides, spinning around in unison on a magnetic stir plate. So when the team realized the entire construct, not just the particles, had become magnetic, they decided to investigate further.

Using a technique to 3D-print liquids, the scientists created millimeter-size droplets from water, oil and iron-oxides. The liquid droplets keep their shape because some of the iron-oxide particles bind with surfactants — substances that reduce the surface tension of a liquid. The surfactants create a film around the liquid water, with some iron-oxide particles creating part of the filmy barrier, and the rest of the particles enclosed inside, Russell said.

The team then placed the millimeter-size droplets near a magnetic coil to magnetize them. But when they took the magnetic coil away, the droplets demonstrated an unseen behavior in liquids — they remained magnetized. (Magnetic liquids called ferrofluids do exist, but these liquids are only magnetized when in the presence of a magnetic field.)

 When those droplets approached a magnetic field, the tiny iron-oxide particles all aligned in the same direction. And once they removed the magnetic field, the iron-oxide particles bound to the surfactant in the film were so jam-packed that they couldn't move and so remained aligned. But those free-floating inside the droplet also remained aligned.

The scientists don't fully understand how these particles hold onto the field, Russell said. Once they figure that out, there are many potential applications. For example, Russell imagines printing a cylinder with a non-magnetic middle and two magnetic caps. "The two ends would come together like a horseshoe magnet," and be used as a mini "grabber," he said.

In an even more bizarre application, imagine a mini liquid person — a smaller-scale version of the liquid T-1000 from the second "Terminator" movie — Russell said. Now imagine that parts of this mini liquid man are magnetized and parts aren't. An external magnetic field could then force the little person to move its limbs like a marionette.

For me, it sort of represents a sort of new state of magnetic materials," Russell said. The findings were published on July 19 in the journal Science.

Science  19 Jul 2019: Vol. 365, Issue 6450, pp. 264-267
DOI: 10.1126/science.aaw8719
Reconfigurable ferromagnetic liquid droplets
Xubo Liu et al.

Ferromagnetic materials show a permanent magnetic dipole, whereas superparamagnetic ones only show magnetic properties under an applied field. Some materials, like ferrofluids, show liquid-like behavior but do not retain their magnetization in the absence of an applied field. Liu et al. show remnant magnetization of otherwise superparamagnetic magnetite nanoparticles at an oil-water interface of emulsion droplets (see the Perspective by Dreyfus). The permanent magnetization could be controlled by coupling and uncoupling the magnetization of individual nanoparticles, making it possible to “write and erase” shapes of the droplets or to elongate them into cylinders.

Solid ferromagnetic materials are rigid in shape and cannot be reconfigured. Ferrofluids, although reconfigurable, are paramagnetic at room temperature and lose their magnetization when the applied magnetic field is removed. Here, we show a reversible paramagnetic-to-ferromagnetic transformation of ferrofluid droplets by the jamming of a monolayer of magnetic nanoparticles assembled at the water-oil interface. These ferromagnetic liquid droplets exhibit a finite coercivity and remanent magnetization. They can be easily reconfigured into different shapes while preserving the magnetic properties of solid ferromagnets with classic north-south dipole interactions. Their translational and rotational motions can be actuated remotely and precisely by an external magnetic field, inspiring studies on active matter, energy-dissipative assemblies, and programmable liquid constructs.

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The Meaning and Reality of Individual Sovereignty
Jordan B Peterson

This special Independent Institute event was held on May 2, 2019, in San Francisco. Why has the idea of individual sovereignty been granted such primacy of place in free Western societies? Why were the men who formulated the Declaration of Independence willing to declare:  “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness," and, further, to insist "That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed."

Why, as well, are ideas of individual sovereignty, which have proved so successful in guaranteeing freedom and prosperity in the West and, increasingly, around the world, under attack, by those on the left and the right who offer collective identity as an alternative?

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“With 5G, We are Guinea Pigs”: Swiss Magazine Reports First 5G Injuries in Geneva
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...Prior to the March 2011 Fukushima disaster, ozone depletion was negligible over the northern hemisphere. Then within a month of the TEPCO meltdowns, the Arctic Ozone Hole rapidily expanded between April and June to swell larger than the existing one over the Antarctic. This sudden widening of the northern ozone hole shocked the 60 meteorologists then measuring ozone over the Arctic region, but their scientific findings were censored by a NASA official, under the influence of Energy Secretary Stephen Chu, a pro-nuclear zealot in the Obama administration. His henchwoman at NASA blamed "unusual cold weather" in a ridiculous stretch of logic, whereas my early-on examination of the Japanese meteorologists' findings showed otherwise, of radioactivity in heat columns out of the destroyed Fukushima plant was the actual cause of this titanic weather event...

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A scientist who worked at a company that's being sued over dumping 'forever chemicals' warns the toxins 'stay in your blood and don't leave'

 The chemical class known as PFAS became popular in the US around the 1940s when manufacturing companies realized they resist heat, grease, stains, and water.
Today, PFAS are considered toxic and have been linked to cancer, liver damage, thyroid disease, and developmental issues.
At a congressional hearing on July 24, a former scientist at DuPont Industries — a manufacturing company that dumped PFAS into the environment for decades, starting in the 1950s — said the chemicals can be found in almost every American's blood.
In his written statement, he also called for PFAS to be banned.

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