Organs-on-a-Chip Technology: Can it Replace Animal Testing?

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The idea of using organs-on-a-chip to replace animal testing is not new.

Nikola Tesla and Electrogravitation: Short History

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The theory of Electrogravitation (EG) was first proposed by Nikola Tesla in 1899.

Global Warming and the Future of American Forests

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The future of forests is a huge topic, and the relationship between climate change and deforestation is complicated.

Sacred Geometry: The Power of the Universe

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Sacred Geometry was used to build sacred sites such as Stonehenge in Britain, and the pyramids of Egypt and the temples of Japan.

(Reader) Med Beds @MedbedsTechnology

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Let us all pray to God that this technology becomes available to us on an expedited basis!

Starlink up and Ready for Emergency Broadcast System Activation

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Starlink is up and apparently ready for the Military to activate the worldwide Emergency Broadcast System known as Project Odin.

Frequency Therapy Instruments, Real Cancer Solutions, and the Politics of Western Medical Industry, were...

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Some of the past and clearly the future technologies for medical cures and diagnosis have been with frequency devices.

The Merkabah Mysticism: The Mystical Path of the Hebrews

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This is a dive into the Jewish mystical tradition that gives us the Kabbalah.

The 100th Monkey Effect

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The 100th Monkey Effect is a concept in the fields of psychology and neuroscience.

How do Psychotronics Attacks Work? (Part 1)

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Psychotronics is a controversial and controversial-sounding term, it's a term that’s used to describe the field of science that studies the energetic effects of thought on the physical world.

Modern Artificial Organs

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We are in the midst of a revolution in artificial organs. What we do today has the potential to be applied to the largest organ in the body - our organs.

Liquid Breathing Technology: Deep Ocean Exploration

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Liquid breathing is a type of breathing in which people breathe oxygenated liquid instead of air. In diving, the use of incompressible liquids can make diving safer.

The Perceptron Learning Algorithm: What it is and How it Works

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A perceptron is a neural network that learns by example. It is a basic neural network that has been around since the 1950s.

The Library of Alexandria: A History of the Greatest Library in History

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The Library of Alexandria is a large ancient library in Alexandria, Egypt. It is known for being one of the largest and most well known libraries of the ancient world, containing thousands of scrolls.

Fusion Reactors: The Future of Power Generation

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Fusion Reactors, a concept first conceived in the 1950s, are now in their final stages of development.

Ascension to 4D or 5D, a Look into the Near Future of Technologies, Quantum...

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The biggest thing on timing of events is the collect human rise in vibration. This is also called theSchumann Resonances, which has been increasing a lot in the last few years, especially this calendar year, by quantum leaps.

John B. Calhoun’s Mouse Utopia Experiment

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The Mouse Utopia Experiment was a series of experiments in the lab of ethologist John B. Calhoun from the late 1950s to the early 1960s.

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