Unstoppable contamination of Pacific Ocean… is seriously menacing US West Coast

  As you may have expected there is no good news. As the world leaders talk about how to make a profit from climate control, Fukushima is not on the list!  Ask yourself truthfully, why is this?

What can be learned from a piece of chalk?

Just out! From the Internet Way back machine! A short portion of an interesting talk by (I believe) Neils Bhor on chalk! Nuff Said!

Suspicious0bserver's Sun Series

HempHave you ever heard any say, You can't see the forest for the trees or no one see the elephant in the room. Well that how it is with our sun. 

The First Genetically Modified Human Could Exist Within 2 Years

HempThe biotech firm Editas Medicine says that humans who have had their DNA genetically modified could exist within the next 2 years. The company announced that it will soon start the first trials of what it calls a groundbreaking new technique.

U.S.-based Editas is striving to become the first lab in the world to edit the DNA of patients suffering from leber congenital amaurosis (LCA), a genetic condition that causes

severe vision loss at birth. Some LCA patients also experience central nervous system conditions, such as epilepsy, developmental delays and motor skill impairment.

LCA is said to be caused by defects in a gene responsible for the creation of a protein that is vital to vision. Editas Medicine scientists believe they can fix the mutated DNA using gene-editing technology known as CRISPRs.

CRISPRs, which stands for “clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats,” allows scientists to edit genes “with precision, efficiency and flexibility,” Gizmodo explained in a May 5, 2015 article. Researchers have reportedly been able to create monkeys with targeted mutations and prevent HIV infection in human cells using this piece of biotechnology.

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Airport to Low Orbit (SABRE)

From Earth To Low Orbit Nice Trick

SABRE, or Synergetic Air-Breathing Rocket Engine

Defense technology giant BAE Systems plc on Nov. 2 said it had agreed to purchase a 20 percent equity stake in single-stage-to-orbit engine designer Reaction Engines Limited (REL)

SABRE, in development for more than two decades – including many years where funding was scarce – is part of REL's proposed Skylon rocket, which would take off horizontally from an airport runway, reach Mach 5 speeds in the atmosphere and then move to low Earth orbit to deliver payloads.

Its key technological aim is to prove the operational feasibility of a lightweight heat ex-changer that ingests incoming air in the atmosphere at a temperature of 1,000 degrees Celsius and cools it to minus 150 degrees Celsius in one-hundredth of a second without generating ice buildup.

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