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Gene Editing Is Now Precise Enough to Modify a Single Letter of DNA

Futurism IN BRIEF One new gene editing technique is so precise, it’s almost shocking. MhAX, as it’s called, uses CRISPR and a DNA repair system to alter a single DNA base in the human genome. Gene editing has the power to completely reshape our world. It promises everything from fixing the genetic faults that lead to disease, to destroying disease-causing microbes, to improving the nutrition of the foods we eat and even resurrecting extinct species like the wooly mammoth — all largely thanks to the genetic editing tool CRISPR, which has both popularized this work and made it possible. Now, researchers in Japan have developed a new gene editing...

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1000s of sea creatures washed ashore in Margate, UK in the aftermath of big storms [VIDEO]

MrMBB333 Published on Mar 4, 2018 SUBSCRIBED 122KSubscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe March 4, 2018: Recent storms in the UK/Scotland have taken a tremendous toll on marine life near the coasts of the UK as 1000s upon 1000s of sea creatures have been found along the beaches of Margate, UK. Pictures by Stephen Paul Coombs 🌎 If you like my research and my daily dedication to all my loyal subscribers, and would like to show financial support, you can do so via Patreon or PayPal. Please see links below. Your financial support is greatly appreciated. Thank you! Become A Patron Patreon DONATE...

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Medical experts do NOT recommend routine screening for ovarian cancer; false positives will lead to unnecessary life-altering surgery for many women

Natural News (Natural News) Despite the notoriously hard-to-diagnose ovarian cancer causing the death of around 14,000 women each year (as it is often identified too late), the United States Preventive Service Task Forcehas discovered that routine checkups can lead to too many false positives. In an editorial for the Journal of the American Association, University of Texas gynecologist Dr. Karen H. Lu wrote: “With such a clear unmet need and research commitment, it is important to ask the following questions: Why has it not been possible to delineate an effective screening strategy for ovarian cancer? Is an effective strategy close at hand?” The ovaries are a major...

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Tree loss pushing beetles to the brink

BBC The loss of trees across Europe is pushing beetles to the brink of extinction, according to a new report. The International Union for the Conservation of Nature assessed the status of 700 European beetles that live in old and hollowed wood. Almost a fifth (18%) are at risk of extinction due to the decline of ancient trees, the European Red List of Saproxylic Beetles report found. This puts them among the most threatened insect groups in Europe. Saproxylic beetles play a role in natural processes, such as decomposition and the recycling of nutrients. They also provide an important...

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Study Finds That Humans Can Use Echolocation Just Like Bats

Outer Places Flickr/Shellac One of the more interesting Marvel superheroes is Daredevil, a character who is blinded as a child, but who is able to sense the world around him because his other senses – most notably his hearing – improve to compensate for his disability. As it turns out, this super power is more real than you might think. According to a new study from Durham University, there are humans who really can use echolocation, just like a bat, in order to see objects in their path based on sound waves that bounce off them. While this is a power that, theoretically, many people can develop, at...

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Wildlife: 6 Big Cats Under Serious Threat of Extinction

TelesurTV by Ramzy Baroud UN Office on Drugs and Crime exec said the big cats are under pressure due to poaching, lost habitats and disappearing prey. On Saturday, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization highlighted six big cats that were under the threat of or teetering on the brink of extinction. RELATED: Mexico Enacts Measures to Save Endangered ‘Little Cow’ Whales The organization used World Wildlife Day to put the spotlight on the animals that currently feature prominently on the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species. Chief adviser for wildlife at WWF UK, Heather...

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Human Cloning about to be Unleashed upon the World

Exopolitics Human Cloning about to be Unleashed upon the World WRITTEN BY DR MICHAEL SALLA ON MARCH 1, 2018 A February 28 report by the New York Times describes how Barbara Streisand paid $50,000 to have two clones made of her favorite pet dog that passed away last year. The story reveals how open source cloning has been quietly developed in scientific laboratories over the last 20 years, and is opening the door to human cloning becoming a reality in the near future. This is not a surprise given multiple whistleblower claims that human cloning was developed by the 1970’s in highly...

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Australian Stingless Bees Build Stunning Spiral Hives and No One’s Quite Sure Why

Interesting Engineering The “discovery” of places or living things in nature about which very little is known or reported seems to pique our interest. This is perhaps because they are usually things that are existing or occurring right under our nose. One delightful example comes from Australia-based entomologist Tim Heard, who has been spreading the word (creating a buzz seemed like an unfortunate phrase to choose in this instance) about sugarbag honey bees. Source: Tim Heard Heard is also a former scientist with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, based in Canberra, and started documenting the fascinating creatures over thirty years...

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Arctic Seed Vault Turning 10 Faces ‘Unprecedented’ Agricultural Challenges

VOA News A cavernous bunker on a remote island above the Arctic Circle, where polar bears roam, holds the key to 12,000 years of agriculture but also to food supplies for future generations with countries urged to deposit seed samples there. Welcome to the Svalbard Global Seed Vault, which turned 10 on Monday. It holds nearly one million seed samples from the world’s gene banks – an agricultural back-up in the event of disasters ranging from nuclear war to climate change. “It’s fair to say that agriculture has never, ever faced bigger challenges than today,” Marie Haga, executive director...

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Coke, Nestle Near Ownership of World’s Second Largest Aquifer

Mint Press News Aconcerted push is underway in South America that could see one of the world’s largest reserves of fresh water soon fall into the hands of transnational corporations such as Coca-Cola and Nestle. According to reports, talks to privatize the Guarani Aquifer – a vast subterranean water reserve lying beneath Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay – have already reached an advanced stage. The deal would grant a consortium of U.S. and Europe-based conglomerates exclusive rights to the aquifer that would last over 100 years. Named after the Guarani indigenous people, the Guarani Aquifer is the world’s second largest...

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State of Emergency for Atlantic Whales

NRDC Something disturbing is happening off our Atlantic coast. Unprecedented numbers of great whales are washing up dead on our shores. At the end of January, NOAA Fisheries declared an “Unusual Mortality Event.” Twenty-nine minke whales stranded between Maine and South Carolina from January 2017 to January 2018. Of those, 19 were already dead, but 10 were stranded alive. Stranding response teams made their best efforts, but only one whale survived. NOAA declares an Unusual Mortality Event, or UME, when a stranding is unexpected, involves a significant die-off of any marine mammal population, and demands an immediate response. In other words, an UME...

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Orlando pediatrician arrested for using partial vaccine doses

News Channel 8 ORLANDO, Fla. (WESH) – An Orlando pediatrician posted bond and has been released from jail after being accused of committing Medicaid fraud affecting hundreds of children. The Florida Department of Health said Dr. Ishrat Sohail provided only partial vaccines to more than 500 children, but charged them in full. The state is now saying those children might have to be vaccinated again. Officials said children who went to Sohail’s office on North Orange Avenue might not be protected against the diseases they believed they were being vaccinated for. Sohail left the Seminole County Jail on Friday...

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California Water Agency Officials Charged With Burying Hazardous Waste And Corruption

NPR California’s attorney general has charged five former and current employees of the Panoche Water District in central California with felonies, including using public funds for personal items and illegally burying barrels of hazardous waste. The Department of Toxic Substances Control at California’s Environmental Protection Agency says it found 86 drums, each holding between 35 and 55 gallons of “chlorine, caustic soda, iron chloride and a mixture of used antifreeze, used solvents, and used oil.” California Attorney General Xavier Becerra accusedformer Panoche Water District General Manager Dennis Falaschi and former employees Jack Hurley and Dubby West of disposing of the chemicals at...

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How Your DNA Codons Can Activate Others

Higher Self Published on Feb 17, 2018 SUBSCRIBED 310KSubscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe How Your DNA Codons Can Activate Others February 17, 2018 by Michelle Walling This Article:… If you would like to receive keys from me, you can come to the Cosmic Convergence Conference March 2-3 in Sarasota, FL. Here is the link with more information. You may then return to your community to share these codes with others. You can find a QHHT practicioner on this website: http://www.quantumhealingpractitioner… Michelle Walling, CHLC is a Holistic Life Coach specializing in starseed support. She is an international public speaker, writer, webmaster, and...

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Scientists May Have Created Human-Sheep Hybrids

Mysterious Universe “About one in 10,000 cells in these sheep embryos are human.” Are you ready for Molly Dolly, the human/sheep clone? That day may be coming sooner than you think with the recent announcement that researchers may have created human-sheep hybrids that have been allowed to gestate for 28 days. Do they dream of sheep, humans, sheep-boys or something else? The Guardian reports that the announcement was made in Austin, Texas, at the latest meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science by researchers from Stanford University, so there’s no weaseling out of the ethical implications by saying it was done in...

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The Search for Aliens Starts Now—in Antarctica

Georgia Tech Submitted by amorain on Thu, 2018-01-25 16:20 It’s hard to get over putting your life’s work in harm’s way. Britney Schmidt hasn’t. The Georgia Tech researcher has tested the limits of underwater robots swimming beneath Antarctic ice shelves, a dry run for looking for life in outer space, and it hasn’t gotten any easier. Anytime you take your whole program’s work and dangle it off of a fiber optic cable through meters of ice…it’s a little unnerving,” Schmidt tells Popular Mechanics, emailing from the Antarctic research station on the south tip of Ross Island. This week, Schmidt and her team...

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FDA to investigate after report exposes euthanasia drug in dog food 

KomoNews FDA to investigate after report exposes euthanasia drug in dog food  by LISA FLETCHER, WJLA WASHINGTON (WJLA) – New Year’s Eve 2016 was no celebration for Nikki Mael and her family. “Nobody should have to go through what we went through,” said Mael. “Nobody. Not fair. I mean, I would give anything to see Talula again.” Within minutes of sharing a can of Evanger’s pet food among her five dogs, she was racing the lifeless animals to the emergency vet. “They were falling over. They were running into the walls. They were convulsing,” said Mael. The vets told...

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Masters of Our DNA: Designer Bodies Are Not Science Fiction

Futurism IN BRIEF Entrepreneur and visionary Juan Enriquez outlines a future where we will be able to survive in extreme environments and even hack our memory thanks to DNA manipulation. Imagine a world where we can design the bodies we want. In this reality we can also create, and recreate, the plants and animals that live alongside us. We can alter organisms and mold them into whatever we want them to be. This is not the world of tomorrow, though. This doesn’t take imagination. This is the world today. Right now. It sounds like science fiction, or even “fake news.” But it’s not....

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