Selected science videos and articles in the impious vein.

BIOLOGICAL ETHNIC WEAPONS: THE U.S.A. BIOTERRORIZES AMERICANS

Although many Nazi doctors were hanged, just as many be came agents of the CIA and United States government, including Walter Schreiber, who helped conduct many of the Nazi medical experiments at Dachau. Yet another famous Nazi, Dr. Josef Mengele—the ultra-sadistic “angel of death”— also began working for the good ‘ol USA. Continue reading →

New Scientific Consensus on Definition of Moron

It’s almost funny how cable news producers expect viewers to look at pundits, and ponder their words with solemnity and gravity simply because they’re on TV. You know who does that? little kids emulating celebrities. Continue reading →

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The Economist explains: Why gene therapy just got easier

SOME diseases, such as haemophilia and cystic fibrosis, are caused by broken genes. Doctors have long dreamed of treating them by adding working copies of these genes to cells in the relevant tissue (bone marrow and the epithelium of the lung respectively… Continue reading →

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Map of foetus brain holds promise for disease research

Researchers unveiled a high-resolution “map” Wednesday of gene activity in a human foetus brain, which they said should lead to better understanding of developmental disorders such as autism. The blueprint, compiled with the donoetusesated brain tissue… Continue reading →

How Fanatical Atheism Gave Us the Tea Party

The definition of a fanatical atheist is a very narrow one. If you’re a professional atheist and you believe that the denigration and ridicule of the religious will “bring them to their senses,” you are fanatical. The pointless and caustic approach of such fanatics in the mainstream media has already backfired. Once moderate Christians feel … Continue reading →

NASA Lawsuit – Extraterrestrial Extremophiles, Microbes and Censorship

UPDATE: ‘Alien Bugs’ Discovered In Earth’s Atmosphere: British scientists believe they have found small bugs from outer space in the Earth’s atmosphere. Extraterrestrial Extremeophiles Averaging Several Meters to Kilometers in Length Comparison of object filmed by STS-75, with algae Above: Pulsating nucleus. Filmed by STS-75. Comparison of structure filmed by STS-75, with diagram of cell … Continue reading →

How to Time Travel with a Rubber Band

Do you have a rubber band handy? Good. Now keep it in your hand for a bit while we run this little experiment and time travel into the past. Let’s say you have two telescopes: a regular one, and another that views faster than the speed of light. To our right we have a regular-ass … Continue reading →

Scientific Method and WTC Bldg. 7: Video, Audio Update

Psychologists Explain 911 Denial Cognitive dissonance and our inability to examine empirical evidence for fear of ostracism, anxiety, a challenge to our world view. How we appeal to denial to protect us from anxiety, and the effect of trauma on a national level after watching thousands of Americans killed on live television. Audio Update of …Continue reading →

Nina Jablonski breaks the illusion of skin color

Nina Jablonski says that differing skin colors are simply our bodies’ adaptation to varied climates and levels of UV exposure. Charles Darwin disagreed with this theory, but she explains, that’s because he did not have access to NASA. Continue reading →

Apparatus and Method for Remotely Monitoring and Altering Brain Waves

An Odd Patent: Apparatus for Remote Electronic Monitoring and Remotely Altering Waves U.S. Patent# 3,951,134: Apparatus and Method for Remotely Monitoring and Altering Brain Waves (Click images for enlarged views) View Patent Images in PDF “The present invention relates to apparatus and a method for a monitoring brain waves wherein all components of the apparatus … Continue reading →

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Stroke of insight — Jill Bolte Taylor

Neuro- anatomist Jill Bolte Taylor had an opportunity few brain scientists would wish for: One morning, she realized she was having a massive stroke. As it happened — as she felt her brain functions slip away one by one, speech, movement, understanding — she studied and remembered every moment. This is a powerful story of … Continue reading →