Unified Science in Resonance with Nature
Newly Released Report Examines Favourable and Unfavourable EMF Frequency Patterns in Cancer
Carcinogenesis fits in a frequency pattern of electromagnetic field (EMF) waves, in which a gradual loss of cellular organization occurs. Such generation of cancer features can be inhibited by adequate exposure to coherent electromagnetic frequencies.
Is Dark Matter Primordial Black Holes?
Astronomers studying the motions of galaxies and the character of the cosmic microwave background radiation came to realize in the last century that most of the matter in the universe was not visible. About 84% of the matter in the cosmos is dark matter, much of it located in halos around galaxies. It was dubbed dark matter because it does not emit light, but it is also mysterious: it is not composed of atoms or their usual constituents like electrons and protons.
Plasmomechanical device modulates, transduces and amplifies light
The interaction of light with matter is a field of active study, with our understanding improving every day at smaller and smaller scales. The previous limit of understanding has now just been broken with the introduction of a plasmomechanical device that allows the interaction of light and matter to be modulated at precise energy ranges below the diffraction limit.
Metamaterial device controls transmission and reflection of acoustic waves
Metamaterials researchers at Duke University have demonstrated the design and construction of a thin material that can control the redirection and reflection of sound waves with almost perfect efficiency
Using water molecules to read electrical activity in lipid membranes
Every human cell is encased in a five-nanometer-thick lipid membrane that protects it from the surrounding environment. Like a gatekeeper, the membrane determines which ions and molecules can pass through. In so doing, it ensures the cell’s well-being and stability and allows it to communicate via electrical signals.
World’s first continuous room-temperature solid-state maser built using diamond
The maser (microwave amplification by stimulated emission of radiation), the older microwave frequency sibling of the laser, was invented in 1954. However unlike lasers, which have become widespread, masers are much less widely used because in order to function they must be cooled to temperatures close to absolute zero (-273°C).
Tetrahedral geometry of water found to account for it’s remarkable properties
Water is the most common and yet least understood material on Earth. Despite its simplicity, water tends to form tetrahedral order locally by directional hydrogen bonding. This structuring is known to be responsible for a vast array of unusual properties, e.g., the density maximum at 4 °C, which play a fundamental role in countless natural and technological processes, with the Earth’s climate being one of the most important examples. By systematically tuning the degree of tetrahedrality, we succeed in continuously interpolating between water-like behavior and simple liquid-like behavior. Our approach reveals what physical factors make water so anomalous and special even compared with other tetrahedral liquids.
Astrophysics gets turned on its head: black holes come first
SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLES OBSERVED FOR THE FIRST TIME AT THE EARLIEST EPOCH OF STAR AND GALAXY FORMATION ARE INDICATING THAT BLACK HOLES FORM FIRST AND GUIDE THE LATER ACCRETION AND STRUCTURING OF STARS AND GALAXIES
The rotational velocity of galaxies has long been a study of interest, with its intriguing relationship with distance leading to the hypothesis of dark matter. A new study has now added to the intrigue and shown that the velocity distance relationship is constant and thus no matter what the size of the galaxy, it will always take a billion years for one complete rotation.
New footage of unidentified advanced propulsion craft captured by the U.S. navy has been released
A new purported military video of an unidentified aircraft has been made public, following the Pentagon’s acknowledgment last year that it had shelved an initiative devoted to identifying unknown objects in aerospace. To The Stars Academy of Arts and Science — an organization leading on the issue that includes a former head of the now-defunct Pentagon program and was co-founded by former Blink182 musician Tom DeLonge — released the video titled “GO FAST” on Friday. The group said it is Defense Department footage from an F/A-18 Super Hornet’s video of the “high-speed flight of an unidentified aircraft.” The Pentagon declined to comment about the footage to CNN, and To The Stars Academy said multiple government organizations reviewed the video for release, and that anyone could obtain the video using a Freedom of Information Act request.
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