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Meditation and yoga can ‘reverse’ DNA reactions which cause stress, new study suggests

Mind-body interventions (MBIs) such as meditation, yoga and Tai Chi don’t simply relax us; they can ‘reverse’ the molecular reactions in our DNA which cause ill-health and depression, according to a study.

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Quantum Communications Satellites Break Entanglement Record

Around the Earth, communications satellites are used to beam information around the planet, from television stations to radio and internet. Until now, electromagnetic waves have generally carried this information in the form of radio waves, capturing and transmitting signals as these waves ripple between the outer atmosphere and the surface of the Earth. Using lasers significantly increased the amount of data that could be transferred. Now for the first time, scientists were able to create a “quantum link” between two cities using a satellite, at a distance 10 times longer than any created before.

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Quantum Zeno dynamics in a superconducting qubit

In addition to potential implications and applications in quantum computing, Resonance Science Foundation researchers are taking notice in the results of quantum Zeno effects because of potential implications in understanding the finely ordered and coherent state of the biological system. Just as quantum measurements are being utilized to stabilize the fragile state of an artificial qubit, similar mechanisms may be involved in stabilizing quantum states, natural qubits, in the biological system.

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Satellite-Distributed Entanglement

Communication capabilities may have just been taking to the next level and that driving force is the enigmatic phenomena of quantum entanglement.

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Buckyballs mysteriously show up in cold space and warp starlight

Recent discoveries have shown that the chemical reactions between stars can build the constituents of biological molecules like amino acids and sugars. These substances, raining from space, may have contributed to the origin of life on Earth.

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“Sonic Boom” Wakes in Spacetime from Light

A trailing “cone” of photonic energy was recorded for the first time as a pulse of laser light was recorded traveling between two plates made of a mixture of silicon rubber and aluminum oxide powder.

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Researchers Simulate a Black Hole in the Bath

Superradiance is the term given to radiation enhancement effects, typically associated with black holes, although as well with numerous other phenomena seen in astrophysics and quantum mechanics.

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Galaxies in a superfluid vortex — rectifying dark matter models

recent unified approach proposes MOND phenomenon from dark matter superfluidity — postulating that our galaxy is spinning in a superfluid medium.

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Can Something Get So Hot that It Can’t Get Any Hotter?

When it comes to temperature—we know that there’s an absolute zero. But is there an absolute ‘hot’?

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ALMA hears birth cry of a massive baby star

Thousands of stars are birthing every moment, and although we study and follow their evolution in so much detail we still do not know how they are actually formed. The standard model posits that young stellar objects (YSOs) – protostars and pre-main sequence stars – form when the denser regions of molecular clouds collapse under their own gravity.

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New “instantly rechargeable” battery may deal a fatal blow to fossil fuels

Purdue researchers have developed a flow battery that would allow electric cars to be recharged instantly at stations like conventional cars are. The technology is clean, safe, and cheap.

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A stream of superfluid light

Scientists have combined light with electrons to make a room-temperature superfluid. A superfluid is a kind of fifth-state of matter — a macroscopic quantum state in which the coupling of matter is so strong it no longer consists of separate individual quanta but instead merges into a single indivisible waveform.

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Scientists discover plant ‘brain’ controlling seed development

In a study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), scientists from the University of Birmingham have shown a small group of cells within the plant embryo operate in a similar way to the human brain.

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General Relativity Passes Test at Milky Way’s Central Black Hole

Since Einstein’s general relativity was first proposed over a hundred years ago, there have been numerous tests of proof, all of which adding support to the theory. The most significant being the correct prediction of Mercury’s perihelion orbit – which previously had no sound explanation.

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