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Creepy Ads for Synthetic Humans Have Britain All Freaked Out

People in Britain who had settled in for a nice viewing of Prometheus this weekend were distressed, to say the least, when a realistic 30-second spot aired—completely unexplained—that advertised synthetic human housekeepers for sale. “Meet Sally. The help you’ve always Read more …


Ancient History Of The Black Nobility

In Carthage, the Canaanites known as themselves Punics. Rome attacked Carthage in full power, starting in 264BC and accomplished their process after killing or enslaving each Carthaginian, by sowing the land to salt in order that nothing may ever develop Read more …


History Timeline: Secret Treaty of Verona

Once upon a time before the year 1066 the people of England held Allodial title to their land. Not even the king could take the land for not paying a tithe. William the Conquer came in 1066 and stole the Read more …


Ancient Formula Helps Open Heart Veins Naturally

Arteries are blocked because of the hardening and thickening of the artery walls. If high cholesterol build up on your artery walls it reduced blood flow can be linked with stroke or heart attack. The main culprits are excessive intake Read more …

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 An eye implant developed by scientists has enabled nine blind people to see again.
 The microchip inserted at the back of the eyeball restored functional vision to the patients born with the hereditary condition retinitis pigmentosa (RP).
 The degenerative disease runs in families and has left 15 million people permanently blind worldwide.
 The tiny 3 mm chip is implanted below the surface of the retina where it electrically stimulates the optical tissues.
 In the latest trials described in Proceedings of the Royal Society B most of the German patients were able to recognise facial expressions and distinguish objects such as fruit on a table or on the street and read road signs.
 Sight sharpness for two of them also surpassed the visual resolution achieved in earlier human trials involving 27 patients.

34 percent of Americans are excited about the prospect of microchips implanted in their brains

More than a third of Americans are “enthusiastic” about the prospect of having microchips implanted in their brains, according to a recent poll. The Pew Research Center has just published the results of a survey it conducted to find out Read more …


What Your Dog Should Never Eat

You wish to share every thing along with your closest good friend, however when that good friend is a canine, sharing can do extra hurt than good. No matter how a lot you’re keen on hoppy brews or avocado toast, Read more …


How Obesity Rates Around The World Have Exploded

Over the last 40 years, obesity rates around the world have ballooned. The average adult today is three times as likely to be obese as the average adult in 1975. This map shows how it happened, country-by-country. Each country’s color Read more …

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Obese children who quit sugar for just a few days significantly slash their risk of heart disease

All it takes is one trip to the local mall to learn why nearly 20 percent of American children between the ages of 6 and 11 are obese. While the healthy food movement has sparked a revolution, encouraging food makers Read more …


7 Weight Loss Motivation Tips

Your attitude is the difference between diet success and failure. Exercise and proper diet may be required to get that slim waist you’ve always wanted, but your attitude about getting there plays a big role too. Follow these 7 weight Read more …


biggest ever scientific study about ‘life after death’ experiences

Death is a depressingly inevitable consequence of life, but now scientists believe they may have found some light at the end of the tunnel. The largest ever medical study into near-death and out-of-body experiences has discovered that some awareness may Read more …