• Ruben See posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 5 months, 3 weeks ago

    The Rise In Air Pollution, Due To Domestic Emissions From Coal-Fired Power Plants And Cars, And Pollutants Blown In From China And North Korea, Seem To Correlate With An Increase In Pork Sale In South Korea. The Grease, From Pork, Though Not Scientifically Proven, Is Believed To Cleanse The Throat Of Pollutants.

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  • Ruben See posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 6 months, 3 weeks ago

    Just Like Checking An App For Daily Weather Condition Of One’s Neighborhood! The InSight Lander, Which Is Stationed Just North Of Mars Equator, Will Begin, On 26th February 2019, To Send Daily Weather Report Of Mars For Everyone To See. The Weather Report Will Also Help Scientists Understand The Concept Of Dust Storms On The Planet.

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  • Ruben See posted an update in the group Group logo of DiscoveryDiscovery 7 months, 2 weeks ago

    A Study Of 7807 Norwegian Participants, Btw Ages 55 To 69, In 1986, Is Indicating That Living To An Age Of 90 Years Is Dependent On Body Height, Weight, And Level Of Physical Activity. And These Parameters Seem To Affect Women’s Lifespan Than Men. The Study Observed That Taller Women With Less Weight Gain Since Age 20 Lived To 90.

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  • Ruben See posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 8 months, 3 weeks ago

    Should It Come As A Surprise That Heart Attack Peaks By About 15% Around 10 pm On Christmas Eve? Maybe Not!? Researchers Have Indicated, Using A 16-Year Long Study (1998-2013) Of About 283,014 Heart Attacks To Arrive At This Conclusion. Of Course, Holidays Entail Financial And Emotional Stress, Including Over-Exerting Oneself From Fun.

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  • Ruben See posted an update in the group Group logo of ProductProduct 9 months ago

    The Concept Of Reducing People’s Size Like In The Movie “Downsizing” May Have Become A Reality—Just Kidding, Guys! However, Scientists May Have Found A Way To Resize A 3-D Object To 1/10th Its Original Volume Via A Process Of “Implosion Fabrication.” Here, The Scientists Reverse Engineer Expansion Microscopy To Reduce An Object.

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  • Ruben See posted an update in the group Group logo of ProductProduct 9 months, 3 weeks ago

    The First Full 3-D Body Scanner , Called Explorer, Has Been Developed By Scientists. The Scanner Is Said to Be 40 Times Faster Than Regular Scanner And Could Help In Improving Diagnostics To Tracking Disease Progression To Researching New Drug Therapies. The Scanner Could Help Evaluate What’s Happening In The Body As A Whole.

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  • Ruben See posted an update in the group Group logo of AnimalAnimal 10 months ago

    A New Study Is Indicating That Plants May Have Evolved A Means To Mutually Benefit From Ants. The Ants Would Defend The Hollow Spike Shelters Provided By The Plants While, Unintentionally, Protecting The Plants. The Ants Would Also Protect Plants By Defending Their Food (E.g. Plant Nectar) From External Aggressors.

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  • Ruben See posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 10 months, 1 week ago

    Awesome, Probably One More Reason, In Addition To These Many Reasons , To Stay Off Energy Drinks. Scientists Are Indicating That Drinking Just One Energy Drink Can Narrow The Blood Vessels Within 90 Minutes. This Could Restrict Blood Flow, Increasing The Risk For Heart Attack And Stroke. Sucks!!

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  • Ruben See posted an update in the group Group logo of HealthHealth 10 months, 3 weeks ago

    Scientists May Have Found A Way To Remove The Zombie Cells In The Human Body. They Have Developed A New Class Of Drugs Called Senolytics, Which Could Restore The Body To Its Youthful Characteristics. A Human Trial To Test The Effectiveness Of The Drug Began Last July Of 2018. Keeping My Fingers Crossed!

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  • Ruben See posted an update in the group Group logo of ProductProduct 11 months ago

    The California Institute of Technology Has Developed The World’s Fastest Camera That Can Capture Images At 10 Trillion (1013) Frames/Second. The Smartphone Camera, For Comparison, Captures Images At 30 Frames/Second. The Fastest Camera, Dubbed Compressed Ultra-fast Photography (CUP), Can Be Used To Study Light Behaviour In Slow Motion. 

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