Jessi Combs Has Been Named The Fastest Woman On Land By Guinness World Records. She Broke The ~44-Year-Record Of 512.71 MPH, Held By Kitty O’Neil In 1976, With A Of Speed 522.783 MPH, Piloting The North American Eagle Supersonic Speed Challenger Across Oregon’s Alvord Desert On 08/27/2019. Unfortunately, She Lost Her Life Doing This.
The World’s Longest Cartoon Show, According To The Guinness World Records, “Sazae-san,” Which First Aired In 1969, Has Been Interrupted By Coronavirus, Forcing The Broadcast Of Re-Runs For The First Time Since 1975. The 30 Minutes Show, Aired Sunday Nights, Is Said To Be Very Popular In Japan.
Pretty Cool Australian First In Eyewear Technology App, The Lens Scanner, Which Can Enable Anyone Retrieve Their Own Prescription Lens Online By Performing Their Own Eye Test With The Same Accuracy As A Lensmeter, Commonly Found At The Optician. The Prescription Can Then Be Applied To Any Glass That One Chooses To Purchase Online.
Vision Eye Test - How to find your Glasses Prescription at home with Lens Scanner App
Could The World’s Oldest Woman Age Of 122 Years Old, Held 23 Years Ago, Be Beaten By The Current Oldest Woman In The World, Kane Tanaka? Kane Tanaka, Born 1903, From Japan, Turned 117 Years On Jan. 2. She Indicated That Her Secret To Longevity Is Eating Delicious Food, Studying, And Playing Othello.
Scientists Have Created A Contact Lens That Can Zoom In And Out Like A Camera. The Contact Lens Works When One Blink Twice To Both Zoom In And Out. The Contact lens, Though Still At The Prototype Stage, Could One Day Be Used For Visual Prostheses And Adjustable Glasses As Well As Remotely Operated Robotics.
A Strain Of The Natural Occurring Common Cold Virus, CVA21, Administered Via Catheter, Was Used In The Treatment Of Bladder Cancer, Completely Removing The Cancer In 1 Out Of The 15 Patients. The Treatment Technique, Compared To Existing Treatments, Seem To Be Minimally Invasive With Relatively Small Side Effects. Cool!
Igor, It’s Alife! No, Living Brains, From Dead Pigs, Were Not Restored, But Rather, Some Cellular Activities In The Brain Tissue, Which Were Thought Irreversibly Lost, Were Restored. This Had To Be Clarified Because Of Ethical Concerns That Could Make It Difficult, E.G., To Secure Organ Donations From People Declared Brain Dead, To Animal Welfare.
Scientists Successfully Revive Brain Cells in Dead Pigs