Sci-Tech

Cell Tower Radiation Facts & 5G Unknowns

By Catherine J. Frompovich Cell phone towers dot the landscape every so many hundred or thousand feet in many places, generally along widespread highways and on aloft or hill-top locations.  Because there is such a direct for dungeon phone service—more dungeon phones now than the sum global population—more and some-more record means of providing service have to be implemented.  However, …

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Human beings could grasp immortality by 2050

Old age could shortly be old news, according to a heading futurologist who claims people innate after 1970 could live forever.  He predicts that by the year 2050, humans could continue the constraints of the earthy body.  Genetic engineering could be used to extend the body’s life expectancy, by shortening or reversing the ageing of cells.  Advances in AI could …

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Human beings could grasp immortality by 2050

Old age could shortly be old news, according to a heading futurologist who claims people innate after 1970 could live forever.  He predicts that by the year 2050, humans could continue the constraints of the earthy body.  Genetic engineering could be used to extend the body’s life expectancy, by shortening or reversing the ageing of cells.  Advances in AI could …

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Plastic particles found in 3 in 4 deep-sea fish

Plastic particles have been found in almost three-in-four low sea fish, according to a new study. The research, which looked at sea life in the Northwest Atlantic, is one of the top ever reported frequencies of supposed ‘microplastics’ in fish worldwide.  As good as causing internal earthy damage, inflammation of viscera and reduced feeding in fish, the poisonous particles can be …

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Plastic particles found in 3 in 4 deep-sea fish

Plastic particles have been found in almost three-in-four low sea fish, according to a new study. The research, which looked at sea life in the Northwest Atlantic, is one of the top ever reported frequencies of supposed ‘microplastics’ in fish worldwide.  As good as causing internal earthy damage, inflammation of viscera and reduced feeding in fish, the poisonous particles can be …

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Roman ‘gate to hell’ killed victims with CO dioxide

The city of Hierapolis in modern-day Turkey was built on geologically active site  A ‘gate to hell’ channelled subterraneous emissions of CO2 into a eremite arena Experts measured levels of the gas and detected something surprising  Concentrations of CO2 at conduct tallness for animals would have been deadly Thanks to their incomparable standing their human handlers would transient unharmed  By Tim Collins For Mailonline Published: …

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Roman ‘gate to hell’ killed victims with CO dioxide

The city of Hierapolis in modern-day Turkey was built on geologically active site  A ‘gate to hell’ channelled subterraneous emissions of CO2 into a eremite arena Experts measured levels of the gas and detected something surprising  Concentrations of CO2 at conduct tallness for animals would have been deadly Thanks to their incomparable standing their human handlers would transient unharmed  By Tim Collins For Mailonline Published: …

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Little girl uses a brush to call dolphins at SeaWorld

A little girl achieved an implausible pretence to call a pod of dolphins towards her She used a brush and combined a high representation sound to captivated the dolphins Other children collected round, fascinated, and watched the animals play Her father, Brad Meszarous pronounced his she found the process after online research By Bridie Pearson-jones For Mailonline Published: 11:04 EST, …

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Little girl uses a brush to call dolphins at SeaWorld

A little girl achieved an implausible pretence to call a pod of dolphins towards her She used a brush and combined a high representation sound to captivated the dolphins Other children collected round, fascinated, and watched the animals play Her father, Brad Meszarous pronounced his she found the process after online research By Bridie Pearson-jones For Mailonline Published: 11:04 EST, …

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The Irish Navy vessel that is unfit to capsize

The ‘Thunder Child’ vessel is done in Ireland by Safehaven Marine It is impossible for the vessel to upset and it will automatically self-right This is due to the irresolution of the cabin and the vessel’s low centre of gravity By Joe Pinkstone For Mailonline Published: 10:42 EST, 19 Feb 2018 | Updated: 11:48 EST, 19 Feb 2018 e-mail 44 View …

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