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Seeking The Third Story. Plasma Physics

By Vaughn | November 3, 2017 | Comments Off on Seeking The Third Story. Plasma Physics

David Talbott: Seeking the Third Story | EU2012 39:14                    

Great Article on Miasms by David Little

By Vaughn | May 26, 2014 | Comments Off on Great Article on Miasms by David Little

In contemporary Homoeopathy there has been a great advancement of the psychological aspects of the materia medica as well as in our understanding of how to use the mental rubrics of the repertory. The origin of this tradition stems from aphorism 211 of The Organon of Medicine in which Samuel Hahnemann discusses the importance of […]

Shocking Salmons Farms Aren’t Just Growing Fish, but Disease

By Vaughn | May 24, 2013 | Comments Off on Shocking Salmons Farms Aren’t Just Growing Fish, but Disease

Must watch about the decline of Sockeye Salmon in British Columbia. Salmon Confidential from Twyla Roscovich on Vimeo.

Government Lab Reveals It Has Operated Quantum Internet for Over Two Years

By Vaughn | May 6, 2013 | Comments Off on Government Lab Reveals It Has Operated Quantum Internet for Over Two Years

One of the dreams for security experts is the creation of a quantum internet that allows perfectly secure communication based on the powerful laws of quantum mechanics. The basic idea here is that the act of measuring a quantum object, such as a photon, always changes it. So any attempt to eavesdrop on a quantum […]

A City That Turns Garbage Into Energy Copes With a Shortage

By Vaughn | May 1, 2013 | Comments Off on A City That Turns Garbage Into Energy Copes With a Shortage

OSLO — This is a city that imports garbage. Some comes from England, some from Ireland. Some is from neighboring Sweden. It even has designs on the American market. “I’d like to take some from the United States,” said Pal Mikkelsen, in his office at a huge plant on the edge of town that turns […]

Largest Current Study Of AIDS Vaccine Shut Down Because It Doesn’t Work

By Vaughn | April 29, 2013 | Comments Off on Largest Current Study Of AIDS Vaccine Shut Down Because It Doesn’t Work

The largest current study of a potential AIDS vaccine, a $77 million project led by a Columbia University doctor, has been shut down due to “futility.” The patients will be monitored to see any long-term effects, but the message is clear: it doesn’t work, shut it down.

A Daily Can of Soda May Raise Diabetes Risk

By Vaughn | April 25, 2013 | Comments Off on A Daily Can of Soda May Raise Diabetes Risk

Drinking just one 12-ounce soda a day may increase the risk of Type 2 diabetes, a new study from Europe suggests.
In the study, people who drank a 12-ounce sugar-sweetened soda daily were 18 percent more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes over a 16-year period compared with those who did not consume soda. And people who drank two sodas daily were 18 percent more likely to have a stroke than those who drank one; those who drank three sodas daily saw the same risk increase compared with those who drank two, and so on.

Leukemia-Killing Plasma Beam Could Offer New Cancer Treatments

By Vaughn | April 24, 2013 | Comments Off on Leukemia-Killing Plasma Beam Could Offer New Cancer Treatments

(ISNS) — Patients battling the blood cancer leukemia could one day receive a new type of treatment that uses a plasma — a gas of electrically charged particles — to kill cancer cells while keeping the healthy cells intact, according to new research.

“We have a really amazing device,” said Mounir Laroussi, director of the laser and plasma engineering institute at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va., “We can generate a beam of plasma that is around room temperature. It doesn’t burn anything; it doesn’t destroy or poke holes. You can touch it with your hand.”

Use of anti-epileptic drug during pregnancy associated with increased risk of autism

By Vaughn | April 24, 2013 | Comments Off on Use of anti-epileptic drug during pregnancy associated with increased risk of autism

Maternal use of valproate (a drug used for the treatment of epilepsy and other neuropsychological disorders) during pregnancy was associated with a significantly increased risk of autism in offspring, according to a study in the April 24 issue of JAMA. The authors caution that these findings must be balanced against the treatment benefits for women who require valproate for epilepsy control.

Read more at: http://medicalxpress.com/news/2013-04-anti-epileptic-drug-pregnancy-autism.html#jCp

Bacteria evolve resistance more quickly when stronger antibiotics are used

By Vaughn | April 24, 2013 | Comments Off on Bacteria evolve resistance more quickly when stronger antibiotics are used

Researchers from the University of Exeter and Kiel University in Germany treated E. coli with different combinations of antibiotics in laboratory experiments.

Unexpectedly they found that the rate of evolution of antibiotic resistance speeds up when potent treatments are given because resistant bacterial cells flourish most during the most aggressive therapies.

This happens because too potent a treatment eliminates the non-resistant cells, creating a lack of competition that allows resistant bacteria to multiply quickly. Those cells go on to create copies of resistance genes that help them rapidly reduce the effectiveness of the drugs. In tests this effect could even cause E.coli to grow fastest in the most aggressive antibiotic treatments.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2013-04-bacteria-evolve-resistance-quickly-stronger.html#jCp

Light used to heal addiction in cocaine craving rats

By Vaughn | April 23, 2013 | Comments Off on Light used to heal addiction in cocaine craving rats

The future of healing will be information and energy based.   Light found in cocaine addiction tunnel Lasers that stimulate targeted neurons ease drug compulsion in rats   By Puneet Kollipara Web edition: April 4, 2013 Print edition: May 4, 2013; Vol.183 #9 (p. 16) TURNING ON NEURONS Researchers reduced rats’ compulsive cocaine use by […]

Professor Elizabeth Rauscher, Ph.D interviewed by Kim Greenhouse

By Vaughn | April 20, 2013 | Comments Off on Professor Elizabeth Rauscher, Ph.D interviewed by Kim Greenhouse

How a Real Scientist Thinks about Phenomena Remarkable Woman in Science by Kim Greenhouse on April 14, 2013 in Parapsychology, Science & Technology, Spirituality Professor Elizabeth Rauscher, Ph.D. is at the forefront of a revolution in physics. She holds degrees in astrophysics, nuclear physics, engineering, chemistry, and physics from UC Berkeley, and is a former […]