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Israel, Iran and Pakistan (Freemasons) said cooperating on landmark science project

Israeli scientists are reportedly participating with colleagues from Pakistan, Iran, Egypt and Jordan on a $100 million project to develop the Middle East’s new particle accelerator — the Synchrotron-Light for Experimental Science and Applications, or Sesame. 383 more words

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3 for 1: Space Station Eyes Hurricanes Lester, Madeline and Gaston

Cameras outside the International Space Station spied on Hurricanes Lester, Madeline and Gaston as they whisked across the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans on Aug. 30. 171 more words


Mars Simulation Experiment Ends After One Year

Six scientists who lived for a year inside a dome on a Hawaiian mountain emerged Sunday from the experiment, meant to simulate a trip to Mars. 180 more words


"Pure Imagination": A Lament For The Music Makers And The Dreamers

There is no life to compare with Pure Imagination. Living there, you’ll be free if you truly wish to be…

“We are the music-makers. And we are the dreamers of dreams” – Willy Wonka. 939 more words


Stem-cell doctor did surgeries with 'inadequate' proof

LONDON (AP) — An independent commission investigating Italian stem cell scientist Dr. Paolo Macchiarini, whose work was once considered revolutionary, says there were numerous problems in how he treated patients and that the scientific basis for his work was “inadequate.” 207 more words


Facts About Germanium

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Facts About Germanium

By Rachel Ross, Live Science Contributor | August 24, 2016 11:52pm ET


Germanium is a silvery white metalloid. This is a 2-by-3 centimeter piece of polycrystalline germanium, weighing about 12 grams. 895 more words