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    IARC Stands Alone Insisting Glyphosate Must Be Dangerous
    ECHA, the European Chemicals Agency, has released findings from its Committee for Risk Assessment (RAC) which concluded that glyphosate (e.g. Roundup, by the agriculture company Monsanto, though it's been off-patent for 17 years) is not a carcinogen, nor is it a mutagen, nor is it toxic for reproduction ...
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    Why I Wouldn't Fly With SpaceX To The Moon As Soon As 2018 - If They Paid Me A Billion Dollars
    I think the chances of the SpaceX mission around the Moon going ahead on schedule in 2018 is tiny. But on the remote chance it does, I would not fly on that mission, if you paid me a billion dollars. The problem is that they have to rely on many innovations working just right that are hardly tested ...
    By Robert Walker
    New Form Of Matter: Supersolid Is Both Superfluid And Crystalline At The Same Time
    By using lasers to manipulate a superfluid gas known as a Bose-Einstein condensate, the team was able to coax the condensate into a quantum phase of matter that has a rigid structure — like a solid, and can flow without viscosity, a key characteristic of a superfluid.  Basically, they have ...
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    Posts On Neutrino Experiments, Day 1
    The first day of the Neutrino Telescopes XVII conference in Venice is over, and I would like to point you to some short summaries that I published for the conference blog, at http://neutel11.wordpress.com. Specifically:- a summary of the talk on Super-Kamiokande- a summary of the talk on SNO ...
    By Tommaso Dorigo
    Cystic Fibrosis And The Mechanism Of Mucus
    People with cystic fibrosis suffer repeated lung infections because their airway mucus is too thick and sticky to keep bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens from causing chronic infection. How mucus becomes abnormal in cystic fibrosis airways has never been fully understood, but a new study ...
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    Before Mitochondria: An Enzyme-Free Krebs Cycle?
    Metabolism, the set of processes through which we gain energy from food and produce the biomolecules we need in our body's cells, is universal to life. The biochemical pathways that underpin these processes are highly similar across all organisms and species. One central metabolic pathway ...
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    We Need To Reinvent Primary Care
    Politicians are arguing with each other about health care. One side is yelling that people have coverage, even if they can't afford to use it and twice as many people will lose than ever got it. Another side claims emergency room visits and pediatric care are a luxury.What is clear is that something ...
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    Are Federal Nutrition Guidelines Realistic? Only Rich Pregnant Women Can Meet Them
    The numerous nutrition guidelines promoted by the U.S. federal government are obeyed by just 2 percent of Americans. If only 2 percent of any population can obey your guidelines, they are a nutritional wishlist created by groups of experts promoting their diet fads, not evidence-based information ...
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    Like Your Nose? Thank Climate Changes
    A new paper claims the size and shape of your nose evolved in response to local climate conditions. The nose is one of our distinctive facial features. It conditions the air we breathe so it is warm and moist when it reaches the lungs, which helps prevent infections. And that may be why  ...
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    Jews And Aspergerian Racists Dancing Around The Oven
    “Not only a new kind of community but a new kind of man comes into history with the development of the Jews.” (H.G. Wells:“A Short History of the World” Chapter 22 “Priests and Prophets in Judea”, 1922)Racism, “a new kind of man”, written by one of the brightest minds who did no ...
    By Sascha Vongehr
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