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Chasing Evidence Of A Black Hole's Shadow
One of the most fundamental predictions of Einstein's theory of relativity is the existence of black holes. Although gravitational waves from binary black holes have been detected, direct evidence using electromagnetic waves hasn't happened and astronomers are searching for it with radio telescopes ...
By News Staff
Machine Learning For Phenomenology
These days the use of machine learning is exploding, as problems which can be solved more effectively with it are ubiquitous, and the construction of deep neural networks or similar advanced tools is at reach of sixth graders.  So it is not surprising to see theoretical physicists joining ...
By Tommaso Dorigo
Symmetry & Relativity, Sexy Virtual Reality (VR) In Modern Relativity Theory - All For Everybody
Relativity is a form of symmetry and for that reason already of fundamental importance for science. Symmetry means: You can change something in some quite fundamental way, for example rotate the whole circle, and yet, the result is in some other important way the same, the circle is in all ways ...
By Sascha Vongehr
Too Big To Fail, Too Difficult To Complete: James Webb Space Telescope Now Maybe 2020
The James Webb Space Telescope, originally scheduled to be completed in 2007, now might be ready in 2020. If you still believe anything coming from Big Space. Meanwhile, Big Space claims it is under-funded. While it's true many worthy small experiments can't get the money they need, the reason ...
By News Staff
Food Waste Is Why Vegetarians Are Harder On The Planet Than Meat Eaters
A new study finds that Americans waste nearly a pound of food per person per day. And at the top of it is fruits and vegetables. Way below those is dairy, and meat waste is almost a third of what fruits and vegetables are.People who believe they "eat more healthy" than others - the organic elite ...
By News Staff
Lahontan Cutthroat Trout Species Never Knew It Was Extinct
Though we read a lot of claims about impending extinction, the biological reality is that we don't know anything about 99.9999999 percent of species that have ever lived. And then there are species only newly discovered that are immediately declared endangered because an academic only recently ...
By News Staff
Wood Heat: Why The Developing World Needs Centralized Energy, Even If It's Coal
A new study takes Norwegians to task for continuing to use wood stoves as part of their bucolic northern heritage. Drive outside cities and it is common to see stacks of wood lining the walls of houses and smoke rising from the chimneys, especially on cold days. Due to that heritage, ...
By News Staff
The Magical Caves Of Frasassi
While spending a few vacation days on a trip around central Italy I made a stop in a place in the Appennini mountains, to visit some incredible caves. The caves of Frasassi were discovered in September 1971 by a few young speleologists, who had been tipped off by locals about the existence, atop ...
By Tommaso Dorigo
Moving The Goal Posts On Bees: Now Their Microbiome Is At Risk
The mix of bacteria (microbiome) of bee bread, the long-term food supply stored within a hive for young bees, is now at risk, according to a new estimate.The scholars are blaming modern monoculture farming, commercial forestry and gardeners could be making it harder for honeybees to store ...
By News Staff
Aggressive Moths More Resilient To Climate Change
More competitive animal species, with males that compete intensively for mates, might be more resilient to the effects of climate change, according to a paper in Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Sexual selection can provide a buffer against climate change and increase adaptation rates within ...
By News Staff
Another Day, Another Organic Milk Recall
Pelleh Farms of Swan Lake, New York has recalled its Pasteurized Whole Organic Milk Non-Homogenized products due to improper pasteurization. At least it was almost pasteurized. In the demographic that thinks organic food is good, vaccines are bad, and science stopped at 1860, raw milk is on trend ...
By News Staff
The Northern White Rhino Should Stay Extinct
A geriatric semi-captive rhino died in Kenya recently. “Sudan”, a 45-year-old northern white rhino was put to sleep as vets decided, after months of ill health, that his condition had deteriorated to the point where the levels of pain and quality of life were unacceptable.From a conservation ...
By The Conversation
If Your Doctor Talks About Homeopathy, You Have A Terrible Doctor
Homeopathy, a belief from 200 years ago that if you took something that mimicked the symptoms of a disease you could prevent a disease, or that extremely diluted water with a molecule of something will be curative, has never been shown to work in any clinical trial.Nonetheless, some people swear ...
By News Staff
Medical Marijuana Won't Help Fight The Opioid Epidemic - It May Enable It
Advocates are claiming medical marijuana can help to fight the opioid epidemic but data show the opposite. Rather than being at lower risk, people who use medical marijuana may be at higher risk for non-medical prescription drug use.Much of medical marijuana usage was always recreational and a ...
By News Staff
Vaccines: Decades Of Misinformation Have Succeeded
Though less than a dozen school children will be slain by a gun in any given year, American society is mobilized with marches and media against firearms. Meanwhile, on average 55,000 Americans will die from the flu, which has a vaccine. In states like California, anti-vaccine sentiment ran so high ...
By News Staff
People Would Rather Pop A Pill Than Exercise To Lower High Blood Pressure
When the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention drastically lowered the 'blood sugar' level, the HbA1C test, to 5.7 percent for a potential precursor to disease labeled "prediabetes" the rest of the world jeered. In China, that would mean 500 million people worried they have a disease ...
By News Staff
Asperger Killed Disabled Kids For The Nazis
All of the intellectual elites who joke they have Asperger's or are "on the spectrum" as an excuse for behavior they know is simply annoying or weird are now going to bring that to a full stop. It's going to be a lot cooler to just admit they are annoying or weird.The reason is because a new analysis ...
By News Staff
Phil/Evo Fundaments Of Our Deceiving In Denial, Justifying With Obvious Lies II: The Very Bottom
Any justification is fundamentally deception because there is no link from fundamental meaninglessness to why I should go on living. My a priori finding myself embodied in a world and the necessary physical causal creation myth involving emergence by algorithmic evolution necessitates my finding ...
By Sascha Vongehr
No, Losing Your Money Does Not Increase Risk Of Death
A recent analysis links sudden loss of wealth in middle or old age with a 50 percent higher risk of dying than those who do not have such loss. The effect can last for two decades, and whether participants are very wealthy or have only modest savings made no difference.The paper is in the Journal ...
By News Staff
Virtual Reality Improves Empathy In Domestic Abusers
A virtual reality system for men who committed a domestic violence crime allows them to 'get into the victim’s shoes' - not by beating them, that likely caused the cycle of violence, according to sociologists. Instead, the belief is that violent people have a lack of emotional recognition and ...
By News Staff
YouTube's Unwitting $1 Million Doomsday Incentive Each Year - Teens Panic & Suicidal - Time To End Ads On Doomsday Videos
These channels specialize in uploading evidence of 'Nibiru', a modern myth, a planet that supposedly is about to hit Earth or fly past, always in the near future. This will seem absurd to you if you have a decent scientific background, but these people do not. They missed out on astronomy or science ...
By Robert Walker
The Wisdom Of Crowds - Now With Even More Wisdom
In 1907,Francis Galton recorded the entries from a competition where people guessed the weight of an ox. After analyzing hundreds of estimates the statistician found that while individual guesses varied wildly, the median of the entries was surprisingly accurate, within one percent of the ox's ...
By News Staff
Mass Hysteria: Are You One Of 10,000s Celebrating Surviving End Of World? - It's Normal To Still Get Panic Attacks For Weeks
This is another of my posts to help victims of fake doomsdays. For the last three weeks we've had constant PM's and comments on Doomsday Debunked as a result of a viral hoax that pranked probably hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. Many of them are young children still at school who came ...
By Robert Walker
TROLL ALERT: Thousands Panic Over Fake Voice Mail - Warning Alien Invasion On April 18 - Alleged From MH370 Black Box‽
This is going viral on Facebook and scaring thousands of people, many panic attacks, some suicidal. This is another of my Doomsday Debunked posts to help these vulnerable people, many of them young children, still at school, who read about this on their mobile devices. Ever since March 14th I've ...
By Robert Walker
Transgender activism must not prevent people from using their common everyday senses to tell who...  more »
You cannot make this up; as a movie this would be too cliché, unbelievable. Antifa and Jews are...  more »
There are people who consider themselves atheists because they cannot justify or understand the...  more »
Yesterday's seminar at CERN by Giuseppe Ruggiero unveiled the preliminary results of a search for...  more »
A recent article published in Science suggests 2 types of bacteria appear to trigger the growth...  more »