‘Axolotl weirdos can regrow their brains’…

HWH Comment: My question is why scientists would think it okay to dissect an Axolotl in a laboratory? If they have brains, then they feel pain. Scientists absent a conscience. What do you think they’ll do with that knowledge? Use it to apply to humans, hoping someday we’ll be able to automatically regrow damaged brainContinue reading “‘Axolotl weirdos can regrow their brains’…”

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Lab-made mouse embryos grew brains and beating hearts

Lab-made mouse embryos grew brains and beating hearts, just like the real thing HWH Comment: What’s the point? Lab-made mouse embryos grew brains and beating hearts, just like the real thing. Next stop humans? The perfect human? Scientists have no collective conscience. They need to get one, before the world turns on them. Synthetic miceContinue reading “Lab-made mouse embryos grew brains and beating hearts”

Brain shrinkage linked to COVID-19 | Live Science

Brain shrinkage linked to COVID-19 By Nicoletta Lanese COVID-19 may shrink the brain’s gray matter, primarily in areas of the brain involved in smell and memory processing, a large study suggests. These distinct changes in brain structure crop up in both people who required hospitalization for COVID-19 and those who had less severe infections, according to theContinue reading “Brain shrinkage linked to COVID-19 | Live Science”

New Intel. Earth Core Mushy? Live Science Tells

HWH: NEW FORM OF MATTER – NOT LIQUID. NOT SOLID. MAYBE LIKE HOT LAVA FLOW? It sloshes, like egg whites thinking about going crazy in a bowl of broken soft shells? Aluminum? Alloy. Superionic? I thought that said supersonic. Sounds like solid and liquid don’t like to mingle, like oil and water. “”superionic state” —Continue reading “New Intel. Earth Core Mushy? Live Science Tells”

Oviruptorid Dinosaur Hatches Like A Bird

Impeccably preserved dinosaur embryo looks as if it ‘died yesterday’ HWH Comment: It doesn’t really look like it died yesterday, since the preserved egg contained bones absent the flesh. The photo that includes the flesh is an artist’s rendition of how the bird dinosaur may have looked just prior to dying. It appears that dinosaursContinue reading “Oviruptorid Dinosaur Hatches Like A Bird”

Quantum crystal could reveal the identity of dark matter | Live Science

Quantum crystal could reveal the identity of dark matter By Adam Mann 1 day ago Beryllium ions might help in the hunt for dark matter. Using a quirk of quantum mechanics, researchers have created a beryllium crystal capable of detecting incredibly weak electromagnetic fields. The work could one day be used to detect hypothetical dark matter particles called axions. TheContinue reading “Quantum crystal could reveal the identity of dark matter | Live Science”

Alien life could thrive on big ‘Hycean’ exoplanets | Live Science

Alien life could thrive on big ‘Hycean’ exoplanets By Mike Wall about 22 hours ago Hycean planets are up to 2.5 times bigger than Earth, with oceans and hydrogen-rich atmospheres.  (Image credit: Amanda Smith, Nikku Madhusudhan ) The search for alien life should broaden its horizons a bit, a new study suggests Alien hunters have to date focusedContinue reading “Alien life could thrive on big ‘Hycean’ exoplanets | Live Science”

Astronomers Find Circular Rings Unusual In The Sky

HWH Commentary: As “Circular Rings” they describe them to the world. How redundant is that? You’re supposed to be the ultimate IN science of the universe people and you say in a title – circular rings? A ring is circular. Mysterious? The universe is made of arcs. Arcs are circular. What’s so mysterious about that?Continue reading “Astronomers Find Circular Rings Unusual In The Sky”