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WOW! Young Teen Manages To Successfully Build NUCLEAR FUSION REACTOR In Home Laboratory

Jackson Oswalt, now 14, achieved the impossible: he built a nuclear fusion device in his home “laboratory” in Memphis, Tennessee at the age of 13-years-old. Unlike some other teens, Oswalt wasn’t interested in playing video games or spending time on social media. Instead, his passion was researching “nuclear-related” things that…

Prestigious Harvard Scientist Believes Extraterrestrials Have Already Visited Earth

A top scientist at Harvard University recently shared his thoughts about the possibility of intelligent alien life. Avi Loeb, the chair of Harvard’s astronomy department, said the following in an interview with The New Yorker: “I do not view the possibility of a technological civilization as speculative, for two reasons.…

Harvard Scientists Plan On “Blocking Out The Sun” To Tackle Climate Change…

Scientists from Harvard are planning on artificially reflecting sunlight through a new geoengineering method, reports Forbes. Weather manipulation, such as cloud seeding, is real and has been around for decades, but this particular experiment is aimed at “tackling climate change” by attempting to control Earth’s temperature. The Stratospheric Controlled Perturbation…

Scientists Successfully Reanimate Dead Brain Cells In Deceased Pigs, But Ethics Professor Warns It Could Lead To A “Living Hell” If Applied To Humans…

Yale University recently announced it had successfully “resurrected” the brains of more than 100 dead pigs using stem cells in a strange, and possibly unethical, scientific experiment. The reanimated pig brains were “kept alive” for three days, which offered a new way to study intact organs in a lab setting.…

Astronomers Pick Up “Unusual Repeating Signal” Emanating From Distant Galaxy…

On Wednesday, BNL News reported astronomers in Canada have picked up strange signals coming from a galaxy over one billion light years away: BREAKING: Astronomers say a telescope in Canada picked up signals emanating from a distant galaxy. Among 13 bursts of fast radio waves, known as FRBs, was a…

On Eve Of New Horizons Flyby, ‘Ultima Thule’ Still Holding Onto Its Mysteries

Source: Spaceflight Now A day before NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft closes in on a frozen outpost nicknamed Ultima Thule 4.1 billion miles (6.6 billion kilometers) from Earth, basic facts about the city-sized object continued to elude scientists Sunday as the ground team braced for a deluge of data and imagery…