Category Archives: Science Bits

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China – Shenzhou 11 Launched to Tiangong-2 Space Station

China heads to space and their space station, shooting for the moon in 2025. Continue reading

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A Very Good Boron Video

A fascinating video on Boron that lays out how it is transported in our bodies, what it does, and how it works to decrease bone and kidney stone problems, reduce arthritis, and help mental function. Continue reading

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Life – K from a nice volcanic mud puddle…

Life originating in a mud puddle, not the ocean, explains a lot. Continue reading

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Micro-Spherical Rain vs Flat Land and Fictional Sky

What can virga and the geometry of rain provide in the way of insight? Enough to matter, I think. Continue reading

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LENR / LANR in 1956?, Ponderomotive?

Did someone patent a Cold Fusion / LENR / LANR device in 1956? (Does it work?… looks easy to validate). Is this related to pondermotive forces? And what are pondermotives anyway? Continue reading

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Quantum Tunneling Water?

Talk about unsettling settled science… Some folks have found that water will quantum tunnel, sort of, and has a ‘new state of matter’… Continue reading

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US Navy Patent on LENR / LANR Particle Source

The US Navy claims to have control of LENR / LANR enough to give your choice of soft X-rays on up to neutrons and more. They even have a patent on it that goes into great detail on how to DIY. So I’m of the opinion that it works. Continue reading

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