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Cool Article: A Bionic Lens Undergoing Clinical Trials Could Give You Superhuman Abilities In Two Years

Bionic Eye

  A product currently undergoing clinical trials and which could be available to the public in less than 3 years has the potential to make any recipient of the surgery have vision abilities comparable to something otherwise only found in comic books and movies.  A recent article at BigThink.com states: …

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Finding Life in Warm Oceans Under Frozen Moons and Planets

Extraterrestrial Life May Be Hiding in Subsurface Oceans

There has been a recent flurry of articles postulating the existence of life in warm oceans that exist under the the frozen exteriors of moons in our Solar System and possible worlds and moons of far away star systems. http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/10/why-haven-t-we-had-alien-contact-blame-icy-ocean-worlds  http://www.newsweek.com/alien-atlantis-extraterrestrial-life-may-be-hiding-subsurface-oceans-distant-692580 https://www.space.com/38577-fermi-paradox-alien-life-buried-oceans.html https://www.airspacemag.com/daily-planet/new-classification-system-water-based-life-180965341/ https://cosmosmagazine.com/space/fermi-s-paradox-finished-perhaps-et-is-abundant-and-we-just-can-t-see-it It is exciting to think about …

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Government Cannot Take Away Gun Rights…Or They Can Take them All

Gun Control

The government didn’t give us our rights and they cannot take them away. When I was a young man I was not very religious.  Yet even during the most secular times of my life, I always appreciated that the constitution of the United States states that our rights are given to …

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Do you have freedom of speech at your workplace?

  Many people are defending the disgraceful actions of NFL players who are kneeling during the flag as nothing more than American citizens exercising their freedom of speech. The obvious response is that, while the players do have the right to do so, all Americans should always honor our flag …

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Ants Give Us a Hint on The Genetics of Extending Lifespans

Ant mutation manipulation gene CRISPR control life span

Ants Give Us a Hint on The Genetics of Extending Lifespans The Washington Post recently published an interesting article about how scientists have used the gene-editing technology called CRISPR to create “mutant ants” that behave differently because the scientists were able to turn off many of the ants olfactory genes. …

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Democrat Party Civil War Starting Soon

Democrat Party Civil War

I’m starting to see among some Democrats the introspection and critiquing one would expect from a political party that has taken an almost decade-long electoral drubbing.   Some of the Democrat party’s deep-thinkers that have decades of liberal credentials are finally stepping up to the plate and saying that their …

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Debbie Wasserman Schultz And the Pakistani Fraudsters

Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida

The ongoing embarrassment to the 23th Congressional District of Florida who is otherwise known as U.S. Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz has once again made national news with her underhanded dealings. The National Review wrote an in-depth article on Schultz and some Pakistani contractors. The primary contractor, Imran Awan, was arrested …

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The Dems are terrified that AG Sessions will be like AG Eric Holder

Attorney General Jeff Sessions

It looks like we’ve come to an end to the delay tactics from Democrats in the approval of Senator Jeff Sessions to become the next Attorney General. The only reason his nomination was being held up by Senate committee review was that his vote was needed in the Senate to …

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Liberal Media Gives President Obama False Approval Numbers

Barack Obama

As time goes by and it is increasingly recognized that President Obama’s 8 years were utter failures in terms of legislature, economy, international affairs, etc., you can count on the fact that liberal supporters will repeated state some variation of “He left office with high approval numbers”. It is important …

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