Author: Amy

Anonymous Hacker Group say NASA Made contact with Aliens

Anonymous the hacker collective have released a video repeating claims that NASA is about to announce contact with Aliens. VIDEO BELOW  The video, released Tuesday on an unofficial YouTube channel claiming to be affiliated with Anonymous, repeats the text of three articles from the conspiracy website Ancient-Code.com. The video contains advertisements and has got over half a million views so far. Recent discoveries both in our solar system and beyond have in fact boosted the hopes of those who long for first contact with alien life. Scientists in April announced that the Cassini space probe had discovered hydrogen on...

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Most Liveable US Cities and Cities Around The World

You’ll Never Guess these two Surprising US Cities Ranked Best for Living in and the Two Top World Cities for Livability   Deciding to move to a new city can be daunting, especially in a country like the US. So many states and cities to choose from. A reason often needed for moving is better jobs prospect and a better quality of living. We have found two surprising cities that always rank highly for both. America is such a bountiful and large nation that we need to look at the most liveable city ranked from its own US city...

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Artificial Intelligence to unlock the Dolphin Language – so we can Talk to them.

Dolphins are highly intelligent sea animals and researchers found they have a highly evolved language. They communicate to each other in sentences constructed from patterns of clicks and pulses. Now we may be able to translate the dolphin language and discover what they are saying. Using A.I., artificial intelligence, researchers hope to create a dolphin language dictionary. The Swedish scientists will use technology from language analysis startup Gavagai AB. The hope is humans will eventually be able to communicate with animals. Scientists at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology will use Gavagai’s AI software to unlock the secrets of...

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Cancer Causing Chemical Hiding in Everyday Bathroom Products 

An everyday item in your shower could be hiding a carcinogenic chemical linked to causing cancer. And even though it is a known carcinogenic, manufacturers and companies do not have to list it on their products ingredients list.  Below are the most common bath products that contain the toxic substance 1,4-dioxane. Shampoo Shower gel  Hand soap Lotions Two US Senators are now leading a public push to ban the chemical. The toxin easily dissolves in water and is a clear liquid. 1,4-dioxane is made through a process called ethoxylation. This is where ethylene oxide  –  a well known breast carcinogen – is added to other chemicals to lessen their harshness. The FDA are fully aware of the use of the toxic substance in everyday bathroom products and do have a federal law in place to stop the carcinogen being used. The FDA encourages manufacturers to stop the use of the toxin. Studies on laboratory rats showed that when the rats inhaled vapours of 1,4- dioxide for most of their lives or drank laced wayer, they developed; Cancer inside the nose  Cancer in the abdominal cavity Liver cancer The rats that drank the chemical laced water were the group that developed liver cancer. The nose and abdominal cancer developed from the vapour breathing test. The studies are limited and not a lot of research can be found on the effects...

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Underground alien city on Mars 

The area of Mars famous for its amazing honeycomb like formations. But a Alien expert has asserted the area named ‘Noctis Labyrinthyus’ (translated to Labrinth of the night), could be home to more than the boulders or sand dunes found there. And could be an alien city. Scroll down for video  NASA has shared an image taken by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. The image shows the region between Valles Marinerisan the Tharsis upland. NASA has put forward a theory that the honeycomb formations are a result of sedimentary deposits being shifted as the area erodes. Others suggest it is...

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