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Nikola Tesla’s
Teleforce “Death Ray”

Nikola Tesla was a Serbian scientist whose inventions include the Tesla coil, alternating-current (AC) electricity, and the discovery of the rotating magnetic field.

August 16, 2021 — Throughout his life, Nikola Tesla sought to solve some of science’s greatest mysteries. The brilliant inventor had lived a remarkable life — churning out innovations like alternating-current electricity and even had the foresight to imagine a world of “wireless communication.” But when he died alone and broke in New York City, he left behind a wealth of mysteries and what-ifs.

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Romanian Skull Shakes Up Theories of Evolution

Swedish DNA researchers suggest Ice Age Europeans migrated to North Africa during the Last Glacial Period around 45,000 years ago.

May 24, 2021 — Researchers led by Sweden’s Uppsala-University-geneticist Mattias Jakobsson have super-sequenced the genome of a woman who lived in Europe some 35,000 years ago. FULL STORY »



Scientists Enliven Pair of Ancient Roundworms

Ancient nematodes (roundworms) found in the Siberian permafrost of Russia have been defrosted — and returned back to life.

April 8, 2021 — In a recent report by The Siberian Times, it is stated Russian scientists “defrosted” and brought two roundworms back to life that had been frozen in the Arctic permafrost for a rather mindblowing 40,000 years. FULL STORY »



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