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New Research Finds Link Between Hunting and Penis Size - Via Diminutive Male Genitalia Disorder Research Organiza
Science & Tech  (tags: Science, Research, Humans, Hunting, Canned Hunting, Psychology, Society, Interesting News )

Victoria
- 1955 days ago - dmgd.org
Scientific research by the DMGDRO proves that hunters with a small penis have a genetic disorder with a destructive coping mechanism where they derive pleasure from "controlled victim" aggression manifestation eg canned hunting. Hunters need therapy.
Article - Meditation Directly Alters Gene Molecules To Reduce Stress - Via The Mind Unleashed
Science & Tech  (tags: Science, Research, Genes, Mindfulness Meditation, Spiritual Science, Interesting News )

Victoria
- 1977 days ago - themindunleashed.org
A new Dec 2013 study by researchers in the US, Spain, and France reports the first evidence of specific molecular changes in the body following a period of mindfulness meditation. The meditators were calmer and had reduced stress on a molecular level.
Confirmed: DNA From Genetically Modified Crops Can Be Transferred Into Humans Who Eat Them - Collective Evolution
Science & Tech  (tags: Science, Research, Genetic Modification, GMOs, DNA, Food, Human Health Risks, Safety Concerns, Interesting News )

Victoria
- 1991 days ago - collective-evolution.com
In a new study published in the peer reviewed Public Library of Science (PLOS), researchers emphasize that there IS sufficient evidence that meal-derived DNA fragments carry complete genes that can enter into the human circulation system.
300+ Groups Urge Climate Scientist Dr. Hansen to Rethink Support of Nuclear Power - Via EcoWatch
Science & Tech  (tags: Nuclear Power, Global Warming, Sustainability, Humans, Health, Safety concerns, World, Interesting News )

Victoria
- 1992 days ago - ecowatch.com
311 US and international environmental and clean energy groups said yesterday that nuclear power is NOT the solution to global warming, "It is simply not feasible for nuclear power to be a part of a sustainable, safe and affordable future for humankind".
New Research Finds Electrical Current in Plants - Clean Energy? - Via Why Don't You Try This?
Science & Tech  (tags: Interesting News, Science and Technology, Plant Research, Electricity, CO2 emissions, Nanotechnology, Energy Technology )

Victoria
- 2044 days ago - whydontyoutrythis.com
Stanford engineers have generated an electrical current by tapping into and siphoning off the electrons of individual algae cells using a gold nanoelectrode. This is carbon-free bioelectricity with no CO2 emissions, by-products are protons and oxygen.
   

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