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Stanford Engineers Combine Computer with Living Human Cell; Matrix/Terminator and Star Trek Gain (M/T+1=39%, ST+1=81%)

Posted March 29th, 2013 Biological computer created at Stanford By Lisa M. Krieger (San Jose Mercury News) In the foreseeable future, humans might carry microscopic natural computers inside their cells that could guard against disease and warn of toxic threats based on a Read More >

Man-Made Climate Change Could Be Extending Antarctic ‘Melting Season’ Raising Sea Levels and Warming Oceans Creating Extreme Weather Patterns and More Destructive Storms Which Threaten Global Food Supply; Armageddon/Waterworld and Soylent Green Gain, Star Trek Tumbles (A/W+1=89%, SG+1=87%, ST-2=80%)

Posted March 27th, 2013 Antarctic Peninsula Getting Warmer, Man-Made Global Warming May Be Prolonging The Melting Season By James A. Foley (Nature World News) The Antarctic Peninsula is warming much faster than the rest of Antarctica with research showing that over the Read More >

New Quantum Computer ‘Could Herald a New Era in Computing and Problem Solving’; Matrix/Terminator and Star Trek Rise (M/T+1=38%, ST+1=82%)

Posted March 23rd, 2013 Lockheed Martin Quantum Computer Speeds Through Problems Millions of Times Faster By Catherine Griffin (Science World Report) Computers are performing faster than ever before. But now, D-Wave Systems’ quantum computer could outstrip even the Read More >

NASA’s Underfunded Asteroid Tracking Program Leaves Thousands of ‘Potential City Killers’ Undetected; Armageddon/Waterworld Rises (A/W+1=88%)

Posted March 19th, 2013 NASA officials say asteroid detection program is behind schedule By Alison Sullivan (Houston Chronicle) The likelihood of a massive meteor slamming into Earth is unlikely to occur anytime soon — but  funding by Congress could help scientists Read More >

ALMA Astronomical Project Will Boldly Look Where No Radio Telescope Has Looked Before; Star Trek Rises (ST+1=81%)

Posted March 13th, 2013 Alma telescope: Ribbon cut on astronomical giant The antennas as sited on the 5,000m-high Chajnantor Plateau in Chile’s Atacama Desert By Vladimir Hernandez (BBC) The ambition of astronomical project Alma, the largest-ever international radio Read More >

SpaceX’s Rocket Reaches New Heights in Latest Test Flight; Star Trek Gains (ST+1=80%)

Posted March 11th, 2013 SpaceX’s Grasshopper Rocket Flies Higher Than Ever in Recent Demo The Grasshopper lifted to 24 stories (262.8 feet) off the ground SpaceX’s Grasshopper test flight – 3/7/2013. By Tiffany Kaiser (Daily Tech) SpaceX took its Read More >

North Korea Rattles Nuclear Saber Over New U.N. Sanctions; Armageddon/Waterworld Rises to Become #1 Threat to Mankind, Star Trek Falls (A/W+1=87%, ST-1=79%)

Posted March 7th, 2013 North Korea rages at new UN sanctions Non-aggression pact with South Korea cancelled, adding to threat of nuclear attack on US and ‘crushing strikes’ on foes A North Korean rally held after the threat to launch a nuclear strike against Read More >

Hollywood Actor Snaps Photo of Possible UFO; Independence Day Rises (ID4+1=9%)

Posted March 6th, 2013 Russell Crowe Claims He Saw a UFO, Posts Snapshots Online The Oscar winner says that he was at his Australian office when a flashing object streaked through the sky. By Jordan Zakarin (The Hollywood Reporter) Did Les Miserables star Russell Crowe Read More >

‘Nightmare Bacteria’ Cases Rising in U.S. Hospitals According to CDC; Twelve Monkeys Gains (TM+1=61%)

Posted March 5th, 2013 CDC: Rare Superbug Hits U.S. Hospitals By John Gever (MedPage Today) Although still unusual, a rising number of U.S. hospitals have reported cases of carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) over the past decade, the CDC reported. In a press Read More >

Sequestration Could Hobble NASA’s Hopes for Future Manned Space Flights; Star Trek Drops (ST-2=80%)

Posted March 4th, 2013 NASA administrator warns of tough times ahead By Emma Woollacott (TG Daily) As NASA’s SpaceX Dragon spacecraft docks with the ISS, its head, Charles Bolden, has warned that recent political events could impact the agency’s mission. e Read More >