Is New Scientific Trial to Revive the Dead a Threat to God’s Final Resurrection of Believers?

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A biomedical company is set to begin experiments using stem cells to revive brain dead patients in a manner that troubles theologians, who question whether this attempt to preempt the Messianic resurrection of the dead should be permitted. One prominent rabbi takes it even further, pointing out the clear and obvious flaw that destines the project to failure. Bioquark, a biomedical startup based in Philadelphia, recently announced that they will begin experiments later this year on patients who have been declared clinically brain dead. The trial will involve a multi-pronged approach, involving injecting stem cells and peptides into the spinal cords, electrical nerve stimulation, and laser therapy. The researchers hope this will grow new neurons and spur them to connect to each other, bringing the brain back to life……..Read More

Nothing is a threat to God He has All things in hand and Nothing takes Him by Surprise

 

Large Bank With Frozen Tears Will Help To Unravel The Mystery Of Why We Cry

IMG_0432.JPGA researcher will build a huge bank filled with frozen human tears. When you first hear about this idea, it may sound very odd and even pointless, but the collected tears will serve as valuable researcher material for scientists around the world. Behind this idea, we find Professor Noam Sobel, of the neurobiology department and the Azrieli Center for Human Brain Imaging, Weizmann Institute of Science, in Rehovot, Israel. Crying is a way of expressing emotions, but Professor Sobel points out that there is no functional explanation for the phenomenon of tears. It’s not clear what purpose they serve. Building a giant bank with froze tears will help scientists to unravel the mystery why we cry……Read More

74 NASA Scientists Dead: Largest Cover-up in Human History Continues


In the video, the narrator begins by questioning the media narratives we’ve being told about a number of “alleged suicides.” Some have made the news, MANY have not, which only further adds to the suspicion of the “official stories.” The narrator begins with a man found after allegedly shooting himself SEVEN times in the head with a nail gun. Suicide? Really? Kind of an odd way to go isn’t it? Those crazy “Conspiracy Theorists” might even say it sounds like he was tortured. Then there was the man found in the bathtub with his throat slit, the strange thing is that the knife was found underneath him at death. Somewhat strange again no?………..Read More

Israeli Scientists Verify Miraculous Bible Event

sun-stand-still-e1496713947421.jpgIsraeli scientists have discovered evidence for an event recorded in the Bible that took place thousands of years ago. University researchers in Israel say they now have proof that a miraculous event recorded in the book of Joshua undoubtedly occurred. According to Scripture, the sun stood still, enabling Joshua to lead the Israelites to victory in the Land of Israel. Israeli scientists have concluded, based on new research, that the event indeed took place, and they were even able to verify the exact date and time…….Read More

Scientists Decode Dreams With Brain Scans

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It used to be that what happened in your dreams was your own little secret. But today scientists report for the first time that they’ve successfully decoded details of people’s dreams using brain scans. Before you reach for your tin hat, you should know that the scientists managed this feat only with the full cooperation of their research subjects, and they only decoded dreams after the fact, not in real time. The thought police won’t be busting you for renting bowling shoes from Saddam Hussein or whatever else you’ve been up to in your dreams. All the same, the work is yet another impressive step for researchers interested in decoding mental states from brain activity, and it opens the door to a new way of studying dreaming, one of the most mysterious and fascinating aspects of the human experience…….Read More

The AI that can see into your imagination: Scientists reveal neural network-based technique to decode brain activity

IMG_0395Scientists in Japan have developed an AI that can decode patterns in the brain to predict what a person is seeing or imagining. In a new study, researchers used signal patterns derived from a deep neural network to predict visual features from fMRI scans. Their ‘decoder’ was able to identify objects with a high degree of accuracy, and the researchers say the breakthrough could pave the way for more advanced ‘brain-machine interfaces.’  ‘When we gaze at an object, our brains process these patterns hierarchically…….Read More

5 Things You Need To Know Before Taking an At-Home Genetic Test

IMG_0388DNA is what makes us who we are. In humans, our genetic makeup is 99.9 percent similar to the person next to us, but that tiny 0.1 percent difference is what makes each of us unique — providing us with traits such as eye and hair color, height, and even disease. Genetic testing is now available for over 2,000 conditions from over 500 different laboratories, according to the National Institutes of Health. As genomic technology grows at a rapid pace, testing that was once reserved for newborn screening exams and a handful of genetic disorders is now commercialized. It’s simple: order, spit, ship, and wait……..Read More