March 10, 2014
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Salem-News.com (Mar-09-2014 18:08)
Riddles of the UniverseEdsel Chromie Salem-News.com
The problem is that the theorists have defined a photon as a particle instead of a wave length of electromagnetic energy.
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On Feb. 12, 2014 the Science Channel broadcast a program titled “Riddles of the Universe.” The program addresses the failure of scientists to understand the relationship between quantum physics and relativity as well as dark energy and dark matter. So they have added to the confusion by resorting to the invention of a chameleon representing dark energy in an attempt to explain dark energy.
Salem-News.com (Feb-20-2014 11:41)
New Study: `Remarkable` Deterioration in Memory Functions of Seniors Infected by Common Parasite Found in Free-roaming CatsSalem-News.com
The connection with cats—the sole, definitive host of this parasite—is unquestionable.
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A new study just published in the scientific journal Brain, Behavior, and Immunity documents what scientists describe as “remarkable” working memory performance reductions in seniors 65 and older that test positive for infection by the parasite Toxoplasma gondii.
Salem-News.com (Feb-20-2014 10:11)
Europe`s Seas: A Valuable Asset that Must be Used SustainablySalem-News.com
In the last 25 years, sea surface temperatures have increased approximately 10 times faster than in other similar periods during the previous century or beyond.
Many of Europe’s marine species, habitats and ecosystems have been under threat for decades.
Salem-News.com (Feb-17-2014 22:22)
Oregon Researchers Say Ancient Herring Catch Nets Fisheries WeaknessSalem-News.com
"This research by Drs. McKechnie and Moss furthers our understanding of the evolution of coastal ecology and may lead to improved management of forage fisheries in the future." - Kimberly Andrews Espy, UO Graduate School
Archaeological data from 171 sites in southeast Alaska, British Columbia and Washington indicate that management efforts along the Pacific Coast need to take a longer view into the past to better protect fisheries for the future.
Salem-News.com (Feb-08-2014 15:11)
Electromagnetic Loops & WeatherEdsel Chromie Salem-News.com
Satellite photos and data have already proven that I was right in 1978 when I stated electricity and planetary magnetic fields were the same.
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I am making another attempt to convince the meteorologists that weather patterns are influenced by electromagnetic energy.
Salem-News.com (Feb-07-2014 12:08)
Up to One Billion Birds May Be Killed Annually in Building Collisions, New Study SaysSalem-News.com
Low-Rise Buildings and Residences Pose Bigger Mortality Threat than Skyscrapers.
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The most comprehensive study of its kind has been completed, involving the review and analysis of almost two dozen studies and over 92,000 records involving bird death.
Salem-News.com (Jan-30-2014 18:43)
What the Heck is Going on With Snow Refusing to Melt, is it a Hoax or Real?Tim King Salem-News.com
Heated snow leaves no distinct water or visible moisture...
A number of YouTube users are posting video of what they say, is snow that will not melt. I am watching the videos that are being added online and it is starting to pique my curiosity.
Salem-News.com (Jan-30-2014 12:43)
Researchers in Gaza ``Develop Cure for Hepatitis C``Tim King Salem-News.com
Essentially cut off from the world, they are hoping that scientists in Sweden will take interest in further testing. (Includes Swedish translation)
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A team of researchers on the Gaza Strip say they have created a cure for hepatitis type B and, more importantly, hepatitis type C.
Salem-News.com (Jan-30-2014 11:06)
Zebra Fish Fins Help Oregon Researchers Gain Insight Into Bone RegenerationSalem-News.com
Bone regrowth in humans may be enhanced by manipulating activities of opposing molecular pathways
University of Oregon biologists say they have opened the window on the natural process of bone regeneration in zebra fish, and that the insights they gained could be used to advance therapies for bone fractures and disease.
Salem-News.com (Jan-29-2014 20:41)
Oregon Researchers Show how Building Design Impacts Indoor BacteriaSalem-News.com
Research center aims to understand the 'indoor microbiome' and improve it through architectural design
The Lillis Business Complex set the bar for sustainable buildings 10 years ago when it opened at the University of Oregon.
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