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5G Wireless and the Weather

The natural frequency of water vapor, which is crucial to meteorologists, “may be degraded or lost due to growing interference from the broader adoption of 5G.

The wireless systems that deliver data to mobile phones (and so many other devices, including industrial robots, security cameras, drones and more)  are getting an upgrade; one that, according to The New York Times, will offer mobile internet speeds that allow “people to download entire movies within seconds and most likely

New Study Finds Psychedelics May Help Alcoholics Stop Drinking

A John Hopkins University study that found that 80 percent of its participants were able to overcome their alcoholism after consuming psychedelic drugs,

Recently, a team of researchers from John Hopkins University conducted a study that found that 80 percent of its participants were able to overcome their alcoholism after consuming psychedelic drugs, “suggesting that these mind-altering substances could have a key role to play in the treatment of addictions,” IFLScience.com reported.

 

A Year in Space: The NASA Twins Study

Starting in March 2015, NASA astronaut Scott Kelly spent 340 days aboard the International Space Station, participating in a study designed to examine the challenges of space travel

Starting in March 2015, NASA astronaut Scott Kelly spent 340 days aboard the International Space Station, participating in a study designed to examine the challenges of space travel. This study is approximately twice as long as previous studies. While a team of scientists tracked his body’s responses to long-term space flight, they simultaneously tracked his identical twin brother, Mark, back on Earth.

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