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    15 August
    Neuroscience

    Physicist Claims To Have Solved the Mystery of Consciousness

    Lead Image: Scientists have developed a new conceptual and mathematical framework to understand consciousness from a relativistic point of view. According to the theory, all that’s needed to solve the hard problem of consciousness is to change our assumptions about it. When we realize that consciousness is a physical, relativistic phenomenon, the mystery of consciousness naturally dissolves. How do 3 pounds of brain tissue create thoughts, feelings, mental images, and a detailed inner world? The ability of the brain to create consciousness has baffled people for millennia. The mystery of consciousness lies in the fact that each of us has…

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  • 15 August
    Health

    Synthetic “Forever Chemical” Found Widely in the Environment Linked to Liver Cancer

    Lead Image: Exposure to a synthetic PFAS chemical found widely in the environment is linked to the most common type of liver cancer. Keck School of Medicine of USC scientists discover that a common man-made polyfluoroalkyl substance (PFAS) may elevate risk of liver cancer. New research links exposure to a synthetic chemical found widely in the environment to non-viral hepatocellular carcinoma, the most common type of liver cancer. Scientists from the Keck School of Medicine of USC conducted the study, which was published on August 8, 2022, in the journal JHEP Reports. The chemical, called perfluooctane sulfate or PFOS, is…

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  • 14 August
    Health

    New Research Finds That People With Anorexia Have Smaller Brains

    Lead Image: Anorexia is an eating disorder that causes individuals to be overly concerned with their appearance and diet. The largest study to date reveals significant alterations in brain structure in anorexic individuals. Important differences in the brains of those with and without anorexia nervosa have been found, according to a major study headed by neuroscientists at the University of Bath (UK) that involved worldwide collaborators. In the UK, nearly a quarter of a million individuals aged 16 and older are affected by anorexia, a severe eating disorder, and mental health condition. Symptoms include individuals seeking to maintain the lowest possible…

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  • 14 August
    Business

    Where to Focus Your Attention for Online Business Presence

    Creating an online presence for your business is essential, especially if you have yet to do so. By having it, you are giving customers another way to find out about your business and what you have to offer. It is essential if you are a small business, as it can be challenging to stand out from the competition. An online presence can help you build customer relationships and a loyal following. People who know who you are and what you stand for are more likely to do business with you. Additionally, online platforms provide a way for customers to give…

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  • 13 August
    Marine Biology

    A Scarier Predator: Great White Sharks Have Been Fearfully Avoiding Their Normal Gathering Place

    Lead Image: Lead author Alison Towner with the carcass of a Great White Shark washed up on shore following an Orca attack. Credit: Marine Dynamics/ Dyer Island Conservation Trust. Image by Hennie Otto The new research adds to our knowledge of how Great Whites employ their “flight” instincts to evade predators over long periods of time and in groups. Large numbers of Great White Sharks have been driven away from their normal gathering place by a pair of Orca (Killer Whales) who have been terrorizing and slaughtering the sharks off the coast of South Africa since 2017. New research published…

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