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Scientists Finally Admit Humans Have Neurological Link to Earth’s Magnetic FieldFeatured News

Scientists Finally Admit Humans Have Neurological Link to Earth’s Magnetic Field

For some creatures, the magnetic field that hugs our planet serves as a compass for navigation or orientation. Migratory birds,
Brazil’s Bolsonaro visits CIA before Trump on first US tripConspiracy or Not

Brazil’s Bolsonaro visits CIA before Trump on first US trip

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has made his geopolitical priorities clear, dropping by CIA headquarters for a clandestine chat on his
Jack the Ripper finally identified, forensic scientists claimThe Unknown

Jack the Ripper finally identified, forensic scientists claim

Jack the Ripper, the notorious serial killer who terrorized the streets of London more than a century ago, may have

France to ban Yellow Vest protests in ‘worst hit’ areas if radicals spotted

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said Paris could soon ban protests in “worst hit” neighborhoods, after radical protesters turned a
Long missions risk activating herpes virus, NASA warns astronautsScience & Space

Long missions risk activating herpes virus, NASA warns astronauts

NASA has warned its astronauts and International Space Station crews that long spaceflight missions risk triggering herpes eruptions as their
Sweden’s first hijab-wearing MP grilled for proposing RACE–based nationwide registerRandom News

Sweden’s first hijab-wearing MP grilled for proposing RACE–based nationwide register

A Swedish lawmaker of Somalian origin has sparked outrage after she put forward the idea of establishing an “equality data”
FDA to Shut Down Adult Stem Cell Therapy as Healing Successes are Experienced GloballyFood & Health News

FDA to Shut Down Adult Stem Cell Therapy as Healing Successes are Experienced Globally

Adult stem cell therapy is enjoying widespread success around the world, but if the FDA gets its way, it may
European air regulator doesn’t trust American FAA, Keeps 737 MAX groundedMore News

European air regulator doesn’t trust American FAA, Keeps 737 MAX grounded

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) will keep Boeing’s 737 MAX 8 grounded until it performs its own safety tests