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Scientists believe the Earth had water before we had the moon, according to surprising new study

Before the moon, there was water on Earth. This was the conclusion a group of scientists arrived upon after they studied lunar rocks from all six of the Apollo missions and investigated volcanic rocks from the Earth’s oceans.

Mystery from space: Scientists record three new fast radio bursts – could aliens be trying to communicate with us?

Fast radio bursts (FRBs) are radio emissions characterized by their intensity and briefness.

3D-printed microneedles that can dissolve in your skin created by researchers

Taking medicine intravenously can sometimes be a painful and arduous task. And apart from simply being a little dangerous, most people are simply afraid of the needles used to administer intravenous medicine as well.

Experimenting on embryonic humans is evil and must be opposed

LONDON, England, October 16, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) -- UK scientists are experimenting on seven-day old humans to learn how to “edit” DNA before killing them and discarding them.

A team from the Francis Crick Institute is using “excess" living human embryos for their experiments who were frozen for in-vitro fertilization (IVF). They then "edit" the human DNA by taking out a vital gene from "healthy, normal" embryos.

States the BBC:

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Brain Dead Patients Could Be Brought ‘Back to Life’ in Groundbreaking Stem Cell Therapy

This is not about creating zombies-those so-called living (or walking) dead that are very popular and make a really great theme for TV shows and movies.

Even the Game of Thrones has its version of the living dead with them nasty creatures called White Walkers and Wights.

But then again, that’s only science fiction, isn’t it? Well, maybe not. In fact, this science-fiction plot could soon play out in real life. Read on.

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Plant roots grow and spread like neurons in the human brain, shocked scientists discover

A research project that was conducted by a team of researchers at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in San Diego, California that was titled A Statistical Description of Plant Shoot Architecture and was published in the journal Current Biology, concluded that plants grow very similarly like neurons in the human brain.