Video Podcast – Go outside – Kill the Virus – Unlikely Ally – Best of the Best

by: Brent Smith

The UV Rays in Sunlight kill the coronavirus. So get out of the house. Defy your Governors insane orders and live.

Never thought I’d say this, but we conservatives have found an ally in the Atlantic online magazine that have joined us in the war against internet media giants like Facebook, Google and Twitter. They’re curtailing are free speech rights.

I found the Best of the Best guitar player and it couldn’t be guessed in a million years. But once you’ve seen this single performance, you may just agree. read more

Making Graphene Paint a Reality

Researchers have found a simple way to make graphene disperse in water, paving the way for graphene-based inks or paints
Researchers have found a simple way to make graphene disperse in water, paving the way for graphene-based inks or paints

Graphene may be versatile, but there’s one thing it’s not all that good at – dispersing in water. Now, researchers at Umeå University have found a relatively simple way to do it. Graphene oxide is a different form of the material that can make for stable water dispersion, which can then be used as a kind of graphene paint. read more

Unique Recycling of Rocket Boosters

Rocket Lab tested out its aerial booster recovery technique in New Zealand in early March
Rocket Lab tested out its aerial booster recovery technique in New Zealand in early March
Rocket Lab

Recovering rockets for re-use is becoming a key consideration for those in the private spaceflight game, with the likes of SpaceX and Blue Origin leading the charge. Rocket Lab is looking to join the party by collecting the first stage of its Electron launch vehicle in midair using a helicopter, a method that it has now successfully demonstrated over the open ocean in New Zealand.

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WND Exclusive – What does it mean to return to ‘normal’?

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

When will we return to normal?

It’s a good question, and one that will spawn a variety of answers for a variety of reasons.

A few days ago, journalist Sharyl Attkisson released the results of an online poll she conducted.

Although it’s an “unscientific” poll, it’s probably as accurate as any other.

The poll centered on when our lives may return to normal.

Here are a few of the results: read more

New Cardiac Repair Patch

Scientists have developed an "off-the-shelf" cardiac patch that boosted recovery of damaged hearts in rats and pigs
Scientists have developed an “off-the-shelf” cardiac patch that boosted recovery of damaged hearts in rats and pigs
NC State University

One of the ways medical researchers are looking to offer heart attack sufferers a greater chance of full recovery is through cardiac patches. These medical devices are designed to help regenerate healthy tissue after the injury and restore the organ to proper function, and scientists at North Carolina State University have now developed an “off-the-shelf” version they say overcomes some of the dangers of other approaches. read more

Proton Battery Charges in Minutes

Researchers have developed an organic proton battery (not pictured) that is about the size of a button cell battery
Researchers have developed an organic proton battery (not pictured) that is about the size of a button cell battery

Researchers at Uppsala University have developed a new type of experimental proton battery that’s built with entirely organic components, making it much more environmentally friendly than most. On top of that, it can also be charged in a matter of minutes and can function at very low temperatures. read more

Let’s Make a Record

The Instant Record Cutting Machine will ship with a printed magazine documenting the development process and more
The Instant Record Cutting Machine will ship with a printed magazine documenting the development process and more
Yuri Suzuki

Musician and designer Yuri Suzuki has collaborated with Japanese education company Gakken to create a cute little record cutting machine that gets music-making consumers cutting their own five-inch vinyl records in a few short minutes. read more

A Sponge to Stop Cancer?

A sea sponge that inhabits Manado Bay, Indonesia, may be the source of a new drug to fight cervical cancer
A sea sponge that inhabits Manado Bay, Indonesia, may be the source of a new drug to fight cervical cancer

The natural world is a huge source of life-saving drugs, with plants and animals providing us with all kinds of therapeutic compounds throughout human history. That extends to the sponges that inhabit the seas, with new research detailing how a molecule derived from an Indonesian sea sponge species proved capable of preventing cervical cancer growth in the lab. read more

BMW is Ready for Cruising Season

BMW R18 Cruiser: the new 1.8-liter boxer twin looks enormous, both externally and internally
BMW R18 Cruiser: the new 1.8-liter boxer twin looks enormous, both externally and internally
BMW Motorrad
The biggest boxer engine to ever grace a BMW series production motorcycle is destined to take the fight straight to Harley-Davidson and Indian.

Less than a year after blasting onto the stage at the Concorso d’ Eleganza Villa d’ Este in Italy, what began as the Concept R18 has evolved to become a fully-fledged production model. Meet BMW’s big, burly, bare-knuckled Cruiser. read more

Female Wild Mammals Live Longer than Males

Orcas are one of the mammal species in which the difference between female and male lifespans is most apparent
Orcas are one of the mammal species in which the difference between female and male lifespans is most apparent
kamchatka/Depositphotos

It’s already a well-known fact that on average, women live longer than men. A European study, however, now indicates that the difference between male and female lifespans is even more pronounced in other types of mammals. read more