Daily Archives: Tuesday January 23rd, 2018

Medicament (clotho): goodbye anti aging

Clotho, one of the Three Fates of Greek mythology, carried the weighty responsibility of spinning the thread of human life. It seems fitting then that a protein linked to reducing and extending life spans should take its name from this mythic figure. Researchers discovered the klotho protein in 1997, when they found that diminished levels seemed to make the animals ...

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Syria – U.S. Traps Itself & Commits To Occupation

The Trump administration policy in Syria is finally coming into daylight. It has decided to permanently separate north-east of Syria from the rest of Syria with the rather comical idea that this will keep Iranian influence out of Syria and give the U.S. a voice in a final Syrian settlement. This move lacks strategical foresight: The U.S.-led Coalition against Islamic ...

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A new Israel with Kurdish suit…

By: Thierry Meyssan Turkey is currently developing a new foreign policy in two directions, first , it’s preparing to invade northern Greece. Second, it is helping in the  preparation of the next British operation in the region. To achieve this, it has deployed 1,500 troops in Somalia, 35,000 in Qatar and is deploying a military unit in Sudan. All these ...

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The Syrian Wheat and its Role in the Agricultural Sector

Agriculture played an important role in the Syrian economy before the outbreak of the Syrian crisis. Agricultural exports played an important role in the foreign trade and in providing foreign exchange as a result of exporting raw agricultural crops.The agricultural sector ranks second after oil in terms of export revenues in the Syrian export balance. The contribution of agriculture is ...

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The “Forever Battery”Recharged by Smart Ceiling Tiles

Ossia’s new ‘Forever Battery’ could soon revolutionize the way we power our devices. At CES, the firm unveiled what’s said to be the world’s first wirelessly charged AA-style batteries, which use radio frequency signals sent out by hidden transmitters that blend into ceiling tiles. The design means devices that use AAs could maintain their charge without ever having to replace ...

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