Thursday, January 30, 2014

Anti Oxidants and cancer

you will find that anti oxidants act very beneficially in most cases but that lung cancers are exposed to oxygen so that they survive more commonly as they are in an environment they can use them optimally (c)RS
you see anti oxidants are proven to help cell growth here because the cancer grows faster in a hostile environment.

once a cancer is made my a radio active reaction they can then be protected by the very nutritions that help the body , because hate or love cancer its a part of your body and thus'ly benefits in the same way.

if anything this trial proves the positive reaction cells have to anti oxidants.. since the antioxidants stabilise the rather unstable cancer genetics and cell walls ?
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Antioxidants Speed Up Lung Cancer
Scientists have discovered why two antioxidants accelerate tumor growth in mice.

Friday, January 24, 2014

links to great pdf's and space programs that are great for research

European Space Agency

The Impact of Space
Activities upon Society

PDF's in full colour of the plans for space , our dreams and history

a sample of the free publication ( a great read for adults and kids alike)

the greatest space pics of mankind

French space agency


Space Agencies and Governmental Institutions


Aeronautics and Space Agency of the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) – 2004 (ASA in 1972) BELGIUM
Belgium Federal Science Policy Office (BELSPO)
Space Research in Bulgaria - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (SRI-BAS) - 1987
Croatian Space Agency (CSA) - 2002
Czech Space Office (CSO) - 2003
National Space Institute -Technical University of Denmark (DTU Space) - 2007 (DSRI in 1968)
Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation (TEKES) - 1983
Finnish Space Portal
National Center for Space Studies(CNES) - 1961
German Aerospace Center (DLR) - 1997 (DARA in 1989)
Institute for Space Application and Remote Sensing - National Observatory of Athens (ISARS-NOA) - 1955
Hungarian Space Office (HSO) - 1992
Astronomy and Space Sciences Committee – Royal Irish Academy
Science Foundation Ireland
Italian Space Agency (ASI) - 1988
Netherlands Space Office (NSO) - 2008
Norwegian Space Center (NSC) - 1987
Space Research Center - Polish Academy of Science (SBK-PAN) - 1977
Science and Technology Foundation - Space Office
Romanian Space Agency (ROSA) - 1991
Russian Federal Space Agency (ROSCOSMOS) - 1992
National Institute for Aerospace Technology (INTA)- 1942
Center for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI)
Swedish National Space Board (SNSB)- 1972
State Secretariat for Education and Research (SER)
National Space Agency of Ukraine (NSAU) - 1992
United Kingdom Space Agency (UKSA) – 2010 (BNSC in 1985)  


Algerian Space Agency (ALSA) - 2002 EGYPT
National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences (NARSS) - 1971
Libyan Centre for Remote Sensing and Space Science
Royal Center for Remote Sensing (CRTS) - 1989
National Space research and Development Agency - Federal Ministry of Science and Technology (NASRDA)- 1999
South African National Space Agency (SANSA) - 2010
National Mapping and Remote Sensing Center - Ministry of National Defence (CNCT) - 1988


National Commission for Space Activities (CONAE) - 1991 (CNIE in 1961)
Brasilian Space Agency (BSA) - 1994
Canadian Space Agency (CSA) - 1989
Chilean Space Agency - 2001
“Decree concerning the Establishment of a Presidential Advisory Committee Known as the Chilean Space Agency”
Supreme Decree n. 338 of 17 July 2001(original version)
Supreme Decree n. 338 of 17 July 2001(unofficial translation)
Colombia Space Commission (CCE) - 2006
Ecuadorian Civilian Space Agency (EXA) - 2007
Mexican Space Agency (AEXA) - 2010
Space Agency of Peru - National Commission of Aerospace Research and Development(CONIDA) - 1974
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)- 1958
Aeronautics and Space Research and Dissemination Centre – National Authority of Civil Aviation and Aeronautical Infrastructures (CIDA-E/DINACIA) - 1975
Bolivarian Agency for Space Activities (ABAE)


Asia-Pacific Regional Space Agency Forum (APRSAF) – 1993
Asia-Pacific Space Cooperation Organization (APSCO) - 2005
Australian Government Space Portal
Azerbaijan National Aerospace Agency (ANASA) - 1975
Bangladesh Space Research and Remote Sensing Organisation (SPARRSO) - 1980
China National Space Administration (CNSA) - 1993
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) - 1969
National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN) - 1964
Iranian Space Agency (ISA) - 2003
Israel Space Agency (ISA) - 1983
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) – 2003 (NASDA in 1969, ISAS in 1964, NAL in 1955)
National Space Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan (KAZCOSMOS) - 1991
National Space Agency (ANGKASA) - 2002
National Remote Sensing Center of Mongolia - 1987
North Korea Space Agency (NKSA) - 1980
National Space Agency of Pakistan - Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO) - 1964
Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) - 1989
Space Research Institute - King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST)
Center for Remote Imaging, Sensing and Processing - National University of Singapore (CRISP-NUS)
National Space Organization (NSPO)- 1991
Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA) - 2002
Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK) - 1991
Emirates Institute for Advanced Science and Technology (EIAST)
Space Technology Institute (STI) - 2006

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Strange rock movement shows signs of alien interaction

*Mars Rock*

i noticed several factors of interest in this photo set..
1 : the rocks appear eroded flat , unlike formations in the wind....
the forming of its smooth surface deserves some electron study for they can be proof that sand regularly moved there at some point or :3 feet.

2 : the rocks are broken in such a manner as to suggest horizontal motion... but show signs of flatness still so where evidently broken a long time before the flatness appeared...

3 : such flatness takes time and weight or a whole lot of sand blasting power or and time...

the rock appears on a flat bit of earth and however still there is no evidence of an imprecise arm movement and or wind forces , bearing in mind the evidence to the fact that the other tiny rocks appear not to have been displaced at all,

one would like to recommend the search of earlier pictures for documented sightings of the incidental but significant rock.

the rock also shows signs of being a silicone base and i hesitate to say iron from the colour ... if it is it may be O4SoMg or some such crystal and is not bled by water/solvent fracture it seems for there are clear bands of colour within it.

also noted are the tiny rocks in photo 1 are in the same place as the larger rock that appears in photo 2 and the fact that there is no evidence of them having moved...
only a very precise movement could accomplish such a feat and it is noted for me to wonder can any of the instruments on the lander move a rock that precisely ?

the angle of the big rock should be able to tell us if the smaller rocks are probably still under that rock and if they have likely moved.

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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

the open source medical device for the preservation of life

the open source medical device for the preservation of life

The universal medical analyser unit would cost under 200$ and allow basic info to be analysed and entered automatically into a hospitals data base for pre analyses..

Basically the device is an open source RISC/CISC 200 based on lower powered cell phone processors....

Able to analyse the breath .... do basic scope searches for chemical signatures and pulse analysis for more complex pre arrival alertness during the vital moments of operation (in the ambulance)

Allow for procedure advice call up and proper dosage of medically vital drugs during operations / surgery ....

During a hospital stay to ensure better survival of patients.

The device composed of rubberised plastics and a strong tft / lcd screen would be anti glare , possibly white paper screen already in use mass market in the kindle.

Long battery life and a reference for water proofing and fire resistant (with cover)

Can perform the entered task (user verified)


The device is a small unit breathalyser,Chemical Sample & heart beat analyser with chemical trace analysis and compressed data upload to medical server and local firmware to examine the basic data to further improve coherency and examination speed.

The device is made strongly like baby toys and military equipment like radios so that the device does not need replacement often..

With rechargeable battery and usb charging.

Firmware upgrading over the air OTA with secure IOT firmware.

(copywrite Rupert S)

Friday, January 10, 2014

The Age Revolution - how people no longer have to be old and all they have to do is lose or limit the time their pension lasts

the combination of several scientific breakthroughs into a treatment program that restores the function of older people and people who are disabled for various reasons , such as car accidents or MS.

the revolution


basically it is now possible to restore the function of the organs perfectly (at least by our standards)
to re create organ tissue from stem cells and to rejuvenate people to a level where their experience and performance puts them on the top of our explorer and deep space list,

if the pension is a problem for those worried about immortal pensioners you can make a serviceable choice about weather to receive a pension or life regeneration and a limited time pension  ... depending on moral grounds.

Quotes for amalgamation and assimilation that together make a revolution in function and existance for the species under humankind's mesh >

brain regeneration

Replacing Neurons with Inhaled Stem Cells?

That is apparently the basis of a suggested “intranasal stem cell therapy”. The idea is that since many degenerative diseases of the central nervous system involve the death of neurons, such as Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and Alzheimer’s, replacing the dead cells could potentially help improve the symptoms.

The idea is really still in its infancy, though. At the moment, we do not know whether grafted cells, assuming they are not simply rejected to begin with, would actually be able to truly integrate into complex neural circuitry.

A drug that allows the brain to absorb information as easily as it did in childhood could be used to help adults learn new languages and get perfect pitch. The drug, valprioc acid, restores the plasticity of the brain, helping it absorb new information in what appears to be record time.

Read more: via npr
mitochondria can be rejuvenated and leads to effective energy transfer. 

Hope for new anti-ageing drug after scientists reverse muscle wastage in old mice

  • Chemical used to block muscle weakening in old mice
  • Could lead to drug that keeps elderly strong and fit
By Daily Mail Reporter

Drugs could one day be used to reverse the muscle-wasting effects of ageing, new research suggests.
Scientists have identified a key process responsible for muscle weakening in old age and used a chemical to block it in mouse studies.
The findings could pave the way to body-building anti-ageing drugs that keep people strong and fit near the end of their lives.
On the horizon: Scientists are a step closer to developing an anti-ageing drug to keep people strong and fit near the end of their lives (file picture)
On the horizon: Scientists are a step closer to developing an anti-ageing drug to keep people strong and fit near the end of their lives (file picture)
A team of British and US researchers looked at the way stem cells in muscle repair damaged tissue by dividing and developing into numerous new muscle fibres.
Strenuous activity, such as lifting weights, results in minor damage that triggers this response and builds up muscle. The end result is bulging biceps and rippling torsos.
But as people age, muscle loses its ability to regenerate itself, leading to limbs that are puny and weak.
Studying old mice, the researchers found that the number of dormant stem cells in muscle reduces with age.
They traced the effect to excessively high levels of FGF2 (fibroblast growth factor 2) - a protein that stimulates cells to divide.
In ageing muscle, the protein was continuously awakening the dormant stem cells for no reason.
Hope: A chemical was used to block a key process responsible for muscle weakening in mice (file picture)
Hope: A chemical was used to block a key process responsible for muscle weakening in mice (file picture)
The supply of stem cells depleted over time, so not enough were available when they really were needed. As a result, the ability of muscle to regenerate was impaired.
The scientists found that a drug that inhibits FGF2 prevented the decline of muscle stem cells.
Treating old mice with the drug, called SU5402, dramatically improved the ability of aged muscle tissue to repair itself.
SU5402 is purely manufactured for laboratories and not licensed for therapeutic use.
But scientists hope the research, published in the latest online issue of the journal Nature, will lead to future treatments.

'The finding opens up the possibility that one day we could develop treatments to make old muscles young again'

Senior researcher Dr Albert Basson
Senior researcher Dr Albert Basson, from King's College London, said: 'Preventing or reversing muscle wasting in old age in humans is still a way off, but this study has for the first time revealed a process which could be responsible for age-related muscle wasting, which is extremely exciting.
'The finding opens up the possibility that one day we could develop treatments to make old muscles young again. If we could do this, we may be able to enable people to live more mobile, independent lives as they age.'
Senior-author Dr Andrew Brack, from Massachusetts General Hospital in the US, said: 'Just as it is important for athletes to build recovery time into their training schedules, stem cells also need time to recuperate, but we found that aged stem cells recuperate less often.
'We were surprised to find that the events prior to muscle regeneration had a major influence on regenerative potential. That makes sense to us as humans, in terms of the need to sleep and to eat a healthy diet, but that the need to rest also plays out at the level of stem cells is quite remarkable.'
The scientists still do not know why levels of FGF2 increase with age, causing excessive activation of stem cells.
'The next step is to analyse old muscle in humans to see if the same mechanism could be responsible for stem cell depletion in human muscle fibres, leading to loss of mass and wastage,' said team member Kieran Jones, from King's College.