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The hype for climate change supposedly impacting the whole human race isn’t something out of the blue — news of decades. But the crisis is real. Human pursuit has affected a lot both mechanically and chemically, jeopardized intentionally or intentionally the future of generations to come.

Climate Refugees, art by — 2021 Alisa Singer

Humans venturing to build themselves for better society and luxury to enhance their ease of living has undoubtedly caused irreversible effects on a wide range of factors accelerating climate change. Well, it’s also true that climate change is not like one button shift, which happened in a day, decade, or a century. …

Tesla is one of the biggest robotics-driven automobile and tech company taking breakthrough initiatives since its inception for the future industrial development both in the tech and automobile sector. More specifically, implementing the real-time applications of Artificial Intelligence.

Elon Musk, Tesla’s CEO and the media magnet has recently announced during TESLA AI day that the company is working on a humanoid robot. Moreover, building a prototype “OPTIMUS” bot that will be launched for a public demonstration sometime next year or so. It will leverage the same AI framework already powering Tesla’s self-driving cars.

Musk, lately one of the top skeptics…

A genomic analysis of the catalog of genes has identified genetic variants that influence age at natural menopause. The results implicate mechanisms such as DNA-damage repair and give useful insights into the potential for predicting and treating early menopause.

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Early prediction of menopause could help partners giving greater flexibility to choose when to have a child. Menopause is a permanent condition of menstrual cycles in women following the loss of ovarian function which effects women on average, between 47 and 52 years of age globally. …

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Nutrition is one of the most important lifestyle factors impacting your overall well-being and risk of developing certain diseases. In the past two decades, genomic technologies have seen tremendous development in understanding our unique genetics. Which have enabled us to see inside our mighty DNA. Our unique genome contains approximately 25,000 genes and variations in our genes make us unique from one another. Genetic variation determines not only the color of our eyes and hair but how we metabolize and utilize the foods, nutrients, and supplements we ingest.

Nutrigenomics is the science that study the effect of nutrients on genome, proteome, metabolome and relationship between nutrients and human health. It focuses on the interaction of nutrients with protein-regime interactions. It also uses advanced DNA technologies to uncover the relationship between genes, nutrition and human health. The term nutrigenomics refers to both the study of how the food, beverages and supplements we consume affects our genes and how our genes can influence our body’s response to what we consume.

Variations in different gene or mutation (s) can make us respond differently…

This short article is an introduction to the project 452B.

This artist’s concept depicts one possible appearance of the planet Kepler-452b, the first near-Earth-size world to be found in the habitable zone of star that is similar to our sun. Credits: NASA Ames/JPL-Caltech/T. Pyle

NASA announced the discovery of “Kepler 452B” an Earth-like habitable planet back in 2015 through a planetary transit detection methodology. Which is supposedly orbiting around our sun-like star called “Kepler 452”. It is approximately 1700 light-years away from Earth. That will take around two thousand years on a light-speed space ship from Earth to Kepler 452B if we launch today. That long distance make it impossible to reach there due to our short lift time and limited technological resources. We cannot even reach to Alpha centauri system which is nearest habitable zone to the Earth, just 4.37 light years away…

End of the Western phenomenon of Expansionism

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Nothing learned from a book is worth anything until it is used and verified in life; only then does it begin to affect behavior and desire. It is life that educates, and perhaps love more than anything else in life.

— Will Durant

After World War II, the new world order based on a capitalistic aura took over the world with the persistence of a single hegemon. …

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Violence at any stage of life is harmful to the collective stability of the community. The violence experienced by women at any phase and moment of their life is devastating. It’s like a war that destroys instantly but take years to rebuild. However, war trauma is a collective experience, compared to the traumatic experience faced by any girl or a women due to violence of any sort, i.e., sexual abuse, workplace harassment, childhood trauma, etc., which is more of an individualised experience so hard to make it away. …

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The Russian invasion of Afghanistan during the 1980s started an era of what now we call the never-ending “global war on terror”. It was sparked further by the 9/11 attack on WTC, NY, the United States of America, in 2001. Since then, not a single day has passed without any casualties around the world. Especially in countries where the USA marshaled its armies in the name of protecting its interests against terrorism.
American establishment first helped trained private militia through both strategic and financial support against the USSR in its quest to dismantle Russian power in the region. Then declared…

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If you need to control the populace anywhere in the world the common strategy used in the current era is known by many of us as “surveillance” — which is now even integrated with the latest computing and robotic technology to better control any situation.

The same applies to biological emergencies like we’re currently facing globally. The covid pandemic since 2019 has ravaged the world and killed millions of people worldwide. In parallel, we have also eye-sighted a great deal of accelerated medical and research efforts to develop a vaccine and devise precautionary guidelines to fight against the global pandemic…

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Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia — a progressive irreversible neurologic disorder that causes brain cells to die due to brain shrinkage. It eventually limits the cognitive skills even destroying the ability to perform the simplest day-to-day tasks.

It is the most common cause of dementia. Approximately 5.8 million people in the United States age 65 and older live with Alzheimer’s disease. Of those, 80% are 75 years old and older. Out of the approximately 50 million people worldwide with dementia, between 60% and 70% are estimated to have Alzheimer’s disease.

The disease was named after Dr. Alois Alzheimer

Hamza Abdullah

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