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B.M.Hegde
Is Astrology a Science?
“Science is making models, mostly mathematical
constructs, which, with verbal jargon, are supposed to
work,” wrote John von Neumann, a Hungarian born
American scientist.
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Research
 
Purnima Datey,Alex Hankey,Pradnya Karindikar ,
Fresh Ayurveda Herbal Juices for Chronic Myeloid Leukemia: A Case Study
Blood cancers accounted for about 10% of all new US cancer cases in 2017. Lymphomas are most prevalent at 47%, leukemias second at 36%, and myelomas third, at 17%.
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Phillip Shinnick
Dual Properties of Electromagnetic Light: The Curvilinear (octagonal) and Rectilinear in the Cosmos, Earth and Applications for Medicine and Disease
This theoretical model postulated by Obolensky and Vigier, resulting from Lorentz's views is to consider light,n fields, as made up of real, spinning extended photons with spin -1 and non-zero mass linked to real elements in a carrying continuous flat three dimensional real infinite aether field.
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Issues, Inputs
 
Pankaj Narayan Pandit
WHO is Responsible for Making a Monster out of COVID-19
Since the beginning of 2020, the world economy has been rocked and severely crippled. The entire humanity is now gripped by the fear of a pandemic.
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Richard Smith
How Can We Achieve a Healthy Recovery From the Pandemic?
I recently saw a cartoon that has uncomfortably embedded itself in my brain: it shows a relatively small tidal wave that is the pandemic, followed by a bigger tidal wave that is the recession, and a still bigger one that is the climate crisis.
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Snippets
 
A Fat With Multifarious Benefits

Coconut oil can work wonders for health. It consists in abundance minerals, vitamins and amino acids, making it nutritious.
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What's in a Name?

The etymology of many anatomical parts in the body points to Greek or Latin. Still it is quite intriguing to note that many names do not sound logical.Coconut oil can work wonders for health. It consists in abundance minerals, vitamins and amino acids, making it nutritious.
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Nature Heals

“All things are artificial, for nature is the art of God,” Sir Thomas Browne, a British writer, once said. For this reason perhaps, humans intuitively turn to nature whenever they feel down.
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