Scientists Created An Implant To Make Paralyzed Monkeys Walk Again — And It Might Work For People

A TEAM OF SCIENTISTS AT THE SWISS FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY HAS SUCCESSFULLY DEVELOPED A MICROCHIP THAT BEAMS INSTRUCTIONS OUT OF THE BRAIN TO RESTORE MOVEMENT IN PARALYZED PRIMATES.

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Researchers working with Rhesus monkeys (that had been paralyzed in one leg due to spinal cord injuries) were able to create an implant that could bypass the spinal cord damage by sending instructions directly from the brain to the nerves controlling leg movement.

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‘Most Americans voted for Clinton or Trump for all the wrong reasons’

Kerry Hinton, 43, of Lakewood, Colorado fills out her ballot at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds on November 8, 2016 in Golden, Colorado.

The real tragedy of the November 8 US presidential election is that a great many people voted for Hillary Clinton  or Donald Trump for all the wrong reasons, according to Barry Grossman, an international lawyer and political analyst who is based in Indonesia.  

Grossman told Press TV on Friday that the Republican winner and other Americans owe a debt of gratitude to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange who made personal sacrifices in exposing the reality of Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee.

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Man Tired of Driving to Work Builds Himself an Airplane

Tired of wasting 14 minutes driving to work every day, a crafty locksmith from the Czech Republic managed to cut his commute time in half by building himself an airplane and flying to work.

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45-year-old Frantisek Hadrava, from the south-western Czech village of Zdikov, used to drive for 12-14 minutes for his 6 a.m. shift at Drevostroj, a small factory in the town of Ckyne, but he thought that was too long. So he spent the last two years building himself an ultralight plane based on the U.S.-design of Mini-Max planes. Now, whenever the weather permits it, instead of hopping in his car, he gets into the open cockpit plane and flies to his workplace in just seven minutes.

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This Beautiful Beach Has A Deadly Secret For Anyone Who Tries To Go Ashore

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Elementary School Has Correctly Predicted Every U.S. Presidential Election Since 1968

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Stress and Mood Swings Can Lower Life Expectancy

Stress is an inevitable aspect of life. A wide range of internal or external factors may trigger stress affecting mood, self-esteem, sense of well-being, behavior and physical health. A certain amount of stress is part of a normal life. However, if it persists it is a matter of concern.

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If left unchecked, what might start as a short-term frustration could eventually progress to a long-term agony. Some life-threatening effects of long-term stress are hypertension, obesity, cancer, diabetes, stroke and heart attack.

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US, Saudis feeding intelligence to Daesh in Mosul: Says Hashd al-Shaabi commander

Saudi Arabia is the “mother of all terrorism,” says the second-in-command of the Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Units, Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes.

Mohandes made the remarks during an interview with the al-Alam television network on Saturday.

He stressed that both the Daesh and al-Qaeda terrorist groups are the product of Saudi Arabia, and that Daesh’s psychological and media campaign is partially funded from Riyadh.

Mohandes noted that the operations to free Mosul from the Takfiri terrorists will take some time as the militants are receiving intelligence from several external sources, mainly the US.

An M1 Abrams tank of the Iraqi counter-terrorism forces leaves the village of Gogjali for the front line on the eastern entrance of Mosul, early on November 4, 2016, during a military operation to retake the main hub city from the Daesh terrorist. (Photo by AFP)

He went on to praise Iran’s support for Iraq’s battle against terrorism, stressing that if Baghdad had not called for Tehran’s assistance, the Iraqi army would never have reached Mosul.

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Have You Ever Think What It Takes To Go To School? These Kids Almost Die Each Day!

For most children around the world, going to school is a routine matter that involves little or no danger. However, there are some kids who risk life and limb on every trip they make to and from school. These shocking photos of school routes will leave your mouth dry from fear.

1. DOING A TIGHT ROPE WALK, 30 FEET OVER ONE OF THE BIGGEST RIVERS IN INDONESIA.

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One slip and the child crossing the river will be gone!

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US militias may cause ‘horrific violence’ after election: Analyst

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The high number of active militia groups across the   United States raises the possibility of “horrific violence,” particularly at a time when tensions are running high due to a divisive presidential campaign, a political analyst has warned.

Scott Rickard, a former intelligence linguist, made the remarks on Wednesday, after some militiamen in the state of Georgia said they were preparing for civil unrest should Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton win in next week’s election.

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