Insects, like humans, experience chronic pain
Insects, like humans, experience chronic pain that continue after an original injury has been healed, and become hypersensitive. The critical step causing neuropathic pain is the loss of the pain brakes in the central nervous system. Stem cell therapy could stop pain for good.
The rapid increase in allergies worldwide is due to the environment
The rapid increase in allergies worldwide is not due to genetic changes but to the environment. The most likely theory to understand this increase is that of hygiene: our environment is too clean and our immune system is not as well trained as before. The link between gut microbiota and food allergies is very clear in animal models, and data is accumulating in humans.
A new type of cells discovered in the brain of rodents
A new type of cells discovered in the touch region of the brain of rodents keeps the time regularly independently of external sensations. These metronome neurons spike around 40 cycles a second.
Antoine Berner’s comment, raelian guide :
“If you think like a engineer looking at an engineered machine, you naturally search for elementary and necessary functionalities you’d put in a computer, not need to rely on complex and emerging global characteristics of the brain. Every computer has a clock”
Discover within subcutaneous glial cells in mice
A network of subcutaneous glial cells in mice could experience pain directly independently of the nociceptive cells of the skin. They would be sensitive only to mechanical pains and would be an organ in their own right.
A newly discovered microbe from deep sea
A newly discovered microbe from deep sea, methanoliparia, splits long-chain hydrocarbons like oil into methane and carbon dioxyde.
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(74aH*) : August 6th is the anniversary of the atomic bomb explosion on Hiroshima in 1945.
This date represents the entrance of Humanity into the age of Revelation (Apocalypsis).
Thus, since August 6, 2019, we are in 74 aH, (meanning 74 after Hiroshima).
It is also an “atheist” and universal calendar to replace the existing “monotheist”, religious and non universal calendars.
A selection of several articles related to Life Sciences published in July & August (74aH*)