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Dawn of bionic age? Paralysed man becomes first to use power of thought to move hand

Ohio doctors insert microchip into Ian Burkhart’s brain allowing him to move hand for first time since accident

By Rosa Prince, New York
9:34PM BST 24 Jun 2014

A young American paralysed in a swimming accident has become the first patient to move his hand using the power of thought after doctors inserted a microchip into his brain.

Ian Burkhart was able to open and close his fist and even pick up a spoon during the first test of the chip, giving hope to millions of accident victims and stroke sufferers of a new bionic era of movement through thought.

Onlookers described the moment he was able to move by the sheer force of concentration as like watching “science fiction come true”.

Doctors at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center created the “Neurobridge” technology, whereby a microchip reads patients’ thoughts in order to replace signals no longer transmitted by their broken bodies, in conjunction with engineers from Battelle, a non-profit research centre.

While doctors have seen some success in recent years in getting stroke victims to manoeuvre robotic arms using their thoughts, Mr Burkhart is the first to move his own body.

Paralysed from the chest down during a swimming accident four years ago, the 23-year underwent surgery in April to drill into his skull and implant a chip into his brain.

At just 0.15 inch wide, the chip has 96 electrodes which ‘read’ what he is thinking and is housed in a port inside his skull.

After weeks of practice sessions, when Mr Burkhart focused intently on wiggling his fingers while the chip responded by moving an animated hand on a computer screen, the first proper test took place last week.

The port was connected to a computer which decoded the messages sent by his brain and beamed them to a sleeve containing electrodes which was placed around his forearm.

One journalist said that when he was “plugged in” Mr Burkhart resembled Neo, the Keanu Reeves character from “The Matrix” film series.

Mr Burkhart’s first attempt at using his thoughts to move his hand exceeded all his doctors’ expectations. While they had hoped he would be able to move one finger, he was able to curl his seemingly dead hand into a fist, open it out flat and pick up a spoon.

The signals sent by the computer had triggered electrodes in the sleeve which stimulated the muscles in his hand, causing them to move in the same way they would if a message had been sent directly by the brain.

Afterwards, he told CBS: "Today was great. To be able to open and close my hand and do those complex movements that I haven't been able to do for four years was great.

“Physically, it was a foreign feeling. Emotionally it was definitely a sense of hope and excitement to know that it's possible."

Dr Ali Rezai, Mr Burkhart's surgeon, said: "I do believe there will be a day coming soon when somebody who's got a disability – being a quadriplegic or somebody with a stroke, somebody with any kind of brain injury – can use the power of their mind and by thinking, be able to move their arms or legs.”

Mr Burkhart was injured at the age of 19 after diving into the water during a trip to the beach with his friends. Unbeknown to him, a shallow sandbank was hidden under the waves, causing catastrophic damage to his spinal chord.

His friends rescued him and he was airlifted to hospital, but has had to rely on friends and family to perform even the most basic tasks, describing the loss of independence as the most difficult part of dealing with his accident.

From Columbus, Ohio, Mr Burkhart had been a keen lacrosse player before his accident. Determined not to give up on life, he went on to take a college degree and coached his old high school lacrosse team to the state championship finals.

His doctors say he was driven to volunteer to take part in the trials out of a desire to help others in the same position as himself.

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« Reply #10939 on: Jun 25th, 2014, 10:35am »

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The Man Who Makes the Coolest Clocks You’ll Ever See

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Daniel Weil has been designing things for more than 33 years. In that time, the partner at Pentagram has scribbled observations, drawings and half-baked ideas into the pages of more than 300 identical black notebooks. These notebooks, which sit on shelves in Weil’s London office, are like private time capsules documenting the evolution of his thoughts and craft.

It’s rare to have a direct look into the mind and notebook of a designer, but that’s exactly what we get with Time Machines: Daniel Weil and the Art of Design, a recently opened exhibition at London’s Design Museum. It’s part retrospective, part introspective, as Weil describes it, and showcase for several of Weil’s new works, including a new series of his intricately-designed clocks. It’s a sprawling show for a sprawling career.

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« Reply #10942 on: Jun 25th, 2014, 11:27pm »

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My great-uncle, Henry McKay, was a pioneer UFOlogist. He was the very first Director of MUFON for Canada. He was also one of the first modern-day UFOlogists to specialize in investigating physical traces associated with UFO landing sites and "close-range" UFO sightings. He was an electrical engineer with the Air Force. He was also on the Board of Directors for the "North American UFO Federation" (headed by Richard Haines), was an associate of CUFOS, and also investigated for NICAP. He was good friends with Dr. J. Allen Hynek. He also gave a briefing at a hearing to the "Royal Commission of Electric Power Planning" in regards to UFO related power disturbances.

When he passed away, all of his hundreds of UFO files were passed down to me.




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My great-uncle, Henry McKay, was a pioneer UFOlogist. He was the very first Director of MUFON for Canada. He was also one of the first modern-day UFOlogists to specialize in investigating physical traces associated with UFO landing sites and "close-range" UFO sightings. He was an electrical engineer with the Air Force. He was also on the Board of Directors for the "North American UFO Federation" (headed by Richard Haines), was an associate of CUFOS, and also investigated for NICAP. He was good friends with Dr. J. Allen Hynek. He also gave a briefing at a hearing to the "Royal Commission of Electric Power Planning" in regards to UFO related power disturbances.

When he passed away, all of his hundreds of UFO files were passed down to me.




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'Bristol Crocodile' spotted in the River Avon

Jogger Tamara Blanco spotted the head and snout of a crocodile on Tuesday while running and took a picture - the clearest yet

By Raziye Akkoc
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The ‘Bristol Crocodile’ has been spotted by a jogger who has captured the clearest picture yet of the creature.

Tamara Blanco, 29, has taken a picture which shows the crocodile's head and snout emerging from the water under the Clifton Suspension Bridge in the River Avon.

The 6ft predator prompted a police search in February this year after being spotted by a bus driver from Bedminster Bridge. Avon and Somerset police Chief Constable Nick Gargan then tweeted about the sighting.

Mr Gargan said the police launched an investigation, but had "found no trace" of the beast in the same month.

Although a number of other possible sightings emerged, it has been five months since it was last spotted.

Ms Blanco, from Southville, Bristol, said she was running close to the Suspension Bridge and suddenly saw something in the water.

"I felt scared at the time because the thing - whatever it was - was moving in the water.

"I wanted to stay to see it properly but there was no one around and I just didn't feel comfortable."

Ms Blanco, who works in clothes shop Zara, added: "I could feel my hair start to stand on end and I thought 'Oh my God, is it a crocodile?' and I just left the place."

Reptile expert 'Crocodile Joe' - one of Britain's only approved reptile rescue specialists - speculated that the predator could be an alligator.

He said: "It would be hard for a crocodile to deal with the cold temperatures for five months as it would be unable to break down it's food.

"Having said that if it was a big crocodile it would probably be able to survive that long, and the relatively mild winter would have helped.

"It's more likely that it would be an alligator really because they don't necessarily need warmer waters to survive.

"It's quite difficult to tell what it is from the pictures, though it's unlikely it's a crocodile it isn't impossible."

The alleged crocodile was last seen by mother-of-three Kelly Gray, 41, from Bishopsworth, who saw the beast two days after the bus driver and by local councillor Tom Aditya, 39, who captured video footage a week later.

A spokesman for Avon and Somerset Police said the force was aware of the sighting but would not be investigating the incident because it had not been reported.

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Rare trio of supermassive black holes found

Observations of triad showcase new way to find black hole pairs

by Christopher Crockett
3:51pm, June 25, 2014



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Where two distant galaxies collide, three supermassive black holes engage in a gravitational dance. Two of the black holes embrace in a tight orbit, spinning out jets of gas, while the third waits off to the side. Observations of the trio demonstrate that swirling jets can help astronomers find hidden black hole pairs. The finding also suggests that these pairs may be more common than previously thought.

Every large galaxy appears to harbor a central supermassive black hole, a pileup of the corpses of huge stars. These black holes, which can weigh well over a billion suns, appear to build up over time from collisions between galaxies. As two galaxies merge, their central black holes find one another, spiral together and eventually combine into one giant black hole.

Roger Deane, an astrophysicist at the University of Cape Town in South Africa, and colleagues stumbled upon the black hole trio while studying galaxies that emit a lot of radio light. The researchers knew of a galaxy that holds two black holes, which were first discovered three years ago and are separated by about 24,000 light-years. What Deane’s team figured out is that one of those black holes is actually two black holes, crowded together at just 450 light-years apart, the team reports June 25 in Nature.

To distinguish between the two close-together black holes, Deane’s team used the European Very Long Baseline Interferometry Network. When used together, EVN’s 18 telescopes, spread around the world, behave like a powerful antenna with roughly the diameter of Earth. The network provides astronomers with the resolution needed to pick out the separate blasts of radio waves from two black holes hundreds of light-years apart in a galaxy nearly 5 billion light-years away.

By combining the new observations with old data, Deane and colleagues also saw a spiraling jet of electrons coming from one of the black holes in the closely bound pair. The gravity of one of the black holes appears to be yanking around the other’s jet.

Scientists have seen twirling jets before and thought that they might come from two supermassive black holes orbiting each other, Fu says. But this is the first time astronomers have seen both a spiraling jet and independent evidence of a black hole binary. Now astronomers can use spinning jets to look for black hole pairs that they couldn’t otherwise see.

“I’m quite excited to see that our system has turned out be a triple,” says Hai Fu, an astrophysicist at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, who was part of the team that originally discovered the black holes. Finding dual black holes is hard, he says. “We spent many years looking at many sources, and this was the only pair we found.”

But Deane’s team’s findings suggest that close binaries are prevalent, since the team found one after looking at only six galaxies. “Either we got incredibly lucky and won the lottery,” Deane says, “or they’re more common than previously anticipated.”

Researchers think that compact binary supermassive black holes may be strong sources of gravitational waves. As they orbit each other, the black holes radiate gravitational energy, which should send out ripples in the fabric of space. In principle, these gravitational waves may be detectable by instruments on Earth, like the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, but physicists have not directly detected the waves. A direct observation of gravitational waves would confirm a prediction of Einstein’s theory of general relativity and also provide a way to explore the many phenomena that emit almost no light. A collection of compact black hole pairs could help researchers know where to look.

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Alien Abductees Over the Moon To Find a Close-Encounter Group

Those Who Believe They've Met ET Share Stories, Quiche; Space Residues

By Matthew Dalton
June 26, 2014 10:33 p.m. ET

HASTINGS, England—Telling your family and friends that you've been abducted by aliens is hard. Even harder is revealing to them you may actually be part extraterrestrial.

A team of self-described alien investigators recently delivered that second bit of news to Adam Chatterton, 34 years old, a normal-looking Englishman. Using a technique known as "dowsing," the team says it identified residues on Mr. Chatterton suggesting he may have otherworldly origins.

Mr. Chatterton, who manages a riding stable, took the revelation in stride. "It wasn't that much of a shock," he said, adding that he suspected as much for some time.

The tests on Mr. Chatterton were arranged by Joanne Summerscales, founder of the Anomalous Mind Management, Abductee, Contactee, Helpline Project, or AMMACH. The British group provides counseling and support to people who have had the troubling experience of believing they have had contact with aliens.

Mr. Chatterton and around 40 others convened last month in this seaside town for AMMACH's annual conference, which aims to encourage close encounters with people who claim to have had close encounters. Admission was £45, or about $75, including a light lunch of quiche and salad.

This year's conference may come at a particularly important time. Ms. Summerscales and others at the meeting say our intergalactic neighbors may be close to revealing themselves to the public at large, an event that would have important implications in many areas.

"It changes everything about everything," Ms. Summerscales said. "So it's quite big."

Scientists say it is certainly possible that intelligent life exists somewhere in the universe, even probable depending on the number of Earth-like planets out there and a few other conditions. But the odds that aliens hit Earth out of the vast cosmic dartboard and had the technological capability to make the trip are extremely low, they say.

Such arguments carry little weight with many people. A Reuters Ipsos poll of 23,000 adults across the world in 2010 found that 20% not only believe aliens exist but say they even walk among us disguised as people.

In the three years since founding her group, Ms. Summerscales, who doesn't recall being abducted herself, says she has been in touch with around 1,500 people who say they have had contact with aliens. People like Mike Smith, who in a speech at the conference said that he had been contacted and abducted multiple times by otherworldly entities—perhaps aliens, perhaps creatures from another dimension.

"I don't want to be a nutter who's been abducted," said Mr. Smith, 64, a traveling musician, "but I am."

Many at the conference rejected the "nutter" label. Geoffrey Crockford, a retired occupational hygienist who is a member of the team that tested Mr. Chatterton, said his team's discoveries show aliens have visited and continue to visit the Earth.

The group spends much of its time hopscotching around Europe, identifying supposed alien burial and spacecraft landing sites. They use metal dowsing rods, which are held parallel and then swing into a crossed position, they say, in the presence of elements, such as iridium, supposedly left behind by extraterrestrials. Iridium is a rare element in the Earth's crust, but is often found in meteorites.

What do the aliens want? It is unclear, but they probably mean no harm, Mr. Crockford said at the conference. He suspects they abide by some sort of cosmic convention that forbids harming other intelligent life.

"The one thing we're worried about is they found out what we're doing, and that would blow their cover," Mr. Crockford said. "Then they might react to that."

A reporter asked him whether it was possible that aliens read The Wall Street Journal.

"Probably not," Mr. Crockford said.

Reports of alien abduction in the U.K. and elsewhere have become more frequent and complex since the 1960s, when an American couple's alleged encounter with a spacecraft in New Hampshire became one of the first widely publicized abduction stories.

"What you find is that they're all trying to outdo each other," said David Clarke, a journalism professor at Sheffield Hallam University who has studied reports of alien abduction but doesn't believe in them. "Not only do you have to be abducted, you've got to have had hybrid babies with them as well."

Take Simon Parkes, for example: a driving instructor and Labour Party town councilor in Whitby, who told Ms. Summerscales in a videotaped interview several years ago that he was taken by an alien he called the Cat Queen, who later bore him a child named Zarka. Also, his real mother is a green alien with eight fingers, he said.

Many discussions about alien abduction come down to two questions: Are they making it up? And if not, are they crazy? But Mr. Parkes said in an interview that he rarely hears such questions.

"The interesting thing is, I announced all this, and then I was elected," Mr. Parkes said. "I'm the man who fixes the streetlights when they're not working."

The U.K. Ministry of Defence was for a while an object of scrutiny for the alien obsessed. The military had a classified program starting in the 1950s that monitored UFO reports, but the task of responding to the public's inquiries became too onerous. The government closed it during budget cuts in 2009, at which point the entire program consisted of one person behind a desk.

"The Ministry of Defence has no expertise or role in respect of UFO/flying saucer matters or to the question of the existence or otherwise of extraterrestrial life-forms, about which it remains totally open-minded," the UFO desk officer wrote in one of many declassified documents now in the U.K. National Archives that appear to contain no evidence of alien contact with humans.

Colin Woodford, a retired British Airways ground-crew worker attending the conference, doubts the government released all its UFO files. "They're just putting out some froth," he said.

As the meeting ended, Nigel Hughes, a member of Mr. Crockford's team, announced a special attraction: "a pair of trousers from a well-documented U.F.O. encounter."

The pants belonged to a man who reported being dragged along the ground in Scotland by an alien spacecraft in 1979.

"We're very fortunate," Mr. Hughes said.

Soon, Mr. Crockford was waving his dowsing rods over the torn black pants, as a crowd looked on. The results were inconclusive.

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