Aussie First: Cryonics Facility Freezes Client for Potential Future Revival

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Southern Cryonics, the first cryonics facility in the Southern Hemisphere, has achieved a significant milestone in science and hope. It has successfully frozen its inaugural client, an anonymous man in his 80s who passed away in Sydney, marking a new frontier in cryonics. After his demise, the client, known as ‘Patient One,’ underwent a sophisticated 10-hour process. This intricate procedure involved rapidly chilling his body to approximately 6 degrees Celsius

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Aussie First: Cryonics Facility Freezes Client for Potential Future Revival

Southern Cryonics, the first cryonics facility in the Southern Hemisphere, has achieved a significant milestone in science and hope. It has successfully frozen its inaugural client, an anonymous man in his 80s who passed away in Sydney, marking a new frontier in cryonics. After his demise, the client, known as ‘Patient One,’ underwent a sophisticated 10-hour process. This intricate procedure involved rapidly chilling his body to approximately 6 degrees Celsius

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Qatar Negotiations: Israel Pitches Six-Week Gaza Ceasefire for 40 Captives

Israel plans to dispatch a high-ranking delegation, led by its Mossad chief, to Qatar on Monday for mediated discussions with Hamas aimed at securing a six-week ceasefire in Gaza. As part of the proposed agreement, Palestinian militants would release 40 hostages. An Israeli official, speaking anonymously, outlined the proposal, which involves Israel withdrawing from two main roads in Gaza and permitting the entry of hundreds of aid trucks into the

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Several Yemen-Launched Attack Drones Intercepted by U.S. Warship

A US warship patrolling the Red Sea intercepted multiple attack drones launched from Huthi-controlled areas in Yemen on Thursday, the US Central Command said. “On the morning (Yemen time) of November 23, the USS Thomas Hudner (DDG 116) shot down multiple one-way attack drones launched from Houthi-controlled areas in Yemen,” CENTCOM said on X, its official social media platform. The military didn’t elaborate on what the drones were. Still, Iran’s

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ISRO Gears Up to Wake Up Vikram on Wednesday as Sunrise dawns on Shiv Shakti Point

As the Sun rises over the lunar south pole on Wednesday, the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) is preparing to re-establish communication with its Chandrayaan-3 mission’s Vikram lander and Pragyan rover. The lunar duo has been in sleep mode for the past 15 days due to the lunar night but with the arrival of sunlight at the Shiv Shakti point – which Isro named after India’s astronaut Satish Dhawan on

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BRICS Nations Eyeing Common Currency to Reduce Reliance on USD

The global financial landscape has witnessed significant shifts over the past few decades, with emerging economies asserting their influence on the world stage. One notable development in this regard is the concept of a BRICS currency and its potential impact on the dominance of the U.S. dollar. The BRICS bloc, comprising Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, represents a diverse group of major emerging economies seeking to enhance their

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Meteor Shower and Starlink Satellites Train Caught on Camera

Astronomers were surprised and delighted this week by the Perseid meteor shower, which threw shooting star-like space objects across the night sky in a summer fireworks show. But it was not just the meteors that wowed; one telescope in Hawaii captured an impressive sight, and its video is now going viral. The Perseid meteor shower occurs when bits of debris from a long trail of comets burn up as they

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The James Webb Space Telescope Spots the Very First Galaxies

The universe was much simpler at its dawn. That’s good news for researchers because it made the cosmos easier to compare with predictions from their models. To test their theories, scientists utilize the James Webb Space Telescope to delve deeper into the universe and further back in time to unravel the secrets of this cosmic evolution. Astronomers are in for quite a surprise when it comes to the very first

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Laid Off Meta Employee Received Layoff Email at 4:30 AM

A fresh round of layoffs has begun at Meta, a company that had once seemed to have endless room for growth. It accumulated users, bought up other apps, and showered employees with enviable perks. But the company now finds itself in a much tighter spot, with advertising revenue growth slowing and consumer spending shrinking as inflation ratchets up. As the company looks to rein in costs, Meta has laid off

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Woman Sees Her Own Heart On Display At Museum 16 Years After Transplant

In one of the strangest reunions ever, a woman recently visited a museum to examine her heart, which was removed from her body during a life-saving transplant surgery 16 years ago. Jennifer Sutton, who hails from Ringwood in Hampshire, stated that it was “incredibly surreal” to see her organ placed as an exhibit at Hunterian Museum in London. The Hunterian is named after surgeon John Hunter, an 18th-century Scottish physician

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Imran Khan Arrested Outside Court Whisked Away By Paramilitary Personnel

Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan was arrested today just as he entered the Islamabad High Court for a hearing in one of the dozens of cases pending since he was ousted from office last year. The 70-year-old cricketer-turned-politician is facing charges ranging from corruption to terrorism, but he says the accusations are part of a campaign by his successor to discredit him. Khan’s party, Pakistan-Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), said paramilitary forces

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