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"Knock, Knock!Who's there?"Leave a comment below about which phone platform you use and what your experiences with secur...
04/15/2020
Security Risk: Backdoors Found in Thousands of Android Apps - Vision Times

"Knock, Knock!
Who's there?"

Leave a comment below about which phone platform you use and what your experiences with security issues are!

https://www.visiontimes.com/2020/04/15/security-risk-backdoors-found-in-thousands-of-android-apps.html

Millions of people use Android apps on a daily basis, assuming that the apps are safe since they were downloaded directly from Google Play Store. However, a recent study shows that thousands of Android apps actually have backdoors that hackers…

Doctor Recommends 5 Ways to Help Prevent Viral Infection - Vision Times
04/15/2020
Doctor Recommends 5 Ways to Help Prevent Viral Infection - Vision Times

Doctor Recommends 5 Ways to Help Prevent Viral Infection - Vision Times

The CCP coronavirus spreads extremely fast. Dr. Jiang Shoushan uses a case in Hong Kong as an example. Nineteen family members met and dined together. Despite that one-off contact, 11 of them became infected. It shows that wearing a mask…

'Emotions'
11/25/2019
The Day After My Divorce - Vision Times

'Emotions'

The divorce finally went through yesterday. Even though my parents opposed this because they believed our two children would not have a complete home, I couldn’t bear it anymore. I feel sorry for our children, but I will provide them…

'Amazing! Scientists Find 6-Fingered Lemur!'
11/04/2019
Scientists Find 6-Fingered Lemurs - Vision Times

'Amazing! Scientists Find 6-Fingered Lemur!'

The aye-aye, a member of the lemur family, is a primate native to the island of Madagascar. This nocturnal creature was thought to have five fingers like most other animals. But new research has shown that aye-ayes have a sixth…

Internet Consuming Over 10 Percent of Global Electricity - Vision Times
10/30/2019
Internet Consuming Over 10 Percent of Global Electricity - Vision Times

Internet Consuming Over 10 Percent of Global Electricity - Vision Times

A report released earlier this year by the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden shows that the Internet accounts for more than 10 percent of global electricity use. Back in 2012, the Internet’s share of electric consumption stood at…

'What can the Virtual Universe Machine tell us about Galaxy Evolution?'
08/14/2019
Virtual 'UniverseMachine' Sheds Light on Galaxy Evolution - Vision Times

'What can the Virtual Universe Machine tell us about Galaxy Evolution?'

How do galaxies such as our Milky Way come into existence? How do they grow and change over time? The science behind galaxy formation has remained a puzzle for decades, but a University of Arizona-led team of scientists is one…

‘Seaweed like you’ve never seem it’
07/10/2019
The Largest Seaweed Bloom in the World Discovered - Vision Times

‘Seaweed like you’ve never seem it’

Scientists, led by the USF College of Marine Science, used NASA satellite observations to discover the largest bloom of macroalgae in the world called the Great Atlantic Sargassum Belt (GASB), as reported in Science. They confirmed that the belt of brown…

‘Artificial Gravity May Not Be Just Science Fiction’
07/10/2019
Artificial Gravity May Not Be Just Science Fiction - Vision Times

‘Artificial Gravity May Not Be Just Science Fiction’

Artificial gravity has long been the stuff of science fiction. Picture the wheel-shaped ships from films like 2001: A Space Odyssey and The Martian, imaginary craft that generate their own gravity by spinning around in space. Now, a team from…

‚This ancient crocodile preyed on dinosaurs‘
07/08/2019
The Ancient Crocodile That Preyed on Dinosaurs - Vision Times

‚This ancient crocodile preyed on dinosaurs‘

Two fossils, one found more than a century ago and another collected 70 years later, were the clues that enabled a Masters student to identify a new species of prehistoric crocodile. The new species of crocodile has been described from opalized…

‘A gigantic aquifer of relatively fresh water trapped in porous sediments lying below the salty ocean. ‘
06/24/2019
Scientists Map Huge Undersea Freshwater Aquifer Off US Northeast - Vision Times

‘A gigantic aquifer of relatively fresh water trapped in porous sediments lying below the salty ocean. ‘

In a new survey of the sub-seafloor off the U.S. Northeast coast, scientists have made a surprising discovery: a gigantic aquifer of relatively fresh water trapped in porous sediments lying below the salty ocean. It appears to be the largest such formation yet…

‘Did you know?: Greenland is home to an ice sheet that is the second largest in the world. ‘
06/22/2019
Ice in Greenland Melting Fast, Study Warns - Vision Times

‘Did you know?: Greenland is home to an ice sheet that is the second largest in the world. ‘

Greenland is home to an ice sheet that is the second largest in the world. With an area of 660,000 square miles, the sheet covers about 80 percent of the island and is over 1.2 miles thick. Though we have…

‘Here are five ways quantum computing will change the way we live.’
06/07/2019

‘Here are five ways quantum computing will change the way we live.’

‘Here are the five ways quantum computing will change the way we live.’

‘The Codex Sinaiticus is one of the oldest Bibles in the world. It came to the attention of scholars in the 19th century...
05/30/2019
The Relevance of the Codex Sinaiticus to Christians and Christianity - Vision Times

‘The Codex Sinaiticus is one of the oldest Bibles in the world. It came to the attention of scholars in the 19th century, with more materials being found later.’

The Codex Sinaiticus is one of the oldest Bibles in the world. It came to the attention of scholars in the 19th century, with more materials being found later. Today, the Codex Sinaiticus is scattered across four libraries. The British Library…

‘Think you have never come in contact with dark matter? You couldn’t be more wrong.’
05/30/2019
How Dark Matter Interacts With the Human Body - Vision Times

‘Think you have never come in contact with dark matter? You couldn’t be more wrong.’

Think you have never come in contact with dark matter? You couldn’t be more wrong. The average human body apparently gets hit by a dark matter particle once every minute according to Katherine Freese from the University of Michigan and…

China's Chang'E 4 Mission Discovers New 'Secrets' - Vision Times
05/23/2019
China's Chang'E 4 Mission Discovers New 'Secrets' - Vision Times

China's Chang'E 4 Mission Discovers New 'Secrets' - Vision Times

A lunar lander named for the Chinese goddess of the moon may have lessened the mystery of the far side of the moon. The fourth probe of Chang’E (CE-4) was the first mission to land on the far side of the…

‘Reproducible scientific results are not always true and true scientific results are not always reproducible’
05/21/2019
Study: Scientific Reproducibility Is Not Scientific Truth - Vision Times

‘Reproducible scientific results are not always true and true scientific results are not always reproducible’

Reproducible scientific results are not always true and true scientific results are not always reproducible, according to a mathematical model produced by University of Idaho researchers. Their study, which simulates the search for that scientific truth, was published in the journal…

‘A recent study now posits that Romans may have used metamaterial technology when constructing important buildings to ke...
05/18/2019
Did Ancient Romans Use Advanced Technology to Make Buildings Earthquake-Proof? - Vision Times

‘A recent study now posits that Romans may have used metamaterial technology when constructing important buildings to keep…’

The ancient Romans undoubtedly built one of Europe’s most influential civilizations after the Greeks. Their contribution to art and architecture is immense. A recent study now posits that Romans may have used metamaterial technology when constructing important buildings to keep…

‘... a look into the fundamentals of Chinese society shows that such projections are largely hyped miscalculations.’
05/13/2019
Communist China’s Dominance Is a Hyped Myth - Vision Times

‘... a look into the fundamentals of Chinese society shows that such projections are largely hyped miscalculations.’

Many experts have been predicting China’s rise as a leading global superpower in the coming decades. But a look into the fundamentals of Chinese society shows that such projections are largely hyped miscalculations. While it is inevitable that the Chinese…

‘According to AI expert Kai Fu Lee, almost 40 percent of the world’s jobs could be transferred from human beings to auto...
05/13/2019
The 4 Skills You Will Need to Face the Coming AI ‘Job Apocalypse’ - Vision Times

‘According to AI expert Kai Fu Lee, almost 40 percent of the world’s jobs could be transferred from human beings to automated ones.’

The implementation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in businesses is projected to take away numerous jobs in the future. According to AI expert Kai Fu Lee, almost 40 percent of the world’s jobs could be transferred from human beings to automated…

‘Though acupuncture has a history of thousands of years, using it for anesthesia is something that was only invented abo...
05/08/2019
The Wonders of Acupuncture: Anesthesia - Vision Times

‘Though acupuncture has a history of thousands of years, using it for anesthesia is something that was only invented about five to six decades back.’

Though acupuncture has a history of thousands of years, using it for anesthesia is something that was only invented about five to six decades back. The method has become popular in China. Today, scientific studies have confirmed the benefits of…

‘How much we can learn from gazing at the stars’
05/03/2019
Source of Mysterious Radio Waves Detected - Vision Times

‘How much we can learn from gazing at the stars’

A team of international astronomers has pinpointed the precise position of one of the most mysterious phenomena in the cosmos: a fast radio burst (FRB). As the name suggests, fast radio bursts are short-lived, but powerful, pulses of radio waves…

‘Among other things the classified U.S. government file published by WikiLeaks revealed that top and senior officials of...
05/03/2019
WikiLeaks Revealed Secrets of the Chinese Communist Party - Vision Times

‘Among other things the classified U.S. government file published by WikiLeaks revealed that top and senior officials of the CCP have as many as 5,000 accounts in Swiss banks.’

WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange unveiled a U.S. government secret file containing details of many high-level scandals of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Subsequently, WikiLeaks and a large number of confidential documents originating from the U.S. government were blocked by service…

‘From February this year, authorities from Sanmenxia have tracked the Uyghur people at least 500,000 times, using advanc...
05/03/2019
Racism 2.0: How AI Helps Chinese Communists Profile Citizens - Vision Times

‘From February this year, authorities from Sanmenxia have tracked the Uyghur people at least 500,000 times, using advanced Ai survailence systems’

The Chinese government is rapidly integrating artificial intelligence (AI) into its administration, but not in a good way. Instead of using AI for the advancement of its citizens, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is looking for ways to better profile…

‘Here’s how you observe a process that takes more than 1 trillion times longer than the age of the universe?’
05/01/2019
Dark Matter Detector Observes Rarest Event Ever Recorded - Vision Times

‘Here’s how you observe a process that takes more than 1 trillion times longer than the age of the universe?’

How do you observe a process that takes more than 1 trillion times longer than the age of the universe? The XENON Collaboration research team did it with an instrument built to find the most elusive particle in the universe…

‘Researchers at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center have discovered the highly addictive drug in #tobacco pr...
04/28/2019
Is Nicotine the Answer to Treating Chronic Lung Disease? - Vision Times

‘Researchers at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center have discovered the highly addictive drug in #tobacco products, called nicotine, may help people with sarcoidosis, a chronic inflammatory #lung disease.’

Researchers at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center have discovered the highly addictive drug in tobacco products, called nicotine, may help people with sarcoidosis, a chronic inflammatory lung disease. The main symptom of most lung diseases is shortness of…

‘NASA has discovered that the Moon ejects water vapor into the atmosphere every time a meteoroid strikes its surface.’
04/27/2019
Interesting Find: Moon Releases Water on Meteoroid Collision - Vision Times

‘NASA has discovered that the Moon ejects water vapor into the atmosphere every time a meteoroid strikes its surface.’

NASA has discovered that the Moon ejects water vapor into the atmosphere every time a meteoroid strikes its surface. The discovery, made by researchers from the space agency and the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, is…

‘Monkeys with genes from a human brain. Follow-up tests even suggest improved intelligence in the creatures! Not surpris...
04/26/2019
What Happens When Scientists Put Human Genes Into Monkeys? - Vision Times

‘Monkeys with genes from a human brain. Follow-up tests even suggest improved intelligence in the creatures! Not surprisingly, many ethical experts have criticized the experiment…’

In what seems like a real-life Planet of the Apes movie scenario, scientists from China have injected monkeys with genes from a human brain. Follow-up tests even suggest improved intelligence in the creatures! Not surprisingly, many ethical experts have criticized the experiment…

‘What we know about these so called alien stones assumably fallen to earth’
04/24/2019
Fascinating Alien Stones That Fall on Earth - Vision Times

‘What we know about these so called alien stones assumably fallen to earth’

Over billions of years, our planet has attracted a large number of meteorites that have crashed on the surface. People have collected pieces of such meteorites throughout history, with some attributing a divine nature to them, while others collect them…

‘What will happen as Ai Keeps monitoring human thoughts’
04/18/2019
What Will Happen as AI Keeps Monitoring Human Thoughts? - Vision Times

‘What will happen as Ai Keeps monitoring human thoughts’

Artificial Intelligence will pose several ethical and policy challenges in areas like human rights, according to Eleonore Pauwels, Research Fellow on Emerging Cybertechnologies at United Nations University (UNU). She fears that independent human thought is at risk of being regulated…

‘Apparently pentagon space force necessary to counter China and Russia’
04/18/2019
Pentagon: Space Force Necessary to Counter China and Russia - Vision Times

‘Apparently pentagon space force necessary to counter China and Russia’

The acting secretary of defense has called the proposed branch of the U.S. military — the Space Force — a “low cost, low bureaucracy” solution to evolving threats from Moscow and Beijing, defending it in Congress against skeptics who say…

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