Every day, let alone each year, there are breakthroughs in science. Some as a solution to a problem and some just for fun. This year, 2012, there have been loads of amazing scientific advancements. Some will blown you away.
Would you live on Mars if you had the chance? Well that chance might actually happen in the near future. A Dutch space company, Mars One, has unveiled their secret plan to have humans living on the red planet by 2023.
Scientists have found a way to genetically modify rice as a replacement for human blood. The idea is to extract a protein containing human genes that could then be used in lieu of actual blood to help burn victims and those who’ve suffered massive blood loss.
It’s seen as a viable solution to shortages of blood donations, and it circumvents the need for HIV and hepatitis screenings that must be done on human blood before it can be used.
However, due to a decrease in the funding the institute receives from NASA and other government sources, the institute will have to shut down the powerful bank of 42 radio dishes that it uses to target unexplored planets.
From ET calling home to Mars Attacks the under lying questions that mankind wants an answer to are: Do you think we are the only "living" planet? Do you think that we are sharing the universe with others?
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