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Feb 11 09:41

Cancer In The Stomach Develops Silently. These Are The First Signs! It Is Important That You Be Attentive!

All you need to do in order to prevent stomach cancer is recognize the symptoms on time. This isn’t an easy job – they often resemble the flu or a viral infection. Leaving the symptoms untreated can lead to the development of stomach cancer which progresses slow, but is deadly in the later stages. The most common type of stomach cancer is adenocarcinoma, which is responsible for more than 90% of the cases.

Feb 11 09:09

Scientists Discover Huge Amounts of Aluminum In The Brains of Deceased Autistic People

Although aluminum’s apologists have tried to shroud the metal’s risks in manufactured controversy, a growing number of reports by researchers in the United Kingdom, France, Canada, Israel, the U.S.and elsewhere has furnished substantive evidence linking aluminum to neuropathology, including the epidemics of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Feb 11 08:52

Scientists Have Found A Drug That Regrows Teeth, And It Could Leave Dentists Without Work

The dental fillings that we all probably hate going to the dentist to get taken care of may soon be a part of history!

A new discovery about a drug called Tideglusib might replace fillings for cavity repair. Developed for and trialed to treat Alzheimer’s disease, the drug also happens to promote the natural tooth regrowth mechanism, allowing the tooth to repair cavities and heal itself.

Feb 10 23:45

7 Signs and symptoms of not drinking enough water! Must Read!

The most important benefit of water is its role as an reactant, meaning that many reactions and processes within the body require water.
The purpose of this article is to raise the general awareness on the importance of water.
Remember that juices, tea, energy drinks, coffee, and caffeinated drinks should not be used as water substitutes. They sure are liquids, but it is just not the same as pure water. Moreover, energy drinks and coffee contain caffeine, and caffeine dehydrates the body.

Feb 10 16:42

Report Reveals Harmful Chemicals in Feminine Hygiene Products AND Which Companies Still Use Them

Waking Times

Women are unknowingly exposed to numerous possible chemicals in feminine hygiene products.

Feb 10 12:46

FDA TRIES TO KILL FOIA ON ALTER OF GMOS

In a surprising turn of events, a U.S. federal court has ruled in favor of the public interest. Even more surprising, the court ruled against the FDA which has been pushing the approval of GE salmon for human consumption.

The approval of the GE salmon, which is made from the DNA of Pacific Chinook Salmon, Atlantic Salmon and Deepwater Ocean Eel Pout, took place in 2015. However, the battle has been raging long before and after that date. The FDA, while launching a jihad against natural supplements and kratom, became the first government agency in the world to approve a GM animal for commercial sale and consumption.

Feb 10 09:20

WHY THE CDC LIES ABOUT ITS FLUORIDATION DATA

The Centers for Disease Control operates a website called “My Water’s Fluoride.” On the home page it states: “It is important to know the level of fluoride in your drinking water. My Water’s Fluoride (MWF) allows consumers to learn about the fluoride level in their drinking water.” However, the fluoride levels seen on the website are often false. If a water system is adding fluoride to the tap water, a practice known as fluoridation, this website automatically assigns it a “default” fluoride level of 0.70mg/L regardless of what actual testing shows or what fluoride level the water system is trying to achieve.

Feb 10 09:11

Carolina’s Laura Mersini-Houghton shows that black holes do not exist

But now Mersini-Houghton describes an entirely new scenario. She and Hawking both agree that as a star collapses under its own gravity, it produces Hawking radiation. However, in her new work, Mersini-Houghton shows that by giving off this radiation, the star also sheds mass. So much so that as it shrinks it no longer has the density to become a black hole.

Before a black hole can form, the dying star swells one last time and then explodes. A singularity never forms and neither does an event horizon. The take home message of her work is clear: there is no such thing as a black hole.

Many physicists and astronomers believe that our universe originated from a singularity that began expanding with the Big Bang. However, if singularities do not exist, then physicists have to rethink their ideas of the Big Bang and whether it ever happened.

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Feb 10 08:58

Giant lava dome confirmed in Japan's Kikai Caldera

Since the Kobe Ocean Bottom Exploration Center (KOBEC) was established in 2015, it has carried out three survey voyages to the Kikai Caldera, south of Japan's main islands. Based on these voyages, researchers have confirmed that a giant lava dome was created after the caldera-forming supereruption 7300 years ago. The dome is in the world's largest class of post-caldera volcano, with a volume of over 32 cubic kilometers. The composition of this lava dome is different from the magma that caused the giant caldera to erupt - it shows the same chemical characteristics as the current post-caldera volcano on the nearby Satsuma Iwo-jima Island. It is possible that currently a giant magma buildup may exist under the Kikai Caldera.

These findings were published in the online edition of Scientific Reports on February 9.

Feb 10 08:01

Report Finds Widespread Human Rights Violations in Nursing Homes

In its first-ever nursing home report, Human Rights Watch slams the "massive" nonconsensual drugging of residents, enabled by a government enforcement system that coddles violators. The report is a comprehensive overview of the reasons for, and outcomes of, the terrible overuse of psychotropic drugs as chemical restraints to sedate and subdue residents.

Feb 10 01:11

Yemenis destroy Saudi-led missile system in Ta'izz with ballistic missile: Report

The Yemeni army, supported by allied fighters from the Houthi Ansarullah movement, has managed to successfully destroy a missile system run by Saudi Arabia’s mercenary forces in Yemen’s southwestern province of Ta'izz, a report says.

Feb 10 01:04

Air force bombs Iranian targets in Syria in response to border breach, meeting heavy anti-aircraft fire; F-16 crashes in Israeli territory, one pilot seriously injured

Shaul Pinkerfeld, a security officer at Kibbutz Harduf, told Walla news: “A little bit after 6 a.m. we heard explosions. We woke up and understood that there was a plane or the remains of a plane on fire near the kibbutz entrance.

Feb 10 01:01

Israeli media admits F-16 jet fell down over Galilee, its pilots injured

Occupied Jerusalem, SANA- Media of the Israeli enemy on Saturday admitted that F-16 jet fell down over Galilee and that its pilots were injured.

Feb 10 00:58

Second major confrontation between Syria, Israel ongoing in Damascus

BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:20 A.M.) – For the second time today, the Israeli Air Force and Syrian Air Defense are battling one another within in the souwthwestern countryside of Damascus.

Feb 10 00:52

Army air defense confronts new Israeli aggression on military base in central area, hits more than one aircraft

Damascus, SANA-The army air defense confronted a new Israeli aggression on a military base in the central area and hit more than one aircraft.

Feb 10 00:46

Israeli F-16 fighter jet shot down by Syrian anti-aircraft fire

An Israeli F-16 fighter jet crashed after Syria responded with anti-aircraft fire to an Israeli operation in its territory. Syria says its military base came under Israeli fire, and it hit multiple aircraft in response.

Feb 09 21:03

World Epilepsy Day: All you need to know about the disease

Approximately 50 million people currently live with epilepsy worldwide. According to the WHO, epilepsy accounts for about 0.5% of the global burden of disease. Even though it is one of the world’s oldest recognized conditions, fear and misunderstanding have created a social stigma around it that continues to be manifested as discrimination against people with the disorder.

Feb 09 15:48

When Prepping Becomes Survival – Overlooked Skills And Equipment For Extreme Emergencies

By Kevin Samson

It is an interesting phenomenon that very often people perceive prepping and survival as completely different categories; readers might even have seen that distinction on various websites they’ve browsed. That perception can create gaps in various emergency situations, however...

Overall, I personally like the term “Self Sufficiency” to describe an adaptive mindset that is best for any short-term emergency or longer-term disaster scenarios. To illustrate this approach and what is often required of the human beings that endure such hardship, let’s reflect on two recent events that highlight the importance of having the skills and equipment from both prepper and survivalist camps in order to best ensure our safety, especially when unexpected details can evade even the most judicious among us...

Feb 09 12:18

5 Cannabis Research Findings that Should’ve Been on the Front Page

Waking Times

Here are five examples of cannabis research that warrant our attention.

Feb 09 12:10

GLYPHOSATE IN L.A. RIVER CAUSES CONTROVERSY, LAWMAKER RESPONDS

Glyphosate poisoning of the L.A. river has become so bad and such a contentious issue that a congressman from the area has urged the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to stop using the weedkiller.

Over the last few years, the use of glyphosate to control weeds and other vegetation around the L.A. river has become controversial, with many concerned over the links to cancer, birth defects and reproductive issues.

The EPA claims that glyphosate is not carcinogenic but pretty much everyone else disagrees and it is likely that the EPA would approve agent orange for use as a fertilizer if Monsanto ramped up its lobbying efforts just a little more.

Representative Adam Schiff of Burbank wrote a letter to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers urging the agency to stop using glyphosate and look toward using safer alternatives.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

You have to wonder with what Monsanto bribed or threatened the decision-makers at the FDA with, to claim that "glyphosate is not carcinogenic."

I would like to invite everyone who believes that everything the FDA tells us is absolutely true, to look at the following article:

Scientist Attacked for Proving GMO Dangers Wins Defamation Suit in French Court

The article goes on to state:

"Remember Professor Giles-Eric Seralini and his research team at the University of Caan in France? They provided pictures of rats fed Monsanto GMO corn saturated with Roundup weed killer. That’s why the corn is genetically modified, to survive the most dangerous herbicide on the planet.

Their study discovered that rats fed GMOs developed tumors and died prematurely. But that wasn’t the purpose of their study. It was set up to examine the long term toxicity potential of eating Monsanto’s GMO corn along with the inherent exposure to Roundup."

Seralini and his team are among my pantheon of heroes from the Scientific Community, for having had the "male attributes" to continue with this study, and take it to its logical conclusion.

Of course, Monsanto attempted a "hit job" on Seralini's reseach and credibility
( read: character assassination by pressuring a respected medical journal to redact Seralini's research), he and his team came out vindicated.

And House Representative Schiff, even though I deplore your Trump-bashing in Congress, and the utter nonsense you have spewed with which to attempt to verbally assassinate this President, you are welcome to use this information in your dialogue with the Army Corps of Engineers.

I remember Burbank very fondly, and in THIS instance, believe you are doing the absolute right thing.

Feb 09 11:07

ANTIDEPRESSANTS AND TEACHER/STUDENT SEX: IS THERE A CONNECTION?

Winston Churchill never hesitated to expose evil where he saw it-no matter how unpopular his comments were. When questioned about his aggressive comments, he responded, "If you have an important point to make, don't try to be subtle or clever. Use a pile driver. Hit the point once. Then come back and hit it again. Then hit it a third time-a tremendous whack... The truth is incontrovertible, malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end; there it is."

Feb 09 11:03

The Sun Will Be Dimmer By 2050

Physicist Dan Lubin, from Scripps Institution of Oceanography, and colleagues predicted a significant probability of a grand minimum occurring in the near future because of the downward sunspot pattern they observed in recent solar cycles that resembles those in the past grand minimum events.

Feb 09 10:05

Influenza potentially made stronger by vaccines

The flu season has been in full swing for a few months. The seasonal disease has mutated over the years, and professionals say it has been made stronger as medicine continues to process vaccines.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC) this season’s flu is widespread in 49 states, Wisconsin and Minnesota are covered in high levels of the flu.

“I believe that the low effective rate of the vaccine this year is due to the mutations that the virus made in the processing of the vaccine itself,” said Anna Treague, nurse for Public Health. “That is at least part of the reason that influenza cases are so widespread this year.”

Feb 09 09:54

Blue whale-sized 'hazardous' asteroid that was only spotted on Sunday will skim past Earth TODAY at less than one-fifth the distance between our planet and the moon

The space rock, called 2018 CB, is set to blaze past at just one-fifth of the distance between our planet and the moon.

The space agency describes asteroids as 'hazardous' if they come within 4,600,000 miles (7,403,00km) of our planet and this space rock will fly just 39,000 miles (64,000 kilometres) away.

According to Nasa the asteroid will pass by at around 17:30 EST (22:30 GMT) today.

Feb 09 08:15

Ebola virus can persist in human reproductive organs: Study

A study conducted on macaques revealed that the deadly Ebola virus has the potential to infect human reproductive organs.

The Ebola outbreak that took West Africa by storm from 2013-2016 was the most widespread outbreak of Ebola virus disease (EVD) in history and resulted in major loss of life and socio-economic disruption in the region, mainly in the countries of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone.

Feb 09 08:07

NASA's New Horizons creates history, captures farthest images by any spacecraft

Recently, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft turned its telescopic camera toward a field of stars and managed to capture record-breaking images in the Kuiper Belt.

By capturing the farthest images from Earth by a spacecraft, New Horizons has made history and surpassed the Voyager 1's record of capturing an image when it was 6.06 billion km away from Earth.

Feb 09 07:56

Breakthrough: In a world's first, human eggs grown to maturity in lab

In a massive breakthrough that paves the way for advancement in fertility treatments, scientists have grown human egg cells to full maturity in the lab.

The announcement was made in a study published on Friday, which stated that a new method to grow eggs from very early stage egg cells obtained from ovary tissue was developed by researchers in New York and Edinburgh and were grown to the point at which they could be fertilized.

Feb 09 07:40

Elon Musk's red Roadster is now officially a celestial object: NASA adds the orbiting sports car and 'space-suit wearing mannequin' to the log of objects in the solar system (and reveals it's also towing sci-fi novels and a toy Tesla)

Musk’s Roadster can now be found through the online Horizons tool from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab.

Feb 08 20:44

Diet rich in fruits and veggies may help halt spread of breast cancer

Numerous studies have often noted properties in certain foods that can help prevent, fight and curb cancer and its potential risks.

This highlights the importance of a proper diet, especially during the course of cancer treatment.

Now, researchers, including one of Indian origin, have suggested a diet that can help halt the spread of a deadly type of breast cancer.

Feb 08 18:32

NASA's New Horizons spacecraft snaps image from 3.8 BILLION miles away from Earth in record-breaking observation of objects at the edge of our solar system

On December 5, New Horizons captured an image said to be the farthest from Earth ever taken, at a staggering 3.79 billion miles away.

And, just hours later, it beat its own record.

According to NASA, the remarkable false-color images sent back by New Horizons are also the closest-ever images captured of objects in the Kuiper Belt.

Feb 08 16:31

'Unhealthy' treats that are GOOD for you: From steak to beer to donuts, nutritionists reveal the six 'bad' things you can embrace guilt-free

In a desperate bid to get a beach-ready body, many of us cut out our favorite indulgences, be it alcohol, meat or delicious sweet treats.

And yet, after a few weeks of 'dieting', we're miserable - and sometimes no slimmer than before.

According to nutritionists, that's hardly surprising: depriving yourself of joy is never going to lead to your best physical and mental health, and in many cases some of our ideas about 'good' and 'bad' food is based on flawed science.

Speaking to Daily Mail Online, two nutritionists insist we can still eat our favorite foods and maintain a healthy diet.

Here, we break down which 'bad' foods can enhance our diets, and provide many health and nutritional benefits.

Feb 08 13:18

We asked, you voted: 89 percent said no to Trump’s military parade

Born on base when my Dad was in the service,this restores some faith in the rank and file. HUZZAH!

As the Pentagon continues to work on parade options to present to President Donald Trump, an overwhelming number of Military Times readers have weighed in: Don’t have one.

The informal poll was launched Wednesday after news reports that Trump had requested a military parade and that the Pentagon was working on parade options for him.

As of Thursday afternoon, more than 51,000 readers had responded. The majority, 89 percent, responded “No, It’s a waste of money and troops are too busy.”

Feb 08 11:36

Big Pharma Prescribed Drugs’ or Vaccine-Induced Dementia Is Not Alzheimer’s

Is the So-called Alzheimer’s Epidemic (of “Unknown Cause”) Actually an Iatrogenic, Drug-and Vaccine-Induced Epidemic That the Medical Profession and Big Pharma are Desperately Trying to Cover Up?

The likely answer to that question is yes, and you could say the same thing about the twin epidemics of autistic spectrum disorders and chronic autoimmune disorders among fully vaccinated children in the First World.

Synchronous with the fast-paced over-vaccination agendas over the past several decades that the Big Pharma-, Big Medicine- and Big Business-dominated “first world”, careful, un-blinded, non-conflicted observers are witnessing and documenting the following inconvenient realities:

1) There are huge increases in childhood and adult vaccinations that have intramuscularly-injected neurotoxic, blood-brain barrier-destroying ingredients such as aluminum, mercury, formaldehyde, glutamate and live viruses;

Feb 08 11:23

Snooping Scientists Find DNA In Hospital Pipes That FUEL SUPERBUGS

The pipes of hospitals carrying away the infections of the sick are bound to be quite disturbing places. But scientists dared to snoop around in them anyway and found that they can fuel superbugs.

In a new study, published by The American Society for Microbiology, scientists determined that antibiotic-resistant bacteria are bred in the plumbing of hospitals. The study, titled Genomic Analysis of Hospital Plumbing Reveals Diverse Reservoir of Bacterial Plasmids Conferring Carbapenem Resistance found that even when hospitals themselves are impeccably clean of infectious bacteria and viruses, the pipes that carry away those micro-organisms are not.

Feb 08 11:14

Number of people with vomit illness symptoms grows at 2018 Olympic Games

Korean officials on Wednesday confirmed additional cases of norovirus at the Pyeongchang Olympics, bringing the total of people infected to 86.

The Korean Centre for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed an additional 54 cases after announcing 32 on Tuesday.

The disease is considered highly contagious and typically includes symptoms of diarrhea, stomach pain, vomiting and nausea.

"The peak season for norovirus is January and February so unfortunately we're in a bad time of year where outbreaks occur,” said Kim Hyunjun, director of the Korean CDC.

The center said the cases were concentrated at the Odaesan Youth Centre, where 58 cases were confirmed. Kim said no athletes have confirmed cases of the virus.

Feb 08 10:41

Earth in the rearview mirror: Elon Musk shares last picture of SpaceX's Starman in his Tesla Roadster as it zooms through the Solar System

SpaceX billionaire Elon Musk shared a final photo on Wednesday of the Roadster that he launched into space on Tuesday.

With a mannequin named 'Starman' inside of the car, Musk's photo showed the roadster in an elliptical orbit around the sun with an increasingly distant crescent Earth in the background.

'Last pic of Starman in Roadster enroute [sic] to Mars orbit and then the Asteroid Belt,' he wrote on Instagram.

The 250-million-mile journey will be taking Starman in a solar orbit with a high point just beyond Mars, as initially predicted by SpaceX.

Earlier reports had claimed the dummy was heading further out into the solar system towards the asteroid belt because one of the boosters of the Falcon Heavy - the jumbo rocket on which the Tesla was launched (inset) - burned for too long.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Elon is obviously a science fiction fan. The sign "Don't Panic" on the dashboard is a reference to "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" and the image of an astronaut in a sports car is from the opening scenes of the movie, "Heavy Metal."

Feb 08 09:43

Plastic waste 'building up' in Arctic

Plastic waste is building up in the supposedly pristine wilderness of the Norwegian Arctic, scientists say.

Researchers are particularly concerned about huge concentrations of microplastic fragments in sea ice.

They say they've found plastic litter almost everywhere in the Arctic they have looked.

Norwegian fishermen are worried that their fish stocks may lose their reputation for being untouched by pollution.

Most of the large plastic waste there comes from discarded fishing gear.

And boat owners admit it will take hundreds of years to overcome a few reckless decades of using the sea as a dump.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Plastic isn't just a problem for Arctic waters; its a problem in virtually every ocean you examine.

This can, and should, be remedied; using the ocean as a "dump" is really a nasty practice.

Feb 08 09:35

Seven Years Later Fukushima Radiation Levels Spiking to Lethal Levels

Waking Times

The latest news from Japan further chips away at the possibility of a favorable outcome.

Feb 08 08:55

Kidney doctor who sounded the alarm on vaccine damage was targeted for murder when the brake lines of her vehicle were secretly clamped

Many in the natural health community are already aware of the recent death threat that vaccine truth advocate Dr. Suzanne Humphries received from an anonymous assailant. But what you may not realize is that Dr. Humphries was previously targeted for murder when someone maliciously severed the brake lines on her vehicle.

Feb 08 08:18

Small asteroid to shoot closely past Earth on Friday

The Earth has had many close encounters with asteroids that have conveniently and thankfully missed colliding with our planet by just a tiny distance.

Well, the space circuit and the cyberspace are buzzing with the news of another asteroid encounter that is set to happen on Friday, February 9.

The asteroid in question is estimated to measure somewhere between 15 and 30 metres and will whizz past Earth quite safely, according to NASA.

Feb 07 14:24

TRULY INCREDIBLE PHOTOS FROM SPACEX...

Have you ever seen a sportscar floating thru space? Me neither until this...

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Feb 07 13:26

Fracking is linked to breast cancer: Chemicals used in high-pressure oil and gas extraction cause uncontrolled cell division

Fracking is linked to breast cancer, new research suggests.

The chemicals used in the high-pressure extraction of oil and gas cause uncontrolled cell division in adult mice's mammary cells, a US study found.

Past research shows cancer is caused by uncontrolled cell growth, which results in tumours.

This cell division occurs when mice are exposed to the equivalent level of chemicals found in the drinking water of areas affected by fracking, the research adds.

Fracking is a contentious issue in the UK with campaigners recently announcing they will continue to protest about the proposed operation in Kirby Misperton, North Yorkshire until the energy firm behind it goes bust.

Feb 07 11:44

Flu Vaccine BOMBSHELL: 630% More “Aerosolized Flu Virus Particles” Emitted by People Who Received Flu Shots… Flu Vaccines Actually SPREAD the Flu

True, Organic and Free

A bombshell new scientific study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) finds that people who receive flu shots emit 630% more flu virus particles into the air,compared to non-vaccinated individuals. In effect, this finding documents evidence that flu vaccines spread the flu, and that so-called “herd immunity” is a medical hoax because “the herd” is actually transformed into carriers and spreaders of influenza.

Feb 07 11:43

Leading Consciousness Researcher Bridges the Gap Between Science and Real Magic

Waking Times

Those of us who have experienced true magic in our lives have been wondering when modern science will somehow bridge the gap between science and spirit, and wondering what will happen to the world when these forces finally unite. It’s coming.

Feb 07 10:30

New tech for controlling genetic inheritance and genome engineering

In 2015, University of California San Diego biologists Ethan Bier and Valentino Gantz developed a breakthrough technology known as "active genetics," which results in parents transmitting a genetic trait to most of their offspring (instead of 50 percent receiving the trait under standard inheritance). Immediate targets of active genetics included gene-drive systems for immunizing mosquitoes against vector borne diseases such as malaria. Bier and Gantz also proposed using active genetics for a variety of other potential human health and agricultural benefits.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This technology is both exciting and terrifying at the same time, and should evolve only under the most controlled of circumstances in ethically responsible research organisations.

The temptations to misuse or misapply this tecnology will be ... intense.

Feb 07 09:38

Grapes Promote Resilience Against Depression

By Mae Chan

In a study to be published online in Nature Communications, scientists from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai describe an extensive analysis of novel grape-derived compounds, which might be developed as therapeutic agents for the treatment of depression.

The compounds are dihydrocaffeic acid (DHCA) and malvidin-3?-O-glucoside (Mal-gluc). The study results indicate that these natural compounds may attenuate depression by targeting newly discovered underlying mechanisms of the disease...

Webmaster addition: Especially the fermented ones! :)

Feb 07 09:15

Flint's lead-poisoned water crisis also triggered a deadly BACTERIA outbreak killing 12, new report reveals

The water crisis in Flint, Michigan caused an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease that killed 12 people and sickened nearly 90 others, according to a new report.

In April 2014, the city's water source was switched from the Detroit water system to the Flint River.

This cost-cutting measure led to tainted drinking water that contained lead and other toxins.

New research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reveals the contaminated water also carried Legionella bacteria which triggered an outbreak.

Feb 07 08:43

When astronauts tossed the shuttle: First badminton match played in outer space

Astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS), for the first time in history, indulged in a game of badminton in space on Tuesday.

The Russian state space corporation Roscosmos released a video of the cosmonauts and astronauts from Russia, the United States and Japan playing the first ever badminton match in outer space.

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