The creature with the key to immortality? – BBC News

Sea anemones are a common sight on many coastlines, and despite their brightly coloured appearance it seems they may have more common with humans than people realise. What’s more, researchers are wondering whether the creatures could hold the secret to eternal life, writes Mary Colwell. via Pocket
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Could humans ever regenerate a heart? A new study suggests the answer is ‘yes’: Communication between genes is the key — ScienceDaily

In a new study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the University of Florida scientist and colleagues found genes known to form hearts cells in humans and other animals in the gut of a muscle-less and heartless sea anemone. via Pocket
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One of the most important programs that the U.S. Air Force is undertaking is far from glamorous and comes with a funny name: Talon HATE. But this podded system will be vital for eliminating communications barriers between the F-22 and F-15C/D fleets, as well as other weapon systems. via Pocket
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American Pravda Video Bolsters Trump Calling CNN Fake News

Project Veritas released a new video Tuesday, revealing CNN management officers discussing the network’s decision to cover the Russia story despite a lack of evidence. President Donald Trump responded Tuesday morning, declaring the video proof that he was right to attack CNN as “fake news.” via Pocket
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As if they suddenly came to an epiphany, the United States Air Force brass is now admitting what many of us have been screaming about for so long: We didn’t build nearly enough F-22s, and the F-35 cannot simply pick up the slack. via Pocket
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Why the F-22 Raptor Is Such a Badass Plane

On an otherwise unremarkable day in March 2013, an American MQ-1 Predator drone was flying in international airspace off Iran, conducting a routine surveillance flight over the Persian Gulf. But the U.S. Air Force knew trouble might be lurking ahead. via Pocket
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The U.S. Air Force’s Stealth F-22 Raptor Will Fly Until 2060 | The National Interest Blog

The United States Air Force is planning to keep the Lockheed Martin F-22A Raptor in service though 2060. To that end, the service is funding a series of upgrades that will keep the powerful fifth-generation air superiority relevant for decades to come. via Pocket
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