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Baroque Castle Located on Artificial Island in Moritzburg

Baroque Castle Located on Artificial Island in Moritzburg

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The Moritzburg castle lies on an artificial island named after the Moritz of Saxony. The castle had been excellent hunting lodge. The interior of the castle is full of baroque decor and contains many hunting trophies. The castle (Schloss in German language) was a place where a very popular Czechoslovak-German fairy-tale movie Three Nuts for Cinderella (Tri orisky pro Popelku) was filmed. The movie became a classic and is usually aired at Christmas time to make proper winter atmosphere.

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JX-594 – Artificial Virus That Kills Cancer Cells?

JX-594 – Artificial Virus That Kills Cancer Cells?

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A specially developed virus called JX-594 is a new cancer combating virus working on search and destroy principle. To develop a virus, a strain of vaccinia virus was used with modifications – a gene encoding a protein called GM-CSF was added to detect cancer cells, and a gene transcribing beta-galactosidase as a marker to localize virus. The study was conducted on 23 patients with metastases. Virus replicated in tumors only and not in the health tissue which is promising. In 6 from 8 patients, which got the highest doses, the tumor became smaller or at least stable. This treatment is developed by California company Jennerex Inc.

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Artificial Colors in Food Recipes

Artificial Colors in Food Recipes

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Artificial colors in food become somehow standard in last years. Todays market has the only one goal – to sell as much as possible. And much colorful food sells better. Natural sources for coloring were used in the past like beet juice for red or turmeric for yellow. To replace these natural sources with cheaper one, artificial colors are added today. The report from CSPI called Food Dyes – A Rainbow of Risks stated many risks: Blue 1, Red 40, Yellow 5, and Yellow 6 have long been known to cause allergic reactions in some people. Tests on lab animals of Blue 1, Blue 2, Green 3, Red 40, Yellow 5, and Yellow 6 showed signs of causing cancer … Yellow 5 also caused mutations, an indication of possible carcinogenicity, in six of 11 tests… FDA tests show that the three most-widely used dyes, Red 40, Yellow 5, and Yellow 6, are tainted with low levels of cancer-causing compounds, including benzidine and 4-aminobiphenyl in Yellow 5. So don’t let you hooked on these color food and eat rather something natural.

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Artificial Intelligence Evolution

Artificial Intelligence Evolution

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Most agree that the evolution of artificial intelligence began with Alan Turing in 1950. In the paper called Turing Test, the test called for a human to use a computer terminal to interact in conversations with several different people and with machine too. If the human could not determine which of its conversations were with a person and which were with the machine, the test had been passed and the machine would be considered intelligent. The term “artificial intelligence” was first used by John McCarthy, co-founder of the MIT AI lab.
Today’s super computers are more and more faster. But there is always open one question – what for will it be used? – for something good or should we wait for something like judgment day in the Terminator film?

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