Author Archives: William Butler

About William Butler

I worked as a hydrogeologist for most of my life before retiring to spend more time with my wife and two daughters. Today I have numerous hobbies that keep me active, one of which is writing for this publication. I have extensive knowledge in chemistry and geology and wrote many papers during my working life. 9 E. Flax Drive Benoit, MS 38725 [email protected] 601-691-5032

New archaeological discoveries in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt

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New important archaeological discoveries were made in the area of the Valley of the Kings, now Luxor, in Egypt, an area that continues to provide more valuable artifacts than the others. Researchers have discovered a kind of “industrial area” where once objects of all kinds were produced, from decorative objects to furniture, tools and burial objects and graves. According to… Read more »

A wormhole could remain stable and passable forever

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A new wormhole study published in September on classical gravity and quantum gravity was taken up by New Scientist. This is a study that does not approach the possibility of the existence of space-time tunnels, a deformation of space-time that, according to some universes parallel to ours, could be a transition to other realities. According to Diandian Wang, a researcher… Read more »

Genetically modified pigskin applied to the human wound

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Pigskin genetically modified to close a person’s wound: This is the goal achieved for the first time in the history of xenotransplantation by doctors at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). The success of this procedure shows that tissue from genetically treated animals can be successfully used to close a human wound. When the deep wounds caused by burns have to… Read more »