Category: Science

Father’s Day Shortchanged? Humble History, Fewer Gifts

Father’s Day Shortchanged? Humble History, Fewer Gifts

| June 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

A Filipino body gestures towards his daughter during a tribe outing in Manila (file picture). Photograph through . Aaron Favila, AP Father’s Day—today honored by perhaps the ultimate Internet accolade, a Google doodle—traditionally takes a backseat to Mother’s Day. And, on account of the most part, dads are a little cold with that, experts say. [...]

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Testing Tasers and Slingshots: Gotta-See Videos

Testing Tasers and Slingshots: Gotta-See Videos

| June 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

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World's Tallest Building, Built In 90 Days?

World's Tallest Building, Built In 90 Days?

| June 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

Doesn’t it look like the moment you get a repaired phone or laptop, it’s obsolete? About the only folks more competitive than tech companies dueling it out conducive to supremacy are the architects and mode of constructing companies vying for the crown of The World’s Tallest edifice.  Well, ding, ding, ding, ladies and gentlemen, we [...]

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LCLS Low-Energy Test Just Shy of the 284-Electronvolt Carbon Edge

LCLS Low-Energy Test Just Shy of the 284-Electronvolt Carbon Edge

| June 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

This idol characterizes the X-ray beam generated in a auspicious low-energy test at LCLS attached May 8. The low-energy setting produced a larger X-vision beam profile. Image courtesy Rick Iverson, LCLSSource featured

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Quantum Information is Preserved for Longer than a Second at Room Temperature

Quantum Information is Preserved for Longer than a Second at Room Temperature

| June 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

The material that quantum memories are made of: some international team of physicists has succeeded, in opposition to the first time, in storing a quantum mouth-piece in a diamond for longer than single second at room temperature. The researchers did not use a natural diamond like the unit shown here, however, neither was it divide. [...]

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'Echoes' of the Big Bang Misinterpreted?

'Echoes' of the Big Bang Misinterpreted?

| June 24, 2012 | 0 Comments

Seeing is believing, if it be not that when you don’t believe which you see. This is according to old radio astronomer Gerrit Verschuur, of the University of Memphis, who has one outrageously unorthodox theory that if equitable, would turn modern cosmology upside in a descending course. He proposes that at least more of the [...]

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Filmmakers: Give the Colorado a Chance

Filmmakers: Give the Colorado a Chance

| June 23, 2012 | 0 Comments

The momentous Colorado River begins life in the Rocky Mountains, and stretches 1,450 miles from one end to the other, crossing the southwestern United States and into Mexico ahead of emptying into the Gulf of California. Its monstrous bounty shone out to early settlers like one oasis in the desert, although individual of its original [...]

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BaBar Data Suggests Possible Flaws in the Standard Model

BaBar Data Suggests Possible Flaws in the Standard Model

| June 22, 2012 | 0 Comments

The latest results from the BaBar make trial may suggest a surplus over Standard Model predictions of a stamp of particle decay called “B to D-asterisk-tau-nu.” In this conceptual business, an electron and positron collide, resulting in a B meson (not shown) and an antimatter B-bar meson, which at that time decays into a D [...]

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Were Neanderthals Europe's First Cave Artists?

Were Neanderthals Europe's First Cave Artists?

| June 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

A line of cave paintings in Spain are thousands of years older than scientists realized, raising supposition — but no proof — that Neanderthals could consider been the earliest wall artists in Europe. The oldest representation of an object , a large red disk on the wall of El Castillo cavern in northern Spain, is [...]

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Surprise Culprits of Lyme Disease Boom

Surprise Culprits of Lyme Disease Boom

| June 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

Deer not rarely take the blame for spreading Lyme illness. But a new study suggests that foxes are a greater amount of critical link in a complex membrane of interactions that have contributed to boil rates of the insidious infectious disorder, while deer have nothing to carry into effect it with it. Foxes don’t make [...]

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