Category: Science

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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Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes May Eventually Replace Expensive Platinum Catalysts

Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes May Eventually Replace Expensive Platinum Catalysts

| June 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

This drawing shows the damaged outer wall of a carbon nanotube through nanosized graphene pieces (white patches), which facilitate the formation of catalytic sites made of iron (yellow) and nitrogen (red) atoms. The catalyst reduces oxygen to moisten. Guosong HongSource featured

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Ancient Egyptians Tracked Eclipsing Binary Star Algol

Ancient Egyptians Tracked Eclipsing Binary Star Algol

| May 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

“Aldebaran’s dignified, okayAlgol’s pretty neat,Betelgeuse’s affectedly nice girlsWill knock you off your feet”. – Douglas Adams, Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Turn your telescope to the constellation of Perseus and you main note an unusual star called Algol, dubbed the “Demon Star” or the “Raging One.” You wouldn’t heed anything much different at first, except [...]

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Meteorite Shows Existence of Reduced Carbon on Mars

Meteorite Shows Existence of Reduced Carbon on Mars

| May 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

This 4.5 billion-year-former rock, labeled meteorite ALH84001, is believed to require once been a part of Mars and to comprehend fossil evidence that primitive life may hold existed on Mars more than 3.6 billion years since. Image credit: NASA/JSC/Stanford UniversitySource featured

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When Aliens Attack: Gotta-See Videos

When Aliens Attack: Gotta-See Videos

| May 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

What would befall if aliens were to attack us? Would it be like the biblical battle of David and Goliath? New York City College Physics Professor Dr. Michio Kaku uses a deviating characterization… Today’s Google Doodle — in covering you haven’t seen it — is in tax to Robert Moog. Moog, a electronic symphony pioneer, [...]

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Radio Waves from Brown Dwarf Discovered

Radio Waves from Brown Dwarf Discovered

| May 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

An master's impression of a brown dwarf resembling to J1047+21.Source featured

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MIT Study Measures the Effects of Low Doses of Radiation on DNA

MIT Study Measures the Effects of Low Doses of Radiation on DNA

| May 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

While exposure to low-dose-rate radiation from cosmic irradiance and natural radioactive isotopes in the environment is business of everyday life, a new study from MIT measures the genetic detriment of low doses of radiation delivered upward ofing a long period of time. A repaired study from MIT scientists suggests that the guidelines governments application to [...]

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Kids Use Kinect for Robot Competition

Kids Use Kinect for Robot Competition

| May 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

With total of the electronic devices and games on all sides, being a kid is days is comely fun. And it’s particularly a little cold if your school decides to take down a robotics competition. Ten or 15 years since, such competitions, if they existed, were limitedare signing up during the term of competition and [...]

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