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Category Archive: Science

Jun 10 2013

Listen to some wonderful songs!

Apr 18 2013

Big Bang didn’t need God.

Stephen Hawking said it. Our universe didn’t need any divine help to burst into being, famed cosmologist Stephen Hawking told a packed house here at the California Institute of Technology Tuesday night (April 16). He noted that many people still seek a divine solution to counter the theories of curious physicists, and at one point, …

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Apr 12 2013

The brain!

”Researchers have developed a process that renders an intact mouse brain transparent. By replacing the opaque fatty components in the brain with a transparent hydrogel, the wiring and molecular structure of the brain become clear to see with visible light and chemicals. The research opens a door to new imaging techniques that could potentially be …

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Feb 19 2013

Happy Birthday Nicolaus Copernicus!

God placed the Earth at the center of the universe. In his book ‘De revolutionibus orbium coelestium’, Copernicus placed the Sun, not the Earth, at the center. Copernicus changed the world. 500 years ago he proved god wrong.

Feb 15 2013

Let there be light.

Professor Miguel Nicolelis and his team, from Duke University, North Carolina, have used Infra-red light (which rats can’t see)to trigger brain implants and signal a rat to move in a demonstration of brain interface controls. The infrared sensors gave rats the ability to detect the normally invisible light. The research could help us to one …

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Feb 11 2013

‘Bacteria eats poison and poops out gold!’ Really? Yep.

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We have heard that Bacteria Produces 24-Karat Gold From Toxic Chemicals. Now we know how bacteria changes ions into solid gold. Is it possible? Yes, it is. The bacteria is called Delftia acidovorans, and it turns out that its King Midas-like conversion is part of a self-defense mechanism. Gold ions dissolved in water are toxic, …

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Jan 26 2013

Cloned buffalo gave birth to a baby buffalo in India!

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Garima-II, the cloned buffalo was born on August 22nd, 2010. She survived without any complications and delivered a calf at 1.51am yesterday. The baby buffalo is called Mahima. She weighs 32 kg. Mahima is in very good health. She started sucking milk within 30 minutes of her birth. Thanks Garima-II for giving birth to a …

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Jan 21 2013

To give birth to Neanderthal man? Why not?

George Church, a genetics professor at Harvard Medical School, seeks an adventurous-woman who is interested in giving birth to a Neanderthal baby. George Church’s arguments for the recreation of Neanderthals: 1. Neanderthals were in fact a highly intelligent race and they could be recreated through modern medicine. 2. We can clone all kinds of mammals, …

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Dec 25 2012

Happy Birthday, Newton!

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Newton said, ‘We build too many walls and not enough bridges.’ Newton probably had asperger’s syndrome. He did not have enough bridges in his brains that worked for physics, alchemy and theology. Different areas of his brains worked independently, but each with intense local power. If his brains were integrated, he wouldn’t have been Newton., …

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Nov 26 2012

Extinct animals could come back to life

Lonesome George. He was the loneliest animal of the planet. One Day Lonesome George, Giant Tortoise, Last of His Kind, died. He was only 100 years old. Scientists now decided to bring Galapagos extinct Tortoise back to life.. Extinct animals could be resurrected. Such a wonderful idea!

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