Bye-bye, George

Ambassador of endangered species everywhere dies from old age Based on satellite images, this map shows the major Galápagos Islands. This chain forms a province of Ecuador and lies 1,000 kilometers west of South America’s mainland. Credit: Wikipedia/NASA[/caption] For roughly ...

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Ice Cube science

Francis Halzen has an unusual job. This scientist studies itsy bitsy, teeny tiny objects zipping through the universe. They’re called neutrinos. His job should be easy because neutrinos are all around us, all the time. They pass from the depths ...

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Eating can be skin deep

In the laboratory, bottom-dwelling hagfish absorb nutrients through the skin Fashion designers love eel-skin: Shoes, purses and wallets are made from the stuff, which looks like leather. Despite its name, though, much of the eel-skin in expensive accessories doesn’t come ...

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The particle zoo

A discussion about the various particle types discussed in modern physics and how they oddly relate to animals in a zoo. If you look in the Particle Data Book, you will find more than 150 particles listed there.  It isn’t ...

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Either Martians or Mars has gas

Martian methane points to possible life on the Red Planet Cows and Mars have at least one thing in common — methane. Like flatulent (or farting) cows that produce the gas, the Red Planet releases clouds of methane, according to ...

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Night of the living ants

 Chemicals make the difference between life and death for these insects When an ant dies, other ants move the dead insect out of the nest. Sometimes, the dead ant gets moved away very soon — within an hour of dying. ...

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Meteor explodes over Russia

Mother Nature provided a surprise light show over Russia early on February 14. That’s when a major meteor entered Earth’s atmosphere. The object was originally 17 meters (55 feet) in diameter. That’s as wide as a 5-story building is high. ...

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The growing planetary family

At least 1,200 added to list of possible planets beyond the solar system Planet hunters and space enthusiasts, rejoice! On February 2, astronomers announced the discovery of 1,235 possible new planets in the galaxy. These strange new worlds — near ...

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دانلود رایگان آهنگ های ماه محرم 9

دانلود رایگان آهنگ های ماه محرم برای دوستداران نوه رسول اکرم . پیامیر عظیم الشان جهان اسلام . پنجمین آهنگ   5 عزاداری وعباداتتان مقبول درگاه حق باشد با امید به اینکه ایمانمان به الله و کتاب خدا و رسول ...

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What Makes A Boomerang Come Back

The physics of boomerang flight : The boomerang is one of humanity’s oldest heavier-than-air flying inventions. King Tutankhamen, who lived during the 14th century BC, owned an extensive collection, and aboriginal Australians used boomerangs in hunting and warfare at least ...

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Sleep: The Ultimate Brainwasher

Brainwashing : Every night since humans first evolved, we have made what might be considered a baffling, dangerous mistake. Despite the once-prevalent threat of being eaten by predators, and the loss of valuable time for gathering food, accumulating wealth, or ...

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گلنوشته ای از دیوان حافظ : ای شاهد قدسی که کشد بند نقابت , وای مرغ بهشتی که دهد دانه و آبت

ای شاهد قدسی که کشد بند نقابت وای مرغ بهشتی که دهد دانه و آبت خوابم بشد از دیده در این فکر جگر سوز کاغوش که شد منزل  آسایش و خوابت درویش نمی پرسی و ترسم که نباشد اندیشه آمرزش ...

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Babies Are Born With Some Math Skills

If a 6-month-old can distinguish between 20 dots and 10 dots, she’s more likely to be a good at math in preschool. That’s the conclusion of a new study, which finds that part of our proficiency at addition and subtraction ...

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