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Was Not The Big Bang, The Beginning?The Eternal Rebirth Of The Universe

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A year after the earthquake and tsunami of March 11, 2011, which killed at least 20,000 dead or missing, the wounds are still vivid in Japan: tsunami-affected areas, where debris are crowded; around the territory drained Central Fukushima; inhabitants refugees away from home Back on a double disaster, seismic and nuclear.   March 11, 2011 […]

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Midgets With Chemical Mace

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The particularity of Japan   The archipelago is located at the junction of three tectonic plates , the Eurasian, Philippine and Pacific, with an additional small plates, like that of Okhotsk. The Pacific plate is sinking beneath the Eurasian plate along the Japan Trench at a rate of 8.5 cm / year. A small region […]

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The Last Neanderthals Near The Arctic Circle?

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In Iwate Prefecture, where protective walls 10 meters were built, residents have thought beyond the reach of the tsunami.   To improve the estimates and alerts, you must base calculations on a larger volume of data, Hiroo Kanamori believes. In this case, the Japanese agency had information from seismometers short period which should have been […]

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Neanderthal Declined Early

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On the certificate of Guinness World Records ltd it says. The smallest made by man jet engine measures 600 nanometers in diameter and weighs 1 picogram (10 ^ kg minus 15) He was by Alex A. Solovev, Samuel Sanchez, Yongfeng Mei and Oliver G. Schmidt at the Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research […]

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Blackbird Dying:Tropical Usutu Virus Kills Birds

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This new method combines actually two types of technology used to produce electricity: a microbial fuel cell and a reverse electrodialysis system. Two methods inefficient because with a yield too low or too high manufacturing cost. But by associating it can overcome the limitations of individual technologies, said Bruce E. Logan, professor of environmental engineering. […]