All posts in "Medical Science"

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

By Tracy Kelly / November 15, 2015

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 […]


Midgets With Chemical Mace

By Tracy Kelly / November 4, 2015

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 […]


The Last Neanderthals Near The Arctic Circle?

By Tracy Kelly / November 3, 2015

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 […]


Neanderthal Declined Early

By Tracy Kelly / September 22, 2015

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 […]


Blackbird Dying:Tropical Usutu Virus Kills Birds

By Tracy Kelly / August 4, 2015

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. […]