Monthly Archives: October 2012

Renewable energy would save EU trillions by 2050

The Commission by environmental campaigners forecast 3 trillion euros would generate by 2050 on their green revolution campaign- to make EU energy almost totally carbon free. The energy shift would already create around half a million extra jobs by 2020, … Continue reading

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Human Thirst Makes Earth Quake

As we all know earthquake is a catastrophic natural disaster. Most earthquake-related deaths are caused by the collapse of structures and the construction practices play a tremendous role in the death toll of an earthquake. In southern Italy in 1909 … Continue reading

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Flooded summer season, Atlantic Ocean blames

Northern Europe picks on the Atlantic Ocean because of its wet summer according to a new study. The rising and falling of ocean temperature or the so called cyclical deception is seen as a major extortion on the weather. The … Continue reading

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Giant mammoth carcass in Siberian frost

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Yevgeny Salinder, an 11-year old Russian boy, is the one who discovered the massive remains of the mammoth in August. The mammoth, estimated to be at its 16 year when it died measured 2 meters and weighed 1,000 pounds, was … Continue reading

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Protein to combat reef-destroying starfish

A group of scientists in Australia has announced this week an potentially effective way to eliminate the destructive starfish, crown of thorns, that are feasting on coral reefs in the Pacific ocean. The crown of thorns is already prominent in … Continue reading

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Mini satellite from Japan will send Morse

Five small low-cost satellites are deployed today from the ISS to conduct scientific missions and test a possible type of optical communication scheme. CubeSats, palm-sized satellites measuring 4 inches, are solar-powered cubes that will orbit the Earth for the next … Continue reading

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Mars Curiosity rover scheduled for a stopover

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Mars Curiosity rover is scheduled for a stopover to scrutinize the pyramid-shaped rock on the planet’s surface.The rock, measuring around 16 inches at the base and 10 inches high is chosen for analysis due to its unusual shape, was named … Continue reading

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A solution for Asian carp infestation

Brought from the East to aid in managing aquatic plants in aquaculture industries, Asian carp has been unwittingly introduced to freshwater sources of the US. Today, they are seen as a big problem in the fishing industry for their big … Continue reading

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Beeswax discovered as ancient tooth filling

An ancient tooth patched with beeswax filling and was recovered from Slovenia a hundred years ago could very well be the oldest evidence of ancient dentistry. According to a report by researchers published in the PLoS ONE journal last week, … Continue reading

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