Friday, December 16, 2011

The Timorese Buru Tuna From 42,000 Years Ago

Tuna was already a food menu is longer than we thought. In fact, 42,000 years ago, the ancient fisherman was able to lure him from the depths of the ocean. These findings update previous data, which states, humans began to use hooks or spear fishing in the 12,000 years ago.

Sunday, December 11, 2011

NASA: No evidence of Doomsday in 2012

December 2011 stayed 21 days longer, then citizens of the Earth will celebrate the arrival of 2012 - a new year that raised new hope as well as issues overshadowed the apocalypse.

Friday, November 25, 2011

Showcased Genius Einstein's brain

Are you curious about how the brain forms the genius of Albert Einstein? Please fly to Philadelphia. There, 46 pieces of the brain of the inventor of the Theory of Relativity was first exhibited.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Watch out, Shark Invasion Golf Course

Water hazard is a common term on the golf course. However, one water hazard that is different from the others. At Carbrook Golf Club, Brisbane, Australia, there are six adult sharks that inhabit an artificial lake on the golf course.

Two-Headed Albino Snake Startle U.S. scientists

The possibility of two-headed snake or bicephalic is 1:10,000, but a Honduran milk snake rare albino two-headed hatched in the United States.

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Buy Tickets NASA Space Commercial Aircraft

NASA and Virgin Galactic, a commercial space airline has signed a cooperation agreement to to research the commercial space shuttle's Virgin Galactic, SpaceShipTwo. 

Friday, October 14, 2011

Found, 'Art Studio' World's Oldest

The researchers found an ancient site that claimed to be 'art studio' first in the world. The room was found at Blombos Cave, located on the south coast of Cape Town, South Africa. He was an estimated 100,000 years. Similarly told 

Saturday, August 27, 2011

There is a River in the Lower Amazon River

Brazilian scientists discovered the existence of an underground river that flows along the 6,000 kilometers. Uniquely, this river flows beneath the Amazon River. 

Sunday, July 31, 2011

GMU Create Special Shoes Diabetes

Diabetics have an increased risk by 29 times the exposure diabetic ulcers, wound complications smell on the skin surface. It happened partly because of the use of inappropriate footwear, which contributed 99.9% of diabetic ulcers.

2020, China Prepare 500 GW of Renewable Energy

China announced their plans to bring renewable energy sources within the next 10 years. In total, the country will generate renewable energy by 500 gigawatts in 2020. 

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

10 Unique Facts About Bill Gates

Microsoft boss William Henry Gates III, which is famous with the name Bill Gates was a huge success in the field of technology. Gates succeeded in building Microsoft into a giant. Worldwide. Bill Gates has become one of the richest people in the world. The total wealth of U.S. $ 56 billion. 

Sex Aids talisman Parasites

Several researchers from Indiana University, the United States using the worm Caenorhabditis elegans to do research. They intend to know the difference between getting a descent with sex and multiplying asexually. 

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Causes of Disease 'face Wolves' Found

Still remember Supatra Sasuphan? Yes, he is a Thai girl who suffered from a rare disease, so nicknamed as a werewolf. 

Facebook Delete Account Fetus

Greene Marriah account on Facebook is not accessible. Authorities have frozen up the account, perhaps because Marriah Greene unborn.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Benefits Facebook For School Students

Social networking sites like Facebook can help students to interact socially and academically, which ultimately improve learning outcomes. This conclusion was drawn from a study conducted by researchers from China and Hong Kong.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

One Day Now Live 23 Hours

Richard Gross, a researcher from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA develop complex computer models to mengalkulasikan theoretically, how the earthquake in Japan, which is the fifth largest earthquake since 1900, affecting the Earth's rotation. 

Game Kill Osama bin Laden

Only a week after the death of Osama bin Laden, game lovers have the opportunity to direct how it felt the muzzle of weapons to al Qaeda's leadership body. Of course, only in a video game.

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Ikan Goliath Si Pemangsa Buaya

Ikan Goliath Tigerfish termasuk  salah satu ikan air tawar yang paling menakutkan dan terkenal sangat buas ketika memburu mangsanya. Dia memburu hewan apa saja, termasuk buaya. Lantaran garang, orang susah membekuk ikan ini. 

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Gary Thuerk, Bapak Spam Dunia

Gary Thuerk, Marketing Manager dari Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC), sebuah perusahaan komputer asal Amerika, pada 3 Mei 1978 ingin menyiarkan kabar seputar penjualan perdana komputer terbaru perusahaannya di Los Angeles dan San Mateo, California.

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Chiko, Salmon Most Resistant to Climate Change

Fraser River in British Columbia, Canada, is the region where the berhuninya more than 100 species of salmon. Many of the species was already extremely adjust to the environment. As a result, even small changes, such as water temperature, river flow, or changes in altitude to be disastrous for them. 

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Tigerfish, Fish Wild African Origin

If the South Americans had a piranha, Africa had a similar fish that is tigerfish. Although coming from very different species, both fish are known to be very ferocious when chasing prey. 

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Researchers Successfully Sperm Production

Sperm is a complex cell. Tail, mitochondrial spiral center, heads a special design so it can penetrate the outer membrane of the egg, is the result of a highly sophisticated process of development in the testes.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

The animal instinct So Early Warning System

North Korea advised their citizens to use their pet as an early warning system for natural disasters earthquakes. The announcement comes after the earthquake and the tsunami that devastated Japan.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Companion Teacher, Mathematics Teacher Community Site

Mathematics subjects recognized is still a scourge for some students at the school. To that end, various ways have been taken so that students can further deepen the spirit of the science lesson.

Monday, March 14, 2011

Habits on Facebook Reveals Self-Assessment

How often do you change the status or upload photos on Facebook? This could describe how your personality. According to research by psychologists from the University of Buffalo, United States, women who think other people-related performance appraisal tends to often change your profile picture on Facebook.

Mobile phones can now to Detect Cancer

In the near future, there may be an application that lets you easily detect cancer. Researchers have created a tiny device, which with the help of a smartphone, in 1 hour can determine whether the suspicious lump in the body of a cancer patient is dangerous or benign. 

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Human differences with the chimp

DNA changes have produced an enormous impact on human evolution. From the latest findings, published in the journal Nature, researchers reveal not only what humans acquired during evolution, but also explain what loss is experienced. 

Japan Earthquake Slide Two Meters

An earthquake measuring 8.9 on the Richter scale, followed by tsunamis make the main island of Japan moved up to 2.4 meters. The earthquake was also reported to have shifted the axis of the earth. 

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Kaskus Add 250 Server

In the midst of a competitive online business, Kaskus Network expansion by cooperating with local company Global Digital Prima (GDP), a company engaged in the digital industry and media content.

World's Largest Volcano erupts Will

Volcanoes of Yellowstone National Park, in the northwestern region of Wyoming, United States, showed signs of unusual activity. 

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

NASA Findings Alien Fossil Wrong Problem

A scientist of NASA (National Space Agency of the United States of America) claim to have discovered fossilized bacteria in meteorites. However, his own superiors in fact denied the claim.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

First Solar Aircraft

NASA made history once again new. This time the space agency from the United States had successfully created the first spacecraft-based solar power.

Hide A lot suspected Mars Ice

Poles of Mars are not the only possible place where water ice hiding in the planet. From the latest discovery, astronomers predict that the ice is also present in the craters around the equator of Mars.

Plant 'Chameleon' Can Changing Colors

Not just a chameleon who can change the color of skin. Apparently, the plants are now able to change color in accordance with the conditions of shelter.

U.S. Teens Find 'Weapons Death Ray'

First, the large U.S. scientist who had become assistant to Thomas Alva Edison, Nikola Tesla, had proposed the concept of the Death Ray weapon that can be deadly. 

Genes Cause Nicotine Addiction

Researchers have identified a gene called CHRNA5. This gene is a major source of nicotine cause can not be forgotten by the brain. The findings open opportunities to the development of anti-smoking drug.

Mona Lisa is a Man

Italian researchers found a surprising new facts from the masterpiece painting The Mona Lisa, da Vinci's masterpiece Leonrdo maestro.Vinceti Silvano, the head researcher said the painting, the Mona Lisa model that is in the painting is a man, boy.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Ivy Solar-powered Car World's Fastest

The students from the University of of New South Wales managed to break the record for solar-powered vehicle. 

Disaster resistant Hotel, blackouts Nabi Nuh

The threat of global warming, when sea surface height is estimated to rise to the extreme and drown some of the planet Earth, an inspiration Russian architectural firm, Remistudio. 

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Estonia Mobilizing Citizens for Cyber War

Estonia is currently recruiting a group of experts in the field of computers to defend against cyber warfare. 

Friday, January 7, 2011

North Pole Shift, Platform for Airport Changed

Earth's magnetic pole shift lately turned out to greatly affect air navigation.

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Saudi Arabia Bird Capture Israeli spies

Saudi Arabian officials catch bird Nasar, vultures on charges of spying for Israeli intelligence agency, Mossad.