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.