Tuesday, 15 April 2014

UN finally admitted: We are sprayed you and control weather

A few days ago, the United Nations session was devoted to the control of weather, chemtrails, dusting and everything that the government of the world for years and still do not acknowledge publicly about how chemtrails conspiracy theory that has no evidence .
Then it's really amazing how the UN at its meeting to discuss the chemicals that planes emit by all of us .
It is stated that these experiments are private companies and foreign governments. The aim is to claim control and change the time to protect agriculture and crops due to global warming , which is already well known , big lie on which revolve billion in taxes for carbon dioxide . Now do not hesitate to say so publicly as planes do change our climate changes the chemical substances that are released into the air .
It's just not clear who had allowed private companies and world governments to carry out their experiments upon humanity .
For years, people are assured to not see well as traces in the sky does not exist, how are regular planes and condensing gases are the same . For years, saying that spraying does not , as a conspiracy theory and , worst of all, they managed to fool a few of them .
Theory of chemtrails are discredited and so today there are people who, despite all the evidence and confessions continue to talk to all the conspiracy theories , it's not true .
According to the analysis of rainwater and soil samples chemtrails, among other things , the highest percentage consisting of aluminum oxide , barium salts - dibromoethane , carcinogenic extra fuel and insecticides , fibrous brown stuff , like cobwebs. -Alumina and barium salts are the two most common component in those chemtrails has absorbed the radioactive matters .

Friday, 11 April 2014

Frogs use their eyeballs to eat. Really!

Frogs aren't just for dissecting in science class. The many species all have unique, fun, weird, and sometimes deadly characteristics about them that would surprise the majority of animal lovers. One of the strangest has to do with simply swallowing their meal.

As soon as they grab that succulent, unsuspecting insect, they need to blink, and it's not to keep their eyeballs from flying out. The eyelids pushes their eyes down to the top of their mouth and actually helps push the food down their throat. Talk about eyes bigger than their stomach.

Most frogs actually have teeth on their upper jaw, used primarily for keeping the prey in their mouth while it awaits the eyeball assault that pushes them down to the stomach.

If you were interested in what happened after the dinner starts its journey to the stomach, look no further than the glass frog which has translucent skin. That means you can see everything on the inside, including organs, bones, and muscles. Track that fly from the mouth, all the way to the stomach where it gets digested, like a grand tour of frog body.

Friday, 4 April 2014

Earth is the only known planet in the universe to have total solar eclipses!

Currently, our moon's diameter is approximately 400 times smaller than that of our sun; but it's also approximately 400 times closer. That means that, thanks to some great cosmic coincidence, we are the only know planet that can experience a total eclipse of the sun.

So what are the odds of this happening anywhere else? No one really knows, unfortunately. Only 893 planets have been discovered and named by astronomers so far, and our knowledge about their moons is equally sparse.

Based on our current knowledge of space, there may be millions or even billions of undiscovered planets, each of which may have one or more moons.

Ultimately, thanks to the vast numbers involved in the calculations, we can assume that some other planet, somewhere in the depths of space, also has the same size relationship between it's sun and moon — and maybe even intelligent life to view it!

 
Currently, our moon's diameter is approximately 400 times smaller than that of our sun; but it's also approximately 400 times closer. That means that, thanks to some great cosmic coincidence, we are the only know planet that can experience a total eclipse of the sun.
So what are the odds of this happening anywhere else? No one really knows, unfortunately. Only 893 planets have been discovered and named by astronomers so far, and our knowledge about their moons is equally sparse.
Based on our current knowledge of space, there may be millions or even billions of undiscovered planets, each of which may have one or more moons.
Ultimately, thanks to the vast numbers involved in the calculations, we can assume that some other planet, somewhere in the depths of space, also has the same size relationship between it's sun and moon — and maybe even intelligent life to view it!

Read more at http://www.omg-facts.com/category/7/Science#PK0dUdbd2k4bRlCX.99

Tuesday, 1 April 2014

Scientists have produced the first "living material"

Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology have made a material with the properties of living and non-living things using the bacterium E.coli.

Their study suggests that in the future be possible materials that will evolve and renew themselves, and will be used by the development of biosensors and solar panels.

Researchers led by Timothy Luoma, assistant professor of electrical and biological engineering have shown that it is possible to connect gold nanoparticles and quantum points in the so-called "living material".

These smart materials will be able to react to the environment, such as living cells, but will also develop complex networks that are necessary for the application.

For example, self-healing materials can help absorbance and conducting electricity in solar cells. These materials also can repair scratches or defects without external intervention.

"Our idea is to combine the world of inanimate and animate and make hybrid materials with functional cells," said Lu.


Controlling bacteria


In order to develop the material , scientists were "getting involved" in "producing biofilm" to force the bacteria that uses nanoparticles and quantum dot.
Biofilm helps bacteria ( such as those that inhabit tartar ) that " sticks " to the surface , and in the case ešerhije quantity , it is about a fiber made ​​of a series of protein subunits CsgA .
For the study , the researchers altered the natural ability of E. coli that produces CsgA and made ​​genetically designed strain that produces CsgA only in certain circumstances , for example , when present molecule AHL .
This has helped scientists to control the production of biofilm formation in bacteria .
In the next part of the study, the researchers designed by E.coli that produces CsgA associated with peptides containing the amino acid histidine .
Production of targeted CsgA was controlled by limiting the amount of other molecules ATC .
When gold nanoparticles are added to a mixture of fiber , histadin was " bought" these particles and creating a network of gold nanoconections. In the future, such a network could be used in advanced computer science and biosensors .
Researchers have even demonstrated that bacteria can evolve and interact with each other to make them " persuaded " to produce CsgA linked to histidine .
" This is a very simple system , but it shows that cells can communicate with each other and changing the composition of the material over time ," says Lu . " We hope that this will succeed in imitating the ways in which natural systems are being developed , such as the bones ."
The study was published in the journal Nature Materials .
 

Friday, 28 March 2014

Humans are not superior, dolphins are smarter!

People are not the smartest creatures on Earth, scientists say, and that some species of animals, in their own way, are more intelligent - for example dolphins.

Killer whales have a complex language to communicate , and dolphins give each other the names that are based on the sound signal. This means that dolphins are finding themselves and others, say the scientists .
For thousands of years, various experts , from religious leaders to scientists , saying that people are "special and the brightest " , but science shows that some animals have the cognitive skills that more  superior human beings .
Researchers from the University of Adelaide once confirmed this thesis , a intelligence research and the evolution of primate brain supports the hypothesis that people are not the smartest creatures on Earth .
Scientists remind us that Aristotle , one of the greatest thinkers , argued that humans are superior to other animals because of their reasoning skills . But the reasoning is only one form of intelligence . The fact is that people do not understand the animals and they do not understand people , but that does not mean that their intelligence at different levels , but only that - a different kind.
People have a cumulative culture , which allows them to perform many of the actions that other animals can not do . However , this does not mean that the individuals of the human race superior to other beings.
" Monkeys are built in such a way that they do not need a house , people have evolved in an environment where you do not have to hand catch fish , but the Bears have , and they do it better than men ," the researchers said.

Friday, 14 March 2014

It would only take 29 dominoes to knock over the Empire State Building

Physics can be terrifying and awesome at the same time. A single, tiny domino, only five millimeters high and a single millimeter thick could knock down a building as big as the Empire State building in just 29 steps.

Dominoes can knock over another domino up to one and a half times it's size. If you started with that small domino, about the size of a fingernail, it would only take 29 dominoes, each one one and a half times larger than the previous, to get to the size of New York's crown jewel building—and it would crumble.

Gravitational energy is stored in each domino when they are stood up, which requires just the slightest push to get the energy to spill to the side and release that energy that goes straight into the next domino it hits. With every domino the energy continues to amplify, gaining the power to knock down just about anything in it's way once it gets big enough.

The idea of massive amounts of energy getting exponentially bigger can be a terrifying thought on a grand scale.
Physics can be terrifying and awesome at the same time. A single, tiny domino, only five millimeters high and a single millimeter thick could knock down a building as big as the Empire State building in just 29 steps.
Dominoes can knock over another domino up to one and a half times it's size. If you started with that small domino, about the size of a fingernail, it would only take 29 dominoes, each one one and a half times larger than the previous, to get to the size of New York's crown jewel building—and it would crumble.
Gravitational energy is stored in each domino when they are stood up, which requires just the slightest push to get the energy to spill to the side and release that energy that goes straight into the next domino it hits. With every domino the energy continues to amplify, gaining the power to knock down just about anything in it's way once it gets big enough.
The idea of massive amounts of energy getting exponentially bigger can be a terrifying thought on a grand scale.

Read more at http://www.omg-facts.com/category/7/Science#jDK04PlBrw9S8ukB.99

Friday, 7 March 2014

Star slightly younger than the Universe

Australian astronomers, during the project mapping parts of the southern sky, discovered Star SM0313, whose age is estimated at about 13.6 billion years, only a few hundred million years younger than the age of the Universe.


One of the very important information about the objects in the universe that spectroscopy reveals is their age. Australian astronomers , during the project mapping parts of the southern sky discovered Star SM0313 , located less than 2 kiloparseka of the solar system ( the diameter of our galaxy , the Milky Way is about 30 kiloparseka ) . After precision spectroscopic observations 6.5 meter Magellan telescope in Chile , and the stars age is estimated at about 13.6 billion years. Only a few hundred million years younger than the age of the Universe .
Indicator of great age, and the stars is that its range is such that points to the almost complete absence of elements heavier than hydrogen and helium . For example, the proportion of iron in the composition of these stars is ten million times smaller than the fraction of iron in the composition of the Sun . This points to the fact that , at the time when these stars formed in the universe was much less heavy elements than today . How heavy elements are formed in the evolution of stars and are dispersed throughout the universe in supernova explosions , this is an indicator of the extreme age of the stars SM0313.


The process of determining the chemical composition of the stars on the basis of the spectrum and its age on the basis of chemical composition is the result of an extremely successful and detailed theoretical analysis which started greats such as astrophysics S.Čandrasekar , Eddington , E. Salpeter and others. However , believe it or not , this star is not made ​​of intact gas . The share of heavy metals is higher than that which arose in the big bang , so currently we think that these stars formed from material which, upon reaching the stage of a supernova , threw the first stars , known as Population III . Population III stars were made ​​up entirely of hydrogen, helium and lithium, elements that were created in the Big Bang . They , however , have not yet been directly detected .
Evolution of stars, from lighter elements are formed heavier , which are processes in the final stages of the evolution of the stars were scattered into the surrounding interstellar medium . From it are gradually emerged a new star that were richer and richer in heavy elements . Sun , Earth and life as we know it here would not be able to occur without this process of " cosmic recycling . "
Direct detection of population III stars will be one of the main tasks of the James Webb Space Telescope ( JWST ) . Understanding the process of evolution of the first stars is extremely important for the theory of the formation and evolution of galaxies , as well as for better understanding of cosmological processes , such as zoning .

 
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