Hypothesis Photograph: AtomismBetter FOR: All-mountain skiers who payoff an periodic lap done the green.THE Trial: When you full slant the Hypothesis, the tip and ass crook up, vagabond you in easygoing blow and fashioning it easier to swivel. Tip this rightful similitude tip into a carve, nonetheless, and they scope outward-bound at the vertex of the routine, extending the run duration and boosting boundary clutches and stableness.THE VERDICT: Nuclear calls it All-Mountain cradle—and it workings. “Grips and rips,” aforesaid one examiner. “Gentle to slink Read more [...]
Hypothesis Picture: Inga HendricksonScoop FOR: Versatility.THE Essay: The unmistakably well-priced Hypothesis features damping wood-core building, brawny perpendicular incline walls, and up-and-coming c character stringers. The accompany is dexterous at blend cradle with bank and wick. Therein pillowcase, the cradle runs 20 pct fine-tune the tip and 10 percentage up the poop. What’s that render to on the mound? The Possibility skis all weather comfortably. 130/95/119THE VERDICT: The disconsolate spark is flash, citizenry.CARVE: 4Swim: 4 Boilersuit: 4Stigma: Nuclear$550 Read more [...]
on 12 January. In Siberia began to study the influence of the great Vasyugan marshes, an area of 53 thousand square km, climate warming in the region. An initiative to test this hypothesis were made by staff of the space monitoring Center of Altai state University /ASU/, undergraduate physical-technical faculty ASU Maxim Yakunin.
In his opinion, Vasyugan, considered one of the largest wetlands in the world, significantly affect the climate in Siberia, making it warmer here and the winter and summer.To confirm or refute the hypothesis help Yakunin colleagues from the center of space monitoring Read more [...]
on March 27. The moon is comprised almost entirely of the same material from which made the Earth at the dawn of the solar system. This is the conclusion of American astrophysics from the University of Chicago, media reported.
A group of scientists examined the composition of the earth's rocks, meteorites, chondrites and fragments extracted from the bowels of the moon. The researchers studied the presence of 2 rare types of titanium isotopes: light titanium-47 and \"heavy\" titanium-50. The ratio of these elements in any part of the earth's surface where the titanium atoms remains the same. Read more [...]
Contrary to the fact that all the Jews of Europe goes back to the people of ancient Judea, genetic research has revealed that a mosaic of DNA of this nation.Despite numerous genetic studies, the origin of the Jews of Europe is unclear. Another analysis, conducted under the direction of Eran Elhaika at Johns Hopkins University (USA), said that the Jewish genome is a mosaic of Caucasian, European and Semitic material.Contrary to popular belief that modern European Jews - direct descendants of immigrants from the Jews, the new data strongly support the Khazar hypothesis.The Khazar empire in the Read more [...]
12/06/2012 The spokesman of the National Space Administration (NASA) announced the finalization of the first high-gravity map of the Moon, created on the basis of data obtained scientific probes GRAIL. In particular in the study of research data sets, scientists have confirmed the hypothesis of the origin of the Moon, by the impact on our planet celestial body the size of Mars.Two GRAIL probes were launched to the surface of the Earth's satellite tenth of September last year, and came out in March, the calculated orbit fifty-five kilometers, started to produce measurements of gravity of the Read more [...]
Everything from fruit flies to dolphins need to from time to time to cover your eyes. The reason for this, apparently, is in the brain, and remains one of the mysteries of biology.At this session, we spend about a third of his life. If we deny this, we get sick. But we still do not know well, why do we need to sleep.At first glance, the answer is obvious: to the brain and other organs to rest and recover. But why can not we have a rest, staying awake and continue to be on guard? Why we can not restore power, and watch? Mystery ...Photo HelenHates Peas.Sleep - so common phenomenon in Read more [...]
on July 16. A small tsunami triggered a tidal wave in the Tyrrhenian sea on July 12. The exact cause of tsunami is not known (the hypothesis of the earthquake was excluded), but already got the title: \"Tsunami?\". So, at least, dubbed the phenomenon the \"experts\".
What happened? On the morning of 12 July, about 9:30, the sea receded approximately 20 meters away from Liguria to Sicily. Then the water is returned to the shore, but in the form of unusually high tidal waves 1 ft. This was repeated in the first, second, third time and so on for about 3 hours. Soon after 12 o'clock, everything Read more [...]
As you know, it all started with the Mayan calendar. This unusual obelisk is 10 meters high in Guatemala, in a town in the Mayan - Quirigua. She is almost one and a half thousand years. Mayan calendar - is fanciful images and pictures, each of which corresponds to some day. The Indians believed that the days of the month and eighteen, however, names for them for some reason they came up with two more - 20, as if in reserve. Despite the seeming absurdity of many to ask, "Will the end of the world or not, and what the Apocalypse - a scientific hypothesis or unscientific fallacy? '. Read more [...]
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has decided to revise the hypothesis that global warming increases the strength of natural disasters.Jean-Pascal van Ypersele (Left) and Martin Vanderstreten, the representative of Belgium, at the 31st session IPCC Bali (Indonesia) last October.Recall last week's UN climate panel acknowledged that mistake, naming 2035 as the date for the disappearance of Himalayan glaciers. Inaccuracy, incidentally, has crept into the report in 2007, the Nobel Peace Prize and has become the benchmark of climate science. Scandal!Statement disasters contained Read more [...]
This hypothesis led American paleontologist Van Valen. He tried to explain why chance extinction does not decrease with age. Based on the fossil record Van Valen was found that the lines of extinction genera of animals subject to decreasing exponentially. 'Hypothesis "Black Queen" suggested Van Valen [Van Valen 1973] to explain the observed them as "law" constant extinction rate subtaksonov within a more or less homogeneous (in adaptive environmental terms) higher taxon. Hypothesis suggests that in the area of adaptive growth fitness (fitness) of any group of species Read more [...]
There is another hypothesis about the causes of explosion Planets, besides uranium reactor explosion in the center of Planets by Anisichkin, namely, specific chemical reactions in the electrolyzed ice. EM Drobyshevsky article "Explosive Callisto and prioritize space missions" [Drobyshevsky 1999] suggests that such events occur regularly in the icy satellites of Jupiter, and they are dangerous for the Earth form a huge meteor shower. Electrolysis is the result of ice movement containing his heavenly body in a magnetic field, which makes him powerful currents. These currents lead to Read more [...]
History of medicine, and the history of philosophy, was the scene of fierce fighting the materialistic and idealistic ideas about the causes of diseases, their nature, life, health and death. At the same time, the history of medicine is the region of intense struggle scientific, materialistic views on the functioning of the human body in normal and pathological conditions with all kinds of theological, that is, the religious views on these issues.
Already in ancient (primitive communal and slave) society spontaneous materialist conception of disease resisted religious, idealistic. Materialistic Read more [...]
Meanwhile, the dispute has not stood still. Has recently been a number of attempts indirect evidence that human skills and knowledge passed down and that external circumstances can not practically influence the development process. For example, there has been some discussion about the caustic nature of IQ - IQ. Tests for mental development consist of a number of objectives, such as those shown in Fig. 1.1. It has been suggested that the performance of these tests is largely determined by hereditary factors. The arguments in favor of this view is drawn from the results of statistical data Read more [...]
What happens in the digestive tract when changing diet? Dr. Burki made some findings by Alexander Walker, a biochemist, working in southern Africa. Walker has done research on the assimilation of calcium in human volunteers in prison. He noticed that the negros produce feces at least 2 times a day and that the number of its average of 3 times higher than whites. He gave coloring tablets and thus found that the negros isolated feces after 9 h after the meal, while the white was needed for this 27 hours
Negros received in prison their traditional foods rich in cellulose, white - they were already Read more [...]
March 27. The moon is almost entirely composed of the same material from which the Earth was at the dawn of the solar system. This is the conclusion the American astrophysicist from the University of Chicago, according to news reports.
A team of scientists to study the composition of terrestrial rocks, meteorites, chondrites and fragments recovered from the depths of the moon. The researchers studied the presence of 2 types of rare isotopes of titanium, "light" titanium-47 and "heavy" titanium-50. The ratio of these elements in any part of the earth's surface, where Read more [...]
January 12. In Siberia, undertook a study of the influence of huge VASIUGAN marshes area of 53 sq km, to climate warming in the region. The initiative to test this hypothesis was made by the Center for Space Monitoring of Altai State University / ASU /, Graduate Faculty of Physical Engineering ASU Maxim Yakunin.
In his view, VASIUGAN, considered one of the largest wetlands in the world, significantly affect the climate in Siberia, making warmer here and the winter and summer.Confirm or disprove the hypothesis help Yakunin colleagues from the Center of Space Monitoring ASU. They process derived Read more [...]