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Okay, many Americans may not like this. I can understand that. Still, there’s a ring of truth in this article that I found at “Bananenplanet“: 10 things Americans don’t know about America. 1. Few People Are Impressed By Us Unless … Continue reading
The elevation of Tianmen Mountains is 1518.6 meters (the highest one in Zhangjiajie); people may feel amazing that about 40 peaks inside the mountain area are over 1000 meters. Due to the high elevation of the mountain, the day time … Continue reading
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DNA: The Ultimate Hard Drive ENLARGE IMAGE Genetic hard drive. Scientists have found a way to store an entire textbook in the code of DNA. Credit: Sergey Volkov/iStockphoto When it comes to storing information, hard drives don’t hold a candle to … Continue reading
Dutch Ministry Proposes Powers for Police to Hack into Computers, Install Spyware, Destroy Data Written by Ravi Mandalia The Dutch Ministry of Justice and Security has proposed some rather over the line measures and wants to extend such powers to the … Continue reading
From Tor.com’s STEAMPUNK WEEK 2012: Boldly Into Our Patina’d Future: How Steampunk Can (Help) Save the World by MARGARET KILLJOY Photo by ’Riding Pretty’ Steampunk is, in part at least, a re-envisioning of humanity’s interaction with the things that we make and … Continue reading
Creationism is not for children. They need to be aware of the real world, the dinosaur bones, and the stars that existed before the sun and the ones that started after that.
Crop circles. Who has not heard of them, and seen pictures of impressive, beautiful and incomprehensible patterns that seem to have been stamped into fields all over the world? The first crop circles appeared in the 1970s. These were small … Continue reading