Archive for the Science Category

High In Uruguay, Shrinking Coral Level And Going Down.

Posted in Around The World, Drugs, Environment, Ocean, Science, Social Issues, Technology on 02/10/2012 by 1812

The Uruguayan government has introduced a law that would hand over to them the producing and selling of marijuana to registered users.

A new study shows the Great Barrier Reef’s level of coral cover has dropped from 28% in 1985 to 13% today.

Scientists are planning a $1 billion mission to the Earth’s mantle.

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Maybe Not The Dream, Cheesy Transportation And Saudi Arabian Princess Ammerah Al-Taweel

Posted in Airplanes, Around The World, Automobiles, Energy, Government, Law, Science, United States, Women on 30/09/2012 by 1812

A cracked fan midshaft has been found on a Dreamliner General Electric GEnx-1B turbofan engine, marking the second engine problem for Boeing’s dream.

A biodiesel fuel made out of the watery waste of mass-produced cheese has been created by a team of researchers at Utah State University.

Saudi Arabian Princess Ameerah Al-Taweel is working to bring Saudi women the right to drive.

Morris Minor Cars, No Wind Farms For China And Saved By DNA.

Posted in Around The World, Automobiles, Crime, Economy, Energy, Government, Leaders, Science, United States on 28/09/2012 by 1812

Morris Minor cars were built in Britain between 1949 and 1971. Rob Gruye has 58 of them.

President Obama has stepped in to prevent the sale of four Oregon wind farms to a Chinese company.

Damon Thibodeaux is the 18th death-row inmate to be saved by DNA.

Student Debt, Hold The Milk And Creating American Jobs Via H-1B Visas?

Posted in Around The World, Education, Entertainment, Food And Drink, Government, Science, Technology, United States on 27/09/2012 by 1812

Analysis of government data by the Pew Research Centers shows one in five U.S. households is burdened by student debt.

Some scientists say milk proteins may make it hard for the body to absorb tea’s health benefits.

The U.S. Congress is being called upon by Microsoft to create 20,000 new H-1B visas, with the long-term goal filling those jobs with Americans.

 

 

Eating Based On Labels, Bonnie And Clyde Auction And British Badger’s Battle.

Posted in Animals, Around The World, Auction, Duos, Food And Drink, History, Science, United States, Wildlife on 26/09/2012 by 1812

Experiments conducted by University of Michigan marketing professor Aradhna Krishna indicate people will eat more of an item labeled “medium” as opposed to “large,” even though they’re actually the same size.

Clyde Barrow’s Colt .45 and Bonnie Parker’s .38 Special are among a number of items from the infamous duo going up for auction.

A battle is underway in Britain over the eradication of 70 percent of the badger’s population in two separate areas.

 

 

Jeeter, Warp Drive And Missing Children In India.

Posted in Animals, Around The World, Children, Crime, Dogs, Employment, Government, Science, Space, United States on 23/09/2012 by 1812

Jeeter is a golden retriever-Lab mix, who serves as a courthouse assistance dog to help calm the fears of victims in set to testify.

NASA is reportedly working on faster-than-light travel.

Over 90,000 children go missing in India every year, with a child disappearing every six minutes.

Argiope Appena, Dairy Robot And Mapping The Human Brain.

Posted in Arachnids, Around The World, Farming, Neurology, Science, Technology, United States on 19/09/2012 by 1812

The webs of the Argiope Appena, a.k.a. banana spider are 5o percent larger on Guam than on other islands.

Roughly 50 dairy farms in Minnesota and Wisconsin now use a robot to milk their cows and control the feed.

Scientists at the Allen Institute for Brain Science have created the first human brain-wide data set.

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