Scientists airman queue possible producer future e1352040622698 300×214 Scientists airman queen possible reducer future Have you ever had any feeling about something is about to happen? Now, some scientists claim they can predict the future. The technical team responsible for the investigation and said at the time that our unconscious mind knows more than our conscious mind. However, there are still many unanswered question.
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Scientists hypothesized that the Sun is part of a binary system. The assumption was based on a study of the periods of mass extinctions that occur on Earth, where scientists have seen the periodic structure is repeated every 27 million years. Assuming that a companion of the Sun with a similar orbital period still exist, he approached, may disturb the movement of space objects located in the Kuiper Belt, and the Oort cloud, sending some of them on a collision course with our planet. Being a brown or white dwarf located at a distance of 1.5 light-years of Earth, the companion star is quite not easy to detect. Another fact in favor of a hypothetical star-nemesis is the orbit of Sedna, a dwarf planet, orbiting at a very great distance from the Sun. Continue reading “The universe there is a Death Star”
The mayor of the Norwegian town of Otta Johan Nygarda package sealed with wax, and fined to open it in a hundred years. Eighty years envelope was kept at the post office in Oslo, twenty Brandenburg exhibited in the museum. When it finally opened, it was found that the content is proof of the possibility of time travel! Opening the package was in a festive atmosphere; a large gathering of people attended and broadcast journalists with cameras. However, initially disappointed with the contents- Inside were some old documents of the municipal government, is of no value, and the Norwegian flag. Among the papers were and two newspapers in 1914. Continue reading “Travel through time items and people”
The Soviet Union were at 40 – 50 years of the XX century, it was reported that at a certain stage of growth of the world’s animal and it is in times of the Paleozoic era, about the border Carboniferous and Permian periods in reservoirs were first sacrosanctness fish – coelenterate It happened about 300 million years ago, tens of millions of years before the Earth the first dinosaurs walked. Coelenterate existed for nearly 250 million years virtually unchanged, as evidenced by the numerous finds of fossilized skeletons in the Earth’s crust layers of different ages. Image of the skeleton and cited in the above tutorial. And about 50 million years ago, all coelenterates have died and disappeared forever from the face of the Earth. Continue reading “Living Fossil”
Human population virtually no antibodies against H7 sub type of influenza virus. Virus called H7N7 was detected in chickens in China, according to a new study published in the journal Nature. A team of researchers from Hong Kong has found the virus in 25% of samples taken from the birds, many of which also had the virus H7N9.
Testing the H7N7 strain of the virus in ferrets, the researchers found that it can be transmitted to mammals. If that H7N7 will continue to circulate in the chick, I’m sure that human cases of infection occur, – told AFP co-author Yi Guan of the University of Hong Kong. Continue reading “New type of avian influenza virus during a pandemic could kill many people”
Roman made 1600 years ago can be an example of nanotechnology, experts say. Mysterious Cup, made of diachronic glass, capable of changing color from green to red, depending on the lighting.
When creating a bowl, which is exhibited in the British Museum in London, were used technology that is now called nanotechnology – controlled manipulation of materials at atomic and molecular level.
These technologies, according to scientists, can be used in a variety of fields – from diagnosis to detect bombs at airports.
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Scientific s airman queue la enter pare as as real scientific airman queue la telepathic enter areas as real It all started when Julie met Mark is at a conference and agreed to participate in an experimentation on telepathy. Julie did not answer right away because of the strong connections she had felt for him, unknown and different countries. Now nuptial, Julie explains: “It was like we were connected, had not felt anything like Notice Sciences Institute, have printed a book entitled “The psychic intimacy: A Handbook between couples. Continue reading “Scientists say that telepathy between couples is real”
Overland Park has some new, pint-size residents. Or at least, residences. Tiny “gnome homes” have sprung up at the base of knotty trees, two at last count, around the city’s Tomahawk Creek Trail.
“We don’t know when they arrived or who’s living in these little tree homes, but we welcome them to Overland Park,” City spokesman Sean Reilly told local station KMBZ.
The city has rolled out the welcome mat for its gnome neighbors, providing the public with a map and an introduction on Facebook.
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NEW YORK (AP) — For years, curiosity seekers visiting the Fort Worth, Texas, grave of Lee Harvey Oswald have wondered about the simple headstone next door, marked Nick Beef.
It turns out Nick Beef is alive and living in New York.
The New York Times reports that the 56-year-old man who uses that name purchased the cemetery plot next to Oswald’s in 1975 and had the granite marker placed there in 1997.
Beef, born Patric Abedin, now lives in Manhattan and calls himself a nonperforming performance artist.
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A mysterious Catholic priest showed up to the site of a car crash in Missouri on Sunday, with witnesses saying he offered a blessing before disappearing just as quickly as he arrived.
But those at the site of the crash, including a number of rescue workers, are now at a loss after realizing no one knows the identity of the mysterious holy man who does not appear in any of the nearly 70 photographs taken at the scene of the accident.
“I think it’s a miracle,” Raymond Reed, fire chief of New London, told USA Today. “I would say whether it was an angel that was sent to us in the form of a priest or a priest that became our angel, I don’t know. Either way, I’m good with it.”
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