Ten things successful people do differently

Successful manWhy have you been so successful in reaching some of your goals, but not others? If you aren’t sure, you are far from alone in your confusion. It turns out that even brilliant, highly accomplished people are pretty lousy when it comes to understanding why they succeed or fail. The intuitive answer — that you are born predisposed to certain talents and lacking in others — is really just one small piece of the puzzle. In fact, decades of research on achievement suggests that successful people reach their goals not simply because of who they are, but more often because of what they do. Continue reading “Ten things successful people do differently”

In Britain-found unearthly plants

plantsAs the scientists report in the UK found a life form that is not earth. The researchers found that unearthly plants appeared from space. It is assumed that they flew in a balloon. The landing of extraterrestrial organisms occurred in Yorkshire, reports Raut, referring to the British media. As it turned out, this ball has been started a team at Sheffield University, it was in the vicinity of Chester. On board the ball was special equipment, as this flying object was fitted with sensitive sensors designed to study the effects of different stratosphere. According to scientists, plants, found they on the ball, require careful consideration. They have an unusual shape and size. Experts discuss what if for the time being on the planet flies unknown life of the cosmic spaces, similar phenomena have a significant impact on scientists’ ideas about evolution. Continue reading “In Britain-found unearthly plants”

Chandra and Hubble Telescopes is the densest galaxy in the nearby universe

Thanks to data from Chandra and Hubble telescopes, experts have been able to detect the ultra compact dwarf galaxy called M60-UCD1, the densest in the nearby Universe, which is equipped with an extraordinary number of stars.This galaxy is located near a massive elliptical NGC4649 call located about 54 million light years from Earth. Continue reading “Chandra and Hubble Telescopes is the densest galaxy in the nearby universe”

The first creature with a modern face

A fish 419 million years ago whose fossils have appeared in China’s the most primitive equipped with a complex jaw. It sheds light on the evolution of vertebrates.The journal Nature this week described the first creature endowed with what we might recognize as a face. The Prognathous primordial is an armored fish of about 20 cm in length that lived 419 million years ago in the seas of the current China, is the oldest vertebrate jaw complex with a modern look. The verdict calls into question the whole evolution Continue reading “The first creature with a modern face”

Government seeks to change the mindset energy

Venezuela is preparing to carry out a project to try to change the low energy thrifty mentality of its citizens while trying to shield the sector to prevent blackouts like the one that hit the country last September 3. The Venezuela’s energy minister, Jesse said in an interview with Fee that the Government will seek to implement in January next year with a new pricing model that will be searched said, Venezuelans do make rational use and efficient use of electricity Continue reading “Government seeks to change the mindset energy”

Brazil will maintain exchange market intervention

Brazil will maintain its program of intervention in the exchange market to sustain real decision after the U.S. Federal Reserve to maintain the stimulus to its economy, reported Monday Central Bank President Alexander Combine.The program is suitable, it works well, then there will be features on our part, Tobit said in a conference call with foreign journalists asked whether the decision of the U.S. Federal Reserve to maintain the stimulus to the economy could lead to change that program. Continue reading “Brazil will maintain exchange market intervention”

They key agreements to promote the production of concentrated feed for fish

Deputy Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture, Henry Urea, met with farmers and representatives of private companies to address the shortage of inputs for the production of concentrated feed for fish, in order to create together proposals to strengthen the sector. Urea said that arise united establish a needs assessment and analysis of import and processing costs, fight against rising eliminate middlemen products, also visit manufacturing plants to identify needs, define solutions, and coordinate assistance technical training for farmers, all with the purpose of improving domestic production of fish feed concentrate. Continue reading “They key agreements to promote the production of concentrated feed for fish”

Switzerland leads ranking of energy efficiency,Venezuela at position 77

Switzerland and several European countries, including Spain, leading the world ranking of energy efficiency, natural resource access and ecological sustainability developed by the World Energy commission

The countries surveyed were rated with letters for their performance in three categories: Continue reading “Switzerland leads ranking of energy efficiency,Venezuela at position 77”

New human-manned mission will seek life in Jupiter’s moon

alien lifeThe trip, one way, tries to reach Europe, the smallest of its four satellites, and enter the ocean looking for organic life. However, you must overcome some drawbacks.

The success of the controversial project to Mars apparently made the architect and former NASA worker Kristina con Bent sen announced the start of a more ambitious mission, which will attempt to reach Europe, the smallest of the four moons of Jupiter, with the goal of finding extraterrestrial life. Continue reading “New human-manned mission will seek life in Jupiter’s moon”

Soot and CO2 was the cause of the melting of the Alps

Scientists from NASA’s JPL showed that the melting of the Alps what caused the soot produced by burning coal industries and not CO2 emissions.The team of researchers from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory JPL, for its acronym in English of the U.S. Agency Aeronautics and Space Administration located in Pasadena, denied a major theories the melting of the European Alps, reported Science NASA. Continue reading “Soot and CO2 was the cause of the melting of the Alps”