Top 10 Unproven Claims for War Against Syria

Syria warSecretary of State John Kerry made the case to Congress this week, but the questions not asked and the answers not given speak volumes.

In the lead-up to the Iraq War, I researched, wrote and circulated a document to members of Congress which explored unanswered questions and refuted President Bush’s claim for a cause for war. The document detailed how there was no proof Iraq was connected to 9/11 or tied to al Qaeda’s role in 9/11, that Iraq neither had WMDs nor was it a threat to the U.S., lacking intention and capability to attack. Unfortunately, not enough members of Congress performed due diligence before they approved the war.

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At most 320,000 mysterious viruses intimidate humanity

VirusA team of U.S.researchers at Columbia University manage to take over a thousand of biological samples of the major flying mammals in the world while studying flying foxes in the jungle of Bangladesh. When laboratory analysis chain reaction using the polymer  the scientists were able to identify 58 new viruses.

Finely, this number was extrapolated to 5,486 known mammals, reaching a total of at least 320,000 viruses, say the study materials published on the site of the university. Continue reading “At most 320,000 mysterious viruses intimidate humanity”

NASA evaluates four possible places to land on Mars in 2016

NASA MarsNASA announced that for the next mission to Mars, scheduled for 2016, there are four possible landing sites, for a total of 22 possible candidates.

Insight probe break in March 2016 and six months to reach Mars territory, in order to investigate the formation processes of Mars, and try to understand the evolution of the rocky planets of our solar system, including Earth.

The four pre-selected points are located very close together on a plain of Ecuador on the planet called Elysium Planitia.

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Ecuador Space Agency gives up a satellite

Ecuador Space AgencyThe Ecuador Civilian Space Agency said Thursday that he has not be able to recover the indication from its first satellite, the NEE-001 Pegasus, and as a result run the indemnity covered it.In a announcement released Thursday, EXA said that on August 28, along with the Coordinating Ministry of Security and the Ministry of Intelligence, were done operations to recover the sign of Pegasus.

 The nana-satellite, in orbit since April 26, has lost its way nearly a month after its launch from China, Continue reading “Ecuador Space Agency gives up a satellite”

How many colors are in a rainbow?

colors rainbowThey say they see a rainbow is good luck and if you reach the bottom you will find a pot of gold, but seriously, a rainbow is produced when light passes through water droplets in the atmosphere and credit  light spectrum is formed in an arc. still, there are a number of enthralling facts not know for sure, so we bring you 7 of the rainbow unknown data that we return to The huff ton Post.

 1. They are on the odd occasion seen atnoon: The rainbows be more common in the mornings or evenings, why? It turns out that this phenomenon is formed; Continue reading “How many colors are in a rainbow?”

Weather alter threaten Caribbeanhose

The experts are sounding the alarm about the property of climate change in parts of the Caribbean, which could exhaust the sources of eating water in much of the region, previously under intense pressure.The rise in sea levels might contaminate drinking water supplies and changing weather patterns could reduce the quantity of rainfall that reaches the dams in the on the islet of St. Lucia this week .

 The breakdown to act is not an option, said Elytra Fletcher-Paul, an administrator for the water and earth in theCaribbeanby the UN Food and Agriculture Organization FAO, for its acronym in English. Continue reading “Weather alter threaten Caribbeanhose”

Climate change threatens Caribbean water

global warmingThe experts are sounding the alarm about the effects of climate change in parts of the Caribbean, which could exhaust the sources of drinking water in much of the region, already under intense pressure.

The rise in sea levels could contaminate drinking water supplies and changing weather patterns could reduce the amount of rainfall that reaches the dams in the coming decades, scientists and officials warned at a conference on the island of St. Luciathis week . Continue reading “Climate change threatens Caribbean water”

NASA selects up to 96 Ideas talented next to asteroids

NASA has selected 96 ideas, most gifted of the 400 submitted in response to the formally request launched last June by the U.S. space agency to detect those rocks that can be a threat to Earth, for the inhabitants and know what to do with this jeopardy.The proposal come from sectors as diverse as industry or university, as well as the general public, while in the selection course involved scientists and engineer’s agency, according to NASA. Continue reading “NASA selects up to 96 Ideas talented next to asteroids”

Jelly Bean is the most used Android

Just being after the submission of the next Android 4.4 Kit Kat, Goggle reported on its current mobile in service system. According to a new study, Jelly Bean description of this software would be in receipt of closer to half of the users of this platform. According to the company, the system would have reached Jelly Bean within the last day for 45% of teams in mobile system to Goggle. Purposely, an increase by 36.6% in the description 4.1, and 8.5% in the model 4.2. Continue reading “Jelly Bean is the most used Android”

China sent ships to the coast of the PLA Navy Syria

Syria warDespite the fact that the political decision to send the ships appeared to have been taken a long time, we know about it is just now from unofficial sources. So the Chinese military blog that specializes in articles about military equipment the United States, Russia and China, said that several Chinese ships already close to the shores of Syria, citing its sources in the PLA.

The authors openly admit that the ships would not be in any way involved in a potential conflict, but only observe the actions of NATO and Russian ships. Continue reading “China sent ships to the coast of the PLA Navy Syria”