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The world’s most mysterious manuscript

Over one hundred years have tried to crack the code without success. The overall impression created by the surviving leaves of the manuscript suggests that it was meant to serve as a pharmacopoeia or to address issues of medieval or modern medicine. However, the puzzling details of illustrations have fueled many theories about the origin of the book, the contents of your text, and the purpose for which it was conceived. The document contains illustrations that suggest the book is presented in six parts: Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on May 15, 2012 in Mysterious

 

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Biological warfare and its evolution: the HIV project

The history of biological warfare (BW) can be divided into three parts ancient history, modern history and what we call “this”. Ancient history begins far beyond what we think a priori and lasts until the end of the twentieth century. Just to give an example, the first documented use of biological warfare dates back to Roman times that used animal carcasses to contaminate enemy water supplies. At that time the idea was behind this kind of attack was a weakened enemy is an enemy easy to defeat … Since then and until now have been many changes, and far-reaching. To explain the modern history and present, need to continue this article, it is interesting to focus our attention on the movements of the United States, and their universal impact in the last 50 years especially in politics.
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Posted by on May 9, 2012 in Human

 

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New look at the biological time

biological, timeScientists have proposed a new fresh look at the biological time – it turned out that for many problems being conveniently presented not as the axis, and in the form of two-dimensional surface in three-dimensional space.

The new approach being presented in the form of two-dimensional surface defined as follows. There is a central axis, which is the usual time. Along this axis “goes” perpendicular vector, rotating with a large period of 24 hours, to which are added during processes such as breathing and heartbeat.
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Posted by on April 29, 2010 in Historical

 

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