Thursday, June 24, 2010

What is the God Particle ?

The most asked, most controversial question in physics today is what determines mass in an object. It is mentioned on the movie "Angels and Demons", the "God Particle" is the nickname of a subatomic particle called the Higgs boson. In layman’s terms, different subatomic particles are responsible for giving matter different properties. One of the most mysterious and important properties is mass. Some particles, like protons and neutrons, have mass.

Monday, June 21, 2010

Live stream of gulf oil spill

Watch live streaming video from wkrg_oil_spill at

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Most Bizarre Ocean Creatures, Part 1

The World Ocean, is an interconnected yet complete system that rely on its own balance and resources, covering almost 71% of the Earth's surface, leads to a better name for out planet to be called "The blue Planet". This huge amount of water contains some weired creatures discovered almost every expedition held by marine biologists, especially to the deep waters beyond the photic zone (the place that sun light can't exceed). This requires special abilities for these creatures to survive. Not to mention their strange looking.

Friday, June 11, 2010

Gulf Oil Spill in Pictures and Videos

The whole story on pictures and videos.

HD Video of gulf oil spill

BP has released HD video shot underwater of the gulf oil spill. The video was taken back on June 3rd, when the company had cut the pipe in order to place the containment box over it.

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

What's the Mystery about the Pyramids of Giza ?

Pyramids always got this powerful exotic-theories magnet, we always see them as something beyond our explanation, what makes them attract all this kind of attention from both archaeologist and paranormal researchers ?

Why Mentos cause Soda explosion?

I've read a lot of articles about this but lately i have found this good explained one that i wanted to share with you. So what cause that weired reaction we all saw or even tried for ourselves.

Sunday, June 6, 2010

Dinosaur DNA, anyone?

Not yet, and maybe there will never be any in the near future, says John Asara, a pathology instructor at Harvard Med. School. Asara led a team in may 2009 that successfully extracted protiens from two dinosaur fossils discovered in Montana.

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Another asteroid hits Jupiter

An amateur astronomers in the Philippines and Australia witnessed the collision occurred by an asteroid that hit planet Jupiter at Thursday June 3, 2010.

The image provided by Anthony Wesley shows bright flash, upper left, from an object hitting the Jovian surface. The event was also confirmed by another amateur skygazer in the Philippines.

Reasons you don't want Cadmium in your lunch

It's normal when we see all this news and talks about discovering a material like cadmium in any industrial equipment or in some inner parts of day use gadgets, but it is way too far of normal when this material being discovered in something we put in our mouth. So why really this element is very dangerous to enter our body, even by very low concentrations. or by the title, what is the reasons you don't want cadmium in your food.

Friday, June 4, 2010

12M Shrek glasses pulled back by McDonald's after evidence that it contains cadmium

LA - Cadmium has been discovered in the painted design on "Shrek"-themed drinking glasses being sold nationwide at McDonald's, forcing the burger giant to recall 12 million of the cheap U.S.-made collectibles while dramatically expanding contamination concerns about the toxic metal beyond imported children's jewelry.

Computer models show Gulf oil reaching East Coast

This is a computer models show oil leaking from a damaged well in the Gulf of Mexico could wind up on the East Coast and even get carried on currents across the Atlantic Ocean toward Europe.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Extremely rare Meteorite found in Oregon

An extremely old and pristine meteorite was found on the side of the road in eastern Oregon, expert say it's 4.5 billion years old and expect it to be from the same era of the formation of the solar system.

How Much Junk is in Space

Space, a seemingly vast frontier, is actually pretty crowded with junk, and it's getting worse.

Early of may the communications satellite Galaxy 15 lost control and joined the growing ranks of debris crowding the space around Earth.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Binoculars in Astronomy

Portable, Cheap, wide field viewing and easy!, you say why not. although they have their limits, you can always enjoy observing by them a good number of sky gems.

New space station crew will bid farewell to shuttle

Mon May 31
One Russian and two Americans set to fly to the International Space Station voiced nostalgia Monday for the retiring US space shuttle, which will make its final visit to the ISS this year.