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Archive for November, 2009 :


Russia’s Ancient Nanostructures
November 24th, 2009

Tiny objects believed to be ancient nano-technology have been found in Russia without explanation.


Big Bang Machine Achieves First Particle Collisions
November 23rd, 2009

Scientists have smashed together proton beams for the first time in a 27-kilometre tunnel under the French-Swiss border in an initial step toward discovering how the universe came into existence, they said on Monday.


New Zealand to Launch Private Rocket into Space
November 18th, 2009

Private New Zealand aerospace company Rocket Lab completed its final ground-based test and is now ready to launch New Zealand into the space race with its Atea-1 launch vehicle.


Woman Crippled by Vaccine Cured by Nutrition
November 14th, 2009

A victim of vaccine poisoning doomed to a wheelchair by the medical mafia has been cured by alternative and sane treatments.


Splash! NASA Moon Crash Struck Lots of Water
November 14th, 2009

Suddenly, the moon looks exciting again. It has lots of water, scientists said Friday — a thrilling discovery that sent a ripple of hope for a future astronaut outpost in a place that has always seemed barren and inhospitable.


Cardiovascular Risks from Flu Vaccines
November 12th, 2009

Overstimulation of the immune system may trigger acute heart disease and sudden deaths in the increasing number of people with atherosclerosis; this hidden risk of mass vaccination programmes against swine flu could far outweigh the benefits.


TV Makes Toddlers Rotten
November 3rd, 2009

Most child psychologists agree that TV is damaging to young children and a new study proves it.


Oldest Known Spider’s Web Found in Amber
November 3rd, 2009

Pieces of amber containing parts of a spider’s web have been found in East Sussex and dated back to the Cretaceous period 140 million years ago, which makes it the oldest spider’s web known.


Enzyme Aids Spine Repair
November 2nd, 2009

U.S. researchers have engineered an enzyme that can gobble up scar tissue formed after spinal cord injuries, overcoming a key hurdle to getting injured nerves to reconnect and heal.


How Terahertz Waves Tear Apart DNA
November 2nd, 2009

New ultra-high frequency surveillance are about to be unleashed which destroy the DNA of whoever they are pointed at.