Daily Archives: September 12, 2008

Antarctic winter ice gets bigger; Arctic shrinks

The amount of sea ice around Antarctica has grown in recent Septembers in what could be an unusual side-effect of global warming, experts said on Friday. In the southern hemisphere winter, when emperor penguins huddle together against the biting cold, … Continue reading

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Kalam Says ‘Big Bang Experiment’ Spells No Trouble

Indian space programme architect and former president, Dr.A.P.J Abdul Kalam said on Wednesday that the “Big Bang experiment” is an important contribution to physics and dispelled all fears surrounding it. Scientists have embarked on the world’s biggest ever experiment in … Continue reading

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