Monthly Archives: July 2010

Mars Rocks: Clues to Life 4 Billion Years Ago

A new article in press of the journal Earth and Planetary Science Letters unveils groundbreaking research on the hydrothermal formation of Clay-Carbonate rocks in the Nili Fossae region of Mars. The findings may provide a link to evidence of living … Continue reading

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25 Years of Dot-Com. Predictions for the Future

March 15, 2010 marked the 25th anniversary of the first “dot-com” registration on the Internet. With over 100 million domain registrations and counting, we’ve witnessed an explosion of communication, commerce, idea-sharing, and human connectivity unlike anything else in human history. … Continue reading

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Asteroid Might Collide With the Earth in 2182

The potentially hazardous asteroid ‘(101955) 1999 RQ36’ has a one-in-a-thousand chance of impacting the Earth, and more than half of this probability indicates that this could happen in the year 2182, based on a global study in which Spanish researchers … Continue reading

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Era of Interceptor Missiles Began in India

India today successfully conducted the test fire of an interceptor missile to establish a Ballistic Missile defence (BMD) shield as part of the network-centric warfare.The mission was conducted successfully when the surface to surface Prthivi missile, described as targetted enemy … Continue reading

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