Monthly Archives: November 2010

The Music of Gravitational Waves

  A team of scientists and engineers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has brought the world one step closer to “hearing” gravitational waves — ripples in space and time predicted by Albert Einstein in the early 20th century.The research, performed … Continue reading

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Growth and Development cames at a Huge Cost:A Case Study of Chandrapur,India

Growth and development in the form of industrialisation, urbanisation, power production and coal mining may have brought Chandrapur into the list of developing cities, but like other evolving cities, this growth has come at a huge cost. Not only has … Continue reading

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Overdependence on GPS Units Cause Memory and Spatial Problems

McGill University researchers conducted a series of three studies which magnify the effects GPS systems have on the human brain, and found that avid GPS users have a higher risk of suffering from problems with memory and spatial orientation. Veronique … Continue reading

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Early Universe Was a Liquid

In an experiment to collide lead nuclei together at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider physicists from the ALICE detector team including researchers from the University of Birmingham have discovered that the very early Universe was not only very hot and dense … Continue reading

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