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The Large Hadron Collider is the largest and most complex scientific instrument ever built and the highest energy particle accelerator in the world. The accelerator is located 100 m underground and runs through both French and Swiss territory. (27km circumference) Year 2008 marks the culmination of 20 years of work by over 8000 scientists thousands of engineers, technicians and support staff from over 80 different countries. Some critics say that this could create a black hole and could be the end of the universe. The first attempt starts on the 10th September 2008..! I, personally, find all this very interesting. I didn't even know what a LHC was until today but I've spent the morning learning lots. The science seems sound and those who are curious enough and have the opportunity to experiment will, I hope, have some questions answered. What will the answers be? Greater understanding of the Universe? A new source of energy to benefit our existence? A cataclysmic event that will bring about the end of the Earth? Nothing? Who knows? What I do know is that without the curiosity (and the fortitude)to find answers to our questions we would not learn. We would not learn how to read, write, hunt, fish, drive, communicate, develop, hypothesize, spiritualize etc. But do some of these answers come at a cost? Of course they do! When I was a kid I wondered if a bedsheet would be a good parachute if I jumped off my roof. The cost....well, let's just say me hitting the ground wasn't half as bad as when my Mum was finished with me. Obviously, the implications of some experiments can be far, far worse than my maiden flight. But what do we do? Come to a point where, "that's it! No more questions. If you've got 'em - too bad 'cos there'll be no more searching for answers." I don't think so. So, regardless of the outcome, at least we're still trying to find answers to our questions. But if it does go pear-shaped, I'm with Adam - safety in numbers people.
10 Sep 2008
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The Large Hadron Collider is the largest and most complex scientific instrument ever built and the highest energy particle accelerator in the world. The accelerator is located 100 m underground and runs through both French and Swiss territory. ( 27km circumference) Year 2008 marks the culmination of 20 years of work by over 8000 scientists thousands of engineers, technicians and support staff from over 80 different countries. some critics say that this could create a black hole and could be the end of the world.. the first attempt starts on the 10th september 2008..!(just a test run, the main collision with full power will happen in end of october) for more info folow the link. video is done by Chris Mann, CERN- european organization for nuclear research
13 Sep 2008
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european organization for nuclear research The Large Hadron Collider is the largest and most complex scientific instrument ever built and the highest energy particle accelerator in the world. The accelerator is located 100 m underground and runs through both French and Swiss territory. ( 27km circumference) Year 2008 marks the culmination of 20 years of work by over 8000 scientists thousands of engineers, technicians and support staff from over 80 different countries. some critics say that this could create a black hole and could be the end of the universe.. the first attempt starts on the 10th september 2008..! for more info folow the link.
12 Sep 2008
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Aerial view of CERN and the surrounding region of Switzerland and France. Three rings are visible, the smaller (at lower right) shows the underground position of the Proton Synchrotron, the middle ring is the Super Proton Synchrotron (SPS) with a circumference of 7 km and the largest ring (27 km) is that of the former Large Electron and Positron collider (LEP) accelerator with part of Lake Geneva in the background. (© CERN) The Large Hadron Collider Our understanding of the Universe is about to change... The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is a gigantic scientific instrument near Geneva, where it spans the border between Switzerland and France about 100 m underground. It is a particle accelerator <*******public.web.cern.ch/public/en/Research/Accelerator-en.html> used by physicists to study the smallest known particles - the fundamental building blocks of all things. It will revolutionise our understanding, from the minuscule world deep within atoms to the vastness of the
8 Oct 2008
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This is a video of my red laser ball collection of four large balls. They are basically balls with lots of diodes studded around the circumference and emit laser light. Very simple idea but creates a great effect which is like intergalactic travel.
9 Nov 2008
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Einstein once said that if he could understand pi then he could understand who God is. For pi is the number of God. And it truly is for. For all men were created by the Father, and all men shall return to the Father. And what is the formula for a circle? It is circumference equals pi times diameter. Diameter is the distance you are away from the Father and circumference is the path back to the Father. And how do we complete the circle? Through pi. For as the Son said, I am the narrow Gate, no one returns to the Father except through Me. Pi Gate Son Christ Circumference Diamter Path Way Truth Life Circle Karma Signs Science Symbols of the Prophecy Andrew
23 Dec 2008
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Apprentice star, Nick Hewer gives us a blow by blow account of his adventure across quarter of the world’s circumference in a Renault 4 christened Hortense. The film is interspersed with Nick’s own footage from his journey and we see a whole new side to the stern Apprentice persona as he documents the highs and lows of the trip.
13 Jul 2009
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*******YouthfulFitness**** - How to Lose Stomach Fat - Science Finally Gets it Right - o how can you lose stomach fat? Repeat after me: It is not my fault! Health agencies blame weight gain and excess stomach fat on gluttonous attitudes and overeating, as well as a lack of physical exercise as the exclusive reasons for our national problem with obesity. There are other factors, however, such as metabolic issues that cause us to gain weight even if we cutback on our calorie consumption. Ever wonder why you can't lose weight while cutting calories? Well, science finally has some answers, and they're natural compounds that function together, synergistically, to help you lose that excess accumulation of body fat. So, what may these new natural compounds do for us? 1. Enhance resting energy expenditure-more calories burned while you function normally. 2. Slow the absorption of dietary fat from the intestines. 3. Reduce the absorption of carbohydrates into your bloodstream, including slowing the intake of starches and sugars as well. 4. Reducing hunger and stimulate the breakdown of stored triglycerides. 5. Support the youthful levels of insulin sensitivity. 6. Reduction of starches ingested that covert to triglycerides and are stored as fat. You are probably asking yourself what are these wonder nutrients, and how can I incorporate them inta program that will work for me? Well, a few of these natural products are special green tea extracts as well as specialized seaweed complexes, natural bean extracts and the West African wild mango as well as the wonderful rain forest antioxidant powerhouse acai. You're probably also saying to yourself that this is all well and fine, but where is the proof that science has an answer, and how will this work for me? How about a recent clinical study showing the average weight loss of 30 pounds and a reduction of 10% in waist line circumference in 90 days just from this new green tea extract, compared with a placebo group that lost only 9.9 pounds and 5% of their ...
14 Dec 2009
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Digital Blood Pressure Monitor is an automatic blood pressure monitor with Large digital display. This device comes with Medium comfort Cuff (Arm circumference 22 - 32cm). This cuff fits all, normal adult size (from 22cm) to the very large arm size of 42 cm.
16 Dec 2009
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Longest annular eclipse of the 21st century on January 15, 2010 The solar eclipse of January 15, 2010 will definitely prove to be a big event and no doubt this event is eagerly awaited by all those people who always shows there interest in astronomy and science. The annular eclipses are fascinating to observe their rarity and the spectacle they offer us. However, people need to bring special glasses to observe. Astrologers point out that this annular eclipse will be the longest annular eclipse of the twenty-first century. People already are mobilizing to bring out their telescopes to observe this annular eclipse closely. The most important information is that this is the first eclipse of 2010 happens on Thursday, January 15, 2010. It is estimated that the sun will project the lunar shadow over a width of 300 km traversing half the circumference of the Earth This means that the lunar shadow will travel more than 20000 km through the Earth, giving human beings a chance to witness a solar eclipse. According to calculations, the lunar shadow will begin his trip to Africa, passing on Chad, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Kenya and Somalia in Africa. Then the trajectory will approach the Indian Ocean. The eclipse is expected to reach its maximum of annularity, which is 11 minutes and 08 seconds. The eclipse magnitude of 0.9190 will be fully visible in the narrow corridor between the Maldives and Africa. It will form part in two continents, including Africa and Asia. Its band centrality of exceptional breadth from 320 to 365 km will cross the zone of the Indian Ocean, including Madagascar, which should see at 9 o’clock in the morning. The obscuration is 20 to 59% in Madagascar by cities. “The northern part of the country will be the darkest passage in his country,” suggested by expert Sri Lanka and India (South India) will be the first land of Asia affected by the eclipse. Then, the central trajectory will continue to Bangladesh, Burma and China, providing observers and scientific experience of their lives. However, the partial eclipse was also observed in the wider area of the lunar shadow. The territories concerned are Eastern Europe, most of Africa, Asia, and Indonesia.
15 Jan 2010
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*******YouthfulFitness**** - How to Lose 10 Pounds in 1 Week - 3 Flab Loss Myths You Should Know - People are getting fatter. The fact is, between 1988 and 2009, the waist circumference has continued to rise according to a recent obesity analysis. The Center For Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion out of Atlanta has discovered that an average woman's waist today is almost the same size as a man's waist 15 years ago. Here are some weight loss myth that most people don't know about. Losing 10 pounds in 1 week is not hard but you need to know the right way to do it. There are some myth about weight loss that I hear people say. 1. Weight loss stops weight gain Many people think that if they can lose pounds, they can stop their bodies from gaining weight. This is absolutely false because there are tons of cases that people lose weight and gain all the pounds back when they start eating unhealthy again. During my career as a personal trainer, I see lots of cases like this happened to my students. 2. Carbs are bad It's true that some cabs are bad, but o say that you have to avoid all carbs at all cost is simply wrong. Processed carbs are bad especially if you eat them in the evening, but couple times during the week before 7 o'clock is fine. You also need to identify between processed carbs and whole food carbs. Consuming whole food carbs in early morning can be great for your body as it gives you more energy and strength. Try to avoid bad carbs from sugar and replace them with good carbs from leafy vegetables and fruits. 3. Cutting calories can give you a long term weight loss Actually cutting calories often results in long term weight gain. Give yourself a moment to consider the reality of what is known as "energy homeostasis" and you will readily see this is true. Energy homeostasis is a term that describes the many systems your body has to regulate how much energy (or food) you eat. Cutting calories may not help you burn flab abs if you don't also exercise and eat healthy. 4. How to lose ...
17 Jan 2011
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New studies show that overweight and obese people using alli® (orlistat 60 mg) with a reduced calorie, lower-fat diet can significantly reduce weight, visceral fat, and waist circumference and therefore may reduce their risk of type 2 diabetes, hypertension, heart disease and stroke.1,2 The studies were presented at the 1st International Congress on Abdominal Obesity in Hong Kong earlier today. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******multivu.prnewswire****/mnr/alli/41873/
29 Jan 2010
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This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the XS Scuba Safety Sausage (SMB). The XS Scuba Safety Sausage is s surface signal device. It is bright hi-viz orange for easy visibility. The SMB measures over 6 feet long! (75 inches) with a 9 inch circumference for highest visibility. It´s inflatable with amouthpiece and easily attachable with a snap clip. Comes with a free compact mesh carry bag.
17 Feb 2010
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*******www.jomadeals**** A sleek, masculine watch with tons of features that you won’t want to live without. This deal of the day is $109.99 (81% off the $580 retail price). Sale ends at midnight tonight (EST). Oh no! The evil Decepticons are attacking New York City! What do we do?! Beep Beep. Don’t worry, human. I am an Autobot, and will transform in order to protect you. Oh, sweet! Thank goodness. What do you turn into? A truck? A fighter jet? A Battleship? What? Buzz. Wirr. A watch. Huh? Like, a super loaded artillery watch? No silly human. A Seiko men’s watch. Beep. I don’t follow. This Seiko men’s watch is the most awesome force mankind has ever seen. It comes with a gunmetal rubber strap and stainless steel case, superior quartz movement, super scratch resistant Hardlex Crystal, chronograpah, alarm, and tachymeter bezel. There are many other features, which I will describe one by one in great detail until…” Okay, they just destroyed the Chrysler Building! We don’t have time for this! How is a watch supposed to defeat the Decepticons! Well, it also comes with 100m water resistance, so I figured you could strap me on and we could swim across the Hudson to safety. You in? What!? I can’t just…yea, okay. This movie wasn’t very good anyway.” “What about the girl?” “Leave her.” Jomadeals**** does not ship outside the USA and its territories. Shoppers from outside the USA may place orders for delivery within the United States. Product ships 3-7 business days after order. SPECIFICATIONS Brand: Seiko Model: SNAB39P1, SNAB39 Gender: Mens Manufacturer Item: SE-SNAB39P1 Collection: Chronograph Movement: Japan quartz chronograph Engine: Caliber 7T62 Case Material: Stainless steel Case Shape: Round Case Diameter: 41.2mm Case Dimensions: 43 mm including crown Case Thickness: 9.5mm Bezel Function: Fixed Bezel Material: Stainless steel Dial Color: Black with textured design Dial Markers: Silver tone hour markers Dial Type: Analog Sub Dials: 60-second, 30-minutes and 12-hour alarm sub dials Hands: Silver tone hour and minute hands, center stopwatch 1/5 second, alarm hour and munute, small second, stopwatch minute Luminescent: Hands and hour markers Calendar: Date calendar at 3 o'clock position Crystal: Hardlex Band Type: Strap Band Color: Black Band Length: Fits wrist size up to 8.5 inches Band Material: Rubber Clasp Material: Stainless steel Clasp Type: Buckle Functions: Chronograph, alarm, hours, minutes, seconds, battery life indicator Water Resistance: 100m / 330ft / 10ATM Alarm Type: Single-time alarm (beep sound), alarm hour and minute hands Misc Information: Tachymeter at the outer circumference of the dial Battery: SEIKO SR927W Battery Life: About 3 years Stopwatch: Measures up to 60 minutes. Stopwatch minute and 1/5-second hands Warranty: 3 Year Jomadeals Warranty ABOUT BRAND For over 125 years, Seiko watches combine a culture of a 19th century Tokyo clock shop with 20th century advances in timekeeping for the 21st century. Continually driven by dedication and passion, established a multitude of world’s first technologies, transforming the principles of timekeeping including a first quartz watch and the first kinetic watch which is powered by body movement. Seiko has been official timekeeper of the Olympic Games, Soccer World Cup, and Athletics World Championships. Countless innovations and achievements have been produced by this stellar Japanese company.
12 Jan 2011
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Apprentice star, Nick Hewer gives us a blow by blow account of his adventure across quarter of the world’s circumference in a Renault 4 christened Hortense. The film is interspersed with Nick’s own footage from his journey and we see a whole new side to the stern Apprentice persona as he documents the highs and lows of the trip.
3 Apr 2010
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An Electricity Board employee was going on the inner circumference of Thiruvannamalai for repairs.He saw a swamy walking. for his surprise his feet were not touching the ground!!He took the video on his cell phone.The swamy show him videoing and he disappeared like rocket.THE VIDEO CLIPPING WAS HANDED OVER TO THE TELEVISION STATION AND WAS TELECAST ED OVER THE JAYA TV NEWS IN TAMILNADU.THIS REALLY HAPPENED IN 2009.
23 May 2010
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