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Click *******www.smithsonianchannel****/site/smithsonian/show_women_science.do to see more! Throughout the month of March, Smithsonian Channel will pay tribute to women scientists, depicting their work with a variety of animal species around the world, in a series of documentary specials. WOMEN IN SCIENCE showcases a variety of women -- some affiliated with Smithsonian Institution research programs -- who display keen education, rigorous inquiry, and personal courage in the pursuit of knowledge about the natural world.
8 Mar 2008
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Join *******smithsonianchannelcommunity**** the Smithsonian Channel Community today for more of America's Stories, and to share your own! Here Smithsonian scientist Carol Baldwin shares some thoughts from her time as a marine biologist in the Galapagos Islands. Throughout the month of March, Smithsonian Channel will pay tribute to women scientists, depicting their work with a variety of animal species around the world, in a series of documentary specials.
8 Mar 2008
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Day One of the Play**** Live! event at Wembley, coverage of backstage and VIP areas, we met up with a load of bands and celebrities from; Beth Rowley, The Rumble Strips, Elliot Minor, We Are Scientists to name but a few!
18 Mar 2008
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Day Two of the Play**** Live! event at Wembley, coverage of backstage and VIP areas, we met up with a load of bands and celebrities from; Beth Rowley, The Rumble Strips, Elliot Minor, We Are Scientists to name but a few!
18 Mar 2008
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A low budget monster movie lovers dream, The Mad Monster is a fiendishly absurd killer werewolf film from the early nineteen forties. Not to be missed is George Zucco playing one of the greatest evil-genius-mad-scientists ever to appear in film. Zucco has devised a way to fuse a man and a wolf, the only problem is deciding what to do with it. Should he build an army to create a new militaristic world order, or unleash the bloodthirsty creature on his former scientist friends? Ah, the difficult decisions of the deranged experimenter! Unintentionally funny, intentionally absurd, and continuously entertaining, The Mad Monster is a masterpiece of guilty pleasure freak creature cinema.
21 Oct 2011
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Greatest credit should be given to all of the scientists who have been patient enough to spend most of their time researching and finding new discoveries for any existence of organic molecules in other space and planets :)
2 Feb 2010
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This is real Video. This is Art of Nature and good for scientists for experiments.
6 Apr 2008
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The nerdy scientist is back again, and this time he has a new product to show us!
29 May 2008
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Read The full details about these robots on ( *******www.onlines.ws/?p=654 ) . Scientists are now building a new kind of robot capable of self-assembly and doing tasks too difficult or too dangerous for human beings.
4 Apr 2009
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Stand Up To Cancer. 1500 people die each day. 1 in 2 men. 1 in 3 women. These scientists need money and need each other to stand up to cancer.
1 Jul 2008
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Dr Roy Kerlin talks with Corinn Dahm about his pro-life journey as a scientist and the challenges Christian scientists face in their own community?
30 Aug 2008
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End of the World? Search for God Particle. The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the world's largest and highest-energy particle accelerator complex, intended to collide opposing beams of protons charged with approximately 7 TeV of energy. Its main purpose is to explore the validity and limitations of the Standard Model, the current theoretical picture for particle physics. It is theorized that the collider will produce the Higgs boson, the observation of which could confirm the predictions and missing links in the Standard Model, and could explain how other elementary particles acquire properties such as mass. The LHC was built by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), and lies underneath the Franco-Swiss border near Geneva, Switzerland. It is funded by and built in collaboration with over eight thousand physicists from over eighty-five countries as well as hundreds of universities and laboratories. The LHC is already operational and is presently in the process of being prepared for collisions. The first beams were circulated through the collider on 10 September 2008, and the first high-energy collisions are planned to take place after the LHC is officially unveiled on 21 October 2008. Although a few individuals have questioned the safety of the planned experiments in the media and through the courts, the consensus in the scientific community is that there is no conceivable threat from the LHC particle collisions. Concerns have been raised in the media and through the courts about the safety of the particle physics experiments planned to take place at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world's largest and most powerful particle accelerator to date, built by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) near Geneva, in Switzerland. The claimed dangers of the LHC particle collisions, which are scheduled to begin on 21 October 2008, include doomsday scenarios involving the production of stable micro black holes or the creation of hypothetical particles called strangelets. The potential risks of these unprecedented experiments were reviewed in 2003 by the LHC Safety Study Group, a group of independent scientists, who concluded that, like current particle experiments such as the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC), the LHC particle collisions pose no conceivable threat.A second review of the evidence commissioned by CERN in 2008 reaffirmed the safety of the LHC collisions in light of further research conducted since the 2003 assessment. The 2008 report was reviewed and endorsed by CERN's governing body and by the Division of Particles & Fields of the American Physical Society and was published in the Journal of Physics G. It concludes that any doomsday scenarios at the LHC are ruled out because the physical conditions and events that will be created in the LHC experiments occur naturally in the universe without hazardous consequences.
14 Sep 2008
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See the Massive Monkees fishslap a scientist...?
25 Sep 2008
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Crossed Wires in the Brain This blog entry is based upon a New Scientist article on Synaesthesia. To read along go to ******* imaginingthetenthdimension.blogspot****/2008/09/crossed-wires-in- brain.html
21 Oct 2008
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The result of a 4 year study - using 20 noted scientists and state of the art brain scanning technology.
24 Oct 2008
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Water is the life of mankind. From from water we have sustenance for our body. And all scientists acknowledge that life cannot existence without water. And the Father is the Life of all men. For from the Father we have life. He sustains us and we continue to grow. For from the beginning the water flowed from the Garden, and in the end the Water shall flow from the Temple.
24 Dec 2008
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