Archive for the 'Journalism' Category

Amon Tobin’s ISAM Tour

• June, 2011

Amon Tobin’s ISAM Tour Visuals Take A New Approach To Merging Sound And Stage Design by Erica Gonsales June 06, 2011 No wonder Rio de Janeiro artist Amon Tobin is known as a “scientist of sound.” His music is the result of unwearying sound experiments since the 90s, when he released his first album, Adventures in Foam, under the name Cujo. After receiving recognition for playing jazz and hip-hop inspired drum ‘n’ bass and twelve (yes, twelve) albums later, he’s considered to be one of

Who’s behind the “tea party movement” ?

• April, 2011

Where/when lies are sold as truth… The billion dollar story…

Theoretical Breakthrough: Generating Matter and Antimatter from Nothing

• April, 2011

Under just the right conditions — which involve an ultra-high-intensity laser beam and a two-mile-long particle accelerator — it could be possible to create something out of nothing, according to University of Michigan researchers. The scientists and engineers have developed new equations that show how a high-energy electron beam combined with an intense laser pulse could rip apart a vacuum into its fundamental matter and antimatter components, and set off a cascade of events that generates additional pairs of particles and antiparticles. “We can now

We are not alone: One in four stars ‘may have Earth-like planets in orbit around them’

• April, 2011

The Universe is teeming with planets capable of supporting alien life, according to a new study. After studying stars similar to the Sun, astronomers found that almost one in four could have small, rocky planets just like the Earth.Many of these worlds may occupy the ‘Goldilocks’ zone – the region where conditions are neither too hot, nor too cold, for liquid water and possibly life. The findings mean that there could be tens of billions of planets like the Earth in our own galaxy alone

The Fluoride Deception

• April, 2011

The Fluoride Deception exposes the truth about water fluoridation and the phosphate mining industry More information on Fluoride: Tandarts.nl (In dutch) Sodium Fluoride Hexafluorosilicic Acid <<Editors notE>> What can we do about it? Well, in the countries where it isn’t added to our water supply, we can just try not to use any dental products containing fluoride. Many alternatives are available for use if you look hard enough. And do spread the knowledge, a good informed human being is more times than not a more

We’ve built a flying saucer, boasts Iran

• April, 2011

(even if it does look like it belongs in a 1950s B-movie) It’s not clear how far or how high it can fly – or even how big it is and what makes it take off. But an aircraft created by scientists in Iran is, they claim, the world’s first flying saucer. Called the Zohal – or Saturn in English – it said the unmanned spaceship is designed for ‘aerial imaging’ but added it can be used for ‘various missions’.