Archive for the 'Nature' Category

Nikola Tesla – Google Celebrates

• July, 2009

Nikola Tesla – Google Celebrates Nikola Tesla, the inventor and pioneering electrical engineer, is being honoured by Google with a special logo to mark the 153rd anniversary of his birth. The search engine is celebrating July 10 with a logo featuring purple sparks of electricity leaping from the letter “g”, which is drawn in the shape of his famous Tesla Coil transformer. It pays tribute to the Serb born scientists, who is best known for several revolutionary contributions in the field of electricity and magnetism

Michio Kaku on future civilizations!

• June, 2009

Michio Kaku on future civilizations! Michio Kaku On Future Civilization – video powered by Metacafe <<Editors notE>> Funny fella thinking bout the right things! Go do some looking up on Michio Kaku! Definitely worth the effort.

Monsanto’s Bt Cotton Kills the Soil as Well as Farmers

• June, 2009

Monsanto’s Bt Cotton Kills the Soil as Well as Farmers ISIS Report 23/02/09 Biosafety refers to ensuring that GMO’s do not harm the environment or health. The soil, its fertility, and the organisms which maintain the fertility of soil are a vital aspect of the environment, especially in the context of food and agricultural production. A recent scientific study carried out by Navdanya, compared the soil of fields where Bt-cotton had been planted for 3 years with adjoining fields with non GMO cotton or other

Psychedelic Fish – Named New Species

• May, 2009

Psychedelic Fish – New Species .::. <<video>> <<Editors notE>> Behold our very own brand of fish: the Psychedelic Fish -aka Mandarin Fish-. Named because of his funky movements and of course, psychedelic colors and stripes. More information about this fish, please check out the following page on wikipedia and learn all about it

Gene-engineered viruses build a better battery

• May, 2009

Gene-engineered viruses build a better battery By Maggie Fox, Health and Science Editor WASHINGTON – Researchers who have trained a tiny virus to do their bidding said on Thursday they made it build a more efficient and powerful lithium battery. They changed two genes in the virus, called M13, and got it to do two things: build a shell made out of a compound called iron phosphate, and then attach to a carbon nanotube to make a powerful and tiny electrode. Such an electrode could

Greenhouse Designed to Grow Veggies on Moon

• May, 2009

Greenhouse Designed to Grow Veggies on Moon Bryn Bailer, AFP Astronauts’ meals have come a long way from the freeze-dried powders and semi-liquid pastes of decades ago: now U.S. scientists want to grow vegetables in mini-greenhouses on the moon. Although space fare has steadily improved over time, a team of scientists says the best is yet to come. They look forward to when residents of future lunar or even Martian outposts can dine on luxuries such as fresh vegetables. Paragon Space Development Corporation has unveiled