Astronaut Andre Kuipers Shares Stunning Images of Earth from Space EmailEmail In space, 28,000 km/h, 400 km above Earth, Dutch astronaut and physician Andre Kuipers is currently on a 191-days research mission at the International Space Station. Lately, he’s been sharing with the world some of the most amazing views of our beloved home planet up from his perspective. Don’t feel surprised to know that the breathtaking imagery is shot using only his Nikon D3S and not a sophisticated satellite photo-snapping device. The spectacular views of the universe’s constant activity and the spectrum of colors it offers is absolutely magnificent.
Talking Glossary of Genetic Terms Glossary Home | Text Version Designed to help learners at any level better understand genetic terms Guided by national science standards Explained by scientists at the NIH The National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) created the Talking Glossary of Genetic Terms to help everyone understand the terms and concepts used in genetic research. In addition to definitions, specialists in the field of genetics share their descriptions of terms, and many terms include images, animation and links to related terms. Enter a search term or explore the list of terms by selecting a letter from the alphabet on the left and then select from the terms revealed. (A text-only version is available from here.)
Antivirus, Antimalware, And Antispyware Resources - BleepingComputer.com - Aurora Well after being totally paranoid about the whole business , I settled for just Zone Alarm Pro security suit for Firewall and Virus protection. I have to say I am very happy with it BUT I run SpyBot occasionally, Ad-Aware ALL THE TIME, have SpyWareBlaster 3.3 running and Microsoft Beta and SP2 for XP. EVERYTHING IS FULLY UP TO DATE. Crop circle appears in Dorset field sparking interest in who or what made it Intricate design is the first one of the year and has emerged in a field near Blandford Forum in DorsetThe number of crop circles appearing in Britain is declining: 2012 produced 50 while 2013 produced just 15Some believe this is because of a recent crackdown by farmers as trespass and destruction of crops is illegalSceptics believe crop circles are entirely man-made, while others believe they are the creation of aliens By Harriet Hernando Published: 12:46 GMT, 14 July 2014 | Updated: 15:36 GMT, 14 July 2014 The first crop circle of the year has appeared in a field near Blandford Forum in Dorset leaving locals stumped over who or what created it.
A Natural Science Resource for Students and Educators indicates a section of the site that is available to subscribing members only. Not a member? Feel free to click on these links and view the samples we have made available. Then check out the low cost and great benefits to subscribers! Home | Citing this Reference | About Us | Frequently Asked Questions | Contact Us | Privacy ©2005-2015 Sheri Amsel. Foundation Training Helps Maximize Strength - Aurora By Dr. Mercola I recently learned of Dr. Eric Goodman’s work through his TED presentation and was excited about the simplicity and elegance of his approach to exercise — an innovative method called Foundation Training, which he developed while in school to become a chiropractor to treat his own chronic low back pain. He now teaches classes and seminars on this method — co-created with Peter Park, a world-class professional athlete trainer.
World Wonders Project Loading Explore stories from around the world Circular forms. Sun and Moon by Robert Delaunay Kunsthaus Zürich Your daily digestWednesday 28 December Classify It! App You can use this app to help build on your students' understanding of the classification of organisms. It would be a good way to help students understand that many kinds of organisms can be sorted into groups in many ways using various features to decide which organisms belong to which group. The app also helps demonstrate how classification systems are frameworks used by biologists and demonstrates how living organisms can be classified in a variety of ways. Since playing through the app can be time consuming, one way to use it would be to divide your students into groups and have each group play through a mode. You could ask your students questions based on the categories and organisms found in a particular mode.
Coconut Oil for Hair Coconut oil is very popular and frequently preferred as hair oil worldwide. Before you start using this oil for its many beneficial, functions, perhaps you should find out what makes it so special, and why millions of people choose to use it. Many people living in coastal areas of the world, more specifically in the areas where coconuts grow in abundance, know that the the sweet smelling coconut oil is their one and only hair oil. These are areas like the Indian Subcontinent, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Malaysia, Burma, Philippines, and parts of the Caribbean. Coconut oil is rich in carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals which are good for the human body.
Personal Brewery The WilliamsWarn Personal Brewery is the miracle that beer drinkers have been praying for. After 5000 years of brewing, the technology finally exists to allow you to brew the perfect beer at home or at your workplace. In 2004, whilst Ian was working out of Denmark as an international brewing consultant and professional beer taster, he was challenged by his Uncle (a frustrated homebrewer) to invent the worlds first personal brewery. After 2 years part-time research he returned to New Zealand in 2006 and started fulltime research and development with help from his friend, Anders Warn. Finally in April 2011, after several rounds of serious investment, hundreds of brews and blind tastings and after many industrial prototypes, the first units and the ingredients to be used in them were ready for sale.
Pitaya: The Selling of a Superfruit - Businessweek - Aurora A few months ago, Eric Helms, the 42-year-old founder and chief executive officer of Juice Generation, a chain of juice and smoothie bars in New York City, wanted to display what he calls “the next big superfruit” in his stores. Having bought exclusive import rights to a year’s supply of pitaya, a softball-sized fruit that grows from cacti mostly found on the side of an active volcano in southwest Nicaragua, Helms had become the only American purveyor of the fruit’s pulp. But when he tried to order whole pitayas for his display, he discovered there were none around. Due to fears about fruit flies arriving in the U.S. from Central America, all pitayas had to be pulped and frozen before shipping. So after spending nearly half a million dollars for his new, marquee item, Helms had to settle for Vietnamese dragonfruits—the pitaya’s Asian cousin—as doppelgängers. “It was crazy,” Helms says.