Thursday, July 31, 2008

Exercise Pills Build Muscle Increase Stamina And Burn Fat

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AICAR and GW1516 are two possible pills which appear to be able to build muscle, increase stamina, and even burn fat, according to US researchers. In tests, mice were able to run 44% further suggesting humans may be able to do the same without prior training. The concept is controversial because of fears they could be misused in sport.

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Sun And Moon 2008 Total Solar Eclipse

Diagram showing the umbra, penumbra and antumbra of the shadow of the earth in sunlight.

The umbra is the dark inner shadow and the penumbra is the faint outer shadow. The path of totality is the path that is traveled by the umbra and anyone located on it can see the total eclipse. Anyone who is in the vicinity of the umbra in the penumbra is able to see the partial eclipse.

A dark shadow will sweep across the surface of the planet in a broad arc as the Moon passes directly between the Earth and our star.

The eclipse start at Canada's and ends in northern China's Silk Road region, while some parts of northern Russia will experience dark for 2 minutes, 27 seconds from, Britain, Europe, Asia and north-eastern North America experience partial eclipse.

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July 18 Earthquake Effects

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What is the effect in the Philippines by the July 18 Earthquake news, that is predicted by 47 years old Brazilian professor Juseleeno Nobulega Daroose. It make some people frightened, some begin to be more religious, some school did not resume there class on that day. But the most important thing is we are all still bless because that 8.1 magnitude earthquake did not happen.

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Monday, July 28, 2008

Iran Executes 29 Convicted Criminals

Iran has executed 29 convicted drug smugglers and other criminals in Tehran's Evin prison. The executions follow an expanded crackdown on crime in the Islamic Republic. Among them were convicts found guilty of murder, rape, armed robbery and drug trafficking.

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Monday, July 21, 2008

Lithium-ion Battery Answer To High Oil Price

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The lithium-ion battery, already a fixture in personal electronic devices, soon will become the answer to high oil prices and environmental concerns as it bulks up to power rechargeable electric vehicles, government, university and industry panelists predicted.

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Water On Mars

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Mustard's team studied data returned by the Compact Reconnaissance Imaging Spectrometer for Mars, an instrument designed to find traces of minerals that interact with water. Earlier studies have found evidence of ancient gushers, and the Mars Phoenix Lander recently found ice. But Mustard's analysis provides the clearest picture yet of planet-wide hydrological impacts and most tantalizingly, CRISM showed widespread deposits of clay-like minerals that form only at relatively low temperatures.

Ancient Martian oceans may have been salty, but at least they weren't boiling. And perhaps, said Mustard, they weren't dead. "I think the prospects for present life were dim, but for past life, during this habitable era, they were really quite good," he said.

As for whether evidence of life will remain after four billion years, Mustard said that "it's probably better-preserved on Mars than on the Earth, where plate tectonics has recycled the crust."

He continued, "On Mars, many more elements from that early history are still present. And we do think whiffs of life are preserved in the Earth record, so I think Mars stands a good chance of preserving signatures, if they ever existed."

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Saturday, July 19, 2008

Reborn Baby Dolls Become Cult Item

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EDINBURGH - "Reborn babies" is a life-like baby dolls which is carefully crafted in vinyl and have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with nostalgic grandparents and grieving parents. They are like real, you can hear a tiny heartbeat while their chest rise and fall, but these babies for are not alive.

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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

July 18 Earthquake The Pre-Ultimate Day

"July 18 is not the End Of The World." Who can tell when will it happen?

There is a prediction saying that there will be a 8.1 magnitude earthquake on July 18 in the Philippines. A lot of email, blogs and news around the internet saying about the killer quake who predicted by Juseleeno Nobulega Daroose, a 47 years old professor in Brazil. Juseleeno Nobulega Daroose was born in 1960, Daroose started seeing the future when he was 9 years old. Some present him as Jucelino Nobrega da Luz.

Some Predictions of Juseleeno Nobulega Daroose:
The death of Princess Diana
The World Trade Attack in New York
Tsunami In Indonesia
September 13 earthquake with a 9.1 magnitude at Nanning, Hainan, China

What can we say? For me let us pray and be ready, true or not let us cross our fingers besides we always believe that no person can tell what will happens next. God Bless Us!

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Monday, July 14, 2008

1 Million Of Apple iPhones Sold In 3 Days

Apple had sold about 6 million units of the first-model iPhone since it launched in the U.S. a year ago. The company has set a goal of selling 10 million iPhones by the end of 2008. And in its first three days - last Sunday, it sold 1 millions of apple iPhones, according to Apple Inc.

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Tuesday, July 8, 2008

July 18 Earthquake

It is not the end of the world on July 18, there is no basic science behind it said by Renato Solidum Jr. Director Of Philvolcs - Philippine Institute Of Volcanology and Seismology. Office of Philvolcs received an email that there will be an 8.1 magnitude earthquake on July 18.

A lot of email, blogs and news in the internet saying about that killer quake who is predicted by 47 years old professor in Brazil - Juseleeno Nobulega Daroose. He also predicted the death of Princess Diana, the World Trade Attack in New York and the Tsunami that devastated Indonesia. And last is the September 13 earthquake with a 9.1 magnitude at Nanning, Hainan, China.

Juseleeno Nobulega Daroose, was born in 1960, Daroose started seeing the future when he was 9 years old. Some website present him as Jucelino Nobrega da Luz. In 2005, Daroose charged United States of America for telling them where they can find Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.

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Running Of Bulls At Pamplona 13 Injured

13 people injured but none gored in the running of the bulls Monday with a long, messy and particularly dangerous dash through the streets of Pamplona.

The half-mile sprint through cobblestone streets turned chaotic because the pack of six half-ton beasts became separated early in the route after plowing into a crowd of people, some of them spectators.

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Saturday, July 5, 2008

US Independence Day Celebrations Exploded

July Fourth celebrations, the nation's largest fireworks display exploded in a spectrum of color over the East River, temporarily stealing the spotlight from New York's world-famous skyline and helping to create a brilliant end.

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Friday, July 4, 2008

Proposed Of Merging US Earth Sciences Agencies

The world's growing challenges have leaders in earth science proposing a merger of agencies that study the planet from climate change to volcanoes and earthquakes. Creation of a new Earth Systems Science Agency is urged in this week's edition of the journal Science, by merging the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the US Geological Survey.

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Thursday, July 3, 2008

The Pregnant Man Thomas Beatie Gave Birth

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Born a woman, Thomas Beatie, 34, also called as "pregnant man" the transgender man who made headlines gave birth Sunday to a healthy baby girl at St. Charles Medical Center in Bend, Oregon, it was natural, according to a source, who added that reports that Beatie had had a Caesarean section are false. "The baby is really cute, really pretty". The source said Beattie was resting and the family was focusing its attention on the new baby.

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Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Boxing Titles Of Manny Pacquiao

Filipino boxing champ Manny Pacquiao is the first Asian to win major titles in four different weight divisions. Among these are the World Boxing Council (WBC) Flyweight, International Boxing Federation (IBF) Super Bantamweight, WBC Super Featherweight, and WBC Lightweight world titles.

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How FBI Hopelessly Foul Up The Anthrax Case

Almost from the beginning, the anthrax investigation was hampered by top-heavy leadership from high ranking, but inexperienced FBI officials, which led to a close-minded focus on just one suspect and amateurish investigative techniques that robbed agents in the field the ability operate successfully.

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