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The most powerful army in the world, one patient was frightened woman?

September 10, 2012 15:52

Can anyone imagine this — one of the most powerful armies in the world was scared of a single and also obviously sick woman? But that's what happened in 1939, when an American general was not able to find justice on some woman living in the desert. It happened one morning in July in Alabama …

Witness what happened — a former FBI agent — until very recently, did not tell anyone about the incident from the 1939. He did it just recently in the Mexican edition of the magazine "OVNI", when he felt that getting

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End of the world of the unknown radiation. Atlantis — the ancient nuclear reactor.

September 7, 2012 12:42

End of the world promises to mankind recent find British geologists, Cambridge. Japan's "Fukushima-2?, Which continues to contaminate water oceans radiation, against the new discoveries by scientists, it may seem a low risk.

Another real threat to people today are the remains legendapnoy Atlantis. But the new Atlantis is so dangerous, that can bring about the end of the world? Discovered under a layer of silt in the North Atlantic Ocean, the remains of an ancient civilization is an island area of 10,000 square meters. km. However, this is not a simple island, ie is not

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Soon there will be Ichthyander

September 7, 2012 13:00

The idea of the famous science fiction novel by Alexander Belyaev "Amphibian Man" soon may be a reality. Scientists have developed an innovative method of breathing for divers. We will Aquanaut artificial gills and breathe it will zhidkostyu.Issledovaniya shown that mammals can survive, breathing oxygen through a special liquid solution. The photo is breathing rat PFC solution. At the top of the layer of water, which is easier than PFC floating fish.

Conquest of the water element will be possible thanks to a new technology by which a diver will get needed oxygen from a

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Managing people on the planet Earth

September 6, 2012 21:44

Managing people on the planet Earth

In the foreseeable process management framework humanity were laid in the days of ancient Egypt caste of priests. Managing people and hold them in subjection was accomplished by issuing a dosage of knowledge at different levels of society and hiding their entirety. At the present level of development of the society management methods have changed little. The most complete this management system set out in the Concept of Public Security provided by non-governmental institutions of additional education "Institute Conceptual Analytics" in the form of crowd-"elite" model of society.

"World

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Art imitate life avatars controlled thoughts

September 4, 2012 22:40

The first time scientists had made sure that the person lying in the unit of magnetic resonance imaging, was able to control the robot, located hundreds of miles away, with the thought. "Our ultimate goal is to create a substitute, such as Avatar, but this remains to be done , "said the director of the robotics laboratory of the National Institute of Industrial Science and Technology in Tsukuba, Japan, Abderrahmane Kheddar.

Remote controlled robots, controlled remotely by people has been used for decades. But Kheddar and his colleagues went on. "The present incarnation goes

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Ants found a prototype Internet

September 3, 2012 15:31

Computer scientists and biologists at Stanford found that the behavior of harvester ants, which produce food, similar to the protocols that control traffic in the Network.

At first glance, the ants and the Internet do not have anything in common. But Stanford researchers found that the ants decide on the number of deportees in search of food workers, about the same as the Internet protocols define the width of the transmission channel. The researchers called this phenomenon "Anternet" (from the English. Ant — ant).

Transmission Control Protocol or TCP — an algorithm that controls the

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Aliens implanted people implants

September 3, 2012 14:55

Of alien implants talked a long time. It is believed that this is a tiny, apparently, control devices, which are introduced into the body, most commonly through the nasal cavity or through other inconspicuous holes on the body of the victim. It happens that suddenly X-ray reveals a man, he said, who visited in the hands of aliens, foreign body — implant. Sometimes doctors and managed to remove implants

One such story began in 1995, when hypnologist Darrel Sims surgeons showed an X-ray of human legs, once taken aboard a UFO. At first glance, it

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There comes a time supermen?

September 4, 2012 22:46

As soon as bioengineers are exploring ways to overcome our human limitations, we are faced with the question — whether our species is on the verge of a global upgrade of humanity as a species?

Hugh Herr lost both legs below the knee as a teenager, when regular rock climbing ended in tragedy. But if you ask yourself the question, "Poor guy, how he dealt with this?", Then you may be too worried about him. Herr feels just fine.

The head of the research team of bionics MIT Herr developed high-tech artificial legs, which are

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U.S. scientists have created a unique robot chameleon

August 18, 2012 14:51

American scientists from Harvard University (USA) have created a unique robot that can blend in with the environment, according to the scientific journal Science.

The so-called robot chameleon can move independently, using a system of cavities within each "leg". Masking robot is due to the silicone inside which, a system of multiple microchannels, which are in turn filled paints.

One of the developers of the robot chameleon, Stephen Morin noted that it was important to show that even the most simple systems can achieve a lot in the art of camouflage.

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As prosecutors pressed people on Russian articles

 

 

 

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