Video of the Day: The Earth at a distance of more than 160 million km

03.04.2013

Not every day you can see the Earth at a distance of more than 160 million miles of space. At the same distance from Earth, not so long ago, a comet flew PanSTARRS. The spacecraft STEREO-B (Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory was able to capture this amazing phenomenon. 

On the above picture above Earth is a prominent bright dot in the center, and the bright lights in the near corner — it is the tail of a comet PanSTARRS. In head happened to be the famous image of the Earth «Pale Blue Dot», reminiscent of

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In the sky above the Orthodox cathedral under construction in Arkhangelsk captured shining dome

03.04.2013

In the sky above being built of Michael the Archangel Cathedral of Archangel sealed lights, resembling a dome. A photograph of an unusual phenomenon has made one of the parishioners, the press service of the local diocese.  

 

"It is remarkable that the builders of the spring of 2013 completed the construction of the vaults of the central part of the cathedral and began preparatory work for the installation of the domes. Now

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The asteroid that killed the dinosaurs, did not touch a life in freshwater?

31.07.2013

 

Scientists now have fresh evidence that the asteroid impact that led to the end of the era of the dinosaurs, occurred near the present city of Chikalaba, which is located in Mexico. This cosmic impact of a ten asteroid killed many creatures on land and in the sea, but scientists have discovered that living organisms, located in a clash in fresh water, managed to avoid this fate. According to new research, described in detail in the Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences,

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Bet you did not know … Myths about the Middle Ages

03.04.2013

In the Middle Ages 9 out of 10 people have died, and did not live up to 40 years

Accurate data on life expectancy in the distant past, we, of course not, but historians say that in the Middle Ages it was somewhere around 35 years. (In any case, 50% of those born survive to that age). But that does not mean that people were dying only when they reach 35 years of age. Yes, the average life expectancy was about this, but many died in childhood. We do not know exactly what is

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On the maps of Google revealed a new sign

03.04.2013

 

This is a new sign at Google. His blatant Masonic symbolism shocking. All this looks like some sort of occult object. Still do not know what's under the ground. There's something probably the most interesting and hidden.

 

7 future technology, invented by Russian companies

03.04.2013

The word "startup" in recent years is strongly associated with the Internet and created a network of projects. In contrast to the general trend in the St. Petersburg business incubator "Ingria" hardware-startups gathered from across the country — from Kazan "Spikfona" offering to use intercoms for rapid communication with the public, to Khanty-Mansiysk developer of technology to transform the associated gas to methane.

There was a total 78 applications for participation in the investment of the session "Ingria", but the right to display their projects have received only 19 startups. Here is the

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The scientist says that vaccines are changing the traditional orientation of people

04.04.2013

 

70-year-old Italian scholar, journalist and opponent of vaccination Jean Paolo Vanoli firmly believes that vaccines are able to change the traditional to non-traditional sexual orientation. This is a pernicious process Vanoli explains: "The vaccine is injected into the child, the child is growing and trying to find and understand their own personality. But the vaccine contains various substances that depressing effect on people if it enters the brain, and he lost the challenge of selecting and become gay. "

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U.S. nuclear burial could explode at any moment

04.04.2013

Drain on the country's largest repository of radioactive waste has not yet been liquidated

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The cemetery Hanford Nuclear Reservation in the United States, which recently has been a large leak of nuclear waste could explode at any moment. Trapped in the storage of hydrogen risks to react with oxygen and then can not escape the tragedy, admitted to the Council on the safety of nuclear facilities in response to a request of Democratic Senator Ron Wyden. Thus, the people of the city Hanford in Washington state is in serious

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Pacific Time again breaks

04.04.2013

68% of all earthquakes occur along the so-called "Pacific Rim", which stretches along the east coast of Asia, north and east of Australia, along the west coast of America (especially in Japan and the Philippines).

And today in the capital of the Philippines earthquake of magnitude 5.3. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, tremors recorded at 10:27 local time (6:27 MSK). The center of aftershocks at the depth of 38 kilometers. The epicenter was located 158 kilometers north-east of the capital.

Also, an earthquake of magnitude 5.3 occurred off the coast

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In China Sea found an unusual skeleton

05.04.2013

A fisherman from Shandong caught last week something unusual, namely, the remains of a huge "translucent dragon."

Strange skeleton was found in the water on March 28 Chinese fisherman, who wasted no time in team called the local news, and journalists rushed to photograph the creature, studying all of its 153 joint.   According to Japanese news, discovery aroused great interest of the public, and as the color and shape of a dragon seemed almost perfect, the idea that the bones may have been the result of manual work. Researchers, on the other

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