The voice of the spirit

27.12.2004

27.12.2004

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What can cause a seance?

One of the most popular adult entertainment educated people at the end of a XIX, and XX century was the spiritualism. Thousands of people on all continents gathered in darkened rooms, sat around tables and created the sacrament call the spirits of

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Animals communicate with seismic waves

September 3, 2012 14:37

When night falls in the thick rainforest of El Yunque in the north-east of Puerto Rico begins deafening concert: every living creature seeks to assert itself.

Spider-mounts (photo Thomas Shahan).

In the early 1980s, Peter Narins of the University of California in Los Angeles (USA) heard in the forest at all other sounds — using geophones. Underground was quieter, but not quiet. So scientists could discover that spotted whistler (Leptodactylus fragilis) are able to communicate by sending seismic signals.

These frogs emit a series of short beeps (about four per second), inflating and blowing vocal

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In Japan, created a virtual reality that allows implanted in someone elses body

January 2, 2013 14:46

Developed at the University of Tokyo in the system is able to produce a revolution in the computer games industry.

Scientists at the lab Ikei school systems engineering at Tokyo Metropolitan University have created a unique virtual reality system.

System developers talk about achieving a new level of virtualization, which involves not only the transmission of audio and video data to man, but it uses the sense of smell, touch and sense of movement, which can be used for virtual travel, during which a man can be, as it were in a different body, lecturing

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Backbone — a voltaic pile?

29.12.2004

29.12.2004

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We are all accustomed to such titles as "battery", "battery", "power supply" and so on. But the first sources of electricity were not at all like that. "Voltaic pile" — a source of constant electric current was invented by the famous physicist Alessandro Volta. The first "pillar"

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Movie: I, or the last illusion

March 13, 2012 21:03

Too often, people forget, and some even did never know that they do not have a body. But to think in terms of "I am the body" — a road to nowhere. Whatever good you're doing in the way of development — you'll stand still, because you'll develop a mere illusion. This is the same as the water drawn seed — it does not grow, you need to water the seed of the real, but it is capable of outgrowth in flower. This film will help you to literally "sober up" from the

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Humanoid robots on the complexity of the man chosen to

December 12, 2012 15:52

Humanoid robots on the complexity of the man chosen to

What did not happen at these Web sites: robokolibri and cases and even robobelki … But with a robot that plays human movement (and reproducing in full), while the problem. It is very difficult Homo: both can run and climb, and even swim, and the number of degrees of freedom of the little people is enormous. However, researchers from the University of Tokyo (Japan) led by Yuto Nakanishi (Yuto Nakanishi) leave no hope.

Their creation is Kenshiro "descendant» Kojiro — muskoloskeletnogo drone, created in

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Brain within seconds

November 23, 2012 22:09

The nerve cells of the brainPhoto: sciencemag.org

In the cerebral cortex found cells that due to short periods of time.

In the cerebral cortex found cells that due to short periods of time. Along with the circadian rhythms of this mechanism causes the perception of time by our body.

Circadian rhythms are well known in humans and animals, but little was known about how the body perceives a short period of time. That question could be answered from Minnesota scientists, who published their work in the journal PLoS Biology.

In the parietal cortex showed

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Peaceful SKIF

Supercomputer "SKIF-Aurora SUSU", which was put into operation in the South Ural State University in the spring of 2010, not only solved the problem of fundamental science. About how NRU SUSU interacts with businesses, doing applied research, told STRF.ru told Dean, Faculty of Computational Mathematics and Computer Science, Head of the Laboratory supercomputer simulation SUSU Leonid Sokolinsky.

Leonid Sokolinsky "supercomputer modeling allows to calculate with precision the degree of deformation of the ballistic fabric when it is damaged, and determine the parameters under which the fabric will not be torn"

What problems are solved on

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The prediction came true psychic

12.01.2005

12.01.2005

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Most crimes occur under the influence of alcohol. So the statistics and fatal April night in 2001.

Could it be assumed 39-year-old Inara that date with an old friend, scheduled for April 20 at the home of Sergei, would be her last?

With Sergei Inara had known

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The body of the deceased monk, not smoldering for several weeks

October 17, 2011 0:58

Thupten Rinpoche, a Tibetan monk in New Zealand, died in May, but his body remained for nearly three weeks, with no signs of rigor mortis and decomposition.

In Rinpoche was stomach cancer, he was found dead May 24 local doctor, who said that Rinpoche heart stopped beating, and he was no longer breathing. The body was kept in a dry place with a relatively low temperature, on a bed under a shroud, a Buddhist center Dargue (Dhargyey Buddhist Center).

According to the local Buddhist community, Rinpoche entered into a "death meditation" or tukdam. Rinpoche's

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