At first glance I thought this was some kind of photoshop, with a Zune jacked into an original version of XBOX. You can pick up this bad boy from iHome for $99.99.
It has Wake or Sleep to Zune mode, with AM/FM Radio, Reson8 speakers, Gradual Wake/Sleep mode, Dual alarms, 7-5-2 feature for seperate weekday/weekend alarm times.
Who didn’t see this one coming?
Mothers Against Drunk Driving want a stricter rating on ‘Grand Theft Auto IV’.
Drunk Driving is not a game….Drunk Driving is a choice.
If you’re not familiar with the game at all, it includes the ability to drive while intoxicated.
Recently, an international team of researchers bombarded each nucleus from a large pile of thorium through a mass spectrometer in search of a previously undiscovered superheavy element.
Lo and behold, while the most abundant isotopes found were in fact thorium, they also had a few hits of something with atomic weight of 292 which they believe equates to an atomic number of 122.
Up ’til now, 122 was a theoretical element that scientists suspected should be there but hadn’t been discovered nor created artificially. The temporary name assigned to 122 is “ununbibium,” or “one-two-two-bium.”
The big brains on campus believe ununbibium has a half-life of about 100 million years!
Time to update the periodic table, folks.
It’s Pravda, take it with a grain of salt:
Scientists of Ukrainian Academy of Sciences Natalya Kozirovska and Irina Zayec proved it possible to plant herbs on the Moon. During the experiment they managed to plant marigold on the soil, identical to the Moon regolite.
Scientists imitated the Moon soil scientists took grind mineral anorthosite. This magmetic rock is nothing like fertile soil. In this rock flowers couldn’t survive for a long time. But as soon as certain bacteria were added, the plants revived and started blooming. Bacteria process magmetic rock, providing flowers with necessary minerals like kalium.
Oil paintings have been found in caves behind the two ancient colossal Buddha statues destroyed in 2001 by the Taliban, suggesting that Asians — not Europeans — were the first to invent oil painting.