Posts Tagged ‘Black Hole’

Nature (Can Science solve problems of Nature: ‘Quality Slate: Timepass’?)

December 13, 2012

Nature  (Can Science solve problems of Nature: ‘Quality Slate: Timepass’?)

Introduction

Can Science solve problems of Nature: ‘Quality Slate: Timepass’?

Meat:

New Way to Look at Dawn of Life: Focus Shifts from ‘Hardware’ to ‘Software’
(Observed: Scientist pose for the world like I do for my dog, on what next ‘After Life is done, what?’)

Astronomers Discover ‘Missing Link’ of Black Holes
(Observed: Scientist play cards, and pass on someone from one city to another, and wonder ‘Hah’)

Drug That May Help Fight Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Discovered
(Observed: Scientist fondle on me and let me have a ‘Free Lunch’ and ‘I wonder Why, I wonder How’)

Mechanism for the Transformation of Colon Polyps
(Observed: Scientist have a field and wonder how to make a ‘Omlett’ from it, and leave it to a ‘Two bit Nothing, who never did nothing’)

New Study Sheds Light On How Salmonella Spreads in the Body
(Observed: Spartacus released by Italy, and I wonder on ‘What’s up?’)

Toxic Interaction in Neurons That Leads to Dementia and ALS Discovered
(Observed: Scientist prepare a set of monkeys around ‘A Well of Journey, to Mirage’ and wonder perhaps ‘Is it worth, it?’)

Association Between Common Heartburn Drugs and Risk of Pneumonia Questioned
(Observed: Scientist wonder whether I have the blood to be a part in the next experiment ‘Can they mix melange with lilac color to make a new fabric, called Melanoma?’)

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1968
Robert W. Holley, H. Gobind Khorana, Marshall W. Nirenberg
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1968 was awarded jointly to Robert W. Holley, Har Gobind Khorana and Marshall W. Nirenberg “for their interpretation of the genetic code and its function in protein synthesis”.
(Observed: Scientist learn about the construction industry and put the sheriffs, a monkey and a janitor together for their next play called as ‘Life’)

Conclusion:

Overall Scientist wonder in their newplay ‘Timepass: Can you cook Life?’ for the monkeys to become ‘Machines & More’. Quite a story.

Caution: This might be all theory

Humanitarian: Other Than ‘Survival of Fittest’ the mystery of which I am yet to solve on ‘How to overcome this?, I wish my Science should be only applied if poor people are not hurt by the same

Nature (Can Science solve problems of Nature: When the ‘Big Bang’ says bye?)

November 1, 2012

Nature  (Can Science solve problems of Nature: When the ‘Big Bang’ says bye?)

Introduction

Can Science solve problems of Nature: When the ‘Big Bang’ says bye?

Meat:

1. Nature

Dinosaur Die out Might Have Been Second of Two Closely Timed Extinctions
(Observed: How did the Dinosaurs Die and other bed time stories by America, now in Science. Were Dinosaurs Real? Or are they a construction of America on some other planet in the future. Are Americans Aliens for some other planet and they have connection with this planet which they refuse to admit, which seem to have ‘Dinosaurs’?)

2. Evolution

Did Bone Ease Acid for Early Land Crawlers?
(Observed: Bones in Land Grabbers from Water Creatures help them store chemicals for more time, Scientist explain. The simple ones you exist by Nose, as they are lighter and the complex ones through the skin which are heavier)

3. Nobel Prize

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2006
Roger D. Kornberg
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2006 was awarded to Roger D. Kornberg “for his studies of the molecular basis of eukaryotic transcription”.
(Observed: ‘How we multiply?’ Science teaches us. Something like Anil Kapoor getting award for his movies ‘Tezaab’, ‘Mashaal’)

4. Astrophysics

Planets Can Form in the Galactic Center
(Observed: A planet gets attracted to a ‘Black Hole’, to its end of Life. Strange!)

5. Quantum Mechanics

Neutrinos: Ghostly Particles With Unstable Egos
(Observed: Scientist discover Shark of a particle called Neutrino)

6. Brain

Mind-Altering Microbes: Probiotic Bacteria May Lessen Anxiety and Depression
(Observed: A Bacteria which reduces stress in mouse, might be related to Neutrino as well)

7. Gene Therapy

Tiny Magnets Offer Breakthrough In Gene Therapy For Cancer
(Observed: Magnets clone Tumor and make human cells believe it’s a cake, attracting them)

8. Disease

New Level of Control for the Heart Beat
(Observed: A Heart protein mutates, might be some kind of Neutrino Effect)

Conclusion:

Science studies ‘Big Bang’ and more.

Caution: This might be all theory

Can Science find out ‘Why there are so many mental diseases on rise’?

October 14, 2012

Can Science find out ‘Why there are so many mental diseases on rise’?

Introduction

Can Science find out ‘Why there are so many mental diseases on rise’?

Meat:

1. Astrophysics

More Exoplanets Discovered: 41 New Transiting Planets in Kepler Field of View
(Observed: More planets discovvered in Kepler field, no one knows why)

Measuring the Universe’s ‘Exit Door’: For the First Time, an International Team Has Measured the Radius of a Black Hole
(Observed: Black Hole’s Radius measured, might lead to the clue on how much mass is crushed in a Black Hole, and how fast. A property which might help us determine extremes of Universe)

2. Quantum Mechanics

First Spectroscopic Measurement of an Anti-Atom
(Observed: Mystery of antimater, anti-hydrogen studied, perhaps ‘Death’ being studied)

3. Nobel Prize

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1970
Luis Leloir
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1970 was awarded to Luis Leloir “for his discovery of sugar nucleotides and their role in the biosynthesis of carbohydrates”.
(Observed: Process of carbohydrates combustion demonstrated)

4. Brain

People With DFNA2 Hearing Loss Show Increased Touch Sensitivity, Study Shows
(Observed: Sound protein might be also affecting touch)

Scientists Pinpoint Gene Variations Linked to Higher Risk of Bipolar Disorder
(Observed: ‘My Way or the Highway’ takes a hit in America, 6 million people affected with disease)

5. Gene Therapy

Discovery Of New Retinal Gene Involved In Childhood Blindness
(Observed: A Gene which causes Childhood Blindness, identified)

Cats’ Eye Diseases Genetically Linked To Diseases In Humans
(Observed: Cats share more with humans, diseases like blindness too)

6. Environment

Carbon Dioxide from Water Pollution, as Well as Air Pollution, May Adversely Impact Oceans
(Observed: Co2 increases in ocean, causes harm to fishes and us)

Loss of Tropical Forests Reduces Rain
(Observed: Forest dissapear, taking away rain too in the Amazon)

7. Evolution

The Black Queen Hypothesis: Basis of a New Evolutionary Theory
(Observed: ‘Survival of Fittest’ overuled. Now its ‘Survival of Sharing’)

Species Richness and Genetic Diversity Do Not Go Hand in Hand in Alpine Plants
(Observed: Alpines trees loose their history)

8. Disease

New Back Pain Gene Identified in Largest Genetic Study of Its Kind
(Observed: A Gene which causes dehydration and back pane)

Potential Genetic Factor in Eating Disorders Identified
(Observed: Eating disorder during ‘Puberty in Girls’ found to be related to a particular gene)

Conclusion:

Nature, Evolution, and Humans Race for ‘More’, seems to be at play for mental diseases.

Caution: This might be all theory

Work Tuesday (Can Science study the ‘Unknown Tree in the Universe’?)

September 24, 2012

Work Tuesday (Can Science study the ‘Unknown Tree in the Universe’?)

Introduction

Can Science study the ‘Unknown Tree in the Universe’?

Meat:

1. Astrophysics

Gamma-Ray Bursts Shed Light On the Nature of Dark Energy
(Observed: Why is the Universe expanding? What are the causes for the same?)

How a Distant Black Hole Devoured a Star
(Observed: The Nature of Black Holes and Neighbouring Stars. What prompts them to be voilent?)

2. Quantum Mechanics

Physicists Discover Odd Fluctuating Magnetic Waves
(Observed: Magnetism and Superconductivty, an odd interaction when applied to a material. Strange behaviour comes to play, which no one knows. Problems in order & disorder)

Atoms Don’t Dance The ‘Bose Nova’: Realization Of An Excited, Strongly Correlated Many-Body Phase
(Observed: A ‘State of Atoms’ which is different? Atoms don’t do their regular tango, instead form a attractive repulsive state)

3. Nobel Prize

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1938
Richard Kuhn
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1938 was awarded to Richard Kuhn “for his work on carotenoids and vitamins”.
(Observed: Vitamins discovered)

4. Brain

Intermittent Explosive Disorder Affects Up To 16 Million Americans
(Observed: Americans hurt by unknown anger problems leading to mental depression and anxiety. Cause unknown and future work needed)

Sleep Apnea Linked With Increased Risk of Cancer Death
(Observed: Oxygen dissapears in patiens in nights, might lead to cancer, cause unknown)

5. Gene Therapy

Dartmouth Researchers Identify Multi-Tasking Circadian Protein
(Observed: A Light Receiving Protein which turns on body clock)

Gene Linked To Developmental Syndrome In Old Order Amish Identified By NIH Scientists
(Observed: A Gene Mutation linked to organ problems, found. Cause unknown)

6. Environment

The ‘Slippery Slope to Slime’: Overgrown Algae Causing Coral Reef Declines
(Observed: Corals dissapear due to fishing and pollution, solution needed)

Warming Ocean Could Start Big Shift of Antarctic Ice
(Observed: Ice in Antartica could dissapear, global warming. Solutions needed)

7. Evolution

Brainy Worms: Scientists Uncover Counterpart of Cerebral Cortex in Marine Worms
(Observed: Worms had brains, as scientist find, much like us. Cause unknown of this strange Evolution?)

Peptides May Hold ‘Missing Link’ to Life
(Observed: How small molecules, peptides, join together to probably form Life)

8. Disease

Virus Sent To Attack Brain Tumors From The Inside Out
(Observed: Brain tumors being solved, still unsuccessful though)

Autism: Why Do Some Develop Then Regress?
(Observed: Autism comes back)

Conclusion:

The Unknown tree studied from Evolution, Environment, Brain, Genes (Our Ancestors), Far Space and the very small.

Caution: This might be all theory

Work Tuesday (Can Science study ‘Wackiness’ in Nature, Life, Humans, Diseases?)

September 22, 2012

Work Tuesday (Can Science study ‘Wackiness’ in Nature, Life, Humans, Diseases?)

Introduction

Can Science find ‘Wackiness, Quirkness for Nature’?

Meat:

1. Astrophysics

Rogue Stars Ejected from the Galaxy Are Found in Intergalactic Space
(Observed: ‘Escape from Alcatraz‘ performed by Stars from Black Holes)

Astronomer Finds Evidence for Record-Breaking Nine Planet System
(Observed: Nine planet system much like ours and close by found)

2. Quantum Mechanics

Largest Parity Violation and Other Adventures in Table-Top Physics: Atomic Experiments Push Boundary of Known Physical World
(Observed: Parity violations observed, which means your dark side might be different from your bright side. Property of Electrons and Light remains same)

Geometry Affects Drift and Diffusion Across Entropic Barriers
(Observed: Space affects “How much you can get through and how far?”)

3. Nobel Prize

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1925
Richard Zsigmondy
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1925 was awarded to Richard Zsigmondy “for his demonstration of the heterogeneous nature of colloid solutions and for the methods he used, which have since become fundamental in modern colloid chemistry”.
(Observed: Colloids explained which might explain why the same substance behaves differently in diffusion in different mediums)

4. Brain

Irritable Bowel Syndrome Can Have Genetic Causes
(Observed: Mutations in stomach lead to havoc in excreta disorder)

Bipolar Disorder And Gene Abnormalities: Sodium, Calcium Imbalances Linked To Manic Depressive Episodes
(Observed: America gets input-output problem, might be due to suffering exports and more imports)

Sensitivity To Antidepressants Linked With TrkB-Mediated Neural Proliferation
(Observed: A Receptor which affects antidepressants effect on diseases like anxiety)

5. Gene Therapy

Prostate Cancer Gene Found: Newly Identified Susceptibility Gene May Provide The Key To Earlier Diagnosis And Treatment Of Disease
(Observed: Mutations of the same gene causes cancer)

Human/Insect/Jellyfish Genes Team To Quiet “Hyper” Nerve Cells
(Observed & Apriori: Genes firing quieted down by silencers)

6. Environment

Himalayan Glaciers Retreating at Accelerated Rate in Some Regions: Consequences for Water Supply Remain Unclear
(Observed: Glaciers shy away from Himalayan regions)

Global Catastrophic Amphibian Declines Have Multiple Causes, No Simple Solution
(Observed: Climate trouble may affect Amphibian decline and into extinction)

7. Evolution

New Insights Into Genomics of Speciation
(Observed: Species can diverge in large part of Genome rather than small areas, creating a different view of Evolution)

Core Nuclear Pore Elements Likely Shared By All Eukaryotes
(Observed: Eukaryotes are the same evolving at a particular point of time, very rapidly after remaining dormant for about 2 billion years)

8. Disease

Genetic Variation For Enzyme In Lung May Point To Cancer Susceptibility Gene, Mechanisms That May Cause Cancer
(Observed: A Gene that causes Lung Cancer identified, however one of the variations might just prevent it)

New Approach to Treat Acute Liver Failure
(Observed: Acute Liver Failure caused by increases in apoptosis, solution is ARC protein which is lacking in Liver)

Conclusion:

Nature can be weird and can do a lot of different things in it with Life, Space and Diseases. There are a lot of unknowns on which we can work.

P.S: The goal of the blog has not been decided ‘Apriori’, or rather the quality of articles has driven the ‘Aim’ and it might be similar to some of the earlier blogs

Caution: This might be all theory

 

 

 

Science Today (Can Science find the “End of Universe”?)

August 3, 2012

Science Today (Can Science find the “End of Universe”?)

Introduction:
Is there any “End of Universe”? Can Science find if any, “The End of Universe”?

Meat:

1. Astrophysics (Far: About Stars, Aliens and Fairies if they exist)

Dark Galaxies of the Early Universe Spotted for the First Time
(Dark part of ‘Early Universe’ detected )

Nomads of the Galaxy: What Does It Mean to Have Quadrillions of Planets Adrift in Milky Way?
(Many nomad planets found which might act as transport vehicles of Life)

Remarkable Outburst Seen from Old Black Hole
(A Black Hole gets angry or happy, much like our angry young man “Amitabh Bachhan”)

One Supernova Type, Two Different Sources
(One thing from two different sources)

2. Quantum Mechanics (Small: Of young children, new thinking and the world of small things for people who prefer perfection)

Tevatron Scientists Announce Their Final Results On the Higgs Particle
(As close as it gets to the “Higg’s like Particle”)

3. Nobel Prize (Talent: People who did great discoveries in Science and are given a prize so that you don’t forget them)

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1994
Alfred G. Gilman, Martin Rodbell

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1994 was awarded jointly to Alfred G. Gilman and Martin Rodbell “for their discovery of G-proteins and the role of these proteins in signal transduction in cells”
(How the outside communicates within the inside of the cell?)

4. Brain (You: Human Thinking Machine )

When We Forget to Remember: Failures in Prospective Memory Range from Annoying to Lethal
(Memory slips can happen)

Molecular Link Between Circadian Clock Disturbances and Inflammatory Diseases Discovered
(If you don’t sleep well, it can cause inflamation and possibly to cancer and diabetes)

5. Gene Therapy (Close: Of Relationships)

Plant Research Reveals New Role for Gene Silencing Protein
(Termination protein found for DNA silencing)

6. Environment

Tropical Climate in the Antarctic: Palm Trees Once Thrived On Today’s Icy Coasts 52 Million Years Ago
(New findings about the weather of Antartic, back in time)

7. Evolution

Chemical Substitution: On Early Earth, Iron May Have Performed Magnesium’s RNA Folding Job
(Iron finds life on early Earth)

8. Mathematics:

Infinity
(The Maximum of Universe)

Conclusion:

The ‘End of Universe’ studied in this blog from black holes eating massive stars and terminating them, the boundaries of life and death and off-course the environment in which we live and many unknowns, which point to the fact that “The End of Universe is yet to be seen”.

Caution: This might be all theory

Science Today (Can Science show the path of ‘Evolution of Life’ to us?)

July 29, 2012

Science Today (Can Science show the path of ‘Evolution of Life’ to us?)

Introduction:

Can we study Evolution in Life and Nature?

Meat:

1. Astrophysics (Far: About Stars, Aliens and Fairies if they exist)

Growing Up Supermassive: A Black Hole’s Diet of Stars
(Black Holes seen eating binary pair of stars: only one and the other is flung far away into the far Universe)

Understanding Hot Nuclear Matter That Permeated the Early Universe
(A New facility to study states of matter at lower energy scale)

2. Quantum Mechanics (Small: Of young children, new thinking and the world of small things for people who prefer perfection)

Nano Funnel Used to Generate Extreme Ultraviolet Light Pulses
(Electrons can be measured with much more specific precision)

A Roll of the Dice: Quantum Mechanics Researchers Show That Nature Is Unpredictable
(Einstein revisited)

3. Nobel Prize (Talent: People who did great discoveries in Science and are given a prize so that you don’t forget them)

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1990
Joseph E. Murray, E. Donnall Thomas

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1990 was awarded jointly to Joseph E. Murray and E. Donnall Thomas “for their discoveries concerning organ and cell transplantation in the treatment of human disease”
(Organ Transplant discovered, surgically and non surgically)

4. Brain (You: Human Thinking Machine )

Genetic Link to Rapid Weight Gain from Antipsychotics Discovered
(A Gene which gets affected by drugs for brain, resulting in heart disease and diabetes)

Stress Fuels Breast Cancer Metastasis to Bone
(If you are under depression, cancer comes home to the bone)

5. Gene Therapy (Close: Of Relationships)

Discovery Of New Retinal Gene Involved In Childhood Blindness
(A Gene which mutates causes two types of childhood blindness)

Skin Cancer: Designer Molecule Tackles Malignant Cells By Two Completely Different Routes
(Skin Cancer being solved)

Newly Discovered Mechanism Can Explain Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome
(A disease which silences several genes causing tumours)

6. Evolution

Woolly Mammoth Extinction Has Lessons for Modern Climate Change
(Extinction revisited again)

Untangling Knots, Slipknots in Species Separated by a Billion Years of Evolution
(More Knots in Evolution)

A New Amish Community Is Founded Every Three-And-A-Half Weeks in US, Experts Estimate
(A new Amish community in America)

7. Environment

World’s Greatest Plant Diversity for the Paleogene: Over a Hundred Different Plant Species Recorded at the Messel Fossil Site
(New Plants at Messel discovered from fossils)

Turbulences at a Standstill
(Chaos and Game Theory studied)

8. Diseases

Protein Discovery Links to Cancer Research
(A Smarter protein which works indirectly on the kids rather than the queen bee of proteins or DNA’s)

Men With Prostate Cancer More Likely to Die from Other Causes
(How health lifestyle can improve cancer)

9. Mathematics

Mathematics
History of Mathematics
(Can Evolution be studied from “Evolution of Mathematics”? It looks more like a bird in her nest)

Boys’ Impulsiveness May Result in Better Math Ability
(Number Ability in girls and boys, studied)

Conclusion:

Evolution studied above demonstrates life in Nature and beyond much in the future and Space: Turbulence or Game Theory, ‘Evolution of Mathematics’ to study Mathematics, New Life, Einstein revisited and many more things.

Caution: This might be all theory

 

 

 

Science Today (Can Science design the best car for us?)

July 28, 2012

Science Today (Can Science design the best car for us?)

Introduction:
Can Science design the best car for us by studying the Universe?

Meat:

1. Astrophysics (Far: About Stars, Aliens and Fairies if they exist)

How Black Holes Change Gear
(Black Holes display variety in driving themselves)

Clocking an Accelerating Universe: First Results from BOSS
(Dark Matter or Gravity explained in Universe)

2. Quantum Mechanics (Small: Of young children, new thinking and the world of small things for people who prefer perfection)

Explanation for Friction: Origin of Sliding Friction Between Solid Objects
(Friction between various things explained)

3. Nobel Prize (Talent: People who did great discoveries in Science and are given a prize so that you don’t forget them)

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1989
J. Michael Bishop, Harold E. Varmus
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1989 was awarded jointly to J. Michael Bishop and Harold E. Varmus “for their discovery of the cellular origin of retroviral oncogenes”
(Disruption in order can cause viruses which can produce diseases like cancer causing harm to us, much like accidents, which cause jams)

4. Brain (You: Human Thinking Machine )

Protein Build-Up Leads to Neurons Misfiring
(How excessive protein in our tissues, like jams, may cause neurons to fire in brain)

Dopamine: A Substance With Many Messages
(A single protein gives out many things: something like many people can ride a single car)

Potential Key to New Treatment for Mantle Cell Lymphoma (MCL)
(A New Hope for MCL disease)

Are Cardiac Risk Factors Linked to Less Blood Flow to the Brain?
(Cardiac Risk Factors might affect your brain, similar to how external cars might affect your driving and wheel)

5. Gene Therapy (Close: Of Relationships)

Promising Results of Gene Therapy to Treat Diseases of the Eye
(Eye Disease solved by novel mechanism, for better driving)

Breakthrough Gene Therapy Prevents Retinal Degeneration
(Eye disease might be solved by gene therapy, for better driving again)

6. Diseases

In-Utero Exposure to Magnetic Fields Associated With Increased Risk of Obesity in Childhood
(Children come out fat, if exposed to magnetic field and might be present due to most electronic devices)

7. Environment:

Do Ovaries Continue to Produce Eggs During Adulthood?
(Ovaries or possibilities of new life might still evolve in adulthood)

Ion Selectivity in Neuronal Signaling Channels Evolved Twice in Animals
(How basic chemicals, the construction material for life evolved in animals to develop life)

8. Evolution:

New Species of Ancient Rodents Hint at What Could Be World’s Oldest Grasslands
(New Rat fossils found in South America, revealing the story of the land)

Conclusion:
In this blog, we study how cars can be manufactured from the far universe to our brains.

Caution: This might be all theory

Science Today (Can Science find out the ideal natural structure in Nature?)

July 27, 2012

Science Today (Can Science find out the ideal natural structure in Nature?)

Introduction:

Can Science discover the ideal shape which the Universe likes?

Meat:

1. Astrophysics (Far: About Stars, Aliens and Fairies if they exist)

Heart of a Distant Quasar Observed With Unprecedented Sharpness: Sharpness Two Million Times Finer Than Human Vision
(How a black hole looks, studied for the first time in unprecedented detail)

2. Quantum Mechanics (Small: Of young children, new thinking and the world of small things for people who prefer perfection)

Calculations Reveal Fine Line for Hydrogen Release from Storage Materials
(Hydrogen storage takes a leap)

Entropy Can Lead to Order, Paving the Route to Nanostructures
(Disorder might lead to Order, as Space is limited)

3. Nobel Prize (Talent: People who did great discoveries in Science and are given a prize so that you don’t forget them)

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1988
Sir James W. Black, Gertrude B. Elion, George H. Hitchings

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1988 was awarded jointly to Sir James W. Black, Gertrude B. Elion and George H. Hitchings “for their discoveries of important principles for drug treatment”.
(How to make Drugs?, studied in this blog)

4. Brain (You: Human Thinking Machine )

Force of Habit: Stress Hormones Switch Off Areas of the Brain for Goal-Directed Behaviour
(Goal or Habits?)

How a Single Brain Trauma May Lead to Alzheimer’s Disease
(Trauma causes internal shakeup in the brain leading to a deadly disease)

Epidural Analgesia Not to Blame for Fever in Laboring Women, Study Suggests
(Labouring women might have help)

5. Gene Therapy (Close: Of Relationships)

New Gene Thought to Be Cause in Early-Onset Forms of Alzheimer’s Disease
(A New Gene gets into action into Alzheimer Disease, but not convincingly enough)

How a Single Gene Mutation Leads to Uncontrolled Obesity
(A Gene mutates and causes disruption in the cell causing obesity)

6. Disease

Scientists Explore Molecular Link Between Arsenic Exposure and Lung Cancer
(Arsenic gets serious)

Study Maps Destructive Path from Cigarette to Emphysema
(Scientist modify their opinion of a disease caused by smoking)

7. Environment

DNA Damage in Roofers Due to PAH Exposure, Possible Cancer Link
(Construction workers, poor people, take the hit from pollution leading to possibly cancer)

A Pulsar With a Tremendous Hiccup: Young and Energetic Neutron Star Has Unusually Irregular Rotation
(A Pulsar disappears by rotating very fast)

8. Evolution

Climate Change and Deforestation: Pre-Human Effect On Biodiversity in Northern Madagascar
(Questions about Nature in Madagascar)

Newfound Gene May Help Bacteria Survive in Extreme Environments: Resulting Microbial Lipids May Also Signify Oxygen Dips in Earth’s History
(Bacteria shows remarkable “Survival of Fittest” in oil spill areas)

Superfast Evolution in Sea Stars
(How fast can species evolve?)

Conclusion:

We study various shapes of Nature present in the Universe we feel around us: from drugs, diseases, artificial compounds in this blog.

Caution: This might be all theory

Science Today (Can Science explain God’s Particle?)

July 26, 2012

Science Today (Can Science explain God’s Particle?)

Introduction:

What is God’s Particle? Can Science explain to us?

Meat:

1. Astrophysics (Far: About Stars, Aliens and Fairies if they exist)

Star Explodes and Turns Inside out
(Mass of matter turns inside out)

‘Ordinary’ Black Hole Discovered 12 Million Light Years Away
(Far away black hole found in our Universe)

2. Quantum Mechanics (Small: Of young children, new thinking and the world of small things for people who prefer perfection)

A Hidden Order Unraveled: Microscopic Views On Quantum Fluctuations
(A Material which behaves like twins: Insulator and Conductor)

3. Nobel Prize (Talent: People who did great discoveries in Science and are given a prize so that you don’t forget them)

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1987
Susumu Tonegawa

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1987 was awarded to Susumu Tonegawa “for his discovery of the genetic principle for generation of antibody diversity”.

(Antibodies which defend us discovered)

4. Brain (You: Human Thinking Machine )

Activity of Rare Genetic Variant in Glioma Validated
(Brain Tumor which increases as gene mutants increase)

Years Before Diagnosis, Quality of Life Declines for Parkinson’s Disease Patients
(A Disease which just doesn’t show up)

5. Gene Therapy (Close: Of Relationships)

How Slow Growth As A Fetus Can Cause Diabetes As An Adult
(A Gene which just refuses to grow up causes sugar sickness)

Clearer Day For Gene Therapy: New Vector Carries Big Genes Linked To Inherited Blindness
(Environment gets dominant in yeast)

6. Diseases:

Liver Stiffness Predicts Liver Failure, Cancer and Mortality
(Stiff Liver might cause death in other disease)

7. Environment:

Use of Sunbeds Leads to Over 3000 Cases of Melanoma a Year in Europe
(Sun Beds create trouble in Europe)

Tropical Biodiversity Arks Reach Tipping Point: Threats in Sustaining Biodiversity
(Nature gets troubled)

8. Evolution:

Fossil Egg Links Dinosaurs to Modern Birds
(Oval Egg in Dinosaurs to surprise us)

Scientists Connect Seawater Chemistry With Ancient Climate Change and Evolution
(How chemistry in water affects climate and evolution)

9. Famous Higgs’ Particle:
(Higgs’ Excitation revealed which nears out quest for God)

Conclusion:
Nature of God revealed in us, Environment, Nature and science.

Caution: This might be all theory