Posts Tagged ‘Black Holes’

Nature (Can Science solve problems of Nature: ‘Quality Slate: Another Brick in the Wall’?)

December 14, 2012

Nature  (Can Science solve problems of Nature: ‘Quality Slate: Another Brick in the Wall’?)

Introduction

Nature  (Can Science solve problems of Nature: ‘Quality Slate: Another Brick in the Wall’?).

Meat:

Finding Could Help Alpha-1 Sufferers Breathe More Easily
(Observed: Europe needs to fix their toilet as they eat towards ‘A New Future: Kamakazis’. SRK ponders how to gather these old eggs, slate them towards ‘Deewar II’)

Study Reveals a Remarkable Symmetry in Black Hole Jets
(Observed: The point of ‘Life and Death’ explored)

12 Matter Particles Suffice in Nature: Limited Number of Fermions in Standard Model, Physicists Say
(Observed: Scientist finally get hold on their penis and promise they will shag ‘Once in 12 days’ and name ‘Each of their shag after each continent in the World’)

Ebola Virus Uses a Protein Decoy to Subvert the Host Immune Response
(Observed: ‘Survival of the Fittest’ develop a hole in them, a virus which kills your survival by keeping a ‘Secret’. Might indicate alternate life forms existing in Universe ‘Aliens’)

Large Study Identifies Risk Factors for Multiple Myeloma
(Observed: Europe deals with ‘Quick Read-To-Eat Food’ problems such as limbs, as it is forced to imbibe America or ‘Individuality’. Ground Structure of Europe affected like farmers, cleaning workers and gardners)

Psychosocial Distress Associated With Increased Stroke Risk
(Observed: America is highly recommended to watch ‘Salman Khan’s: Dabaang’. Gravity which has gone a long way in life, faces anti-gravity problems or what you say is ‘Fundamental Basic Problems of Life and Death’)

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1969
Max Delbrück, Alfred D. Hershey, Salvador E. Luria
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1969 was awarded jointly to Max Delbrück, Alfred D. Hershey and Salvador E. Luria “for their discoveries concerning the replication mechanism and the genetic structure of viruses”.
(Observed: Scientist scare you of ‘Evolved Life Forms’, explain about my expedition to DHL in America)

Vitamin D Can Help Infection-Prone Patients Avoid Respiratory Tract Infection
(Observed: Water problems hamper digestion problems, Sweden finds out now basking in the Sun about it’s ‘Common Sense’)

Key Gene for Brain Development
(Observed: Evolution chain of humans hampered, 1 in 10000 babies develop a small head leading to Schizophernia. Could be an indication of ‘Alien Life Forms’, also, which might threaten the existence of ‘Humans’)

Concussions Affect Children’s Brains Even After Symptoms Subside
(Observed: Cross country looses it’s evolution links among human childrens, might indicate that countries are going local something that of islands for a hidden ‘Secret’, or perhaps ‘Individuality’ rather than ‘Mass Society’)

Short DNA Strands in Genome May Be Key to Understanding Human Cognition and Diseases
(Observed: Scientist go back to the books on ‘Human Genome’, might find some insights on our ‘Perception of Life’ as compared to apes and fish. Spartacus continues his journey in the World undeterred about his ‘Life or Death’)
Ben Hur (Spartacus)

Conclusion:

World discovers real life problem of ‘Another Brick in the Wall’. Life, Death, Survival, Individuality, Wisdom and Imagination. Perhaps everything now lies in the young hands of ‘Pursuit of Quality’.

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: ‘If everything is Nature, Quality in West due to cold, Quantity in East due to tropical, then what is talent?’)

October 24, 2012

Nature  (Can Science solve problems of Nature: ‘If everything is Nature, Quality in West due to cold, Quantity in East due to tropical, then what is talent?’)

Introduction

Can Science solve problems of Nature: ‘If everything is Nature, Quality in West due to cold, Quantity in East due to tropical, then what is talent?’

Meat:

1. Nature

Rice Agriculture Accelerates Global Warming: More Greenhouse Gas Per Grain of Rice
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/10/121021154455.htm
(Observed: Rice Agriculture decreases yield due to rising ‘Global Warming’ and increase in Co2 levels also, leading to a never-ending cycle of increasing pollution reduced output)

2. Evolution

Mitochondria Share an Ancestor With SAR11, a Globally Significant Marine Microbe
(Observed: Mitochondria in us ties the knot with a marine microbe)

3. Nobel Prize

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1992
Rudolph A. Marcus
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1992 was awarded to Rudolph A. Marcus “for his contributions to the theory of electron transfer reactions in chemical systems”.
(Observed: How our Gums are made?, studied or perhaps even penis or butt)

4. Astrophysics

Newly Merged Black Hole Eagerly Shreds Stars
(Observed: Black Holes swarm around feasting on stars)

Cause of Short Gamma-Ray Bursts Determined
(Observed: Neutron Stars produce ‘Black Hole’ which produce rapid Gravity waves)

5. Quantum Mechanics

More Certainty On Uncertainty’s Quantum Mechanical Role
(Observed: Scientist measure thousands of experiment to determine ‘Certain Quantum Mechanics’ explaining ‘Stampedes’)

Fundamental Matter-Antimatter Symmetry Confirmed
(Observed: Static-Electron Motion predicted, or time of an electron measured)

6. Brain

Researchers Identify DNA Region Linked to Depression
(Observed: Patients get more depressed when they smoke)

Judging Couples’ Chemistry Influenced by Serotonin
(Observed: Serotonin affects our connection to others, Scientist find)

7. Gene Therapy

A Novel Prognostic Marker for Biliary Atresia
(Observed: A unknown Liver disease causes havoc, Scientist hustle for a solution)

8. Disease

Epilepsy Genes May Cancel Each Other
(Observed: Two Genes, mutated ones, which when partner, stop seizures which otherwise would cause diseases in us)

New Genes Identified In Childhood Fever-Related Seizures
(Observed: New Genes identified in Childhood Fever – Related seizures. French in America, suffer)

Conclusion:

Science solve problems of Nature: ‘If everything is Nature, Quality in West due to cold, Quantity in East due to tropical, then what is talent?’. Most of it is found in West.

Caution: This might be all theory

Work Tuesday (Can Science find “The Survival Networks in Nature”?)

September 30, 2012

Work Tuesday (Can Science find “The Survival Networks in Nature”?)

Introduction

Can Science find “The Survival Networks in Nature”?

Meat:

1. Astrophysics

Milky Way’s Black Hole Found Grazing On Asteroids
(Observed: A Black hole that devours many objects, asteroids & planets, flares up a bit. Invitations accepted by Black Hole, leads to probably a school network)

One Step Closer to Dark Matter in Universe
(Observed: Dark Matter, invisible, hides from us in the Universe, makes most of the Universe though. The Invisible Network of Institution)

2. Quantum Mechanics

To Be or Not to Be a Pair: Giant Molecules in a Quantum Superposition
(Observed: Quantum Mechanics comes home to big molecules, two states at the same time. Even ‘Big Molecules’ can pair up)

Quarks ‘Swing’ to the Tones of Random Numbers
(Observed: Quarks get random within order though of protons. Can Disorder be sustained?)

3. Nobel Prize

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1947
Sir Robert Robinson
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1947 was awarded to Sir Robert Robinson “for his investigations on plant products of biological importance, especially the alkaloids”.
(Observed: Alkaloids found in Plants)

4. Brain

Genetic Sleuthing Uncovers Deadly New Virus in Africa
(Observed: A New Virus, new, which has millions of copies and affects a few people only in Africa, found. Virus gets specific and dumps all its Genes in a few men)

‘Foreign’ Proteins Are Also Implicated in Alzheimer’s Disease
(Observed: Alzheimer spreads its wings to other diseases like dementia. Alzheimer networks with other proteins, becomes impregnable)

5. Gene Therapy

In Lung Cancer, Smokers Have 10 Times More Genetic Damage Than Never-Smokers
(Observed: Many genes found faulty in smokers, Scientist get specific hot on the trail. Cigarette reveals its ugly side, networks with diseases like Cancer)

Genetic Composition of Multicentric Lung Tumors Appears to Be Similar
(Observed: Same gene causing various tumours in many people. A Gene acts as the master of all network of tumours)

6. Environment

Diversity, Distribution of Cutthroat Trout in Colorado Clarified
(Observed: Trout disappears, almost)

Increase in Metal Concentrations in Rocky Mountain Watershed Tied to Warming Temperatures
(Observed: Global warming causes increase in metals in rocky mountains, disappearing fish too)

7. Evolution

New Discoveries On Gene Regulation in the Evolution of the Vertebrate Brain
(Observed: A Gene which regulates several other genes)

Rainforest Collapse Drove Reptile Evolution
(Observed: Collapse of Rainforest, causes uptick of reptiles)

8. Disease

Exposure to Herbicide May Increase Risk of Rare Disorder
(Observed: A Herbicide which is linked to a disorder in America)

Gene Variations Linked to Intestinal Blockage in Newborns With Cystic Fibrosis
(Observed: Gene varies and causes intestine blockages in already affected patients)

Conclusion:

Humans, Animals, Disease and Nature compete for survival by extension of their networks in Life and cross-Life too.

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

 

 

 

Work Tuesday (Can Science explore ‘Gravity’ in Life & Nature?)

September 19, 2012

Work Tuesday (Can Science explore ‘Gravity’ in Life & Nature?)

Introduction

Can Science find ‘Gravity’ and its derivatives in Nature?

Meat:

1. Astrophysics

Ultra-Fast Outflows Help Monster Black Holes Shape Their Galaxies
(Observed: Black Holes and UFO’s)

Do Black Holes Help Stars Form?
(Observed: Now Black holes become positive and make stars)

2. Quantum Mechanics

Particle Oddball Surprises Physicists
(Observed: A New particle, Scientist find)

3. Nobel Prize

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1930
Hans Fischer
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1930 was awarded to Hans Fischer “for his researches into the constitution of haemin and chlorophyll and especially for his synthesis of haemin”.
(Observed: Blood and its derivates explored by Nobel Prize Winners)

4. Brain

Ghrelin Likely Involved in Why We Choose ‘Comfort Foods’ When Stressed
(Observed: A chemical linked to food and hunger)

5. Gene Therapy

The More Mutations, The Worse The Disease In Idiopathic Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism
(Observed: Disease with a lot of different mutations)

6. Environment

Declines in Caribbean Coral Reefs Pre-Date Damage Resulting from Climate Change
(Observed: Coral Reefs dissapear much earlier than thought, and probably much more extensively)

7. Evolution

China Fossil Shows Bird, Crocodile Family Trees Split Earlier Than Thought
(Observed: A Unique Fossil discovered like a crocodile with a sail)

8. Disease

Enzyme Controlling Cell Death Paves Way for Treatment of Brain Damage in Newborns
(Observed: Scientist dig into the cause of brain damage in newborns, find an enzyme)

Conclusion:

Gravity studied in this blog from Nature to Life and beyond in stars.

Caution: This might be all theory

Work Tuesday (Can Science find out the ‘The Strength of Knowns in Universe’?)

September 14, 2012

Work Tuesday (Can Science find out the ‘The Strength of Knowns in Universe’?)

Introduction

There are many things known around us: Sun comes out and greets us every day, Nature is disappearing quickly, Extinctions and so on. What are the strengths of these knowns, or are these mere assumptions. Are there Aliens? Is the Nature ever-expanding promising us never-ending fruits?

Meat:

1. Astrophysics

NASA’s Kepler Announces 11 New Planetary Systems Hosting 26 Planets
(Observed: New Planets sprout up casing a slight shadow towards Earth)

Cosmology in a Petri Dish
(Observed: Science integrates the small with the big)

2. Quantum Mechanics

Extra Large Carbon: Heaviest Halo Nucleus Discovered
(Observed: Carbon type larger than other larger elements discovered. Strange)

First Black Holes Born Starving
(Observed: Black Holes struggle for food under their own fundamentals, Scientist think so )

Rare Single Top Quark Discovered In Collider Experiments
(Observed: A Unique particle that might be the background of ‘Higgs Particle’ discovered, though very difficult and rare)

3. Nobel Prize

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1922
Francis W. Aston
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1922 was awarded to Francis W. Aston “for his discovery, by means of his mass spectrograph, of isotopes, in a large number of non-radioactive elements, and for his enunciation of the whole-number rule”.
(Observed: Non radioactive element table found)

4. Brain

Ketamine Improved Bipolar Depression Within Minutes, Study Suggests
(Observed: A protein that might just help in your depression, bipolar one)

Vicious Cycle of Over-Eating and Feeling Depressed Explained
(Observed: Obesity and Depression is Linked, causes much trouble all over the world. Linked to rich foods)

Hope for Those With a Depressive Disposition
(Observed: Depression finds a new enemy)

5. Gene Therapy

Baylor Researchers Show Way To Diabetes Cure With Gene Therapy
(Observed: Diabetes in Mice cured amazingly perfect)

U. Va. Team Identifies Gene That Could Halt Spread Of Cancer
(Observed: A Gene which works on ‘Spread of Cancer’ in us, identified

6. Environment

Coastline Erosion Due to Rise in Sea Level Greater Than Previously Thought, New Model Finds
(Observed: New Brunn Effect discovered in Coastline Erosion, which is much higher than previously though)

Does Gallows Humor Among Physicians Encourage Accusations of Murder and Euthanasia?
(Observed: Humour and Death comes to play in Physicians, Doctors and Hospitals)

7. Evolution

New Appreciation of the Ecology-Evolution Dynamic
(Observed: Ecology drives Evolution but can the opposite be true?)

Genetic Study Uncovers New Path to Polynesia
(Observed: Science finds a new path in Humanity to the islands of Polynesia)

Evolution: Not Only the Fittest Survive
(Observed: Mutations allow unfit to survive with the fit ones)

Scat Reveals an Immigrant in Isle Royale Wolves’ Gene Pool
(Observed: Wolves go under an interesting sad tale)

8. Disease

New Therapy to Overcome Body Dysmorphic Disorder
(Observed: A Part of Canada goes to depression due to body problems)

Genome-Wide Scan Maps Mutations in Deadly Lung Cancers; Reveals Embryonic Gene Link
(Observed: Mutations in Lung Cancers found)

Conclusion:

Knows studied in Nature, Humans and Life around. A Lot of previous assumptions must have gone for a toss during the past centuries and new unknowns are formed.

Caution: This might be all theory

Work Tuesday (Can Science find the ‘Roots of Nature, Humans, Diseases and so on’?)

September 13, 2012

Work Tuesday (Can Science find the ‘Roots of Nature, Humans, Diseases and so on’?)

Introduction

Can Science find the ‘Roots of Nature, Humans, Diseases and so on’? What are the underlying structures, the very basics?

Meat:

1. Astrophysics

Bonanza of Black Holes, Hot DOGs: NASA’s WISE Survey Uncovers Millions of Black Holes
(Observed: Black Holes come out in a frenzy and give a ‘Rambo Circus’ exhibition to us)

Four White Dwarf Stars Caught in the Act of Consuming ‘Earth-Like’ Exoplanets
(Observed: Telescope Police catch ‘White Dwarfs’)

2. Quantum Mechanics

Understanding Hot Nuclear Matter That Permeated the Early Universe
(Observed: String Theory and Other Cool Physics Stuff, which we yearn like a ‘A New Beautiful Girl with Pink Satin’ explored in hot nuclear matter at our nearest coffee store ‘RHC, LHC & 106 Satyam Shivam’)

The ‘Molecular Octopus’: A Little Brother of ‘Schroedinger’s Cat’
(Observed: Now you can get ‘The Twin Towers of America’ back, and it might still not be there at the same time if you have a beard)

3. Nobel Prize

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1921
Frederick Soddy
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1921 was awarded to Frederick Soddy “for his contributions to our knowledge of the chemistry of radioactive substances, and his investigations into the origin and nature of isotopes”.
(Observed:  Different weights, same charges elements defined known as radioactive isotopes)

4. Brain

Discovery May Lead to Safer Treatments for Asthma, Allergies and Arthritis
(Observed: A central protein which does the job of energy control as well as sleep)

Secrets of the ‘Sleep Hormone’: Discovery Leads to Novel Melatonin Drug With Potential to Treat Insomnia
(Observed: A Hormone which makes you sleep, discovered)

5. Gene Therapy

Genetic On-Off Switch Found At Purdue
(Observed: A Switch which switches Genes at various levels created)

Short Stature: Both A Specific Gene, And Its Abnormal Regulation, Can Trigger The Condition
(Observed: Now height of people controlled by Gene)

6. Environment

Skeleton Key: Diverse Complex Networks Have Similar Skeletons
(Observed: All networks have same basic structure)

Richer Parasite Diversity Helps Protect Frogs from Viruses That Cause Malformed Limbs
(Observed: If there is a increase in diversity of diseases, the diseases are less effective)

7. Evolution

Environmental Factors Limit Species Diversity, Lizard Study Finds
(Observed: Thoery on ‘Diversity of Species’  contended by Scientist, sometimes they just tend to fly depending on available resources)

Giant Sperm Whale from the Miocene Period Discovered in Peru
(Observed: Whales with bigger teeth found, dissapear long time back)

8. Disease

New Genetic Subtype of Lung Cancer Defined
(Observed: A New type of Gene causing dangerous ‘Lung Cancer’)

Cutting Off the Oxygen Supply to Serious Diseases
(Observed: Cancer develops on Oxygen Supply)

Conclusion:

Roots of Materials, Humans, Other Life Forms and Diseases studied in this blog.

Caution: This might be all theory

Can Science find ‘The Suffering of Humanity and Nature’?

September 11, 2012

Can Science find ‘The Suffering of Humanity and Nature’?

Introduction

What does Nature and humans have to go through to achieve freedom, life and a prosperous future? Can Science show us the way to ‘The Suffering of Humanity and Nature’? (Some Articles might have been picked up from earlier blogs)

Meat:

1. Astrophysics

Thermonuclear Behavior of Unique Neutron Star Captured
(Observed: A New kind of nuclear reaction observed)

Moon-Walk Mineral Discovered in Western Australia
(Observed: Moon pays a visit to Earth)

Black Holes Spin Faster and Faster
(Observed: Matter in Universe, gets spinnin, fast very fast)

Dark Energy Is Driving Universe Apart: NASA’s Galaxy Evolution Explorer Finds Dark Energy Repulsive
(Observed: Dark Energy drives objects apart, far away)

2. Quantum Mechanics

‘Incoherent Excitations’ Govern Key Phase of Superconductor Behavior
(Observed: Electrons dance their way from disorder to order)

Physicists Use Offshoot of String Theory to Describe Puzzling Behavior of Superconductors
(Observed: Electrons behave differently & conduct electricity forever)

3. Nobel Prize

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1918
Fritz Haber
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1918 was awarded to Fritz Haber “for the synthesis of ammonia from its elements”.
(Observed: Ammonia prepared for soil)

4. Brain

Interaction Between Gene Variants May Alter Brain Function In Schizophrenia
(Observed: Quantum Mechanics now in Brain Diseases)

Distinct Treatment Needed: Tourette’s And Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
(Observed: Two diseases go in the opposite way when Humans receive energy, showing complex behaviour)

Phantoms In The Brain: Pain After Amputation
(Observed: Phantoms come to the brain after man has lost a limb)

5. Gene Therapy

‘At-TRIB(1)-Uting’ a Gene a New Function in the Liver
(Observed: A Gene which affects Liver and the Heart)

First Clinical Trial of Gene Therapy for Muscular Dystrophy Lends Insight Into the Disease
(Observed: Patients take in their own hands, cure to disease)

6. Environment

Effects of Deforestation and Expansion of Agriculture in Peruvian Highland Jungle
(Observed: Nature wipes of the happiness of Humanity from Amazons)

Florida Keys Ecosystem Threatened by Multiple Stressors
(Observed: Florida under threat in its ecosystem)

Massachusetts Butterflies Move North as Climate Warms
(Observed: Climate drills into Butterflies, causes upset)

7. Evolution

‘Death Stench’ Is A Universal Ancient Warning Signal, Biologists Discover
(Observed: A common signal for death across all creatures, discovered)

New Species Discovered On Whale Skeletons
(Observed: Dead Whales bring new species to the fore on the Ocean Floor)

From Fish To Landlubber: Fossils Suggest Earlier Land-Water Transition Of Tetrapod
(Observed: Evolution of fish, long time back)

8. Disease

Early Predictors of Metabolic Syndrome in Healthy 7-9 Year-Olds Identified
(Observed: Fat in Liver can be used as a marker to Metabolic Syndrome)

Experimental Obesity Drug Avoids Brain Effects That Troubled Predecessors
(Observed: New Drug proves promise to Obesity)

Inhibiting Cell-Death Gene May Slow ALS Progression
(Observed: Genes found which cause brain and spinal cord disorder)

Conclusion:

Burden of Beast, Humans and Nature revealed in this blog.

Caution: This might be all theory

 

 

 

Can Science find ‘What the current Human Race is looking out for?’

September 6, 2012

Can Science find ‘What the current Human Race is looking out for?’

Introduction

What are Humans looking out for? Can Science find out patterns that might lead to the ‘Quest of Humanity’?

Meat

1. Astrophysics

Curiosity Stretches Its Arm
(Observed: Earth Robot strikes its arm into unknown, results awaited)

Unique Volcanic Complex Discovered On Moon’s Far Side
(Observed: Moon decides to get hot, only a wee bit though)

Movement of Black Holes Powers Quasars, the Universe’s Brightest Lights
(Observed: Black holes get into action, more than spinning, actual physical distance across Universe)

2. Quantum Mechanics

Dance Like a Neutrino: Quantum Scheme to Simulate Neutrino Oscillations
(Observed: Neutrinos made to dance, the quest towards ‘Holy Grail’ with the help of another ‘Strange Particle System’)

Scientists Predict the Next Big Thing in Particle Physics: Supersymmetry
(Observed: More people get into the ‘The Game of Life’, throw out the old physics model ‘The Standard Model’, offcourse most of the stuff is theoritical)

3. Nobel Prize

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1911
Marie Curie

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1911 was awarded to Marie Curie “in recognition of her services to the advancement of chemistry by the discovery of the elements radium and polonium, by the isolation of radium and the study of the nature and compounds of this remarkable element”.
(Observed: Radioactive material found, which gives off electricity in air)

4. Brain

Research Shows Gene Defect’s Role in Autism-Like Behavior
(Observed: What is Autism with the help of ‘Pten’ Gene)

Saliva and Pupil Size Differences in Autism Show System in Overdrive
(Observed: Worked up on water and sight, might be an Autism error)

5. Gene Therapy

Gene Linked to Facial, Skull and Cognitive Impairment Identified
(Observed: A Gene mutates and plays around with the Head, blamed by Scientist)

Jefferson Researchers Use Gene Therapy To Treat Rare, Inherited Brain Disease
(Observed: Scientist find a cure for brain disease in which insulator gets spoilt)

Pittsburgh Researchers Construct Novel Delivery System For Gene Therapy Of Liver Disorders
(Observed: A Car made to deliver Genes, & solve Liver problems)

6. Environment

New Atmospheric Compound Tied to Climate Change, Human Health
(Observed: A new compound sprouts into action, causing climate and health problems in Earth’s Atmosphere)

Diseased Trees New Source of Climate Gas
(Observed: Trees found diseased, causing methane eruption affecting climate and probably health too, mostly in America)

7. Evolution

Mass Extinctions Reset the Long-Term Pace of Evolution
(Observed: Before goin extinct, you might like to think of the future generations to roll in)

Newly Discovered Bacterium Forms Intracellular Minerals
(Observed: New Life forms food inside rather than outside)

8. Disease

How Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Increases Risk of Lung Cancer
(Observed: Smoking may cause more than normal disease, might affect Lung too)

Mechanism of Lung Cancer-Associated Mutations Suggests New Therapeutic Approaches
(Observed: A Gene Mutation causing Lung related disease found)

Domestic Coal Use Linked to Substantial Lifetime Risk of Lung Cancer in Xuanwei, China
(Observed: Coal @ Home gets toxic in China, causes Lung problems)

Conclusion

Humans ‘Need and Greed’ introduced and our possible future.

Caution: This might be all theory

 

 

 

Science Today (Can Science find the effect of ‘Wars’ on us?)

August 10, 2012

Science Today (Can Science find the effect of ‘Wars’ on us?)

Introduction:

The World has raised many wars within it and perhaps outside. Can Science find the effect of same on us?

Meat:

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

Processes at the Surface of Catalysts: Using Infrared Spectroscopy, Scientists Detect That Oxygen Defects Act as Active Centers
(Oxygen vanishes creating fast reactions)

Ultra-Cool Companion Helps Reveal Giant Planets
(Brown Dwarf’s discovered which are very cold)

When Ions Get Closer: New Physical Attraction Discovered
(Now, negative potential makes positive ions come closer)

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

One Promising Puzzle Piece for Confirming Dark Matter Now Seems Unlikely Fit
(Extra positrons flyin around and nobody to claim)

Speed Limit On the Quantum Highway: Physicists Measure Propagation Velocity of Quantum Signals in a Many-Body System
(Many people moving, what are their maximum options in a particular amount of time, measured in Science)

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 2000
Arvid Carlsson, Paul Greengard, Eric R. Kandel

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2000 was awarded jointly to Arvid Carlsson, Paul Greengard and Eric R. Kandel “for their discoveries concerning signal transduction in the nervous system”.
(How do we communicate inside, found)

4. Brain (You: Human Thinking Machine )

Dementia: Autoantibodies Damage Blood Vessels in the Brain
(Our own immune cells might damage us, cause unknown)

Concussions and Head Impacts May Accelerate Brain Aging
(Brain ages if you get hit)

PCE in Drinking Water Linked to an Increased Risk of Mental Illness, Study Suggests
(Water companies caught napping in perfection of water pipes)

If You’re Afraid of Spiders, They Seem Bigger: Phobia’s Effect On Perception of Feared Object Allows Fear to Persist
(Spiders cause fear in humans)

Lack of Protein FKBP51 in Old Mice Improves Resilience to Depressive Behavior
(People get depressive as they age)

5. Gene Therapy (Close: Of Relationships)

Gene Signature May Predict Patient Response To Therapy For Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors
(Tumors find a wall to combat with, almost)

New Therapy Substitutes Missing Protein In Those With Muscular Dystrophy
(Bones get weak, solution found, almost)

6. Environment:

The Economic Cost of Increased Temperatures: Warming Episodes Hurt Poor Countries and Limit Long-Term Growth
(Global Pollution harming developing countries)

Skin Cancer Identified for the First Time in Wild Fish Populations, Beneath Ozone Layer Hole
(Fish lose their skin)

7. Evolution:

Out of Europe: Researchers Look at the Spread of Dysentery from Europe to Industrializing Countries
(Dysentery spreads diseases in Europe)

How Infectious Disease May Have Shaped Human Origins
(Diseases in the past affect human origins)

8. Diseases:

Peptide Controls Blood Sugar in People With Congenital Hyperinsulinism, Pilot Study Suggests
(A Protein found controlling glucose)

Genetic Variant Is Linked to Obesity and Insulin Resistance
(Obesity found due to Gene variant)

Metformin May Lower Cancer Risk in People With Type 2 Diabetes
(Type 2 Diabetes found to cause cancer)

Conclusion:

As studied, we see ‘Global Pollution’, the fight within us for peace, effect of diseases in the past and many other effects on us due to wars, violence and perhaps greed.

Caution: This might be all theory