Posts Tagged ‘Dinosaurs’

Nature (Can Science solve problems of Nature: ‘My Future Egg: How are we going to feed 7 Billion People’?)

December 15, 2012

Nature  (Can Science solve problems of Nature: ‘My Future Egg: How are we going to feed 7 Billion People’?)

Introduction

Nature  (Can Science solve problems of Nature: ‘How are we going to feed 7 Billion People’?). We need 20 Billion high quality Burgers every day.

Meat:

1. Nature

The Next 100 Years Bring New Challenges to Rangeland Science
(Observed: Scientist play ‘Schrodinger’s Cat’ with Farms, now try to play ‘Schrodinger’s Murgi’. Hmm might be an interesting trek)

2. Evolution

Bats Evolved More Than One Way to Drink Nectar
(Observed: Scientist say ‘If you break a man’s future, the past will break too’ and I wonder on)

3. Nobel Prize

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1963
Sir John Eccles, Alan L. Hodgkin, Andrew F. Huxley
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1963 was awarded jointly to Sir John Carew Eccles, Alan Lloyd Hodgkin and Andrew Fielding Huxley “for their discoveries concerning the ionic mechanisms involved in excitation and inhibition in the peripheral and central portions of the nerve cell membrane”.
(Observed: Scientist discovers our will for work)

4. Astrophysics

Searching for the Best Black Hole Recipe
(Observed: Scientist try to find the best ‘Woman Egg’, results to be published when I give up)

5. Quantum Mechanics

‘Time Reversal’ Research May Open Doors to Future Tech
(Observed: Scientist ask the question ‘If I turn the waste around in the opposite direction, would it be still waste for you or perhaps your lunch)

6. Brain

Scientists Identify Molecules in the Ear That Convert Sound Into Brain Signals
(Observed: Scientist find the ‘Will of Sound’ and Dinosaurs, if they were real or just some American dream for a big Ass)

7. Gene Therapy

What Happens to Plant Growth When You Remove Gravity?
(Observed: Mirror Effect described, seems the two sides are not same, once again)

8. Disease

Gene Network Illuminates Stress, Mutation and Adaptation Responses
(Observed: If you box someone, you can find the play of Genes, as Scientist find making a ‘Toshiba Laptop’ for someone)

Conclusion:

Scientist discover Egg of ‘My Future Work’ on which I can etch upon my ‘Van Gogh Story’ and someone will pick my book about it in a ‘Crosswords Store’.

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

The Stride in You

August 17, 2012

The Stride in You

It were
the animals
before

Now the
floods of
humanity

A man
with his
pipe

Wonders about
the machines
in the
future

The cycle
of Life

With or
without you

Flows into
eternity

You in
your stride

What you
gonna do?

There are
the Einstein’s

The far
peek into
the distant
Universe

A man
workin on
a beautiful
car

They call
it the
‘Bugatti’

The artist
with the
paint brush

In his
mouth

Writes the
history of
World

With his
own blood

You in
your stride

What you
gonna do?

A Man
in White

Passes by
your cave

Scares you,
to hell

Tellin, it’s
all over

You must
go to
the grave

Thr rush
of energy

With blood
n anger

Takes you
nowhere

You in
your stride

What you
gonna do?

Caution: This might be all theory

 

 

 

Science Today (Can Science find properties of Air and its effects on Nature along with us?)

July 22, 2012

Science Today (Can Science find properties of air and its effects on Nature, along with us humans?)

Introduction:
In this article, we study properties and its effect of air on Nature?

Meat:

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

Chemist Delivers Cleaner Air With Novel Carbon-Capture Technique
(A material which can take any crap from air)

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

‘Quantum Critical’ Theory Gets Experimental Boost
(Electrons behave strangely, collectively rather than individually in different structures and substances for conductivity)

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 1980
Baruj Benacerraf, Jean Dausset, George D. Snell

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1980 was awarded jointly to Baruj Benacerraf, Jean Dausset and George D. Snell “for their discoveries concerning genetically determined structures on the cell surface that regulate immunological reactions”.
(Surface which acts a medium and might define doors)

4. Brain (You: Human Thinking Machine )

Molecular Clues to Link Between Childhood Maltreatment and Later Suicide
(Scientist compare the dead to find the cause of death)

Autism, Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder May Share Common Underlying Factors, Family Histories Suggest
(Family bonds gets crazy in Sweden and Israel)

Childhood Adversity Increases Risk for Depression and Chronic Inflammation
(Scientist present a map of illness: physical and mental and mostly relate to poverty or childhood ill-treatment)

5. Gene Therapy (Close: Of Relationships)

Gene Alterations Associated With Response To Anthracycline Therapy For Breast Cancer
(Scientist alter a gene for better treatment of breast cancer)

‘Gene Silencing’ May Improve Treatment Of A Deadly Complication Of Liver Disease
(Scientist hone in on a gene, which can be silenced for solving a very deadly liver disease)

6. Diseases

Naturally Occurring Molecule May Prevent Atherosclerosis
(Scientist find a natural molecule to solve a disease)

Twenty-Year Quest Ends as Scientists Pin Down Structure of Elusive, Heart-Protective Protein
(Scientist find the elusive “Holy Grail” protein to protect the ‘Heart’)

Kawasaki Disease in Childhood Linked to Increased Risk of Adult Heart Disease
(An unknown virus hacks into young children and causes irritation to heart disease)

7. Evolution

Mass Extinctions Reset the Long-Term Pace of Evolution
(What happens after Extinction? Scientist gets into details for new life after that)

Were Dinosaurs Undergoing Long-Term Decline Before Mass Extinction?
(Scientist try to hone into the Dinosaur Life)

8. Environment
Environmental Concerns Increasing Infectious Disease in Amphibians, Other Animals
(Nature is stressed out with pollution and affects amphibians)

Ozone Exposure Linked to Potential Heart Attacks
(Pollution creates heart attack in humans)

Conclusion:
Thus, in this blog, we study qualities and effects of air like : Ozone Hole, heart disease and artificial produced compounds which can work to purify air.

Caution: This might be all theory

The Nature of War: 2011

April 18, 2012

The Nature of War: 2011

This blog is to study how peace and war is evolving in the World over the past few centuries.

World War I & II was very explosive with millions of people dying in a few years time. It was fought all over the World with European & American nations looking for a pot of gold for themselves.

The technology has much evolved since the early 20th century, and hence World War III is & would be more discreet with small impacts (but in much more quantities with the same impact as that of World War I & II) to countries, people and machine. It is being fought over the World and in space too with different countries looking at a pie of Universe and perhaps a place in the future too.

However there is loss to the Universe in terms of Nature quickly evaporating, diseases in human beings and permanent damage to Nature’s ecosystem. There is a risk of extinction too in the past (Animals), present (Human Beings) or the future (Aliens), as in the case of Dinosaurs.

Caution: This might be all theory

Mud on the World

April 13, 2012

Mud on the World

The theater
of America

Coming to
an end

The Glory
of the West

Shinin no
more

The Dust
rises in
the east

To cover
its people

Where is
the World

Gonna go
now

Looks like
someone threw

Mud on the
face of World

Who will
wipe the
Muck off?

And face
the tryst
all alone

With destiny
and with
one’s soul

Where are
we goin?

And where
are we
gonna go

Takin our
children

And our
past

Before a
storm comes

And put
us for
a long sleep

And make
us all Dinosaurs

To be discovered
by the future

Do we
see

A renaissance
man yet

Or we all
just wanna
sleep?

Caution: This might be all theory

Nature – III (Dinosaurs)

March 21, 2011

Evolution & Extinction of Species: Dinosaurs

( These are short & simple series of blogs on Nature. It’s only for my understanding. There is no rocket science behind these blogs )

In this blog, we study the Evolution & Extinction of Species from the earliest known times to the present.

Dinosaurs roamed and ruled the World and one day they became extinct due to a comet or meteor crash. This was my understanding till today. However dwelling on the past a bit in the last few days has revealed some new thoughts about their extinction.

Most of the Dinosaurs are carnivorous and very large reptiles. They grew in numbers over time. Initially as they were a few of them, they could survive and thrive. As their numbers increased over time, they wiped out other species and also started fighting between them. Because of their increased numbers, and changing earth’s dynamics (warming of earth) they had to adapt. They evolved into crocs, lizards and other birds and animals. So if you look in one particular way, they never went extinct. They just evolved into different species who could adapt much more to the changing earth’s environment.

That would be true for all other species too including tigers, eagles and humans. All of them would wipe out & evolve into different species over time (geological time) into different species.

Caution: This might be all theory