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True example of Islamic Teaching: Citizen of the World by Imam Khamenei -

Friday, January 23, 2015

Billionaire space entrepreneur wants vegetarian-only colony on Mars -

Friday, August 1, 2014

NASA looks to produce oxygen on Mars with next rover -

Friday, August 1, 2014

Milky Way, Andromeda galaxies set to collide in giant game of space bumper cars -

Saturday, May 31, 2014

Top US Astronomers: Alien life to be discovered within 20 years -

Saturday, May 31, 2014

‘Sibling’ sun found 110 light yrs from Earth -

Saturday, May 31, 2014

Scientists find way to turn light into matter -

Friday, May 30, 2014

Comortech a branded Splash -

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Reaffirmation Seleani de France – Mchangama Moumine -

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Announcement: Seleani Android App Release -

Saturday, July 13, 2013

End of the year: Celebration or Meditation? -

Saturday, December 29, 2012

The 7 Habits of Unsuccessful Executives -

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Purpose of life and the World as I See It -

Saturday, August 25, 2012

iBrain allows Stephen Hawking to communicate through brainwaves -

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Expedition on so-called Baltic Sea ‘UFO’ expands mystery -

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

The way we do business is changing -

Saturday, June 2, 2012

Smartphone with Geolocation GPS/IP‏ -

Friday, May 25, 2012

ThinkTech: What is the nature of light? -

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Broken inTime in Parallel Universe Chaos -

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Black holes eat two gas flows at a time: Study -

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Smartphone with Geolocation GPS/IP‏

Years ago, the smartphone “boom” was still an uncertain possibility. Today, we are surrounded by a society of smart phone addicts who live as if their lives cannot continue without instant, mobile access to the web, e-mail, and apps for every occasion. Mobile devices have come a long way in just short years, and now support a wide range of useful features beyond making phone calls. For location-challenged individuals, geolocation is one of the most useful additions. Many iPhone and Android devices have been fitted with GPS hardware that can produce reliable geographical data, and in this article we will…

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ThinkTech: What is the nature of light?

Turn off all mobile phones and electronic devices during takeoff or landing of a plane. Even no one is using his mobile phone during the flight? Why do computer speakers buzz when a cellphone is about to ring? Temporarily lost home WiFi signal every time you turn on the microwave. All about an increasing of interference effects due to specific nature of electromagnetic radiation. So what is the electromagnetic nature of light?

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Broken inTime in Parallel Universe Chaos

To introduce the Chaos theory principle that leads into the possibility of parallel Universe and time seam existence, here the other examples of Time travel Paradox, how complex could be dangerous in past travel to time. The joke of jumping into spacetime similar to space curb itself stays same as we been talking about the possibility of a grand son to kill his grand father very young age that may makes sense for normal user to ask the big Question: How could a grand son kills his grand father earlier before getting maried. these are the principle that laws of…

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Black holes eat two gas flows at a time: Study

A new research has suggested that the rapid growth of a supermassive black hole is due to the way it absorbs more than one flow of gas at a time. Astronomers at the universities of Leicester and Monash studied the structure of some massive black holes which are billions of times heavier than the sun. “Almost every galaxy has an enormously massive black hole in its center,” said Andrew King of the University of Leicester. “Our own galaxy, the Milky Way, has one about four million times heavier than the sun. But some galaxies have black holes a thousand times…

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Saying Hi to our neighbors in Outer Space.

Space and all that it holds is still as mysterious as it was when the Earth began from Universe as container. Although Scientists have been   spending a lot of time looking through their telescopes and listening in to their radios frequency signal for any sign of life in Space for the past several years,  and have not got a breakthrough yet the most important thing is they still haven’t given up.  It is one great wish for every Scientist to get a breakthrough in this search as one may wonder that in this vast span of space are we the…

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Cannibal stars inside the Milky Way

Astronomers have spotted the first cannibal stars ever discovered in the heart of our Milky Way galaxy, using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope. Also known as blue stragglers, cannibal stars drain life away from other stars and seem to remain younger than the stars they destroy. The so-called vampire stars seem to move slowly toward neighboring stars to suck in gas from them. That is why they look hotter, younger and bluer. According to National Geographic News, cannibal stars are routinely found in dense star clusters, where stars have many chances to feed off each other. The new discovery, however, has…

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Unique Colorful view of the Milky Way

The US space agency NASA has released a unique composite image of the center of the Milky Way galaxy in celebration of the International Year of Astronomy 2009. The composite image commemorates the 400 years since Galileo first turned his telescope to the heavens in 1609. NASA’s Great Observatories — the Hubble Space Telescope, the Spitzer Space Telescope, and the Chandra X-ray Observatory — have collaborated to produce an unprecedented image of the central region of our Milky Way galaxy. NASA officials said experts from the three observatories assembled the final never-before-seen image from large mosaic photo surveys taken by…

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Our Galaxy Milky Way’s true colors

Astronomers at the University of Pittsburgh say they have determined the exact color of the Milky Way Galaxy as it is seen from other far away galaxies. Findings indicate that the Milky Way is redder than most spiral galaxies but when combined with its blue arms its overall color is white. “The best description I can give would be that if you looked at new spring snow, which has a fine grain size, about an hour after dawn or an hour before sunset, you’d see the same spectrum of light that an alien astronomer in another galaxy would see looking…

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Cont..Invisible event in Space-Time gap

This video simulates the time cloaking device developed by Cornell University researchers. A ball is trying to pass through a green beam of laser light without being detected. Two short pulses of red laser light change the color of the green light, and since different colors travel at different speeds, a gap is opened in the beam exactly when the ball is passing through. Then the opposite manipulation closes the gap, and two other pulses change the light back to green. Hence, the ball manages to go through the beam without getting detected…

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Invisible event in Space-Time gap

Pentagon-sponsored scientists at Cornell University have invented a time cloaking device that makes an entire event invisible for a very short period of time. According to a study published in Thursday’s edition of the journal Nature, the new device interrupts the flow of light that reaches us from events for a fraction of a second, thus making them invisible for just an instant. “Our results represent a significant step towards obtaining a complete spatio-temporal cloaking device,” says the study, led by Moti Fridman of Cornell University, which is located in Ithaca, New York. The scientists have used a method to…

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