“Despite all the scientific breakthroughs and Nobel Prizes for discoveries, scientists seem to be no nearer to a possible answer to their main question – why did the universe appear? RT sat down to talk to Aleksey Filippenko, an American astrophysicist and professor of astronomy at the University of California, Berkeley, CA.
“He was the member of the team that received 2011 Nobel Prize for discovering the dark energy that is speeding up the expansion of the entire universe. And he believes that it could have sprung into existence without any divine help whatsoever” …. Text posted w/video
It is our pleasure to inform you, that Hungarian Tunnelling Association (HTA) is organizing the 1st Eastern European Tunnelling Congress in Budapest on September 18-21, 2012.
(EETC2011, Budapest). The idea was recommended to the East European Associations several times at the President meeting in Harkány November 08, 2011, in Dubrovnik, April 2011 and at the final discussion at WTC, Helsinki.
The common aim of EETC 2012 is to share our experiences and exchange our knowledge of design, construction management, research results and technical developments of tunnels completed by the regional associations and experts. . . . Read Complete Report
The White House signaled Thursday that President Barack Obama would not be seeking new gun control laws in the aftermath of the mass shooting at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado. But press secretary Jay Carney said Obama would try to find ways to work around the “stalemate” in Congress to keep firearms out of the wrong hands.
During a brief photo-op with his Cabinet, Obama himself sidestepped a reporter’s question about how he would proceed without seeking new legislation.
“I’m sure we’ll have more opportunity to talk about this,” the president said. . . . Read Complete Report
ScienceDaily (July 12, 2012) — Scientists from the based at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg have just announced the discovery of a large rock containing significant parts of a skeleton of an early human ancestor. The skeleton is believed to be the remains of ‘Karabo’, the type skeleton ofAustralopithecus sediba, discovered at the Malapa Site in the Cradle of Humankind in 2009.
Professor Lee Berger, a Reader in Palaeoanthropology and the Public Understanding of Science at the Wits Institute for Human Evolution, will make the announcement at the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum in Shanghai, China on 13 July 2012. . . . Read Complete Report
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