Thursday, 21 April 2011

Buried 2500 Years, The brain in the skull Still Intact


The discovery of the brain in the skull more than 2,500 years old at Heslington East, England, shocked the world. Experts believe the organ during this, the brain is part of the body's most easily damaged and become fluid after death. The reason, the high fat content.

Sunday, 17 April 2011

There is a Monkey, Eat like a Cow


Ruminant animals, like cows, are known to have four stomachs. Kala eat, food will go to one of the abdominal cavity and then vomited again into the mouth. Thereafter, then other food into the stomach and absorbed by the intestines and waste excreted through the anus.

Friday, 15 April 2011

Two New Species of Snake


Scientists discover new species of venomous snake pit viper family in Southeast Asia. This discovery was the result of an expedition to collect snakes from several countries, namely Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and Thailand.

Wednesday, 13 April 2011

To Mars, Use Water Fueled Aircraft

 Illustration of the concept of water-fueled aircraft equipped with solar cells  
for space exploration in the future.
Travel into space, including Mars, will probably be much cheaper. The reason, scientists are now developing water-fueled plane. With a plane, go home fare to Mars could cost as cheap as the launch of a single plane.

Monday, 11 April 2011

Is there water on Mercury?


Observation of Mercury will begin officially on April 4, 2011 with the help of spacecraft Messenger spacecraft already orbiting the planet. Mapping the entire surface of Mercury will be done to uncover the mysteries of geology, history and that planet formation.