recklessly wasteful (b) shy and cautious (c) overwhelmingly
tilbury - (a) long
wax-tipped mustachios (b) frilly apron (c) two-person,
two-wheeled light carriage (d) bone china chafing dish
Researchers Find Signs Of Extra Dimensions - SpaceDaily
Early results from a neutrino detector at the South Pole, called AMANDA,
show that ghostlike particles from space could serve as probes to a
world beyond our familiar three dimensions, the research team says. No
more than a dozen high-energy neutrinos have been detected so far.
However, the current detection rate and energy range indicate that
AMANDA's larger successor, called IceCube, now under construction, could
provide the first evidence for string theory and other theories "String
theory and other possibilities can distort the relative numbers of
'down' and 'up' neutrinos," said Jonathan Feng. "For example,
extra dimensions may cause neutrinos to create microscopic black holes,
which instantly evaporate and create spectacular showers of particles in
the Earth's atmosphere and in the Antarctic ice cap.
Study: Not Enough Metals In Earth To Meet Global Demand -
astrolabe: "The brass in this instrument has been in use for nearly
500 years," says Gordon. "Modern products often serve our
needs for a few years or months before discard, jeopardizing the
sustainable use of scarce metal resources." See larger
studying supplies of copper, zinc and other metals have determined that
these finite resources, even if recycled, may not meet the needs of the global
population forever if all nations begin to use the same
services enjoyed in developed nations. All of the copper in ore,
plus all of the copper currently in use, would be required to bring the
world to the level of the developed nations for power transmission,
construction and other services and products that depend on copper.
to be offered 'health MoT'
- BBC Plans
to offer "health MoTs" to every person in England will form a
key part of the government's health white paper. The voluntary checks -
offered at up to five points in a person's life - aim to find those at
risk from illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease. Patients
would be offered advice on changing their lifestyle, and possibly the
assistance of a personal trainer. Some health charities welcomed
the proposals but GPs said the checks would have to be properly funded.
"To start with it is going to be a self-assessment test that you
can fill in either on paper or on-line The check-ups would be
offered at certain points such as birth, age 11 and 18 and when
patients reach their 50s.
2/6/2006 Daily Page
2/5/2006 Daily Page
2/4/2006 Daily Page
2/3/2006 Daily Page
2/2/2006 Daily Page
2/1/2006 Daily Page
1/31/2006 Daily Page