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Slower, lower, weaker
SportFebruary 19, 2010 ET
The central sporting event of the year is underway and every fan expect great results from Vancouver. However, don't expect world records, human kind can't go stronger, higher and faster.
Walking with ancestors
NeanderthalsFebruary 12, 2010 ET
Frankenstein used a rather primitive method of combining body parts and electrical current. Modern scientist have a powerful technique at hand: genome. And they are thinking how to bring Neanderthals to life.
Scotch on the rocks. Literally.
ScotchFebruary 5, 2010 ET
A group of scientist was digging around on the Antarctic, hoping they will find something valuable. And they did - Scotch that was on the rocks for one hundred years. Cheers!
Mona Leonardo
Mona LisaJanuary 29, 2010 ET
The mystery of Mona Lisa lasts for centuries and every now and then a new theory about her identity sees the light of the day. The newest one: Leonardo made a self-portrait. For this one you need a lot of imagination.
Shoot that space station!
CannonJanuary 22, 2010 ET
Scientists came to a brand new idea how to deliver the food and stuff to the International Space Station: they want to shoot it with a cannon. Sounds weird? It is. And they want 500 million dollars to build it...
Deceptive winning
PokerJanuary 15, 2010 ET
Online poker is spreading like a highly contagious disease with thousands of "victims" every day. As strange as it may sound, the more hands the player wins, the more money he loses.
Eight percent of us are viruses
GGGGJanuary 8, 2010 ET
The viruses can cause us many problems, from annoying to deadly ones, but we shouldn't be angry at our relatives - 8 percent of human DNA comes from viruses!
Invisibility against earthquakes
InvisibleDecember 18, 2009 ET
Harry Potter had an invisibility cloak and it worked just fine. Now, the rest of us could have an invisibility cloak that could protect our homes against earthquakes.
Water came from space
WaterDecember 11, 2009 ET
Ice-covered asteroids reached the Earth around one hundred million years after the birth of the planets. So, the water on our planet could be extraterrestrial, and the life is indeed of extraterrestrial origins.
How accurate is CSI?
AnatomyDecember 4, 2009 ET
How close to reality is the CSI team that comes to the crime scene in gray blazer, satin blouse, and high heels? The truth is, they look great but that's far from the reality.
The fast and the furious
BloodhoundNovember 27, 2009 ET
The goal of the Bloodhound is to break the world car speed record of 1,600km/h, much faster than the speed of sound, and 135,000 horsepower make this goal very achievable.
The birthday of the space era
Ballon flightNovember 20, 2009 ET
Exactly 226 years ago, on the November 21st, 1783, the world saw the beginning of the space era: Fran├žois Pilatre de Rozier and the Marquis d'Arlandes entered the gondola below the balloon made of paper and silk.
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