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Transcript of SCIENCE AND LIFE

Tagged with sensors, toothy fish gather weather and climate data in remote Pacific
This new investment has widen our posibililty to reach further
Lead paint under the surface gives away artist’s indecisiveness
Sharks could serve as ocean watchdogs
X-Rays uncover hidden faces in Rembrandt painting
Atoms: able to break down
Chemist Joris Dik of the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands examined the piece for cryptic features using a portable, high-powered tube that shoots a beam of X-rays into the painting’s canvas. The technique identifies materials at the surface and in the subsurface of the painting.
A new study by Cornell University (Washington) shows that the separation of the atoms and molecules are separatable. The result shown by the research says that through a process of changing the direction of movement of atoms and arranged their orbits in a different way, we can separate them.
This new investment has lead to the idea of an atom-breaking machine. Professor Dunne (Cornell University) said: "We had done our basic idea and is starting on building it. This machine will be tested and used in late 2015."
Monday, February 17, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Students nowadays have became less interested in science. How do teachers improve this problem?
Yes, teachers should make their pupils 100% concentrate. Make your speach like it's Discovery Channel. Make your teach like it's Animal Planet. Attract them with beautiful
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