Nepal – the country of the Buddha and the Mt. Everest

Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without – Buddha

S & T

Is Britain facing a physics brain drain?

The world’s smallest fridge
How astronauts went to the Moon and ended up discovering planet Earth

The future’s bright for DESY

Nasa tests robot hardware for planet missions

Newton and Einstein Work Related Some Clips

Two legs faster than four in the quantum world

US scientists learn how to levitate tiny objects

Sirius XM-5 satellite delivered to Baikonur for October launch

M-theory, religion and science funding on the BBC

Stephen Hawking’s Grand Book, But Where Is the Design?

NASA’s Next Technology: Self-Desructing Spacecraft

NASA Announces Plans for First-Ever Trip to Sun

Scientists find evidence discrediting theory Amazon was virtually unlivable

Cosmic ‘Ghost’: “Evidence of a supermassive black hole equal in power to a billion supernovas.”

Talking Hawking and God

Astronaut Strength In Space Equal To 80-Year-Olds

Astronomers discover the Moon is shrinking

End-of-Life Brain Activity – A Sign of the Soul?

Longest spacewalk in International Space Station’s history fails to fix fault

आणविक हतियारको जोखिम

This Computer Just Calculated Pi To a World Record 5 Trillion Digits

Moon Water Dreams Evaporate

Churchill Ordered UFO Cover-Up, Archives Show

Some Clips on Einstein

Russian aerospace company to send mission to Mercury in 4-5 years

A Scientist Takes On Gravity

Russian fifth-generation fighter jet takes to the air

Russian robotic soldier revealed

Some Strange Buildings of the World

Some Interesting Projects of the World

Biotech and breeding – glimpses of the agricultural future

Bracing humanity for rise of robots

Reconciling Science and Religion: How Did These Great Minds Do It?

Are Eastern Religions More Science-Friendly?

Supernovae don’t make the biggest atoms

How Science Can Solve the Puzzle of God

Amazing Iranian Village

Europe’s science-free plan for gene-modified crops

Obama Declares War on Space Junk

Man Survives Life-Threatening Space Vacuum Exposure (VIDEO)

Einstein’s derivation of E=mc^2

What’s wrong with the sun?

The end of the human race is nigh, maybe

Scientists face trial over L’Aquila quake

Climate change sceptics are less ‘credible’ scientists, finds survey

Hawking speaks on God, the big bang and novel physics

Growing Skyscrapers: The Rise of Vertical Farms

5 Kinds of Creative Recycled Architecture: Bottles, Cans and Other Unusual Building Materials

How Technology Has Been Used to Design Modern Buildings

The end of the human race is nigh, maybe

Scientists face trial over L’Aquila quake

Climate change sceptics are less ‘credible’ scientists, finds survey

Mysterious Martian Cave Discovered By 7th Graders (PICTURE)

Hawking speaks on God, the big bang and novel physics

Growing Skyscrapers: The Rise of Vertical Farms

Experimental Verification of the Unified Field Theory

Electronic properties of DNA: protein control

Japan launches mission to Venus

Big Bang Cosmology Meets an Astronomical Death

More and more astronomical evidence shows the weaknesses of the theory stating that the universe started with a Big Bang. A Canadian Astrophysicist presents this evidence and explains how the cosmic redshift is caused by gaseous matter in space. For more click here

Capital Gate Named World’s Furthest Leaning Tower (Photos)

Google to Change Gmail, and “Normal Email”  Option Instead of  Just “Conversation”

The Hidden Brain

It took Sherlock Holmes to deduce the significance of the dog that didn’t bark.* So maybe it’s understandable that neuroscientists have traditionally ignored the brain activity that just hums away quietly in the background when the brain isn’t doing much of anything. Assuming this “default” or “resting” activity was meaningless random noise, they went so far as to subtract it out—and thus ignore it—on brain images such as PET scans and fMRIs. For more click here

Dean Ornish and Deepak Chopra at TEDMED 2009

Big Bang Versus Little Pop

Each government on our planet today is desperate to get/grab anything that belongs to the “unexplained”, to UFOs, or to any technological or historical secrets. Fact is, “desperate” is not the right word; they are capable of ANYTHING to get those artifacts, secrets, whatever. The idea is, each country/nation strives to achieve “technological supremacy” and “absolute power”. From social-psychology point of view, that behavior is understandable. The troublesome aspect is the official propaganda: there are no unexplained things, there are no UFOs, and technological/historical secrets do not exist; everything is just ordinary and normal.Well, that “natural” social mentality is due to a very low “real average social intelligence” existing today in our societies, everywhere. It is possible in about 100 years from this time one country on our planet will achieve that “total technological supremacy”, therefore it will enslave all other nations. If that moment will become reality, people are going to discover that technological power is not sufficient; better said, technological power is far from anything. If you have little patience, you may discover what is way, way more powerful and important than technology is in these Amazing Articles in in our SF books. For more click here

The Imperfect Universe: Goodbye, Theory of Everything

FIFTEEN years ago, I was a physicist hard at work hunting for a theory of nature that would unify the very big and the very small. There was good reason to hope. The great and the good were committed. Even Einstein, who recognised that our understanding of reality is necessarily incomplete, had spent the last 20 years of his life searching for a unified field theory that would describe the two main forces we see acting around us – gravity and electromagnetism – as manifestations of a single force. For him, such a mathematical theory represented the purest and most elegant expression of nature and the highest achievement of the human intellect. For more click here

Atom Smasher Set for Record Collision

GENEVA — The world’s largest atom smasher is ready to start a new era of science, colliding beams of protons to learn more about the make up of the universe and its smallest particles.

Dubbed the world’s largest scientific experiment, the $10 billion Large Hadron Collider holds the promise of revealing details about theoretical particles and microforces, scientists say. For more click here

Hans-Peter Duerr, Ph.D.Interview

E=mc2 – What’s the Speed of Light Got to Do With It?

By far, Einstein’s best-known equation is “E=mc2 – energy equals mass times the velocity of light squared.”  According to this equation, any given amount of mass is equivalent to a certain amount of energy, and vice versa.

We all have some idea of what mass and energy are, and can appreciate that either can be converted into the other.  Einstein’s equation even tells us how much of one potentially converts into how much of the other.  But what exactly does the speed of light have to do with either matter or energy?  How does the speed of light, of all things, come into the picture at all? For more click here

Skyscraper Rotating Buildings

The world’s first moving building, an 80-storey tower with revolving floors giving a shifting shape, is under construction in Dubai. “It’s the first building that rotates, moves, and changes shape,” said Italian architect David Fisher. The Dynamic Tower design is made up of 80 pre-fabricated apartments which will spin independently of one another. “This building never looks the same, not once in a lifetime,” he added.

The 420-metre (1,378-foot) building’s apartments would spin a full 360 degrees, at voice command, around a central column by means of 79 giant power-generating wind turbines located between each floor. The slender building would be energy self-sufficient as the turbines would produce enough electricity to power the entire building and even feed extra power back into the grid, said the Italian architect. The apartments, which will take between one and three hours to make a complete rotation, will cost from $3.7m to $36m. For more click here

Religion and Science

Science and Religion

नयाँ बुद्धदेखि बिज्ञानसम्म

चलायमान गगनचुम्बी भबनहरु

HIV/AIDS: MSM groups hail pill to prevent HIV


HIV/AIDS: MSM groups hail pill to prevent HIV

‘Unbelievable’: Young Man Boards Air Canada Jet Disguised as Old Man

Is Britain facing a physics brain drain?


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