Wednesday, 29 February 2012
Eagerly awaiting the release of the third version of iPad due to be released next week, iPad and Apple enthusiasts alike behave similarly to circling buzzards over an almost breathless animal.
From nigh on approximately 2 months before Apple even makes an announcement of an upcoming product release, Apple rumour sites and bloggers trigger and enliven discussion about almost all upcoming Apple devices. Notwithstanding many an active design conceptualist add their possible future candidates.
Thursday, 23 February 2012
Astro-scientists have for more than 10 years been concerned with what to do about the growing plethora of debris encircling earth.
Between Low Earth Orbit, 2000 km altitude and 35,786 km altitude or Geostationary Orbit are approximately 16,000 objects larger than 10 cm in diameter and hundreds of millions of smaller particles circumnavigating our planet at speeds of several kilometers per second.
On February 10, 2009, the U.S. satellite Iridium-33 exploded upon impact with the abandoned Russian satellite Cosmos-2251. This collision impacted with significant financial consequences, particularly for the insurance companies, but also adding much more junk for astro-technicians to monitor.
Friday, 17 February 2012
Apple earlier today announced a new leaping version to its OSX system software badged Mountain Lion or 10.8 and its main purpose is to make Apple computers work and function the exact same way as either an iphone, ipad or ipod touch. Essentially turning your computer into a great big iphone, plus more.
Mountain Lion's key feature is convergence and integration of immediate conveniences experienced, in their i-devices.
Thursday, 9 February 2012
looks to be stepping out of its cocoon to unveil the worlds first floating airport, in Japan, no less ? But how could this be, in one of the most seismically active volatile regions ?
Wednesday, 1 February 2012
since modern meteorological records began in 1880, nine of the last 10 years have been the warmest wherein 2010 was the warmest.
"As greenhouse gas emissions from energy production, industry and vehicles have increased, temperatures have climbed, most notably since the late 1970s." NASA
Since 1880 the carbon dioxide level in the atmosphere was approximately 225 parts per million (ppm), but since 1960 the average amount rose to be 315 ppm. Today however it's more than 390 ppm and continues to increase to rise at an accelerating pace.
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