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PUBLIC MARKS from shankargallery with tags research & yoga

06 February 2007

There is no end, but addition: Alex Brown's weblog

Having moved from flickr to SmugMug I was faced with the prospect of moving all my flickr photos across. A quick look at flickr reveals there is no easy way

Does Evolution Select For Faster Evolvers

"We have developed the first exact solution of a mathematical model of evolution that accounts for this cross-species genetic exchange," said Michael Deem, the John W. Cox Professor in Biochemical and Genetic Engineering and professor of physics and astro

Avian Flight

The earliest known bird is Archaeopteryx. The most diverse group of flyers ever to evolve are the birds (the clade Aves). Birds show a marvelous diversity not only of species but of flight adaptations. Compare the hummingbird with the albatross, and you'l

05 February 2007

FBI turns to broad new wiretap method | Tech News on ZDNet

Instead of recording only what a particular suspect is doing, agents conducting investigations appear to be assembling the activities of thousands

02 February 2007

FT.com / Comment & analysis / Comment - Tread lightly along the new Silk Road

A dramatic rise in the flows of goods, capital and people between the oil-rich Gulf and the fast-developing nations of Asia began around the dawn of the new century that may go on to reshape the world economy.

01 February 2007

Official - World Heritage Site

This World Heritage Site exists since april 1997, the moment I decided to develop my own homepage. At first it was in Dutch - my native language - but soon I translated its contents in English. Why build a website about Worldheritages? Well, this site is

What's New at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture/Laboratory of Anthropology

The Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, one of four museums in the Museum of New Mexico system, is a premier repository of Native art and material culture and tells the stories of the people of the Southwest from pre-history through contemporary art. The mus

31 January 2007

ASU News > Space rocks Wadhwa's world at meteorite center

They include the oldest rocks known, which have an age of more than 4.5 billion years. This age is greater than the oldest rocks native to Earth, and it defines the age of the solar system.

Potentially Pathogenic Virus Found in Mad Cow Cells

The alternative view that a virus causes spongiform encephalopathies of the brain, such as “mad cow” and Creutzfeldt-Jakob (CJD) disease, rather than prion proteins, which are normally produced throughout life, is bolstered in a new study by Yale Scho

All Headline News - Study Finds Protein Role In Spread Of Prion Diseases - January 31, 2007

protein fragmentation we studied has a big impact on how fast prion diseases spread and may also play a role in the accumulation of toxic proteins in neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson's.

UNDP | United Nations Development Programme

UNDP is the UN's global development network, an organization advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people build a better life. We are on the ground in 166 countries, working with them on their own so

Iranian History Books and Articles - Research Iranian History at Questia Online Library

Read complete books and articles on: Iranian History: At Questia, we offer: Exclusive access to more than 67,000 books and 1.5 million articles.

30 January 2007

United Nations Search - Home

Prepared for Internet by the UN Website Section (UNWS) of the Department of Public Information (DPI) © United Nations 2006

Iraq Maps - Perry-Castañeda Map Collection - UT Library Online

The large photographs on the home page all feature library staff, student workers, or people studying in different library locations. See all 16 photographs by reloading the page.

Saddam Hussein Has Destroyed 90 Percent of Iraq’s Wetlands Heritage

Alwash said it was preposterous to believe, as the regime has claimed, that the massive drainage program was designed to create more agricultural land to counter sanctions after 1991.

29 January 2007

Adrian Fletcher travels Medieval and Renaissance Italy and Europe with 4,500 Photos, History and lots of Italian Restaurants

Paradoxplace is about Italian Restaurants and Food, Central Italian Towns, Countryside, and Art in Photos, the Magic of Southern Italy and Sicily, Venice and Northern Italy, Rome and Central Italy, and Histories and Stories of the Movers and Shakers of th

Museum Of Architecture :Istanbul,Turkey

The virtual Museum of Architecture created on the internet by the Turkish Building and Information Centre constitutes the first step towards the creation of a real life Turkish Museum of Architecture, a project which has been on the agenda for many years

New Testament Maps and Artifacts

This site features maps, photos of archaeological sites and photos of museum holdings from the Mediterranean basin related to the study of the New Testament. It includes material from Italy (Rome, Ostia, Herculaneum, Pompeii and Syracuse), Greece (Corinth

28 January 2007

Smithsonian Institution - Global Volcanism Program: Worldwide Holocene Volcano and Eruption Information

Smithsonian's Global Volcanism Program seeks better understanding of all volcanoes through documenting their eruptions — small as well as large — during the past 10,000 years.