A female Chinese astronaut Thursday said from space that she and her crewmates haven't seen any UFOs during the trip. Female astronaut Wang Yaping, one of the three crew members of Shenzhou-10 spacecraft, greeted about 330 primary and middle school students at a Beijing high school through a live video feed system, about 340 km above the Earth, reported Xinhua. "Through the front windows, we ...
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Gustavo Barr?n, 22, glances at the books on display at the Feria del Libro Independiente, a book fair featuring independent publishing houses in Mexico City, Mexicos capital. While perusing the selection, Barr?n, a university student studying history, holds a book about guerrilla groups in Mexico in the 1970s and the transition to democracy. The publisher is Ce-Acatl, a ...
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social contagion ". What you're clapping, apparently, is not as important as joining in with the people clapping all round you. "The cessation of applause is similarly socially mediated," say the scientists, "but is to a lesser degree controlled by the reluctance of individuals to clap too many times."Well, we can all quibble with this. Some might feel that ...
After wrapping up her first lecture in space on Thursday, Chinese astronaut Wang Yaping replied to a letter from former US astronaut Barbara Morgan.In an email sent from China's orbiting space module Tiangong-1, Wang expressed her gratitude for a letter that Morgan had written to her."My colleagues and I were very glad to receive your letter so far away from Earth. Thank you for your ...
The first words we hear in the voice-over narration of Henry Hill, the central character of "GoodFellas" are: "For as far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster." The success of Martin Scorsese's stunning Mafia epic is twofold. First, he makes a strong argument why a gangster's life of crime and violence would be so tantalizing to Henry, and secondly, he portrays how that life pa ... ...
The space lecture on the Tiangong-1 began for the first time in Chinese history at 10 am Beijing time on June 20, 2013. The special lecture is given by a teacher aboard China's space module Tiangong-1 to students on ...
He's only 10-years old but thanks to an IQ similar to Albert Einstein's, Luis Roberto Ramirez will begin the next school year studying applied quantum physics at Harvard University."My dream is to create a company and sell my inventions," the boy said on a video aired by the Michoacan Radio and Television System.Ramirez, who lives in Zamora, Michoacan, taught himself English ...
Radio astronomers have found the biggest hole ever seen in the universe. The void, which is nearly a billion light years across, is empty of both normal matter and dark matter. The finding challenges theories of large-scale structure formation in the ...
CRACKS in Einstein's theory of relativity could be evident at the heart of our very own galaxy. If new calculations are correct, the enormous black hole that sits at the core of the Milky Way should have Saturn-like rings that offer a safe haven from its irresistible gravitational ...
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Our nuclear programmes are completely transparent. But we are ready to show greater transparency and make clear for the whole world that the steps of the Islamic Republic of Iran are completely within international frameworks. The sanctions are unfair, the Iranian people are suffering, and our (nuclear) activities are legal. These sanctions are illegal and only benefit Israel.
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29 April 2013 150 The Security Council today welcomed the joint declaration of non-violence signed last week in Conakry between the main Guinean stakeholders in which they committed themselves to resolve all differences exclusively through peaceful means.
In a statement issued to the press, the 15-member Council also welcomed the declaration by President Alpha Cond233; whereby he expressed his readiness to ensure the transparency and the credibility of the electoral process, and committed himself to accepting the results of the upcoming legislative elections.
In March, protests in the West African nation related to the polls led to several deaths and hundreds of injuries. At that time, both Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the UN human rights office appealed for calm amid the violence and urged political actors in Guinea to pursue dialogue to create conditions for peaceful elections.
The Council, which was briefed last Thursday on the situation in Guinea by Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs Jeffrey Feltman, expressed its concern over the "volatile situation" in the country.
"The members of the Security Council deplored the violent incidents that occurred during the demonstrations in Conakry on 25 April 2013, which resulted in the death of one person and injured a number of others. ...
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