June 20, 2003
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First Contact: She was late this morning. It's amazing that when you're a child and you really have no concept of time that you can tell when something does not happen at its usual time. Whatever, she was late this morning.
Polar bear headed for extinction, says University of Alberta
Endangered Northern Right Whales Exposed to Paralytic
Eyes on the Skies
Photographer: Harald Richter
NOAA Photo Library, NOAA Central Library; OAR/ERL/National Severe Storms
Dancing molecules on the make.
Computer program reveals optimum microstructure for new
These images show shapes that a computer
program found as the optimum structure for a composite material that
conducts both heat and electricity. |
Mathematical prediction of on-off switches in cell division
2,000+ brown recluse spiders in a Kansas home and no bites, UC Riverside study notes
: Doctors often misdiagnose skin lesions as brown recluse bites.
"Is my world really the same as yours? Is there one real world to be distinguished from its pictures introjected by way of perception into every one of us? And if so, are these pictures like unto the real world or is the latter, the world 'in itself' perhaps very different from the one we perceive?
Such questions are ingenious, but in my opinion very apt to confuse the issue. They have no adequate answers."