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High Quality Images of Slime Mold

High Quality Images of Slime Mold

What is Slime Mold: Slime Mold is a broad term that refers to fungi-like amoeboid (i.e. like an amoeba) organisms. Their common name refers to part of their life cycle in which their appearance can be gelatinous (hence the name [...]

October 27, 2008 Biology
Have You Seen The World’s Smallest Snake?

Have You Seen The World’s Smallest Snake?

On the Carribean island of Barboados, the world’s smallest snake discovered by Dr. Blair Hedges a biologist from Penn State University in the U.S. The snaked was named Leptotyphlops carlae, and it’s the smallest of the 3,100 known snake species. [...]

August 5, 2008 Biology, Science
Top 10 new species of 2007

Top 10 new species of 2007

The International Institute for Species Exploration announced recently its top 10 new species of 2007. This list includes Shocking pink millipede, 75-million-year-old dinosaur and ‘Michelin Man. [...]

May 28, 2008 Biology
Damaged Aircraft Could Repair Themselves Automatically In The Future

Damaged Aircraft Could Repair Themselves Automatically In The Future

The next generation of aircrafts would have the ability to repair themselves automatically when any damage occurs to them. Even if the plane was in the air it would repari it self by mimicking healing processes found in nature. This [...]

May 22, 2008 Biology, Future Technology, Science
Canadian Scientists Were Able To Discover How Cancer Cells Spread To Other Organs

Canadian Scientists Were Able To Discover How Cancer Cells Spread To Other Organs

Canadian scientists said that they discovered the way cancer cells spread to other organs in the human body.  They said that cancer cell spread by releasing protein “bubbles”, this study might bring the question of how scientist thought how the [...]

April 23, 2008 Biology, Health & Medicine
Ultra High Quality Reptiles Image Gallery

Ultra High Quality Reptiles Image Gallery

It just amazes me when I see these pictures and think of how many strange and cool creatures in the world living with us. Enlarge the pictures and take a closer look at their eyes, faces and features. Its just [...]

April 18, 2008 Biology
Reduce Your Risk Of Developing Prostate Cancer Through Masturbation

Reduce Your Risk Of Developing Prostate Cancer Through Masturbation

Researchers suggested recently that men could cut risk of developing Prostate cancer though regular Masturbation. Prostate cancer actually is a compound tubuloalveolar Exocrine gland of the male Mammal mammalian Reproductive system reproductive system. The prostate organ is attached below the [...]

April 16, 2008 Biology, Health & Medicine