First pictures from the £1bn time machine telescope reveal faraway galaxy forming stars at 'breathtaking rate'
The incredible water sculptures created by SOUND - Vibrations from a very low sine wave give the stream its shape, but it can only be viewed through a camera with the right frame rate
ALMA: World's largest ground-based space array to open in Chile
Hidden Archaeology: Does Mainstream History Have it Wrong?
U.N. urged to freeze climate geo-engineering projects
lol, your dedicated science website were a bit slow and did a pretty poor job of reporting it if you check them out and I'm not interested in any of their other stories....and is your post factually accurate, when has the government ever said you need £116 a week to live on?
lol, your correct, its 119pounds now..find someone who signs on, or is on benefits, or do some digging
the science site is trustworthy and dedicated, it covers all aspects of science pretty deeply, they had better stories up about the chile array but i posted one before, and the others where months before the official opening.
Last edited by soul controller; 03-14-2013 at 04:11 PM.
its £56.25 a week unless you're on the sick
I'll be moderating this section and other areas soon
All bickering that detracts from his thread will be merged into a landfill of rat and crumpet feces.
This might need its own thread:
"Functional cure" of HIV reported in 14 patients, French scientists say
We do it for the people.
"In the abundance of water, the fool is thirsty"