Radiation Stamping

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This invention relates to radiation-curable polymer compositions, for use in the application of decorative coatings to glass, ceramics and perhaps other substrates, by a procedure akin to that known as hot-stamping.


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Huge Asteroid Headed for Close Encounter with Earth

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A huge asteroid will pass closer to Earth than the moon on Tuesday, giving scientists a rare chance for study without having to go through the time and expense of launching a probe, officials said.


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The Five Human Senses

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We could not exist without the five human senses. Sight, hearing, touch, smell, and taste are our lifelines. Without them, our bodies wouldn’t be capable of survival. Scientists still don’t understand everything about the human senses and it’s bound to be a fascinating study for scientists for many years to come. What is known now cannot begin to explain the complexity of what happens in the brain when a human experiences sensations.


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Six Senses Not Superior!

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Even though humans have put themselves on top of the evolution tree, they must agree that there are several other animals which are far superior as compared to this biped species.


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Extinct Animals – The Tasmanian Tiger or Thylacine

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The tasmanian tiger or Thylacine.


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Understanding Fish – Sight

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For most fish, the sense of sight is critical to survival: the ability to see food and potential spawning partners is as vital as the need to detect predators and other dangers. Their aquatic environment makes fish much more short-sighted than terrestrial creatures. Most have monocular vision (with each eye focusing independently), although a few, notably predatory, species are able to focus both eyes on an object.


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The Utterly Incredible Eye

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An article describing the biological wonder that is how we are able to see the world around us, a truly astonshing feat of natural, bio-engineeering that could leave you speechless with amazement.


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Elephant Info Two

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Information on the largest land animal. The Elephant.


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Barracuda

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Facts about barracudas.


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How an Eye is Adapted to See Underwater

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At the bottom of large bodies of water such as the sea dwell the bottom feeding fish and deep water sea life. It is here, below 400m, that sunlight never penetrates. However, at these depths also reside creatures that are luminous such as some squid species, which probably give off sufficient light to alert the bottom dwelling fish of their presence.


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