Martian, A Flower From Mars

NASA’s Curiosity capturing objects later called Martian Flower. The photos were taken while Curiosity moving a region in Mars called the Yellowknife Bay. NBC journalist and photographer, Ken Kramer, has edited the image to make it more realistic. Whether the object is indeed a flower in Mars? Surely not. The term of ‘flower in Mars’ appear as a reader at Above Top Secret brief comment to refer to that object. “Martian Flower”. In the comments, someone named Arken said, “Albedo (reflectivity object of the Sun shine) its a highest object,…

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Boediono Attend World AIDS Day At Taman Mini

The Vice President, Boediono, will attend the summit commemoration of World AIDS Day, which was centered in Sasono Budoyo Langen, Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, East Jakarta on this morning (1/7/2013). Vice President Boediono’s official website mentions will close The World AIDS Day commemoration at 09.00 AM. World AIDS Day is celebrated every December 1st. This idea was first conceived in August 1987 by James W. Bunn and Thomas Netter, two public information officers for the Global AIDS Program at the UN World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, Switzerland and is…

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Galaxy S2: Jelly Bean Update Shrinks Memory

The Galaxy S2 will receive an update to Jelly Bean, it will have the opportunity to get Android 4.1. Samsung reveals on its website the details of this migration has a negative impact especially on memory. The Galaxy S2 will have the opportunity to receive an update to Android. This phone is a real success since it is the second smartphone flagship brand since its launch. Thus, the mobile Android 4.1 and benefit from all the improvements of the operating system. By cons, some mobile users should not be thrilled…

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Caution, Risk On Selecting Wrong Saving Lights

Electricity bills continued rise, many households and small to large sized companies switch to using compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) or commonly referred to as energy-saving lamps main lighting source. But recently a team of researchers of the U.S. found if the light is actually a favorite of many people at risk of causing skin damage. Warning of a team of researchers from Stony Brook University, New York found that energy-saving lamps emit highest ultraviolet radiation (UV). In fact, UV radiation cause damage of skin cells and at high levels…

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Ronaldo Bring Real Madrid Getting Three Points

Real Madrid successfully achieve full points win over Real Sociedad 4 – 3 in the BBVA League continued at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium, Madrid on Sunday (06/01/2013). Jose Mourinho Madrid backed up Iker Casillas in the first minute. The position of goalkeeper was given to Antonio Adan. The match lasted just two minutes, Madrid had opened the scored by Karim Benzema. Receiving feedback Sami Khedira, Benzema escaped the offside trap before conquering Sociedad goalkeeper Claudio Bravo. However, the decision of Mourinho plays Adan, arguably fruitful blunder. In fifth minutes, Adan…

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Minister of Health: Press of HIV/AIDS Through Behavior Change

The Minister of Health, Dr. Nafsiah Mboi confirmed infection rates of HIV/AIDS in Mimika regency, Papua growing can be reduced through changes in the behavior of the local residents. The most important thing people want to change the behavior that is not doing risky sexual activity, condom use and the other. Nafsiah admitted concern with the increasing rate of transmission of HIV/AIDS cases among residents Mimika, especially in Timika town and the people who live in rural areas. If there is no positive behavior changes, Nafsiah Mboi believes infection rates…

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Swine Influenza Kills 11 Palestinians

Swine influenza (H1N1) is getting rampant in the Palestinian territory. At least 11 people were killed. The Palestinian News Agency WAFA on Sunday (6/1/2013) reported of the Palestinian Ministry of Health said, since the beginning of winter until Thursday (3/1/2013) as many as 11 people were killed as a result of swine influenza. The latest victim, an elderly man and the baby had died. Health Ministry also said there are currently 323 people treated for the H1N1 virus, and more than 50 people were treated at Ramallah. The Ministry is…

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