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Monster Iceberg forms in Antarctica

Monster Iceberg forms in Antarctica

The growing crack in the PIG runs for almost 30km Scientists have found a rift formed in the shelf of floating ice in front of the Pine Island Glacier that promises the birth of a monster iceberg in West Antarctica. The growing surface crack in the PIG runs for almost 30km and is 60m deep, [&hellip

Huge asteroid to buzz by Earth

Huge asteroid to buzz by Earth

NASA’s chart shows the Asteroid 2005 YU55’s course past Earth and the moon, with orbital paths. A huge asteroid will come very close to Earth and pass the planet next week, coming between Earth and the orbit of the Moon. The close encounter with the space rock, called Asteroid 2005 YU55, will occur at 2328 [&hellip

‘Global warming gases hit record high’

‘Global warming gases hit record high’

Record CO2 levels in the atmosphere in 2010 The amount of gases emitted into the atmosphere that prompt global warming has been unprecedentedly high in 2010, according to the US Department of Energy. The 512-million-metric-ton increase in carbon dioxide emission amounted to a near-six- percent rise between 2009 and 2010, going from 8.6 billion metric [&hellip

Mars500 project crew returns home

Mars500 project crew returns home

The Mars500 project crew has returned to Earth after 520 days of living inside steel containers to simulate the length of a journey to the Red Planet. Three Russians, two EU citizens and a Chinese national spent 17 months in a 550-cubic-meter mock spaceship at a Moscow research institute as part of the $15 million [&hellip

12 more Amputee cases assited in Tanzania

The Lady Fâtemah (a.s.) Charitable Trust September Lodge, Village Way, Little Chalfont, Buckinghamshire, HP7 9PU November 2011 LFT assists 12 more Amputee cases in Tanzania bring total number of Amputees to 140 LFT Donors USD 450.00 will change a life Amputation is a mutilating surgical procedure, both altering the body image and producing severe functional [&hellip

Provision of Water Filters and Water Refrigerators to Two Schools

The Lady Fâtemah (a.s.) Charitable Trust September Lodge, Village Way, Little Chalfont, Buckinghamshire, HP7 9PU November 2011 Provision of Water Filters and Water Refrigerators to Two Schools with 1,057 Students in Arroub Refugee Camp, al-Khalil district, West Bank On the eve of Eid al-Adha, 1,057 Students calls out to you Arroub Refugee Camp is situated [&hellip

“The Sun Behind the Clouds”-12th Imam (a.s)

 Al-ÝAllÁma al-Majlisi’s Thoughts on the AÎÁdith Identifying the Twelfth ImÁm as “The Sun Behind the Clouds”. Translated by Afzal Sumar. In what follows, is a sample of traditions, which compare the Twelfth ImÁm (a) to the sun behind the clouds during the period of his occultation. Thereafter, follows the commentary on these traditions by al-ÝAllÁma [&hellip

Thyroid supplements can be risky

Thyroid supplements can be risky

US researchers say over the counter thyroid support dietary supplements are not completely safe as they contain risky levels of thyroid hormones. A wide range of supplements are available in the market that claim to support or improve thyroid function without posing potential harm to consumers. According to their packages some of these products only [&hellip

Deployed veterans’ kids more aggressive

Deployed veterans’ kids more aggressive

A new study says adolescents with at least one parent in the military are at a greater risk of being engaged in violent activities such as school fights. Researchers at the University of Washington’s School of Public Health studied the effects of the strain of military deployment on US families, especially on adolescent boys and [&hellip

Eye surgery helps Alzheimer’s patients

Eye surgery helps Alzheimer’s patients

Blurred vision of a patient with cataract Patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease whose vision has improved after a cataract surgery may also experience a boost in behavioral problems. Cataract is a clouding that develops in the eye’s lens and affects vision. The problem which is very common in older people is treated in early phases [&hellip