March 31, 2011

Tiger fish as Congo's Monster River

Tigerfish and Angler Jeremy Wade
"Tiger fish is very rare and hard to catch because it lived in a very remote area and difficult to reach," said Wade, as reported by Monsters River.

Just as in South America that have a piranha fish, Africa also has a similar wild fish that is Tigerfish.

Although the two fish species are very different, but they are known to be very wild when hunting prey.

Tigerfish has 32 teeth that interlock between the teeth on the bottom, while the body has a muscle that is very flexible in order to move quickly.

Tiger fish has air sacs in the body that serves as a sound receiver, which can transmit the vibrations of water that marks the existence of other animals in the vicinity.

March 30, 2011

Weird Dinosaur Discovered in Canada

Marine reptiles have often been found previously in this region, but the ground dinosaur is not prevalent

HOT NEWS - TORONTO - A number of workers Suncor, a mining company operating in the area of ​​Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada, found a rare dinosaur fossil is estimated around 110 million years old. In fact, hundreds of years ago, the area is covered by water.

The discovery began when Shawn Funk (digger machine operators) see the mound of earth with strange textures and materials that form a pattern resembling a diamond. After that, together with his supervisor, Michael Gratton, he send photographs of these findings to the Royal Tyrrell Museum.

March 28, 2011

Why Choose Nuclear Energy?

For the countries without natural resources, nuclear power is the right choice.

Nuclear Power Plant
HOT NEWS - Since the Japanese nuclear power plant, Fukushima Daiichi, were damaged by the earthquake on March 11, 2011, many people think about how future nuclear industry.

On a global scale, several countries including Germany, Israel, and Italy began to worry about security of nuclear projects, either already built or being planned.

Disaster in Fukushima Daiichi has prompted many countries to review their nuclear power plants to ensure that similar accidents will not happen again.

March 27, 2011

Japan Discover The Extreme Radiation in Reactor 2

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This radiation levels reached 2.9 billion becquerels in one cubic centimeter of water in the basement of the turbine building which attached to the reactor number 2

HOT NEWS - Tokyo Electric Power Co (Tepco) reported on the existence of very high-level radioactive detection in the water at reactor unit 2. Radioactive which tracked 10 million times more than the normal threshold of reactor operation.

As quoted from NHK, Sunday, March 27, 2011,.Tepco explain this radiation levels reached 2.9 billion becquerels in one cubic centimeter of water in the basement of the turbine building which attached to the reactor number 2

March 22, 2011

The Radiation Levels at Fukushima Dai-ichi was Stable

To this time, radiation levels at these locations are in stable level. According to the UN International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), "the radiation located at the level of that does not endanger human health."

HOT NEWS - The workers of Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) at Fukushima Dai-ichi, managed to distribute electrical current to one of the reactors. Radiation levels also have declined, but they are still worried because the others of the pressure in the reactor casing started rising.

fukushima Reactor2 explosion

March 21, 2011

Found The Spear 10,000 year-old

The ancient heritage was found in Florida, United States

HOT NEWS - Some archaeologists found a new hope on the spring that hit the southern United States. In Florida, about an hour drive from Tampa to the south, scientists found the cultural heritage in the ancient times.

The Prehistoric Spear
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In middle of exploration of the excavation in the vicinity of Little Salt Spring, in the southern part of Sarasota Country, a team of divers from Florida Aquarium and the University of Miami was surprised to find a spear of the life in ancient times.

March 20, 2011

Victims Tsunami in Japan Amounts Over 18,000 Peoples

This is the worst disasters in Japan since Great Kanto Earthquake in 1923

HOT NEWS - Thousands of people were killed in the past eight days because of Richter scale 9.0 earthquake and tsunami that attacked the three regions of Japan: Fukushima, Miyagi and Iwate.

Japanese Police have recorded the number of disaster victims as much as 18,000 more people, more larger than previous estimates of around 10,000 inhabitants.

With details, 7,197 of peoples confirmed dead, 10,905 of peoples missing. So, until around 09,00 local time, Saturday, March 19, 2011, the number of victims has reached 18,102 people.

Hope to be able to find survivors among the debris into smaller, due to current cold weather that hit northeastern Japan, making the disaster area covered of snow. The discovery of a young man who trapped 8 days in between the rubble at Kesennuma, just a miracle.

March 19, 2011

Japan Nuclear Dangers Rise to Level 5

The Japanese government raised the level of nuclear radiation hazards to a level of five due to damage to Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) in Fukushima. The same level ever happened in Three Mile Island accident in 1979.

fukuyama nuclear reactorHOT NEWS - As reported by NHK, Japan's Nuclear Industrial Safety Agency has evaluated the level of severity of disasters and raise the level of radiation scale to level 5 by the International Nuclear and Radiological Event Scale (Ines).

Nuclear Industrial Safety Agency said that the reason for raising this level because more than 3 percent of the damaged nuclear fuel and radioactive material leaked from the factory.