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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

For all you filthy dubstep fanatics out there, dropping a few bombs.

Here is the sample for "This is Dubstep Vol 3."

Tracklist is as follows, bolded my recommendations
Disc 1
1. Geordie Racer - Caspa & Subscape
2. Little Bits - Benga
3. Splash [Rusko remix] - Sub Focus
4. Cracks [Flux Pavilion remix] - Freestylers
5. Gargoyle - Doctor P
6. Kickstarts [Bar9 remix] - Example
7. Tron [VIP mix] - Joker
8. Menance - Distance
9. Beatwise - Cyrus
10. Compass - Matt U
11. Red [Chasing Shadows remix] - Laid Blak
12. Hollow Sphere - Kromestar
13. Maroon Chant - Gemmy
14. Candy - Heny G
15. Blizard - LD
16. Fairy Cake - Fused Forces
17. Critical Hit - Emalkay
18. Justin - Lost Disgustin
19. Bucktooth - Chimpo
20. Comedown - Clubroot

Disc 2
1. Show Me [Skream remix] - Von D & Phephe
2. Stop Watching - Benga
3. Innocence - Nero
4. Molten - Digital Mystikz
5. Tell Me [Distance remix] - Mr Lager & Alys Blaze
6. Let Me Be Your Fantasy [Mensah remix] - Baby D
7. Mattress Punch - Funtcase
8. Gold Dust [Flux Pavilion remix] - Fresh
9. Typhoon - Foreign Beggars & Chasing Shadows
10. Speechless - Breakage
11. Cold Blooded - Kryptic Minds & Youngsta
12. Mako Energy - Kulture
13. Strung Out - Bar9
14. Magma - Plastician
15. Bugspray - Tunnidge
16. Time Ends - Jakes
17. This Way - Nero
18. Ambush Riddim [VIP] - Zed Bias
19. Haterz - Killa & Instinct
20. Angels [VIP mix] - Synkro

Enjoy Gentlemen. 

Friday, September 10, 2010

The most powerful atom resolving microscope in the UK was today revealed at the University of Cambridge. The new electron microscope, which will enable scientists to view individual atoms in any material, was officially unveiled by the Minister for Universities and Science, the Rt Hon David Willetts MP.

'The microscope's impressive power will facilitate pioneering research previously restricted by scientists' inability to view and analyse structures at such a small scale.'

Read more Here!

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Hey guys, been a while since my last update, been really busy with a whole bunch of stuff (see:university). Anyway, thought I might drop a few bombs for you all by an artist i'm really starting to get into, enjoy.

Skrillex-Sexual Seduction [Remix]
SKRILLEX - Slats slats slats

Skrillex - Scary Monsters and Nice Spirtes

Watch the video of that last one, boss.

Now that my exams are over, expect a bunch more updates! 

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Piezotronics: Researchers create new class of piezoelectric logic devices using zinc oxide nano wires.

Georgia Tech researchers measure the performance of a piezo-phototronic device in which a laser changes the conductance of a metal contact attached to a zinc oxide structure.

"When we apply a strain to a nanowire placed across two metal electrodes, we create a field, which is strong enough to serve as the gating voltage," said Zhong Lin Wang, a Regents professor in the Georgia Tech School of Materials Science and Engineering. "This type of device would allow mechanical action to be interfaced with electronics, and could be the basis for a new form of logic device that uses the piezoelectric potential in place of a gate voltage."

I suggest you read the full article Here!, it is amazing the advances that are taking place in the science world.

Monday, August 30, 2010

Ever wonder how fish avoid becoming popsicles while swimming in Arctic water? Scientists at Germany's Ruhr-University Bochum are figuring out how they do it.
"The fish have proteins in their blood that protect them from frost. That's been long known, but we never understood how these anti-freeze proteins worked."
 Now, using a technique called terahertz spectroscopy (see Here), scientists discovered that the proteins change the way water molecules behave in the blood. They
"Usually perform a permanent dance in liquid water, and constantly enter new bonds, (but) dance a more ordered dance in the presence of proteins,"
 the researchers explain in a statement.

Put another way: "the disco dance becomes a minuet," says Dr. Martina Havenity of Ruhr-University Bochum. The change prevents ice from forming.

For more information click Here.