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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.
Throwing together some electrotrash/dub songs before I go to bed, enjoy.
Example - Kickstarts (Bar9 Remix Official Video)
Nero - Innocence
N.A.S.A. (Feat. Kanye West, Santigold & Lykke Li) - Gifted (Masuka Remix)
Drivepilot - FUCK YEAH!

I'll do a breakdown of some artists tomorrow,

Dark is back.

  • Shoes by Zara
  • Jeans and Jacket by H&M

  • Trench by Heritage 1981
  • Gray Cardi by American Apparel
  • Doc Martins

This and more available @

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Dry water. It may sound like a contradiction in terms, but scientists have created it. Apart from applications in methane storage, scientists believe it could also help against the looming threat of global warming.
"Scientists believe dry water could be used to combat global warming by soaking up and trapping the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide."

Read the full article Here
For all you electro trashbags, I implore you to listen to the following track; absolutely potent drop @ ~1.40, much love gtronic.

Also, trashing teenagers is about to explode, get on it @
Amazing, possibilities for this kind of research are truly amazing.
"Think of two rafts going down a river with a rope between them," Craig explained. "As the first raft enters a rapids and accelerates forward, that rope - the polymer - gets pulled taught and stretches."

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“Today a young man on Acid realized that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration. That we are all one conscienceless experiencing itself subjectively. There's no such thing as death. Life is only a dream and we're the imagination of."

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