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  • X4 Labs Device Review

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    Penis enlargement products are a dime a dozen in the market due in part to the prevalent male desire for longer, larger and wider penises coupled with sustained erections. These products include oral supplements, topical creams and hanging weights although we must say that the best results come from using mechanical traction devices such as […]
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  • Is there something explicitly limiting the speed of light?

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    If I’m travelling at 50mph and throw something forwards at 50mph then you can add the 2 speeds to see that the object is going at 100mph. However, light does not behave that way. The light that leaves me when I’m stationary goes the same speed as when I’m moving. Imagine a head-on collision seen […]
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  • The geometry of space-time

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    We have determined how to translate coordinates between two observers in relative motion, and this tells us that the speed of light is a) finite, and b) the same for every observer, regardless of their relative motion. It has nothing to do with that. I am talking about the effect happening before the thing that […]
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Dark Matter 23%
Nonluminous Matter 3.6%
Luminous Matter 0.4%

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  • Climate models disagree on why temperature ‘wiggles’ occur January 27, 2015
    Inconsistencies may undermine model's reliability for projecting decade-to-decade warming and lead to misinterpretation of data The post Climate models disagree on why temperature ‘wiggles’ occur appeared first on Astrobiology Magazine.
    Astrobio
  • Rosetta watches comet shed its dusty coat January 26, 2015
    ESA’s Rosetta mission is providing unique insight into the life cycle of a comet’s dusty surface, watching 67P/C-G as it sheds the dusty coat it has accumulated over the past four years. The post Rosetta watches comet shed its dusty coat appeared first on Astrobiology Magazine.
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  • Earth’s Moon May Not Be Critical to Life January 26, 2015
    Maybe Earth, with its giant moon, is actually the oddball amongst habitable planets. The post Earth’s Moon May Not Be Critical to Life appeared first on Astrobiology Magazine.
    Keith Cooper
  • Swarm of microprobes to head for Jupiter January 26, 2015
    A swarm of tiny probes each with a different sensor could be fired into the clouds of Jupiter and grab data as they fall before burning up in the gas giant planet's atmosphere. The post Swarm of microprobes to head for Jupiter appeared first on Astrobiology Magazine.
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  • NASA Data Peers into Greenland’s Ice Sheet January 26, 2015
    Scientists using ice-penetrating radar data collected by NASA’s Operation IceBridge and earlier airborne campaigns have built the first-ever comprehensive map of layers deep inside the Greenland Ice Sheet. The post NASA Data Peers into Greenland’s Ice Sheet appeared first on Astrobiology Magazine.
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  • Getting to know Rosetta’s comet January 23, 2015
    Rosetta is revealing its host comet as having a remarkable array of surface features and with many processes contributing to its activity, painting a complex picture of its evolution. The post Getting to know Rosetta’s comet appeared first on Astrobiology Magazine.
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