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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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Energy In The Universe

Dark Energy 73%
Dark Matter 23%
Nonluminous Matter 3.6%
Luminous Matter 0.4%

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  • Rover Examining Odd Mars Rocks at Valley Overlook March 6, 2015
    NASA's Opportunity rover has found blocky rocks unlike any previously examined on Mars. The rover team has delayed other activities to further investigate. The post Rover Examining Odd Mars Rocks at Valley Overlook appeared first on Astrobiology Magazine.
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  • NASA Spacecraft Becomes First to Orbit a Dwarf Planet March 6, 2015
    NASA's Dawn spacecraft has become the first mission to achieve orbit around a dwarf planet. The post NASA Spacecraft Becomes First to Orbit a Dwarf Planet appeared first on Astrobiology Magazine.
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  • Mars: The Planet that Lost an Ocean’s Worth of Water March 5, 2015
    A primitive ocean on Mars held more water than Earth’s Arctic Ocean, and covered a greater portion of the planet’s surface than the Atlantic Ocean does on Earth, according to new results. The post Mars: The Planet that Lost an Ocean’s Worth of Water appeared first on Astrobiology Magazine.
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  • Permafrost’s Turn of the Microbes March 5, 2015
    Study reveals clues to how drowsy microbes in Arctic tundra change to methane-makers as permafrost thaws. The post Permafrost’s Turn of the Microbes appeared first on Astrobiology Magazine.
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  • Single Site on Mars Advanced for 2016 NASA Lander March 5, 2015
    NASA's next mission to Mars, scheduled to launch one year from today to examine the Red Planet's deep interior and investigate how rocky planets like Earth evolved, now has one specific site under evaluation as the best place to land and deploy its science instruments. The post Single Site on Mars Advanced for 2016 NASA […]
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  • Exorings on the Horizon March 5, 2015
    Astronomers have devised a novel method for identifying rings around extrasolar planets (exorings). The post Exorings on the Horizon appeared first on Astrobiology Magazine.
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