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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

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

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  • NASA’s Curiosity Rover Adjusts Route Up Martian Mountain May 23, 2015
    NASA's Curiosity Mars rover climbed a hill Thursday to approach an alternative site for investigating a geological boundary, after a comparable site proved hard to reach. The post NASA’s Curiosity Rover Adjusts Route Up Martian Mountain appeared first on Astrobiology Magazine.
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  • Impact Crater or Supervolcano Caldera? May 22, 2015
    The largest structure among the latest Mars Express image release may hold a rather explosive secret: it could be remains of an ancient supervolcano. The post Impact Crater or Supervolcano Caldera? appeared first on Astrobiology Magazine.
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  • Ceres Bright Spots Seen Closer Than Ever May 21, 2015
    NASA's Dawn mission captured a sequence of images, taken for navigation purposes, of dwarf planet Ceres on May 16, 2015. The image showcases the group of the brightest spots on Ceres, which continue to mystify scientists. The post Ceres Bright Spots Seen Closer Than Ever appeared first on Astrobiology Magazine.
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  • Could ‘Green Rust’ Be A Catalyst For Martian Life? May 21, 2015
    Green rust could act as a proto-enzyme driving the chemical energy needed to spark life. The post Could ‘Green Rust’ Be A Catalyst For Martian Life? appeared first on Astrobiology Magazine.
    Elizabeth Howell
  • NASA’s Webb ‘Strutting its Stuff’ in New ‘Behind the Webb’ Video May 20, 2015
    The newest video in the "Behind the Webb" series provides a look at three “struts” or poles that fold and unfold the secondary mirror on the James Webb Space Telescope. The post NASA’s Webb ‘Strutting its Stuff’ in New ‘Behind the Webb’ Video appeared first on Astrobiology Magazine.
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  • Driest Place on Earth Hosts Life May 18, 2015
    A Chilean desert site has the same humidity levels as Mars, and hosts life. The post Driest Place on Earth Hosts Life appeared first on Astrobiology Magazine.
    Andrew Williams