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Su nivel en el uso de la fuerza es impresionante

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Su nivel en el uso de la fuerza es impresionante

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Dark Side Of The Moon

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Dark Side Of The Moon

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Why do honey bees dance? | At-Bristol Science Centre

Could you tell your friends where to find food just by dancing? Join Ross of the Live Science Team as he takes a look inside a hive to discover the mysterious behaviour of dancing honey bees.

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Dinosaur-killing asteroid hit at just the wrong time
Animals might have survived if impact happened a few million years earlier or later.
Just before a large asteroid slammed into the Earth 66 million years ago, the diversity of plant-eating dinosaur species declined slightly, a new study suggests. That minor shift may have been enough to doom all dinosaurs when the space rock hit.
The scarcity of plant-eaters would have left them more vulnerable to starvation and population collapse after the impact, with consequences that rippled all the way up the food chain.
“The asteroid hit at a particularly bad time,” says Stephen Brusatte, a palaeontologist at the University of Edinburgh, UK. “If it had hit a few million years earlier or later, dinosaurs probably would have been much better equipped to survive.”
Brusatte and his colleagues describe this nuanced view of the famous extinction in Biological Reviews.
Read more @Nature.

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Dinosaur-killing asteroid hit at just the wrong time

Animals might have survived if impact happened a few million years earlier or later.

Just before a large asteroid slammed into the Earth 66 million years ago, the diversity of plant-eating dinosaur species declined slightly, a new study suggests. That minor shift may have been enough to doom all dinosaurs when the space rock hit.

The scarcity of plant-eaters would have left them more vulnerable to starvation and population collapse after the impact, with consequences that rippled all the way up the food chain.

“The asteroid hit at a particularly bad time,” says Stephen Brusatte, a palaeontologist at the University of Edinburgh, UK. “If it had hit a few million years earlier or later, dinosaurs probably would have been much better equipped to survive.”

Brusatte and his colleagues describe this nuanced view of the famous extinction in Biological Reviews.

Read more @Nature.

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Iridescent Hematite - Elba Island, Tuscany, Italy

Oh, what a treat! Alas, Elba hematite is almost exhausted, but this mineral, in this small island, has helped make great ancient Rome. They used to extract metallic iron from hematite, loading this mineral with coal in clay ovens that reached temperatures of 1300 °C. Blowing air inside the oven with a bellows, oxygen, carbon, and carbon dioxide produce carbon monoxide, which reacts with hematite to give metallic iron and again carbon dioxide.
Fe2O3 + 3CO —> 3CO2 + 2Fe
The metal was then worked extensively in the forge to get the final product.

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bijoux-et-mineraux:

Iridescent Hematite - Elba Island, Tuscany, Italy

Oh, what a treat! Alas, Elba hematite is almost exhausted, but this mineral, in this small island, has helped make great ancient Rome. They used to extract metallic iron from hematite, loading this mineral with coal in clay ovens that reached temperatures of 1300 °C. Blowing air inside the oven with a bellows, oxygen, carbon, and carbon dioxide produce carbon monoxide, which reacts with hematite to give metallic iron and again carbon dioxide.

Fe2O3 + 3CO —> 3CO2 + 2Fe

The metal was then worked extensively in the forge to get the final product.

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