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‘Immortality’ is a word that has great significance in human life. No matter what other achievements science can stake claim to (and there are many amazing ones, no doubt), the ability to control death is not one of them. Sure we have been able to extend life spans, but can we really beat death? Can man become immortal and can he live forever? It seems hard to believe that we can control the life-giving force. Yet, of all things that science will ever achieve, this could be the shining crown jewel. What will happen if and when labs get a hold of the ability to make us immortal and is such power even a welcome one, is a debate for another day. One thing is for sure and that is science will not stop trying. It might fail and fail endlessly in its quest to make man immortal.
If you’re an iPhone owner, I’m sure you’ve heard of the phenomenon that is Angry Birds. Writing this article at my desk I have an Angry Bird plush toy on top of my laptop in the corner and a fan-adapted theme song playing over the game on my iPad. It’s unreal just how much of a success Rovio has created.
Sensu Stylus is a touch sensitive paintbrush designed for iPad. The device has a sleek brush on one end and an eraser on the other to make necessary alterations to the picture. The protective cover of the extension provides stability and a focused movement. This product is already to be released for sale since May.
Websites and people all over the world are talking about December 21st, 2012, when all life on the planet could well finish. Some are asserting it will be humans that set it off. Others believe a natural phenomenon will be the cause. And the religious people are saying it’ll be God himself who presses the stop button! Here we come with 7 predictions of 2012 scenario.
The first to envision December 21st, 2012 as the end of the planet were the Mayans, a race that were good at building highly correct astrological hardware out of stone.
Mayan Calender Prophecy For 2012
For a state that claims to be the nation’s most enlightened defender of civil rights, California’s regular dismissal of even the most basic constitutional protections is an exercise in hypocrisy — at a minimum — and in ideology over rule of law in the worst case. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals,…