The most dangerous Olympic sport

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Make your body to do something beyond human capabilities — a constant path to serious injury. Even the Olympics where the best athletes of the planet, conduct our sad statistics. Recently, Armenian weightlifter Andranik Karapetyan broke his elbow, trying to take too heavy weight and this is just one of many such cases. Sport, of course, necessary for each person, but not the same price!



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Ancient artifacts, disappeared in the depths of history

In science there is no place for superstition and magic. Throughout history no one scientific question not found any magical solutions, while the reverse happens all the time.



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[recovery mode] Overview of national laptop iRU Brava-4215COMBO, released in 2004 (Part 1)

Unnecessary, this laptop was given to his wife’s parents several years ago. Yes, in spite of the venerable age of 12 years he, until recently, was utilized. A couple of weeks ago my parents asked for a little to calm his emotions, as it was a very long time to boot, loud noise coolers and strongly demand the affection and care.
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[recovery mode] Overview of national laptop iRU Brava-4215COMBO, released in 2004 (Part 1)

Unnecessary, this laptop was given to his wife’s parents several years ago. Yes, in spite of the venerable age of 12 years he, until recently, was utilized. A couple of weeks ago my parents asked for a little to calm his emotions, as it was a very long time to boot, loud noise coolers and strongly demand the affection and care.
Read more →

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IBM and Samsung have developed 11-nm STTMRAM memory

This month, IBM celebrated the 20th anniversary of the development of magnetoresistive random access memory with random access (MRAM). Initially, the goal was set in the control cell by means of an electromagnetic field. The project is now transformed into the development of memory cells recording information by using the transfer torque of the spin electron. This type of memory has received the name of STTMRAM (spin-transfertorqueMRAM).
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[Translation] the History capacitors part 1: first discoveries

Capacitors have a history starts together with the first attempts to study electricity. I liken them to the first steps of aviation when people made planes from wood and fabric and tried to jump up in the air, not understanding aerodynamics enough to understand how to stay on top. In the study of electricity was a similar period. At the time of opening of the condenser our understanding was so primitive that it was believed that electricity is a fluid that exists in two forms, vitreous and resinous. And, as you will see, everything changed in the early years of the development of capacitors.
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Bad news from abroad. In the United States begins a new shale boom

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The first ever image of Mars taken by the spacecraft, was painted by hand. Why?


So that’s the first time scientists saw Mars
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