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Norton Scientific Journal: Hottest Temperature at 7.2 trillion F in New York
Published on August 13th 2012 | Others
On June 25, the hottest man-made temperature has been recorded in a huge atom-smasher at New York at 7.2 trillion degrees Fahrenheit — just 250,000 times hotter compared to the sun’s core....
Norton Scientific Journal: the Higgs Boson Discovery and Mystery
Published on July 23rd 2012 | Computer
Scientists across the world seem to be in celebration mode this week with what is deemed as the 21st century’s greatest scientific discovery – the Higgs boson....
Norton Scientific Journal : Russian Startup Pirate Pay Claims to Stop Illegal Downloads
Published on June 14th 2012 | Computer
An up-and-coming Russian tech startup gained financial backing from Microsoft for developing a new technology that claims to shut down illegal downloads through torrents....
Norton Scientific Journal: Researchers Call for Open-access Journals
Published on April 13th 2012 | Health
Researchers are now demanding that their work be opened to the public, believing that in this way, progress in scientific research will speed up. Besides, researches that are publicly funded should no...
Norton Scientific Journal : Earth’s Twin Located 22 Light Years Away
Published on February 20th 2012 | Science
Adding to its advantages is its proximity to Earth — only 22 lightyears away, in the Scorpion constellation. They practically call it a next-door neighbor, considering that there are just 100 stars ...
Norton Scientific Journal : Making things invisible now possible
Published on February 11th 2012 | Education
Various laboratory teams have been attempting to ‘cloak’ objects from microwaves and light waves for many years. However, much of the work they achieved were more in the lines of mimicry and camou...