Scientists believe that they have created one of the missing elements on the periodic table, element 113. Element 113 is an atom that has 113 protons, meaning it must be created in a laboratory because it cannot be found in a natural environment. To create element 113, they had to collide zinc nuclei into a very thin layer of bismuth. Once created, it quickly decayed into different smaller elements such as 111 to 109 to 107 to 105 to 103 and finally to element 101.
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Contra sumei de 11.500 dolari, o companie din Statele Unite poate schimba conceptul „dormind cu pestii”, realizand un pat cu un acvariu incorporat. In respectivul acvariu incap peste 2.460 litri de apa, pentru a le fi de ajuns pestilor pe care ii va gazdui.
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The entire Turbo Pascal 3.02 executable—the compiler and IDE—was 39,731 bytes. How does that stack up in 2011 terms? Here are some things that Turbo Pascal is smaller than, as of October 30, 2011:
The minified version of jquery 1.6 (90,518 bytes).
The yahoo.com home page (219,583 bytes).
The image of the white iPhone 4S at apple.com (190,157 bytes).
zlib.h in the Mac OS X Lion SDK (80,504 bytes).
The touch command under OS X Lion (44,016 bytes).
Various vim quick reference cards as PDFs. (This one is 47,508 bytes.)
The compiled code for the Erlang R14B02 parser (erl_parse.beam, 286,324 bytes).
The Wikipedia page for C++ (214,251 bytes).
Down the road, the biological Internet could lead to biosynthetic factories in which huge masses of microbes collaborate to make more complicated fuels, pharmaceuticals and other useful chemicals. With improvements, the engineers say, their cell-cell communication platform might someday allow more complex three-dimensional programming of cellular systems, including the regeneration of tissue or organs.