If the concentrations of organic material are indeed that high, then it raises new questions about where it came from. Whereas the original discovery team claimed it was endogenous in origin, this new study suggests that it was likely delivered by an organic rich comet or asteroid. On the one hand, the high concentrations on the surface of Ceres are more consistent with a comet impact..
Poets are like philosophers. They are aware of their past, present and are endowed in some ways to peep into the future. No wonder some writings of some past poets have become golden light of truths in today’s world. While this process may be enough for some people, for others it won’t quite get the job done. If you’ve ever looked at your yard and compared it to your neighbors, wondering why you have patches of brown and his looks lush and full, it could be time to take the next step in grass care. Lawn aeration may be the next step for you..
Each have over 80 billion neurons in the brain, with which they make highly sophisticated decisions,” Qian said. “Smaller animals such as roundworms can make simpler decisions using just a few hundred neurons. In this work, we have designed and created biochemical circuits that function like a small network of neurons to classify molecular information substantially more complex than previously possible.
Drivers had shattered windshields, dents and busted windows. “(I) heard this great bang, almost like a small explosion, said vandalism victim Jerry Dickinson. On Wednesday night around 10 o’clock, someone around Dan Jones Rd. Man in hospital after car overturns and catches fire on county roadEmergency services called out this morningEmergency services were called to a section of the eastbound carriageway between junction 14 of the A42, near Tonge, north of Ashby, and junction 23a of the M1 at 6.15am today.Crews from Castle Donington and Ashby fire stations attended the incident.Read MoreHunt for vandal who snapped the trunks of trees planted in memory of school’s war deadA fire service spokesman said: “The collision involved one car. The vehicle was on its roof and was on fire.”The male occupant had left the vehicle prior to crews arriving and was assessed by firefighters at the scene.”He was treated by paramedics and taken by ambulance to the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham.”The extent of the casualty’s injuries, or their condition, is not yet known.The blaze was extinguished and a stop message received by fire control shorty before 7am when the incident was left with the police.The eastbound carriageway was completely closed during the incident.Man injured in flat fire in Mulberry Avenue, Leicester has ‘severe burns’, say policeA spokesman for traffic management website Inrix said: “One lane closed and slow traffic due to overturned vehicle on the A42 northbound between junction 14 and junction 23a of the M1.”The road was completely closed until 7.30am but lane two was re opened. Police are still on scene dealing with the vehicle.”.