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Just in time for the holiday season, WARDY IT Solutions has released a new app for the iPhone and iPad that allows IT Managers and Database administrators to monitor their SQL Server instances
LONDON, September 11 /PRNewswire/ -- - Investment in Direct Engagement Over Face-Value Online Presence to be Discussed at This Year's ad:tech London Brands that unlock the full potential of online communities as part of their communications strategy will see a long-term return on that investment, organisers of this year's ad:tech London have revealed.
What would you call an alien if you encountered it on the street tomorrow? What if that alien didn't come from another world but rather was created in a laboratory right here on Earth and functioned differently from other Earth life?
Peter Ward, speaking at a NASA Director's Seminar, presented some ideas for changing the tree of life. This restructuring would not only embrace things like viruses, which are banished from the current tree, but would allow us to put into context some even odder misfits, such as cloned sheep and alien life on other worlds.
In Part One in the series on stellar and terrestrial evolution, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Director of the Hayden Planetarium and host of the PBS/NOVA Series "Origins", describes the origin and evolution of astrobiology and its public interpretations.
An ancient version of global warming may have been to blame for the greatest mass extinction in Earth's history. In an event known as the "Great Dying," some 250 million years ago, 90 percent of all marine life and nearly three-quarters of land-based plants and animals went extinct.
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