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Amir and Nema = Writers.
Close friends but living in different places. Amir in Sweden, and Nema in Iran.
Married, no children.
Hobbies: Computer Sciences, Internet Surfing, Music, Movies,
Sports, Reading Any Readable Material! and Photographing.

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Tuesday, February 10, 2004
Nanopulses and Cells

The method involves exposing cells to an extremely powerful electric field for very brief periods. One of the main effects seems to be calcium release from the endoplasmic reticulum. Initial experiments suggest it might one day be possible to use this technique to treat cancer, speed up healing or even tackle obesity. Read more from New Scientist.

Posted at 05:46 am by Amir
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Monday, February 09, 2004
How'd They Do That?

Many Amazing Pictures And Their Creation's Methods.

Posted at 05:29 am by Nema
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Sunday, February 08, 2004
Need a Robot, Then Order It

The maturation of key PC industry technologies, notably wireless networking and continued reductions in form factor and costs, is making it possible for robotics to begin to realize its full potential in commercial as well as industrial, space, and military environments. Read more for robotics from VIA Technologies.

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Saturday, February 07, 2004
DivX Compression Tutorials

2 Tutorial  About DivX Movie Compression with VirtualDub And FxJoiner.

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Friday, February 06, 2004
Agent Roach 1 Reporting!

Incredible. Spy roaches. And their missions. Everywhere. Equipped with yeast chips and reporting for duty. Read full story from Popular Science.

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Thursday, February 05, 2004
The Largest Databases

These Are The Largest Databases Of 2003.(Database Size is the total disk storage used for user tables, indices and aggregates in GB).From WinterCoporation

Corp. Database Size (GB) DBMS System Arch. DBMS
France Telecom 29,232 Oracle SMP Oracle HP HP
AT&T 26,269 Daytona SMP AT&T Sun Sun
SBC 24,805 Teradata MPP Teradata NCR LSI
Anonymous 16,191 DB2 for Unix MPP IBM IBM IBM
Amazon 13,001 Oracle SMP Oracle HP HP
Kmart 12,592 Teradata MPP Teradata NCR LSI
Claria Corp 12,100 Oracle SMP Oracle Sun Hitachi
Health Insurance Review Agency 11,942 Sybase IQ Cluster Sybase HP Hitachi
FedEx Services 9,981 Teradata MPP Teradata NCR EMC
D2 Gm
9,108 Teradata MPP Teradata NCR LSI

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Wednesday, February 04, 2004
X-rays Linked to Increased Cancer Risk

I can't believe that this news is too serious. X-rays have saved the life of many many people across the world and a tiny fraction of complications might be neglectable. But researchers must work hard to decrease even this very tiny risk. I hope so.
Read full story 1, 2  from Daily Times and New Scientist.

Posted at 05:37 am by Amir
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Tuesday, February 03, 2004
Petition in Support of Iranian Scientists

Petition in support of immediate reversal of US Government Policy on Publication Ban form Trade Embargoed Countries including IRAN. Please read this petition and if you agree, sign it. Science has nothing to do with politics and politicians. Scientist's dream is just that thier papers can find readers, get critics and may ignite other thoughts and start other researches elsewhere. Please if it is possible for you, for the sake of science, put this petition in your weblogs, too.
Click here for signing the petition.

Posted at 02:49 pm by Amir
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Updating BIOS

A tutorial to show you how to flash your BIOS, recover from a failure, or install a new (from PcMechanic).

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Monday, February 02, 2004
High-altitude Airship

Measuring 500 feet long, with a volume of 5.2 million cubic feet, the prototype high-altitude airship, or HAA will be the world's largest pilotless airship. The missile-defense airship might carry laser radars or relay mirrors to extend the range of the 747-derived airborne laser. Other possible payloads are radar systems to detect low-flying cruise missiles, weather sensors, communications relays and cellphone base stations. Read full story about this giant in the sky from Popular Science.

Posted at 05:36 am by Amir
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