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Zany fixes for global warming
Troubled by global warming' How about erecting a cosmic sunshade to divert some sunlight' Or you could think of cooling the climate by pumping a few million tonnes of sulphate aerosols into the upper atmosphere. Or perhaps let loose aluminium balloons filled with hydrogen gas. ...  | Read.. 
Speed up your browsing
BSNLís Dataone is back to its old self. After a heady month of browsing at the speed of light, we are back to a slow, crawling pace. We were prom ...  | Read.. 
Cannibal bug
Humankind may be able to enlist the services of a friendly bug in its fight against the ever-increasing army of drug-resistant bacteria. Researchers a ...  | Read.. 
Zany fixes for global warming
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Your own medicine
Raj Kumar Ghosh, 53, a resident of Siuri, Bolpur, West Bengal, almost lost his eyesight. Doctors diagnosed it as a case of acute viral ulcer of both e ...  | Read.. 
Polluted environs, toxic body
Human beings are made up of millions of cells arranged in a complex manner. Protoplasm (a thick, jelly-like fluid), the basis of all cells, in turn, is ...  | Read.. 
Wiping away cultures
What killed the Tangs, Chinaís most splendid imperial dynasty, a thousand years ago' How were the Mayans, the enigmatic central American civilisation, wiped away from the face of the earth' Ending years of debate on the issue, experts said last m ...  | Read.. 
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Why do some people nauseate while travelling'