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The Vega Science Trust - Richard Feynman - Freeview Video
Topic: Science 11:53 pm EST, Nov 14, 2005

A set of four priceless archival recordings from the University of Auckland (New Zealand) of the outstanding Nobel prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman - arguably the greatest science lecturer ever. Although the recording is of modest technical quality the exceptional personal style and unique delivery shine through...

And more great video to watch for FREE

The Vega Science Trust - Richard Feynman - Freeview Video

William H. Masters, MD
Topic: Science 11:48 pm EST, Nov 14, 2005

William H. Masters, MD, the Vasco de Gama of the inner vagina, died last week, but his fraught sexological legacy lives on. He left a map of human sexual functioning that is gorgeously detailed in some respects, amazingly incomplete in others. A champion of the clitoris in one of the twentieth century's major sex wars and a vigorous opponent of the sexual double standard, Masters earned his stripes as a feminist hero. He insisted that people could not make assumptions about their sex partners' desires or pleasures, and the importance of his and Virginia Johnson's message — take responsibility for your own pleasure — cannot be overestimated as part of women's sexual emancipation. Yet, for all the talk about pleasure, Masters' research was all about new ways of measuring physical performance — a strain which helped set us on the path to today's gleefully mechanical sex research: the Viagrification of sexual relations.

Old news but a good read...

William H. Masters, MD

Interesting High-speed Video Clips
Topic: Science 11:41 pm EST, Nov 14, 2005

The video clips below were filmed with a special high-speed camera.
The super slow-motion playback lets you visualize effects
that cannot be seen with the naked eye or with a standard video camera.

Interesting High-speed Video Clips

Kimchi lacticacidbacteria called “Leuconostoc Kimchii” to be effective against bird flu.
Topic: Science 10:41 pm EST, Nov 14, 2005

Prof. Kang and his research team have tested the ability of the culture fluid of Leuconostoc Kimchii to inhibit the virus, known as bird flu, Newcastle disease and bronchitis, and the culture fluid has been shown distinctive treatment for the foul diseases. Prof. Kang's previous research has already proven the Leuconostoc Kimchii has anti-bacterial power, additionally the recent research has found the culture fluid of the Leuconostoc Kimchii to be effective in curing viral diseases.

The research team plans to distribute the Kimchii culture fluid to poultry farms across the nation under the permission of the National Veterinary Research & Quarantine Service after conducting further studies.

Link to SNU

and about six months later...

A local animal feed manufacturer shipped a feed additive that may be effective in treating bird flu to Indonesia last week amid growing international concern over the spread of the virus.

Hankooki Times Link

Hmm.. Can I have a Ruben with Kimchi please.... Yummm!

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