Is NASA sending humans to Mars? That's one question on many people's lips as we watch the NASA TV news special about the astronauts and talking about the upcoming trip to Mars. I guess the question is can humans survive in the vacuum, and if so, how?
Now then, I want to bring up a good point about why we use a vacuum. We use a vacuum to clean our automobiles and to keep the dust off of them. This is all well and good, but this is pretty much useless when you boil it down to a real-life situation. Can you imagine a team of Chinese laborers going to work in a dusty factory filled with thousands
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Why Do We Dream

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Why do we dream? Scientists estimate that most humans have about three to six dreams a day, and about 95% of those dreams are never recalled the next morning. Why do we dream? Dreaming occurs at the REM (rapid eye movement) phase of sleep when your body is in a relaxed state. During REM sleep, your eyes rush back and forth in different directions for a few minutes.
While you're dreaming, you are awake, but your subconscious is still in a state of high alertness. Because of this, your brain receives messages from your body more than you think it does. Some of these messages include, 'I'm tired,
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How technology has affected the world is a complicated question to answer. Today, the pace of technology seems to be faster than ever before, even in the computer age. Technology has affected almost every aspect of our lives, including medicine. Medicine's role has been almost completely taken over by technology and other fields such as electronics and even how we communicate.
Medicine - how technology has affected medicine has changed the face of medicine almost within the past decade. Technological advancements in medicine, from computerized tomography to robotic surgery to remotely piloted
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