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  • Next Full Moon Will Be The Bigger Moon Of The Year

    In this week, the Moon is reaching what’s known as its perigee, the closest point to Earth in its orbit. For this reason the next full Moon on May 5, 2012 the Moon could appear as much as 14% bigger and 30% brighter than other full Moons of 2012. The astronomical event coincides with certain astrological events that many people are waiting for important celebrations.

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  • F1 Teams To Race While Rage Boils On Bahrain Streets

    By Alan Baldwin MANAMA | Sun Apr 22, 2012 2:10am EDT (Reuters) - Formula One drivers will race in Bahrain on Sunday while rage boils on the streets outside, among protesters who denounce the Grand Prix as a gaudy spectacle by a ruling family that crushed Arab Spring demonstrations last year. Demonstrators hurling petrol bombs have clashed nightly with police during the past week, and security forces responded with teargas, rubber bullets and birdshot. Read the full article

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  • Protester dies as Bahrain Grand Prix tensions mount

    By the CNN Wire Staff April 21, 2012 — Updated 2015 GMT (0415 HKT) Opposition groups said Saturday that a protester died after clashes with security forces, amid claims the government is cracking down on demonstrations ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix. Bahrain’s opposition party Al-Wefaq and the Bahrain Youth Society for Human Rights said the man, identified as Salah Abbas Habib Musa, took part in a peaceful protest Friday evening that was violently broken up by security forces. Read the full article

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  • Songkran Festival, Thailand

    The Songkran Festival is the celebration of the beginning of the New Year. The traditional New Year’s Day start on April 13 until 16 and in this days all the people trhow water each other for cleansing off all the bad things happen in the last year and also promise good luck like water blessing.

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  • The LHC, Black Holes and You

    By Ethan Siegel - ScienceBlogs - Back when all the hype and hoopla concerning the LHC startup had people afraid that the Large Hadron Collider would create a black hole that would eat and destroy the Earth, I tried to quell some of these fears. At my old site, I wrote three articles explaining why the Earth was safe, and why — even if the worst-case scenario came true — we’d be completely fine. And I had forgotten about it, until last night’s Daily Show came on.

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