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Want To Enhance The Flavor Of Your Food? Put On The Right Music

Here's an experiment: take a bite of whatever food you have nearby and listen to some music, something with high notes. Now, take another bite, but listen to something with low notes.<p>Notice anything?<p>Researchers at the University of Oxford have been looking for a link between sound and taste. …

NASA Envisions A Cloud City Above Hellish Surface Of Venus

Now if only we can get Lando Calrissian to spearhead the project<p>The planet Venus, named for the Roman goddess of Love, certainly wouldn’t be a very loving place to live. On the surface, Venus hosts scorching temperatures of more than 800 degrees Fahrenheit, a heat capable of melting lead, as well …

What Your "Working Memory" Does (and How to Give It a Tune-Up)

Working memory is like your brain's scratch pad, managing information as you go about your day. But our routine deluge of information can make us …

The Brain

APOD: Tyrrhenian Sea and Solstice Sky (2014 Dec 21) Image Credit & Copyright: Danilo Pivato http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap141221.html Explanation: Today the solstice occurs at 23:03 Universal Time, the Sun reaching its southernmost declination in planet Earth's sky. Of course, the December solstice marks the beginning of winter in the northern hemisphere and summer in the south. When viewed from northern latitudes, and as shown in the above horizontally compressed image, the Sun will make its lowest arc through the sky along the southern horizon. So in the north, the solstice day has the shortest length of time between sunrise and sunset and fewest hours of daylight. This striking composite image follows the Sun's path through the December solstice day of 2005 in a beautiful blue sky, looking down the Tyrrhenian Sea coast from Santa Severa toward Fiumicino, Italy. The view covers about 115 degrees in 43 separate, well-planned exposures from sunrise to sunset. http://www.danilopivato.com/ Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=141221 #APOD

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Cierra mezcla mexicana en 69.94 dólares por barril

El petróleo mexicano de exportación finalizó la jornada con un descenso de 1.74 dólares respecto a la víspera para ofertarse en el mercado internacional en 69.94 dólares por barril, informó Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex).<p>En esta sesión, los contratos a futuro del combustible fósil presentaron fuertes …