November 2008

Ten Most Sexiest Women of 2008

No.1 Karolína Isela Kurková (born February 28, 1984]) is a Czech model, best known as one of the Victoria’s Secret Angels. Mario Testino said of Kurková, “The proportions of her body and her face, as well as her energy level, make her a model who could fit almost into any moment.” Designer Marc Jacons said, “She has an angelic look with a dark side, she’s sweet and fun but looks like she could be an evil bewitching child.” Vogue editor Anna Wintour called her the “next supermodel”. No.2 Bar Refaeli (Hebrew בר רפאלי‎, born June 4, 1985) is an Israeli… Read More »Ten Most Sexiest Women of 2008

Woman Shapes

Body Shape The female form is a combination of multiple attributes which cause many conflicting descriptions when taken as a whole. Three inflection points The female body has three key physical points of inflection: Chest, which is measured across the fullest part of the bust Waist, which is usually measured at the smallest circumference of the abdomen Hips, which is usually measured at the largest circumference of the hips and buttocks The female body usually inflects inward towards the waist around the middle of the abdomen. The waist is smaller than the chest and hips, unless there is a high… Read More »Woman Shapes

Evolution of Periodic Table

Periodic table of elements is classifying known elements in the world into groups where the chemical properties are periodic in nature. From an element’s address inside the table, one can easily know its broad properties. Periodic table of elements have been evolving continuously becuase new elements are being discovered regualrly. Following picture depicts the evolution of table.

Metagenomics

Metagenomics is described as “the comprehensive study of nucleotide sequence, structure, regulation, and function”. Scientists can study the smallest component of an environmental system by extracting DNA from organisms in the system and inserting it into a model organism. The model organism then expresses this DNA where it can be studied using standard laboratory techniques.