The Formation Mechanism of Spiral Galaxy is not a Mystery

Picture of NGC1300 rodlike spiral galaxy.
Picture of NGC1300 rodlike spiral galaxy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On a splendid star night, when you look at the sky, facing bling bling stars, you will remember many ancient myths. The modern scientific discovery proves that the Earth where we are is in the Milky Way. In a deep universe, there are many galaxies, like Milky Way. Astro-observation finds that most of galaxies outside the Milky Way show a spiral shape, known as spiral galaxy.

On March 17, 2014, Science and Technology Daily has reported a scientific news, “the obesity or flat of the galaxy depends on the rotational speed.” The report has pointed out, “some spiral galaxies are fat and uplift, while other spiral galaxies are flat discs. The galaxy seems so different and Continue reading

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Response to a Blog Post “Open Access Linguistics: You’re Doing It Wrong”

We noticed a blog entry with the title “Open Access Linguistics: You’re Doing It Wrong”. It was released online with date 2014-04-02 and marked online as 2014-04-01:

http://troutworthy.blogspot.co.uk/2014_04_01_archive.html

We are not taking this as a April Fool’s Day joke and would like to make clarifications for our readers, authors, reviewers, Editorial Board members who always support us. Continue reading

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Sociometric Attractiveness on Facebook

Author(s): Kate M. Stam1, Glen T. Cameron2, Antonie Stam

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facebookAdvertisers are keen on finding ways to leverage social network sites (SNS) such as Facebook, one of the premier SNS today, to improve their image, the perception of their products and sales revenue. Facebook facilitates social interaction online, and therefore develops a better understanding of the effect of impression management and social attractiveness on SNS. We focus on the impact of two prominent features of a Facebook profile, number of friends and number of photos that the user is tagged in, Continue reading

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Ocurrence of Entomopathogenic Fungus from Flea Ctenocephalides canis (Siphonaptera: Pulicidae)

Author(s):Jonathan E. Ortega-Palomares, Hector G. Nuñez-Palenius, Ana M. Cruz-Avalos, Aarón A. Hernández-Rangel, Roberto Lezama-Gutiérrez, César A. Angel-Sahagún

ABSTRACT

C. canis flea collected from dog.
C. canis flea collected from dog.

The objective of this study was to isolate entomopathogenic fungus from fleas (Ctenocephalides canis Curtis) collected from Cannis familiaris specimens. From 60 collected fleas, two dead insects presented white mycelia growth on the body surface, changing to a creamy color as time passed; the insects presented a mummified aspect, typical characteristic caused by entomopathogenic fungus. This fungus was identified as Beauveria bassiana Continue reading

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In Response to Accusations Related to a Controversial Researcher, Offices, Incorporation, and Tax

This is SCIRP’s response to a blog post by Jeffrey Beall who is campaigning against Open Access and as such also against SCIRP as one of the largest Open Access journal publishers. The blog post is:

http://scholarlyoa.com/2014/07/31/is-scientific-research-publishing-scirp-publishing-pseudo-science

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Mountains and Stones in Prehistory of Humanity (Explanation of Wide Spread of Great Goddess Heart-Like Images Worldwide since the Stone Age)

Author(s): Elena A. Mironova

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Statue of Buddah Maitreiya in Leshan (China).
Statue of Buddah Maitreiya in Leshan (China).

This report is aimed to demonstrate unification of heart-like images of an anthropomorphic face (presumably, the reflection of Great Goddess), noticed by us, on the ancient petroglyphs, stones and mountains as well as on the artifacts of the Stone Age and later times across Eurasia, Africa, Oceania and America. This image/face of Great Goddess has stable and recognizable characteristic features, namely, a triangular cut in the center of a forehead and a triangular low part. This combination has been steadily repeated throughout the time and across different continents, thus proving the hypothesis about migration of the Continue reading

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Smart Phone Application Evaluation with Usability Testing Approach

Author(s): Naseer Ahmad, Muhammad Waqas Boota, Abdul Hye Masoom

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In this paper, we present a narrative role methodology based on different people’s opinions, which is now implemented in our research environment for the purpose of testing novel techniques, the usability testing of most common used smart phones such as Android and Apple smart phone application. This research analysis is carried out for various Continue reading

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How Wonderful. Upper Limit of Graviton is over 400,000 Times of Speed of Light, which is from the Report of Observation Data

Seeing big news is a remarkable find in the human scientific research. Now send a news-link to you and hope you and everyone utilize various information channels to spread widely and not swamp by information ocean.

The Velocity Measurement of Graviton and Movement Locus of Graviton in the Spiral Galaxy

Speed Testing of the Graviton and the Movement Track of Graviton in the Spiral GalaxyAbstract: The dream measurement work of scientists is to gain the speed of graviton through experimental data. No matter what is the speed value, it’s very important for the building of current physics theory. Professor Luo Pingan, a Chinese scholar, has drawn several particularly significant conclusions through utilizing the built physical model for graviton movement of spiral galaxy. Continue reading

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“Big Bang” singularity disappears, so human doesn’t have to worry

Black holeSeeing big news that the singularity in the Newton and Einstein Universe model researched by scientists over the years does not exist originally and “Big Bang” that human has worried about for many years is a false proposition, which is a amazing. Now send a news-link to you and hope you and everyone utilize various information channels to spread widely and not swamp by information ocean.

Abstract: On Sep. 29, 2014, the news in the Xinhua reported, “A scientist from University of North Carolina has proved that black hole could not exist at all.” Professor Luo Pingan, a Chinese scholar, started from the most basic physical model and proved that if the research results of this two papers are right, human doesn’t have to worry about the “Big Bang” any more. Continue reading

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A Novel Data Preparation Approach for Target Based Association Rule Mining

Author(s): Prachi Singh, Rajendra Kumar Gupta

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Target based association rules extract the correlation between targets in and around strategically specified regions. These rules can be used to predict and estimate the future results and find the faulty targets, etc. To extract these rules efficiently and effectively data preparation is required. The existing mechanisms of data preparation have the problem of redundancy in the data. As a consequence, Continue reading

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