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BBC Knowledge is a magazine for young inquisitive minds where well- researched, handpicked stories are matched with breath-taking visuals to cover science. BBC Knowledge - January We're at the cusp of great discovery. from NASA, and a celebration of India's three space heroes in In Focus. December 19, Magazine. BBC Gardeners’ World – February Previous Homes & Interiors Scotland – January February


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But herring gulls have a 1. Water is times denser than air, and, around 62 million years ago, penguins began evolving adaptations for swimming underwater. Their bones are filled with heavy bone marrow rather than air and they have much larger stomachs for undergoing long fishing trips away from the nest.

In the s, the eminent British physicist Paul Dirac suggested that gravity might get weaker as the Universe expanded, prompting astronomers to look for evidence. During the s, studies of the Moon suggested it was moving away from the Earth. Most of the increase in distance could be explained using standard theories of how the gravity fields of the Moon and Earth interact.

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But some of the increase pointed to a weakening of the force of gravity itself, as Dirac had predicted. The claim attracted a lot of media interest, but, by the early s, experiments involving precise timing of signals from planetary probes found no evidence for changes in the strength of gravity. RM Up to a point.

If the body of the neuron is still intact, the branches that extend out from the cell body can regrow at a rate of about 2cm per month.

If the surrounding membrane of a nerve bundle is still intact, the neuron can grow along this, to its original target. The main reason is that it protects the aircraft from the effects of solar radiation. Aircraft struggle to stay cool while loading and unloading passengers at airports in hot countries, and brilliant white paint helps bounce back some of the sunlight.

All material published in BBC Knowledge is protected by copyright and unauthorizedreproductioninpartorfullisprohibited. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or part prohibited without permission.

Publishing bbc. But herring gulls have a 1. Water is times denser than air, and, around 62 million years ago, penguins began evolving adaptations for swimming underwater.

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Their bones are filled with heavy bone marrow rather than air and they have much larger stomachs for undergoing long fishing trips away from the nest.

In the s, the eminent British physicist Paul Dirac suggested that gravity might get weaker as the Universe expanded, prompting astronomers to look for evidence. During the s, studies of the Moon suggested it was moving away from the Earth.

Most of the increase in distance could be explained using standard theories of how the gravity fields of the Moon and Earth interact. But some of the increase pointed to a weakening of the force of gravity itself, as Dirac had predicted. The claim attracted a lot of media interest, but, by the early s, experiments involving precise timing of signals from planetary probes found no evidence for changes in the strength of gravity.

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RM Up to a point. If the body of the neuron is still intact, the branches that extend out from the cell body can regrow at a rate of about 2cm per month. If the surrounding membrane of a nerve bundle is still intact, the neuron can grow along this, to its original target. The main reason is that it protects the aircraft from the effects of solar radiation.

Aircraft struggle to stay cool while loading and unloading passengers at airports in hot countries, and brilliant white paint helps bounce back some of the sunlight. It also helps protect aircraft parts made out of composite materials from damage through ultraviolet radiation, which is substantially higher at altitude. So, every 1, years, 75 per cent of the genetic information is lost. After 6.

Bacterial RNA is much tougher and sequences have been recovered from ice crystals that are million years old. The channel's original schedule style was initially a 'bright and breezy' approach to education, aimed at both adults and children, with viewers encouraged to get involved and contribute to the programming. Original programme included a GCSE survival guide based upon the popular BBC series " Bitesize ", entitled "Bitesize Etc" and the technology series The Kit , aimed at children and getting them online and embracing digital.

Relaunch[ edit ] A few years into the channel's existence, it was becoming clear that the channel's original format was not working in its aim of interacting with viewers and making learning fun. The channel was receiving consistently poor ratings, and the BBC decided to relaunch the channel.

In addition to this, the format was changed to a serious, documentary channel with scheduling arranged into 'zones' depending on topics. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources.

Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. December Learn how and when to remove this template message However, the real reason for the shift in programming was because the incumbent government delayed approving new BBC digital plans.We predict the the future of your reading is looking bright Reproduction in whole or part prohibited without permission.

Life After Man was yet another appealing topic. These questions and more answered by our panel of experts 18 Snapshots Enthral and inform yourself with these amazing photographs!

This page was last edited on 6 April , at Both companies had different ideas on how the new channels would be run: the BBC wanted the channels branded as BBC channels, but Flextech wanted the channels to contain advertising.