Wednesday, June 25, 2008

NYT : Dark, Perhaps Forever

I have been meaning to post this a few weeks but I didn't get a chance to do that until now.

The article has outlined some ideas about the expansion of our universe and how it has grappled with the gravitational force. The universe may have expanded rapidly after the big bang then slowed down due to dark matter and atoms filled up part of the universe. A period later, the dark energy could have influenced the universe's new rapid expansion. The article is worth reading. below, you will find the link that could get you fascinated!

Dark, Perhaps Forever

Yahoo : Fossil of most primitive 4-legged creature found

Here's triumph news. A skull of most primitive four-legged creature was unearthed. This fossil is about 365-million-year-old and this appears to be related to tetrapod family. It's known as Ventastega. This species may have vanished while other tetrapods went to take over the land. With this discovery, it pushes evolutionary biologists closer to understand how fish evolved to tetrapods. For further reading, click on the link below.

Fossil of most primitive 4-legged creature found