Conference on Astrophysics of Cataclysmic
Variables and Related Objects (2004: Strasbourg, France) Ed.
Researchers at Canada's national particle accelerator, TRIUMF, recently announced that they have successfully simulated the reaction of the unstable, radioactive isotope sodium 21 during nova and other cataclysmic
stellar events, bringing them one step closer to understanding how matter is produced in the universe.
This is a future in which cataclysmic
world shaking events are presented and arranged in the chronological order in which they will occur.
possible uses include a new generation of super weapons--either pure antimatter bombs or antimatter-triggered nuclear weapons," continues the paper.
According to McGuire, the resulting tsunami would have cataclysmic
results for the Canary Islands and the north African coast within two hours, and 10 hours later, enormous tidal waves traveling at the speed of a jet airplane would hit the East Coast of the United States.
In the wake of the Quiet Revolution of the 1960s, the dominant Catholic culture suffered a cataclysmic
He said: ``It was a cataclysmic
mistake and we apologise.
Andrew Gilligan, the Today reporter whose story about the 'sexed-up' Iraq dossier triggered a cataclysmic
fallout with Downing Street, has been offered a new job on the Spectator.
The evening newscasts and the print journalists did a more thorough job of sorting through the cases (and the shifting messages of the Religious Right, which went from near jubilation in the morning to cataclysmic
denunciation by mid-afternoon).
Rather, it is about finding and touching a sense of the sacred, if it is to be found at all, which may somehow lurk at the very core of the horrendous, the cataclysmic
, the unthinkable.
A remarkable dancer and teacher, Agrippina Yakovlevna Vaganova (1879-1951) lived through cataclysmic
These actions portend literally a cataclysmic
shift in the way security for old age is provided.