"They have a number of observations that could be indicative of [ancient] life." If the new findings were in Earth rocks, he adds, "people would say 'you've got intriguing
evidence, but you haven't proved it yet.'"
The possibilities she envisions for constructing a psychological portrait of Shakespeare himself is equally intriguing
. If, in the foundation chapters, she asks implicitly why Shakespeare would have been immune from the psychological profile outlined by so many actors, in chapter three ("Richard III: Shakespeare's 'False Glass'") she hypothesizes that John Shakespeare's personal weakness and social decline, the death of Shakespeare's sister, and his socially formidable mother were the early influences that set William on the psychological path to playing.
The story is energetic, fast-paced and provides intriguing
The technique employed to find these galaxies, McMahon adds, is almost as intriguing
as the team's results.
It also boasts an open courtyard and such intriguing
architectural features as winding passages and a moatlike main entrance.
But it's intriguing
, he adds, that so many of the galaxies reside in pairs or groups and that a substantial number appear distorted, as if they were undergoing violent interactions with their neighbors.
Hubble will serve as a scout for the Galileo spacecraft, scoping out intriguing
features for the craft to investigate during its 2-year Jovian mission.
That's an intriguing
number, Bottke notes, because it's close to the actual percentage of large, paired craters on Earth.
"That's an intriguing
design strategy, one that can show us how nature self assembles a complex material.
Looking back over the record of past tremors, a seismologist has discerned an apparent pattern in the way Earth releases energy through great quakes - an intriguing
discovery that could open new avenues for predicting seismic shocks and for studying the way Earth's plates move.
The team discovered that 17 meteorites that fell to Earth between 1855 and 1895 formed an intriguing
pattern -- a broad line in the northern hemisphere that extends for several thousand kilometers.
The study revealed several intriguing
, star-like entities that glowed brightly in red light but dimly in blue--characteristics of distant quasars, notes McMahon, of the University of Cambridge in England.