Articles by Ajit Jha

Solar panel installation
Most Solar Panels Installed In Wrong Direction: Why Has Conventional Wisdom Misled Us For So Long?
Nov 19, 2013 11:38 AM E
For years, those in the Northern Hemisphere have been installing solar panels in the wrong direction, facing true south, when the optimal direction is actually something else entirely.
Petroglyphs carved in rocks by the Navajo and Hopi native American tribes.
Tracing The Earliest Americans Through Mitochondrial DNA
Nov 19, 2013 11:37 AM E
The history of humans in the Americas is still a mystery, but some scientists are using DNA analysis to better understand the continent's earliest humans.
Brittany Murphy and her husband Simon Monjack
Brittany Murphy May Have Died From Rat Poisoning: Mystery Of Death Intensifies With New Toxicology Report
Nov 19, 2013 07:10 AM E
A new, independent, toxicology report ordered by Brittany Murphy's father indicates that she and her husband may have been poisoned using rat poison or insect poison.
Stingray
Stingrays’ Swimming Inspires Submarine Designers To Create A Better Watercraft
Nov 15, 2013 13:47 PM E
The stingray is one of the ocean's stealthiest swimmers — which is why engineers are looking to the animal for inspiration in designing new submarine models.
A dog fossil
Do Dogs Come From East Asia Or Europe? New DNA Study Contradicts Old Beliefs
Nov 15, 2013 12:47 PM E
A recent study pinpoints the first dog in Europe, thousands of miles away from East Asia, where the animal was previously thought to be from.
Sinkhole in Dunedin, Florida, November 2013
Florida Sinkhole 2013: Disaster Causes Homes To Collapse Like A Pack Of Cards
Nov 15, 2013 12:14 PM E
A Florida sinkhole in Dunedin caused at least two homes to come crashing down,
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