The Graphite bomb (G-Bomb), when exploded over electrical installations, makes a cloud of ultrafine carbon fibre wires, short - circuiting the electrical systems. The Allied forces made a maiden attempt in the Gulf war in 1991 and severed 85% of Iraq's power supplies.
Fifty radioactive materials occur naturally, including uranium. 2000 radioactive materials like plutonium are made artificially.
Used for laser research, the fastest camera in the world is able to take up to 33 billion images per second.
Scientists speculated that the Archae bacteria are the earth's earliest life forms and primitive unicellular organisms, adapted to living in the extreme conditions present at that time. They are still present, living in deep sea vents, where the air and water pressures are very high and the temperature is above the boiling point of water.
The most organs (7)-a liver, pancreas, stomach, large and small intestines and 2 kidneys were transplanted into a 10 month old baby girl during a single operation of 16 hours at Jackson Children's Hospital in Miami, Florida (USA) on arch 1997 by Dr. Andreas Tzakis (USA).
The largest robot was built for the film 'Jurassic park'. It housed a model Tyrannosaurus Rex, which is 5.5 m tall and 14 m long.
The longest biography in publishing industry is ongoing biography of Winston Churchill (UK), begun by his son Randolph and continued by biographer Martin Gilbert The book currently comprises 8 volumes, with a total of 16 companion volumes, a containing around 10 million words.
University students in Australia have built a robot that trims the wool from sheep.
Voyager 1, launched from Florida (USA) on September 1997, the farthest man-made object from the earth over 13000 billion km away, is the most remote, man-made object ever in the world.
Laser light is a bright artificial light and even brighter for its size than the sun. It creates intense beams that can punch a hole in steel.