Archive for November, 2009

A tsunami on the Sun

NASA has announced that it has taken a "tsunami" solar. The two spacecraft's twin Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory mission (STEREO) have taken up the problem in February 2009. A sunspot, number 11012, suddenly exploded. The blast hurled a cloud of gas in space billions of tons of weight, and this [...]

OECD: GDP in recovery "

In the third quarter of 2009 gross domestic product in the OECD area rose by 0.8% over the previous quarter, while in the second quarter growth in OECD countries but was stopped (0%). In the seven most industrialized countries (G7) GDP grew by 0.7% against a growth of 0% the previous quarter. Inside the [...]

U.S., 49 million hungry

According to data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, for 2008, 49 million Americans do not have the certainty of having enough to eat. This figure is the worst since 1995, since when it has begun to collect data on hunger in the country. 14.5% of American households have difficulty in buying food, while [...]

NASA: "The Moon is no water"

There is no water on the moon and in quantity. NASA has come to this conclusion at the end of the experiment of "bombing" lunar conducted about a month ago. The Centaur rocket hit the moon's surface, inside the crater where Cabeus not reach the sunlight, creating a crater and generating debris (which reached a [...]

Payables Football

According to a study published by Il Sole 24 hours of the 20 first division clubs have debts of € 1.882 billion. 22.9% of these debts would be borne by one of Inter, who finished the year ended June 30, 2009 with total gross debt of € 431.55 million (up from 395 [...]

Paid News: Bloomberg thinks, Murdoch brakes

According to the Wall Street Journal Bloomberg would be thinking of setting up a subscription in order to access certain sections of your site The head of Bloomberg's web activities, Kevin Krim, would like to reserve certain sections of the site, now completely free of charge, only those who subscribe to a subscription for $ 1000 a year. Time will tell if [...]

U.S., record unemployment

The U.S. Department of Labor announced that the U.S. unemployment rate reached 10.2%, is the highest value ever achieved by 1983, 26 years ago. Despite recent quarter U.S. GDP grew by 3.5% in October, 190,000 Americans have lost their jobs, [...]

Ford, useful for a billion dollars

The American automaker back to make a profit. In the last quarter (third quarter of 2009), Ford has made profits for nearly a billion dollars, 997 million to be precise. In the same period last year had recorded a loss of $ 161 million. The 2008 ended with a rather [...]

U.S., also fails Cit Group

CIT Group, a major American financial companies, has initiated bankruptcy proceedings for the administration by using the so-called chapter 11. Cit Group had received aid for about 2.3 billion dollars from the U.S. government. The Treasury Department has provided, since last year, aid for about 400 billion dollars to several companies [...]

700 million people worldwide are ready to emigrate

700 million adults worldwide (about 16% of adults on Earth), coming mainly from Africa, are ready to emigrate permanently in search of a better future despite the current economic crisis. A support is a Gallup study presented in Athens at the Global Forum for Migration and Development. [...]