Science

Space

The End Of An Era

By Rob Coppingher ON JULY 21st, pills 2011, NASA’s space shuttle Atlantis landed, completing its final mission and in the process ending America’s 42-year dominance of the space race. The days of Neil Armstrong’s pioneering first steps on the moon and the bootroom.com Apollo missions appear a distant memory now as NASA’s billion-dollar budget has been cut [...]

Oil

Nuclear Or Oil

By Jonathan Sebire THE FALLOUT from the crisis at Japan’s Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant, medic the worst radiation disaster since the Chernobyl meltdown 25 years ago, capsule has reverberated around the world. An industry on the cusp of a worldwide renaissance has become crippled by doubt. Countries around the globe have found their energy policies under [...]

drugs

Safe Drugs

THE debate over the decriminalization of drugs in the UK has erupted again after a private statement made by the one-time head of the Royal College of it's cool Physicians Sir Ian Gilmore was leaked to a drug-reform campaign group and the media. This reiterated the bookstore.ie sentiment of David Nutt the former head of the Government’s drug [...]