There’s something mysterious coming up from the frozen ground in Antarctica, and it could break physics as we know it.
The New York Times is seeking evidence of Russian interference during a debate on placing restrictions on the internet in the US. It’s alleged a public commenting system was invaded by hackers.
Using Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA), the US president will soon be able to send a text message to every phone in the country as part of a Bush-era FEMA program.
The video-sharing giant took down four Syrian state-run YouTube channels, including two channels belonging to state media and the official account of the Syrian presidency, amid escalating tensions in the militant-held province of Idlib and repeated warnings by the Russian military that the White Helmets were planning a new false flag chemical attack.
Scientists have discovered that hundreds of bacterial species are capable of producing electricity and could very well be co-opted to create “living batteries.”
As Syrian and Russian government forces prepare to recapture the last “rebel stronghold” of Idlib province from Al Qaeda-linked terrorists, YouTube has abruptly shut down all Syrian state and pro-Syrian channels in heed of Russia’s warnings of an anticipated false-flag chemical attack staged by the White Helmets, to be used as grounds for US-UK-France retaliatory strikes.
Project plans to halve debris field the size of France within five years.
In acoustophoretic printing, soundwaves generate a controllable force that pulls each droplet off of the nozzle when it reaches a specific size and ejects it towards the printing target – much like picking apples from a tree!
The mission will see scientists detonate an explosive on the rock known as Ryugu.
The silence of the press, whose own fate is inextricably intertwined, regarding the ongoing persecution of Julian Assange is deafening.