June, 2017

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Russia unveils next generation ‘Star Wars’ combat uniform

Item was unveiled at National University of Science and Technology in Moscow All-black kit includes a helmet with a tinted glass visor topped with radio cable Worn by model soldier cradling fearsome-looking firearm in pair of black gloves Arms covered with khaki-patterned material and pads bearing the Russian flag  By RoryRead More

A College Town Gets Ready for Its Own Moment Underneath No Sun –

CARBONDALE, Ill. — During soccer season, a maroon mob accumulates in Saluki Stadium as thousands of Southern Illinois University supporters come to cheer their hometown heroes. On Aug. 21, almost 3 weeks before the match, viewers will pack the arena. But all eyes will be on the skies, not theRead More

The Statue of Liberty was red before it turned green

When the statue of liberty was gifted to the US from France in 1885, she was actually a shiny copper color But the statue changed from its shiny copper color to a dull brown, and finally to its blue-green color of today  This was as a result of reactions betweenRead More

Drumming Cockatoos and Love’s Rhythms –

Whales and songbirds create sounds resembling human songs, and chimpanzees and crows work with resources. But one nonhuman creature is known to wed both of these abilities. Palm cockatoos from Australia change sticks and pods and utilize them to circulate rhythms that are normal, according to study published on WednesdayRead More

Hacks Raise Debate Over N.S.A.’s Hold Cyberweapons –

Twice in the last month, National Security Agency cyberweapons stolen by the toolbox are turned against two quite different partners of the United States — both Britain and Ukraine. The N.S.A. has kept quiet, not comprehending its role in creating the weapons. White House officials also have deflected concerns, andRead More

High-energy laser gun fires off an Apache helicopter

Weapon is almost silent and invisible which makes it hard for enemies to detect First time a laser has successfully fired on a target from a rotary-wing aircraft Laser systems have been on the Apache since 1984 when it first entered service However, they were low-powered and could only guideRead More

A new type of Tech Job Emphasizes Skills, Not a College Degree –

ROCKET CENTER, W.Va. — A couple of decades back, Sean Bridges resided with his mom, Linda, at Wiley Ford, W.Va. Their revenue has been her Social Security disability test. He applied to work but they weren’t hiring. However while Mr. Bridges had no work historythat he still had specific abilities.Read More

Facebook now has 2 billion monthly active usersĀ 

CEO Mark Zuckerberg posted on Facebook saying it has 2B monthly active users Said this milestone is bringing the firm closer to connecting the world Announcement comes 13 years after site launched on the internet By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said the social media website can takeRead More

Fire might be the Only Cure for Elk and a Plague Killing Deer –

Mark D. Zabel would like to place some flames. Dr. Zabel and his colleagues have been developing plans to wake up off plots of National Park Service land in Arkansas and Colorado. They’ll spare a few elk and deer a death since the researchers expect when the experiments turn out.Read More

Google Fined Record $2.7 Billion at E.U. Antitrust Ruling –

Google suffered a significant setback on Tuesday following European antitrust officials insisted that the hunt giant a record $2.7 billion to get unfairly favoring a few of its services over these competition. The penalty, of 2.4 billion euros, highlights the competitive stance that European leaders also have taken in regulatingRead More