Wednesday afternoon, while Western New York was bathed in sunshine, the sun experienced a massive eruption.
A solar flare spewed a burst of high energy toward the earth. Luckily for us, Earth is surrounded by a layer that protects us from these harmful outbursts, but these energy surges can be rather disruptive to life as
The Precision Guided Firearm (PGF) developed by TrackingPoint is the most accurate shooting system in the world. Called the Xact SystemTM, it solves multiple problems that long range shooters face. The Xact System ensures repeatable performance and accuracy even at extended ranges.
Tracking Point equipped Rifle, A Precision Guided Forearm
The PGF also
The information was confirmed by the president of the Medical Association in Aragua state (north Venezuela). Four adults and four children died in recent hours at the Maracay’s Central Hospital after being admitted with a 40 C-fever, general discomfort, and skin rashes that turned into blisters
Hospital in Venezuela
How the disease is transmitted
Two Navy F/A-18 fighter jets from the carrier USS Carl Vinson have crashed in the Western Pacific, officials said. One of the pilots has been rescued, but Navy ships and helicopters continue the search for the second.
A file photo from the U.S. Navy shows an F/A-18E Super Hornet landing on the
The BMP Atom has been co-developed by Burevestnik (petrel) Central research institute (which is part of the UVZ) and the French Renault Trucks Defense Company.
Atom will be displayed Sunday 22nd – Thursday 26th February, at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center
BAKU, September 12. /ITAR-TASS/. The infantry combat vehicle
On CNN’s “The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer,” Obama White House National Security Adviser Susan Rice said the president’s actions against ISIS are “very different” from America being at war.
U.S. National Security Advisor Susan Rice
Rice said, “I don’t know whether you want to call it a war or sustained counter-terrorism campaign.
Well, How does a fine of $250,000 a day until compliance sound?
The U.S. government threatened to fine Yahoo $250,000 a day in 2008 if it failed to comply with a broad demand to hand over user communications — a request the company believed was unconstitutional — according to court documents unsealed Thursday that illuminate
People who live close to natural gas fracking wells were more likely to have skin and respiratory symptoms than those living farther away, according to a new Yale study.
Grasslands scattered with fracking wells
The study of natural gas hydraulic fracturing, often called “fracking,” was conducted in southwestern Pennsylvania, where “there were over 600
Two Russian strategic bombers conducted practice cruise missile attacks on the United States during a training mission last week that defense officials say appeared timed to the NATO summit in Wales.
Russian Tu-95 Bear bomber
The Russian Tu-95 Bear bombers were tracked flying a route across the northern Atlantic near
Russia’s foreign ministry said today that US airstrikes against Islamist militants in Syria without a UN Security Council mandate would be an act of aggression.
US airstrikes of Islamic State in Iraq – a US Air Force KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft refuels a Navy F/A-18F Super Hornet aircraft assigned to Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 213
Federal officials are planning a new for-profit family detention lockup for immigrant children and their parents in South Texas. The 2,400-bed “South Texas Family Detention Center”—as Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is referring to it—is slated for a 50-acre site just outside the town of Dilley, 70 miles southwest of San Antonio.
Australian researchers create ‘solar ink’ that can be printed on a material and used to charge smartphones and laptops.
Printed Solar Cells
Renewable energy generation that allows flexible solar power cells to be printed off and attached to places such as windows and smartphones is close to commercialization, the CSIRO has said.
Russia carried out a successful test of its new Bulava intercontinental nuclear missile on Wednesday and will perform two more test launches in October and November, the head of its naval forces said.
Bulava Launched from Submarine
The armed forces have boosted their military training and test drills since the start
Authorities in Kazakhstan are on high alert after a container holding highly radioactive material mysteriously disappeared while in transport in the western region of the country on Sept. 2.
Switzerland will most likely guarantee safety to National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden, if he comes to testify against the NSA’s spying activities, Swiss media said.
US National Security Agency NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden (AFP Photo / Frederick Florin)
In the document, titled “What rules are to be
Titan is unique in the outer solar system in that it is the only one of the bodies outside the Earth with liquid lakes and seas on its surface.
The Titanian seas, however, are not composed of water, like Earth’s seas, but are seas of liquid hydrocarbons. What lies beneath the surface of Titan’s
A 16-year-old high school girl in Rock Hill, S.C. told police that another high school girl taunted her on a school bus and then beat her up after she got off the bus. The assailant allegedly was angry at the victim because she was behaving “too much like a white person.”
British female jihadis are running an ultra-religious police force that punishes women for un-Islamic behaviour in territory controlled by Islamist terrorists, The Sunday Telegraph can disclose.
ISIS Police Vehicle
Despite the rise of international organizations and the globalization of news and popular culture, it is the great powers that create and influence world conditions.
THE search to uncover the identity of Jack the Ripper has apparently come to an end
A suspicious character … an etching of a ‘vigilance committee’ identifying possible suspects in London in 1888. Picture: The Illustrated London News
DNA on a shawl found near one of the victims, Catherine Eddowes, reportedly contains a
Maria Fernandes, a New Jersey woman with three part-time jobs who died while sleeping in her car between shifts, was remembered on Friday as much for her generosity as for becoming the face of millions of struggling U.S. low-wage workers.
Marias’ tight schedule and exhaustion between 3 slave wage part time jobs caused her