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Mar 17 18:44

NASA's Kepler Space Telescope only has a few months left to live: Agency says the planet-hunting spacecraft is running out of fuel after nine years in space

After almost a decade in flight, NASA's Kepler Space Telescope is reaching the end of its useful life.

NASA announced on Wednesday that the space craft only has a few months left before it 'dies,' as it will soon run out of fuel.

Kepler doesn't have a gas gauge, but estimates show that it is approaching dangerously low levels of fuel.

Mar 17 18:42

The terrifying bug that could allow hackers to access your MacBook WITHOUT a password

Google Chrome Remote Desktop allows users to access their desktop via another computer or smartphone.

If the Mac has guest access enabled, then this can provide a back-door to get hold of password-protected information.

CPR's analyst noticed that by signing in as a guest user, hackers can jump into other sessions, including those started by an administrator account.

For it to work, guest access must be enabled on Mac by the main account holder – the feature is not switched on by default.

Mar 17 18:39

A step towards limitless energy? Scientists zap tiny wires with lasers to create mini-nuclear fusion reactions at record efficiency

Researchers from Colorado State University's (CSU) Advanced Beam Laboratory used a compact but powerful laser they built from scratch to heat tiny, invisible wires, known as nanowires.

These contained a source of deuterium, one of two stable isotopes of hydrogen and a common source of fuel for nuclear fusion reactions.

The experiment resulted in a chain reaction of fusion events, which created a hot and dense plasma containing helium and highly energetic neutrons.

Mar 17 18:36

Driverless cars could be stopped in their tracks by solar storms, experts say

Scientists say driverless cars, if designed in a way that’s too reliant on GPS, may suffer complications during powerful space weather events, making it difficult to carry out their functions as intended.

According to Scott McIntosh, director of the high-altitude observatory at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado, engineers must prepare driverless cars for changes in solar activity.

If they’re too reliant on GPS to get to their destinations, they’ll be unable to do so if a solar storm disrupts the connection, causing them to all have to pull over and wait it out, the expert told Bloomberg.

Magnetic particles from coronal holes could also cause disruptions.

Mar 17 17:43

Maxine Waters: The Ultimate "low IQ" Collection

"Marxist Maxine Waters' district in California is not only the worst place to live in America, she has been voted the 'most corrupt politician' 4 seperate times. In nearly 30 years as an elected official, she has only had her name attached to 3 bills that passed and ultimately became law. Thats a lousy 1 bill per decade."

Mar 17 15:53

'The American people will judge who is honorable and who is not': James Comey hits out at Trump just one day after the former FBI Director's No. 2, Andrew McCabe, was fired

Comey tweeted Saturday: 'Mr. President, the American people will hear my story very soon. And they can judge for themselves who is honorable and who is not.'

Brennan posted an angry tweet on Saturday in response to Trump’s tweet hours earlier celebrating Sessions' decision to fire McCabe.

'When the full extent of your venality, moral turpitude, and political corruption becomes known, you will take your rightful place as a disgraced demagogue in the dustbin of history,' Brennan tweeted early Saturday.

'You may scapegoat Andy McCabe, but you will not destroy America...America will triumph over you.'

Is America another word for "Deep State"?

Mar 17 14:02


Interesting hit this morning from Roger Stone...


Mar 17 13:01

REPORTER | ‘The totality of what Andrew McCabe has done hasn’t been disclosed to the public’…

Reporter Adam Housley drops an intriguing hint of what is still to come out on McCabe.


Mar 17 12:18

UK forced to pay for further F35 upgrades THREE YEARS after ordering new stealth jets

BRITAIN will likely be forced to stump up part of an estimated £12billion ($16bn) bill to upgrade its latest F-35 warplanes with new software.

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has placed orders for 48 the F-35 Lightning IIs at an estimated cost of around £90million ($123m) each.

Although 14 of this initial order have been built by American aerospace giant Lockheed Martin, the planes are still sat in the United States and are awaiting software upgrades which the MoD says will ensure they "remain at the cutting-edge of technology".

Mar 17 12:12

Trump trade war SPIRALS: EU ready to PUNISH 200 brands as US threatened with tech tax

DONALD Trump has lashed out at European Union proposals to target US tech giants such as Google, Facebook and Apple with a digital tax in a bid to clamp down on avoidance as tensions over a potential trade war threaten to boil over.

Relations between Brussels and the White House have become strained over a raft of different issues ranging from proposed steel and aluminium tariffs to data protections and disagreement over the Iran nuclear deal.

Washington has been enraged by the European Commission’s publication of a draft list of US imports to be targeted for retaliatory tariffs, including Jack Daniels whisky and Harley Davidson motorbikes.

And a draft proposal suggesting the new “tech tax” would hit companies with an annual global turnover of more than €750m and total taxable revenues of €50m generated in the EU has done little to improve the transatlantic mood.

Mar 17 12:11

Pentagon and DARPA Seek Predictive A.I. to Uncover Enemy Thoughts

By Nicholas West

I’ve recently been covering the widening use of predictive algorithms in modern-day police work, which frequently has been compared to the “pre-crime” we have seen in dystopian fiction. However, what is not being discussed as often are the many examples of how faulty this data still is...

Nevertheless, according to an article in Defense One, the Pentagon wants to use these potentially flawed algorithms to read enemy intentions and perhaps even to take action based on the findings...

Mar 17 11:33

5-Year-Old Cries as He Watches His Mom Walk Down The Aisle

It was a an unforgettable moment.

A 5-year-old boy was overcome with emotion as he watched his mother walk down the aisle at her Ohio wedding.
Tearra Suber said she didn’t notice her then 5-year-old son, Bryson, was so emotional until she got closer to the altar at her 2016 wedding.

Mar 17 11:32

Linda Perry talks lack of respect, representation for female producers: 'If I were Rick Rubin, they wouldn't have done that'

Linda Perry performs at the Townsend on March 13 in Austin, Texas. (Photo: Lorne Thomson/Redferns)
Linda Perry started off as a ’90s rock trailblazer with 4 Non Blondes, then established herself as one of the most successful producers and songwriters in the business as she worked with fellow strong women like P!nk, Christina Aguilera, Gwen Stefani, Adele, and Courtney Love. But Perry is an anomaly in the business: A famous study from 2010 claimed women accounted for less

Mar 17 11:31

'Exhausted' Toys 'R' Us suppliers weigh options as huge retailer shuts

CHICAGO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - When Toys 'R' Us secured a $3.1 billion bankruptcy loan in September, toy makers were reassured they would be paid for goods delivered to the company as it tried to emerge from Chapter 11.

Mar 17 11:21

Iraq WMD Lies: The Words of Mass Deception

There was a perceptible shift in attitude. Military action was now seen as inevitable. Bush wanted to remove Saddam, through military action, justified by the conjunction of terrorism and WMD. But the intelligence and facts were being fixed around the policy.

Mar 17 11:19

Arkansas School Paddles Kids Who Walked Out For National Gun Protests

By Aaron Kesel

Three students at a Greenbrier, Arkansas high school were bizarrely punished with paddles after walking out of school to participate in the national walkout to protest against gun violence, The Hill reported.

According to multiple reports, the three students were given the choice between in-school suspension or corporal punishment, meaning paddling...

Mar 17 11:11

Russia says it snuck nuclear attack submarines near US bases undetected

Russian media reported on Friday that its military snuck nuclear attack submarines near US military bases and left undetected just weeks after Russian President Vladimir Putin hyped up his country's nuclear capabilities.

Mar 17 11:10

Xi Jinping reappointed as China's president with no term limits

China's rubber-stamp legislature on Saturday unanimously approved the reappointment of Xi Jinping as president with no limit on the number of terms he can serve.

Mar 17 11:10

Trump White House associate George Nader was convicted of child porn charges in Virgina: "And in 2003 he was convicted on 10 counts of sexually abusing underage boys in the Czech Republic, the AP reported"

The Lebanese-American businessman who features prominently in special counsel Robert Mueller’s inquiry was once sentenced to six months on child pornography charges in Virginia, Newsweek has learned.

Mar 17 11:00

A student was suspended after staying in class during walking out. Here’s what actually happened.

Jacob Shoemaker, a senior at Hilliard Davidson High School in Hilliard, Ohio, was in fact suspended. But not because he chose not to join his classmates and the hundreds of thousands of students across the country who walked out of their classrooms to protest gun violence in the wake of a Florida school shooting that left 17 people dead. It was because he didn’t go to a designated area of the school where the non-protesters were supposed to be, and instead stayed by himself in a classroom.

Mar 17 11:00

Alaska Airlines pilot accuses co-pilot of rape in lawsuit, calls it a 'not-dealt-with issue in our industry'

An Alaska Airlines pilot who is suing her employer, claiming that she was drugged and raped by her co-pilot during a layover, said she believes that what happened to her is an industry-wide issue that is often "swept under the rug."

Mar 17 10:59

US Army veteran is fighting deportation after getting denied citizenship

A U.S. Army veteran who served two tours in Afghanistan is in danger of being deported following a years-old drug conviction that sparked ICE's taking him into custody.
Miguel Perez Jr., a native of Mexico, came to the United States legally when he was 8 and grew up in Chicago as a legal permanent resident. He served two tours of duty in Afghanistan prior to being discharged from the Army in 2010 with a diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder, according to ABC station WLS-TV in Chicago.

Mar 17 10:59

Trump signs bill on Taiwan cooperation, defying China’s warnings

US President Donald Trump has signed into law a bill which aims to deepen ties between the US and Taiwan. China has issued multiple warnings to both Washington and Taipei over the law.