Donald Trump Is Testing Twitter’s Harassment Policy The rules are simple, okay? No threats of violence. No targeted abuse or harassment. No inciting anybody else to engage in targeted abuse or harassment. No hateful conduct. Now think about Donald Trump’s the tweeting habits. Is he breaking those rules, which come from Twitter’s terms of service ? Violent threats (direct or indirect) : You may not make threats of violence or promote violence, incl
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Juno spacecraft to fly over Jupiter's Great Red Spot July 10Just days after celebrating its first anniversary in Jupiter orbit, NASA's Juno spacecraft will fly directly over Jupiter's Great Red Spot, the gas giant's iconic, 10,000-mile-wide (16,000-kilometer-wide) storm. This will be humanity's first up-close and personal view of the gigantic feature—a storm monitored since 1830 and possibly existing for more than 350 years.
This May Be Responsible for the High Suicide Rate Among White, American Men Should we create a new interpretation of masculinity or build a gender neutral world? Read More
In Worrisome Move, Kaspersky Agrees to Turn Over Source Code to US Government Photo: Getty Over the last couple of weeks, there’s been a disturbing trend of governments demanding that private tech companies share their source code if they want to do business. Now, the US government is giving the same ultimatum and it’s getting what it wants. On Sunday, the CEO of security firm Kaspersky Labs, Eugene Kaspersky, told the Associated Press that he’s willing to show the US gove
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Ebola outbreak in Africa ends — but gaps in public health leave region vulnerable But experts say effective response to the outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo helped prevent the virus from spreading. Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2017.22227
Everything you need to know about the explosive science of fireworks Science Light 'em up. Fireworks aren't magic, they're science; learn the chemistry behind these holiday staples.
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Chinese rocket launch fails one hour after lift-offA powerful rocket, the Long March-5 Y2, failed an hour after lift-off from Hainan island.
Read some seriously strange time travel stories from sci-fi’s modern masters David Demaret A flight from Tokyo to San Francisco jumps though time and lands 20 years in the future. That's the short version of a writing prompt taken up by 22 of today's most exciting science fiction writers, each of whom contributed stories about the flight's temporally dislocated passengers to an anthology called Seat 14C . Now you can read the book for free online, and I guarantee you'll b
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Suggestions for Your Weekend Watch List–Let's Talk Energy EfficiencyWhole Foods versus Hilton. NAVY versus Air Force. Boston versus Atlanta. Check out this series of videos from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Buildings initiative, which focus on… — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Image Comics Pulls Comic Book Cover That Showed Violent Lynching Part of the new cover for Issue 4, originally from Issue 6. All Images: Image Comics Image Comics has pulled the cover for Issue 4 of The Divided States of Hysteria , after readers were upset at how it showed a man of color hanged to death after being castrated. The cover, which can be viewed at the bottom of the article, was for the upcoming September issue of Divided States of Hysteria by Howar
Want to be cool as a cucumber all summer long? Gadgets Items to keep the summer swelter to a minimum Items to keep you cool in the sweltering summer heat. Read on.
How Honda Killed Torque Steer in the 2018 Type RSo you can enjoy the hot hatch's horsepower without that annoying twitch.
Eerie Photos of Totally Creepy Amusement ParksEverything's spookier after dark.
The Casual Gamer's Guide to Video Gaming in 2017 Image: Sony/Microsoft/Nintendo The new consoles have finally been announced , the dust is beginning to settle, and now there are a lot of choices for anyone wanting to make their way back into gaming or starting from scratch. Maybe you don’t know one PS4 SKU from another or have any idea who Nathan Drake is —and that’s okay. Not everyone has the time or the motivation to be a gaming enthusiast, a
NASA simulerer meteornedslag for at beskytte JordenI en ny simulation kan man se, hvad der virkelig skete, da meteor ramte kloden i 2013.
80 år efter Amelia Earharts forsvinden: Nu skal knoglesnusende hunde finde pilotenSiden Amelia Earhart forsvandt under sin rekordlange jordomrejse i 1937, har hendes forsvinden været omgærdet af mystik. Nu forsøger en ekspedition at finde nye spor i gåden om flypioneren.
Sunday's Best Deals: Audible Memberships, Shark Navigator, Toilet Paper, and More A $32 wake-up light, Shark’s Navigator vacuum , and discounted Audible memberships lead off Sunday’s best deals from around the web. Bookmark Kinja Deals and follow us on Twitter to never miss a deal. Top Tech Deals Fosmon 5-Port HDMI Switch , $13 No matter how many HDMI ports are on your TV, chances are, it’s not enough. Luckily, this affordable five-port HDMI switch will let you plug in a ton o
More than Carpool Karaoke, these new features persuade drivers to buy dash cams Video shot/edited by Jennifer Hahn. (video link) In the time that's passed since we reviewed a number of dash cams last year, the essential use of an in-car camera hasn't changed. Dash cams record footage of the road in front of you (and sometimes behind) while you drive, ensuring you have a video account of any incident that occurs while you're in or around your vehicle. But dash cams haven't re
How to stream music all around your house DIY Bring the tunes upstairs and downstairs. If you want to get your music streaming all over your home, you've got a lengthy list of devices and platforms to pick from. We can help you pick the one that's right…
Serena Williams Responds to John McEnroe on Twitter, Plus More Volleys of the WeekLast week the tennis player challenged Serena Williams' skills. She responded with a perfect volley of tweets.
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'One Of A Kind' Collection Of Animal Eyeballs Aids Research On Vision Problems Most of the 56,000 eyes sent to the little lab in Wisconsin come from vets who want help diagnosing dogs, cats and horses. But the repository also has eyes from sloths, elephant seals and dragonflies. (Image credit: Andyworks (from left), Ralf Hettler, vicmicallef/iStockPhoto )
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy: As good as the uneven series will ever get Enlarge / Sadly, Activision didn't unlock an option in which you're a human wearing a giant Crash costume, like in the old ads. Oh well. (credit: Activision / Vicarious Visions ) Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy gets about as much right as a game trilogy of this scope possibly could. A few uneven and unoptimized classic-game remasters have been pumped out in recent years, and I'm happy to report t
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Here’s how a child sees a Van Gogh paintingChildren’s eyes are drawn to vivid, bright and bold parts of Van Gogh paintings. But they can shift their viewing strategies with a little prompting, a new study suggests.
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Get Your First Six Months of Audible For 40% Off, and Keep Your Books Forever Six months Audible Gold , $9 each. If you love books, but don’t have as much time as you’d like to actually sit down and read them, Amazon’s Prime Day Audible deal has your name on it . For a limited time, Prime members can get six months of the service for $9 each , down from the usual $15. That entitles you to a new book of your choice each month, and everything you buy is yours to keep, even i
President Donald Trump Doesn't Always Tell the Truth. But His Lies Have RulesWhen Donald Trump dissembles, prevaricates, and engages in mendacity, it's in a category unto itself.
7 Items for Grilling on Your Tiny Apartment's Balcony or RoofFor those of us confined to tiny balconies, or even a roof, grilling is a challenge. But it's not impossible.
Watch SpaceX Launch Its Third Rocket in 9 DaysSpaceX has now completed more missions in 2017 than any other year since its founding—and it’s still got five months to go.
What It's Like to Control a Predator DroneMy job was to hunt down the most dangerous terrorists in the world. If I was chasing you, you never saw me.
How Scientists Preserved a 440-Pound Blue Whale HeartWhen a blue whale washed up in Newfoundland in 2014, Jacqueline Miller launched into action.
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Natural Disasters by Location: Rich Leave and Poor Get Poorer Each big catastrophe like a hurricane increases a U.S. county's poverty by one percent, 90 years of data show — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
The Political Education of Mahmoud Abbas When Israeli tanks besieged Yasser Arafat’s headquarters in Ramallah in 2002, the Palestinian leader famously declared, “Oh God, grant me a martyr’s death.” Two and a half years later, his wish came true, in part. In November of 2004, the “Old Man” died in Paris after suffering a brain hemorrhage. Arafat’s death left his party, Fatah, in disarray. The Palestinian leader was unconscious for days,
Coming of Age With The Legend of Zelda One of the first video games I ever played—if not the first—was The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. I couldn’t have been more than 10 years old, arguably too young to fully appreciate the game for what it was. But it stuck with me for how tender and real it felt, from the memorable musical score to the detail it paid to even the most minor characters, and I’ve followed the franchise religiously
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Life on Mars: The Crew Answers Your QuestionsSix people are living in isolation for eight months on a volcano in Hawaii as part of a NASA-funded study to simulate human exploration of Mars. In the fourth episode of this 360-video series, the crew answers audience questions.
The Plot Against Pelosi Democratic Representative Kathleen Rice is tired of her party getting its butt kicked. “Since 2010, we’ve been losing, losing, losing, losing. There are big issues that we need to address for the country, and we’re not even at the table—which is a problem!” As Rice sees it, Democrats need to come up with a new message, a fresh brand, an easy-to-explain economic plan that resonates with the masses
Khizr Khan: 'Go Seek Your Neighbor' Attorney Khizr Khan became a household name during the 2016 campaign when he gave a stirring speech at the Democratic National Convention about his son, Army Captain Humayun Khan, who was killed in 2004 while fighting in the Iraq War. Asked how Americans can coexist in relative peace and prosperity, despite their many differences, he urged people to reach out to those “who do not count now.” As h
How the Left Lost Its Mind Updated for clarification at 12:15 p.m. ET Last month, Democratic Senator Ed Markey delivered what seemed like an explosive bit of news during an interview with CNN: A grand jury had been impaneled in New York, he said, to investigate the Trump campaign’s alleged collusion with Russia. The only problem: It wasn’t true. The precise origins of the rumor are difficult to pin down, but it had been ri
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The Muslim Brotherhood Is the Root of the Qatar Crisis Monday marks the end of the 10 days that Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Egypt gave Qatar to comply with 13 far-reaching demands . For starters, Qatar is being told to cut off relations with Iran, shutter Al Jazeera, and stop granting Qatari citizenship to other countries’ exiled oppositionists. Despite high-level American and Kuwaiti mediation efforts, a deal appears unlikel
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Earth-based views of Jupiter to enhance Juno flybyTelescopes in Hawaii have obtained new images of Jupiter and its Great Red Spot, which will assist the first-ever close-up study of the Great Red Spot, planned for July 10. On that date, NASA's Juno spacecraft will fly directly over the giant planet's most famous feature at an altitude of only about 5,600 miles (9,000 kilometers).
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Californians take a shine to solar powerJacquie Barnbrook had grown tired of the high electricity bills and her gas-guzzling luxury car when she finally decided to take the plunge last year.
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Samsung to sell recycled Note 7 phone in South Korea at $611Samsung Electronics said Sunday its recalled Galaxy Note 7 phones will be recycled and sold starting this week in South Korea.
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US antitrust crackdown on Amazon? Not so farUS antitrust regulators have shown little sympathy thus far for the plight of brick-and-mortar retailers attempting to merge as a way to survive, as Amazon and e-commerce roils the world of shopping.
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Jennifer Doudna: ‘I have to be true to who I am as a scientist’Crispr inventor Jennifer Doudna talks about discovering the gene-editing tool, the split with her collaborator and the complex ethics of genetic manipulation Jennifer Doudna , 53, is an American biochemist based at the University of California, Berkeley. Together with the French microbiologist Emmanuelle Charpentier, she led the discovery of the revolutionary gene-editing tool, Crispr . The techno
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Bragger or complainer: how do you share online? Quiz | Ben Ambridge You’ve done something amazing and you want to tell all your friends about it. How you choose to spread the word online says a lot about you How you choose to share personal achievements on social media says more about you than you think. Caution: you may not always create the impression you were hoping for… Suppose you have achieved the most prestigious award available in your line of work. How w
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The peace builders of Northern Kenya; Successful research led model spreads to other African nationsAn award-winning, research led model used to build and maintain peace between rival groups in Kenya is expanding through new African centers, beginning with Cote d'Ivoire, Tanzania and the Central African Republic.Founded by an Irish priest in the aftermath of deadly 2007-08 post-election violence (Kenya's next national elections take place Aug. 8), Nairobi-based Shalom Centre has successfully hel
Easing Back Online Nearly six months ago, I announced a hiatus from online life (except for Twitter ), while my wife Deb and I decamped to my original hometown of Redlands, California and a house we rented on the campus of the University of Redlands , to finish a book on what we’d discovered in traveling around the country over the past four years. The book is now (nearly) done; we’ve been occupied wall-to-wall ove
A satellite may be falling apart in geostationary orbit [Updated] ExoAnalytic Solutions Sunday 11am ET Update : In response to a query from Ars, the AMC-9 satellite's operator, Luxembourg-based SES, issued the following statement on Sunday morning: In the early hours of 1 st July, the SES Satellite Control reestablished contact to AMC-9. SES and the satellite manufacturer Thales are working around the clock to evaluate the status and define the next steps. Trac
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