Scientists Testify: The Great Barrier Reef Can’t Be Saved Through Current Efforts

In Brief Scientists testified to an Australian governmental committee that the current plans in place to save the Great Barrier Reef are doomed to fail, as the plans do not include a way to directly battle climate change.     Beyond Saving In relation to global warming, the condition of the Great Barrier Reef has... Continue Reading →

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Construction Has Begun On A Telescope That’s 5 Times Bigger Than The World’s Largest

In Brief The European Space Organization (ESO) has started construction on the Extremely Large Telescope, which will be the world's largest optical telescope. The new equipment will give astronomers a new tool to search for alien planets and any life they host. A new era in space exploration is upon us. Elon Musk’s SpaceX has... Continue Reading →

MIT Just Unveiled A Technique to Mass Produce Quantum Computers

In Brief Researchers have found a way to make the creation of qubits simpler and more precise. The team hopes that this new technique could, one day, allow for the mass production of quantum computers.   Commercial Quantum Computing Quantum computing is, if you are not already familiar, simply put, a type of computation that... Continue Reading →

The World’s Largest Floating Solar Plant Is Finally Online

In Brief The largest floating solar power plant in the world is now online in China. Floating where coal used to be mined, the installation is helping China transition toward renewables and making the most of its surroundings.   Sungrow Floating Power Plant The world’s largest floating solar power plant is now online in China.... Continue Reading →

Saudi military helicopter crashes in Yemen killing all on board

Twelve Saudi soldiers have been killed when their helicopter crashed in Yemen. Preliminary observations conclude that it was shot down in a friendly fire incident. The Saudi-led military coalition said the Black Hawk helicopter came down in the eastern province of Marib on April 18, coinciding with US Defense Secretary James Mattis' visit to the... Continue Reading →

Home Internet TV & RealPlayer & Video Downloaders & Video How-To & Tips & Video Security & Video Sites How Parents Can Make Sure Children Are Watching Appropriate And Safe Videos Online

Updated on March 14th 2017 HOW PARENTS CAN MAKE SURE CHILDREN ARE WATCHING APPROPRIATE AND SAFE VIDEOS ONLINE When it comes to protecting our Kids from the content of the Internet, there is no such thing as too much security. Although the Internet is loaded with valuable information for Kids of all ages, it also... Continue Reading →

15 Tips For Surviving Bikini Season Intact, Rev up for summer, hold the self-loathing!

Having a really complicated relationship to one's body and the idea of "body image" is, for me, a year-round pastime. But right before "bathing-suit season," the Diet Industrial Complex really hits its stride in terms of making me feel self-conscious about my body and how it's failing to live up to any number of standards.... Continue Reading →

Lawyers want Aaron Hernandez’s murder conviction dismissed

BOSTON -- Lawyers for former NFL star Aaron Hernandez are formally asking that his first-degree murder conviction be dismissed in Massachusetts now that he has died. A spokesman for the Bristol district attorney's office says defense attorneys filed the motion on Tuesday in Superior Court. He says prosecutors will oppose the motion. Hernandez hanged himself... Continue Reading →

Lawyers want Aaron Hernandez’s murder conviction dismissed

BOSTON -- Lawyers for former NFL star Aaron Hernandez are formally asking that his first-degree murder conviction be dismissed in Massachusetts now that he has died. A spokesman for the Bristol district attorney's office says defense attorneys filed the motion on Tuesday in Superior Court. He says prosecutors will oppose the motion. Hernandez hanged himself... Continue Reading →

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