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US Nuclear Force Still Using 1970s Floppy Disks Warns Watchdog
Science & Tech  (tags: Pentagon, U.S. nuclear forces, outdated technology, GAO, watchdog report, 8-inch floppy disks )

Judy
- 31 days ago - yahoo.com
A Pentagon command and control system that "coordinates the operational functions of the United States' nuclear forces" runs on an IBM Series/1 computer and uses 8-inch floppy disks, a GAO report notes.
Startling New Evidence Suggests Stonehenge Was First Built in Wales Then Transported and Reconstructed 500 Years Later in Englan
Science & Tech  (tags: stonehege, Salisbury Plain, bluestones, Wales, Archeology, mystery )

BMutiny
- 203 days ago - ancient-origins.net
Archaeologists have found the exact holes in a rocky outcrop in Wales from where the bluestones found at Stonehenge originated, revealing that they were quarried 500 years before they were assembled into the famous stone circle that still stands today in
Greenpeace Sting Shows Academics Selling Themselves To Polluters
Science & Tech  (tags: Princeton University, pollution, climate change denial, corruption, Academia, Prof. Wm. Happer, Prof. Frank Clemente, Greenpeace, oil & coal companies )

BMutiny
- 200 days ago - shadowproof.com
Greenpeace activists posed as representatives of oil & coal companies, approached 2 academics - Professor William Happer of Princeton University, Prof. Frank Clemente of Penn State U - about writing research papers that LIED about Pollution, for money!
The Sun's Wrath: Worst Solar Storms in History | Sun Storms
Science & Tech  (tags: solar flares, solar storms, power blackouts, auroras, hi-tech vulnerability, satellites, global positioning )

BMutiny
- 202 days ago - space.com
Our Angry Sun! Solar flares, eruptions and other sun storms can have serious effects to satellites and other systems around or on Earth. Take a look at some of the worst solar storms known to humanity.
Ten Reasons Why Large Hydropower Is a False Solution to Climate Change | Common Dreams | Breaking News
Science & Tech  (tags: hydropower, Green Energy, rivers, dams, Carbon out of the atmosphere, false solutions, Environmental destruction )

BMutiny
- 205 days ago - commondreams.org
DAMN THE DAMS! In some cases, hydropower projects are producing higher emissions than coal-fired power plants generating the same amount of electricity. NOT a Solution! Rivers take about 200 million tons of carbon out of the atmosphere every year.
UFO No More: Crashed Rocket Found on the Moon âEUR" RT News
Science & Tech  (tags: rocket, spacecraft, UFO, Apollo, Saturn V, space photo, mystery, NASA, moon surface )

BMutiny
- 197 days ago - rt.com
NASA has solved a 43-year-old mystery by finally locating Apollo 16âEUR(TM)s rocket booster, the third stage of a Saturn V rocket that crash landed on the moon in 1972. High-res images of the spacecraft were captured by NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter
The New Form of Transport Which Can Be Constructed Today!
Science & Tech  (tags: transport, transportation, space, NewTechnology environment, video )

Barb
- 61 days ago - youtube.com
Wow! This took my breath away! Thanks Marilyn and Ted for sharing!
Mercury's Journey Across Sun Under Way
Science & Tech  (tags: space, astronomy, Sun, Mercury, planet's )

Ray
- 49 days ago - bbc.co.uk
Skywatchers across the globe are observing Mercury transit the Sun, the little planet's third such pass of 14 it will make this century.
Evidence of Ancient Tsunamis on Mars
Science & Tech  (tags: Ancient Tsunamis, Mars, Scientists )

Ray
- 38 days ago - bbc.co.uk
Tsunami-borne sediments (arrow) inundate the land in an upslope direction (towards bottom-right) , Scientists think they see evidence of two huge tsunamis having once swept across the surface of Mars.
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory Captures Video of Sun Flare With X1.8 Intensity
Science & Tech  (tags: solar flare, video, nasa, news, science, interesting, discovery, space, study, technology, research )

Roxy
- 548 days ago - inferse.com
NASA recently released a powerful video of a recent solar flare. The flare was big enough to be classified as an X1.8. Flares that meet the X-class requirements are 10 times as powerful as Class-M flares.
 
 
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