Daily Archives: January 6, 2018

Forced confession expert called to court after gunman's wife said she knew of Pulse attack plan

Published time: 7 Jan, 2018 02:33 The wife of the Pulse nightclub shooter, on trial for aiding and abetting a terrorist, says she knew the attack was going to happen but failed to warn authorities beforehand, according to newly released statements. “I knew when he left the house he was going to Orlando to attack the Pulse Night Club,” Noor ...

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The 4th dimension, but not as we know it: Scientists bend rules to catch glimpse of unknown

Two separate teams of scientists have bent the rules of physics to catch a glimpse of evidence on something which, technically, we shouldn’t be able to perceive: a fourth spatial dimension. Everyone is aware of our standard three dimensions of space and one dimension of time, but the two teams, one based in the US and the other in Europe, ...

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Man arrested for decapitating 5 cats, but ‘Croydon cat killer’ may still be at large

Published time: 7 Jan, 2018 01:24 A 31-year old man has been arrested in Northamptonshire in connection with the murder and mutilation of five cats in the area between August and November 2017. The suspect, arrested in connection with arson and cat mutilations, has been released, but is still under investigation. Northamptonshire police confirmed they are liaising with London’s Metropolitan ...

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Pirate paper scraps reveal Blackbeard’s reading habits

Published time: 7 Jan, 2018 00:49 Tiny fragments of paper, recovered from the cannon of Blackbeard’s flagship, have provided remarkable insight into the reading habits of one of the world’s most renowned pirates. Archeologists from North Carolina’s Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (DNCR) miraculously discovered and conserved the tiny pieces of paper, something that rarely survives on a shipwreck ...

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Trump ready to speak with Kim under certain conditions

Donald Trump has said he is “absolutely” willing to talk on the phone to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un if Tuesday’s North-South meeting yields positive results. President Trump, who has shown nothing but contempt for his North Korean counterpart, spoke to the media at Camp David Saturday, once again claiming credit for facilitating intra-Korean dialogue. Pyongyang and Seoul earlier this ...

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Snow stops $4k theft at North Dakota party store

Published time: 6 Jan, 2018 23:03 Edited time: 6 Jan, 2018 23:04 As the US shivers amid record low temperatures and colossal amounts of snow, the adverse weather appears to have redeemed itself – preventing the theft of party and craft supplies worth $ 4,000. It took Dustin Johnson, 22, more than 7 hours to meticulously pack his cart with ...

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Google has planted its flag at CES

Google’s here, and it’s planning something big. The company’s presence is impossible to miss as you drive down Paradise Road toward the Las Vegas Convention Center. Like much the rest of the show, the company’s parking lot booth is still under construction today, but the giant, black and white “Hey Google” sign is already hanging above it, visible from blocks ...

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'War that will destroy generations': Author of 'Yemeni Bride' graphic novel to RT

An Italian journalist who traveled to Yemen – originally to admire its culture, architecture and traditions – says the conflict is not only killing thousands now, but will ruin several generations to come. “Sadly what’s happening right now is something that will destroy generations. Not only those who are now in their 20s and 30s, but even those who are ...

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Two lost 11yo boys cuddle with dogs to survive winter night in Urals forest (PHOTOS)

Published time: 6 Jan, 2018 20:48 A walk in the woods turned into a survival lesson for two fifth graders from a town in Russia’s Urals region who were forced to spend a night out in the winter cold after getting lost. Before disappearing Thursday afternoon, the 11-year-olds Ivan and Evgeniy from the town of Kushva, about 200 km north ...

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‘NASA’s most experienced astronaut’ John Young dies aged 87

Published time: 6 Jan, 2018 19:16 Edited time: 6 Jan, 2018 19:42 NASA veteran John Young, the only US astronaut to go into space as part of the Gemini, Apollo and space shuttle programs, and the first to fly into space six times, has died aged 87. Described by NASA as the agency’s “most experienced astronaut,” Young flew to the ...

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