Russian Satellite Registers Unknown Physical Phenomena In Earths Atmosphere
4 NATO Countries Could Be Targets of a Russian Invasion by Sea (Due to 1 Weakness)
(Aug 2019) Russia’s Black Sea . the Baltic Sea face considerable physical challenges,” Young wrote. The sea is shallow (two hundred feet on average, which has earned it the nickname in German of the “flooded
Evidence Grows That Russia’s Nuclear
(Aug 2019) Satellite imagery indicated that Russia had . much remains unknown about the test and the actual severity of the accident, which reportedly led to at least a brief spike in radiation and involved a
Russian satellite spots mysterious ‘light explosions’ in Earth’s atmosphere
(since Feb, 2019) www.computing.co.uk
Researchers say these ‘explosions’ could be a new and unknown phenomenon that can’t (yet) be explained by modern physics.
GPS glitch could hit power grid and trading systems
(since Apr, 2019) The Engineer
Devices that rely on the timing signal from GPS are potentially at risk due to a feature that will see the system experience reset at 1 am on Sunday.
Colonizing space means reproducing there. We still don’t know if that’s possible.
Over a period of more than 13 hours, House Democrats, many of them members of the Judiciary Committee, read the full redacted version of Special Counsel .
Elicited by an elliptical remark from the late Harun Farocki about the relation between filmic montage and the visual economy of computer games,1 a particular .
Review: Chasing the Moon finds engaging new stories to tell
(since Jul, 2019) Physics Today
Amid a deluge of Apollo documentaries, a new series on PBS stands out for capturing the atmosphere of the space race.
Edges and ends of worlds are encountered frequently in the films of Harun Farocki. They form recurrent courses of navigation, tugging along ships and airplanes .
Artic Meltdown: We’re Already Feeling the Consequences of Thawing Permafrost
(months ago) Discover Magazine
Permafrost, which covers much of the Northern Hemisphere’s upper latitudes, will trigger a dangerous chain reaction across the entire planet, if it continues to .
Limit, Leverage, and Compete: A New Strategy on China
(since Apr, 2019) Center For American Progress
The greatest geopolitical challenge in the 21st century will be how the United States—and the rest of the world—responds to the rise of China. China’s gross .
Has Technology Made State Regional Universities Obsolete?
(some months now) Campus Technology
While SRUs do some things well, the current model is not sustainable, with students taking on enormous debt and receiving relatively little income benefit in .