In 2014, the United States was feeling a sense of renewed vigor from the Edward Snowden revelations. It had been a year since the first top–secret NSA documents were published, Snowden was being charged under the Espionage Act, the U.S. government was trying to extradite him from Russia and Wired had just put him on the cover of their magazine. But one revelation could have the biggest repercussions of the entire Snowden affair: “MonsterMind”, a Skynet-esque cyber warfare program straight out of Terminator Genisys (just released on Blu-ray and Digital HD).
Only “seen” when swallowing up an unfortunate gas cloud or wayward star, black holes remain an enigma. With one of these bodies at the center of most galaxies—including our own—many scientists spend…
The fourth GOP presidential debate is set to air tonight on FBN and FoxBusiness.com, and will focus on issues related to the economy. Since women comprise nearly half of the US labor force, discussion of policies that work well for women should be part of the debate — but judging by these GOP candidates’ comments on women’s rights (and let’s not even get started on the bile that has come out of Donald Trump’s mouth), we’re not holding our breath:
And to think, all they wanted was pancakes.
On Saturday night, a massive hole in Meridian, Mississippi opened up and swallowed a total of 12 automobiles in an IHOP parking lot.
They don’t call Kyoto the “city of 10,000 shrines” for nothing. The ancient cities of Nara and Kyoto are located in what’s known as Japan’s Kansai region, where many emperors resided long ago. Immaculate shrines drape the region in timeless grandeur, and are made that much more splendid courtesy of the region’s natural beauty.