Post has attachment
VIDEO: Khabib Nurmagomedov reveals how Conor McGregor could beat him; Mackenzie Dern twerking in water

Post has attachment
Flatpak 1.0 Released For Delivering The Best Linux App Sandboxing

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
Compare sizes of sun and stars - Enjoying EarthSky? Sign up for our free daily newsletter today! Bottom line: A 2-minute video from the European Southern Observatory (ESO) comparing the sizes of Earth, our sun and stars.

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
The second data release of our #Gaia mission, made in April, has marked a turning point in the study of our Galactic home, the Milky Way. With an unprecedented catalogue of 3D positions and 2D motions of more than a billion stars, plus additional information on smaller subsets of stars and other celestial sources, Gaia has provided astronomers with an astonishing resource to explore the distribution and composition of the Galaxy and to investigate its past and future evolution.

Post has attachment
Kofi Annan: Former UN chief and Nobel Peace Prize laureate

Post has attachment
Moon, Saturn, Mars August 20 to 22 - As darkness falls on August 20 to 22, 2018, watch for the waxing gibbous moon to move by two of the four planets now up after sunset. The moon passed Venus around August 13 and 14. It passed Jupiter around August 16 and 17. On August 20 and 21, you’ll find the moon nearest the planet Saturn, and, by August 22, it’s moving toward the red planet Mars. The moon travels about 1/2 degree (its own angular diameter) eastward per hour relative to the backdrop st...

Post has attachment
Beyonce tried to leave Jay-Z after he cheated | She says: "I stayed for the kids" #beyonce #celebs #celebrities #celebrity

Post has attachment
Ramesh Thakur reflects on the former UN Secretary-General's legacy for international peace and human security.

Post has attachment
Daily Sun, Earth and Space Science

Still No Rebuttals or Arguments...

For a ton of great videos, click our name and find the playlists at the bottom of the page!

Alerts on Twitter:

The Disaster Prediction App:

How to Use the App:

Wanted- Earthquake Forecasters:
Earthquake Forecasting Contest:
Contest Information:

Today's Featured Links:
South Atlantic Anomaly in SWx:
Satellite Risks:

Music by NEMES1S

Post has attachment
Google search will now tell you your user agent, if you ask

Post has attachment
Among the clouds in the Himalayas...

Towards the end of my 21 day trek in the Khumbu and Everest region, in northern Nepal. It was sad to turn my back to some of the worlds most beautiful scenery, and move onward, back to Lukla. I was very warn out and ready to get warm, kick my feet up and enjoy a cold beer. But one thing I wasn't ready for, was turning my back on those mountains. They really are something else.

This was my last sunset deep in the Himalayas… I can’t wait to get back among the clouds!

Post has attachment

Early or not, the trees are sure it's spring.

Post has attachment

Embrace the fact that life is not straight and the route not always clear. Paths lead into all kinds of places and experiences, some better than others, and hopefully by the end of it you will have something like this, a solid base with many paths and journeys outstretched.

This majestic old gum does not necessarily have the attraction of the rich colour and youth of some of its nearby peers, but there were still hints of former glory and lines which just drew me in (that and it was pretty well next to my tent )

Post has attachment
Bannon Says GOP On Track to Lose 35 to 40 Seats in Midterms: Steve Bannon has issued a warning for Republicans, and he hopes they will listen to him. In an interview with the Associated Press (AP) Bannon said he believes the GOP would lose 35 to 40 seats in the House if the election were held today. “AP Interview: Here’s how Steve Bannon wants to rally GOP … Continue reading "Bannon Says GOP On Track to Lose 35 to 40 Seats in Midterms"

Post has attachment
NASA now has the technology to touch the sun's corona.

"We actually know very little about our nearest star, because we haven't been able to get close enough to fully understand its behavior."

Post has attachment
The World-Wide Danger of Trump

"The refusal to bend to President Trump’s assault on the press is essential to the future of American democracy."

Post has attachment
Charges could come in the next 10 days.

Post has attachment
Apple cracks down on gambling apps in China

Post has attachment
Samsung Galaxy Note 9's top screen protectors and glasses
#Samsung #GalaxyNote9 #SamsungNews

Post has attachment
Curiosity Rover Found A Strange Object On The Surface Of Mars

A weird object got the attention of Mars Curiosity mission scientists last week.

The Mars Curiosity rover captured images of this strange object on the planet’s surface. The images captured on Monday (August 13, 2018) by the Curiosity rover’s camera.

With no idea what it was or where it came from, the rover’s
handlers began to worry that it might actually be a chunk of the rover itself suggesting some unseen damage or other issue with the robot.

In a new update from NASA the object has now been identified as a natural chunk of rock rather than a piece of any manmade craft or vehicle. The team analyzed the bizarre object with a tool called the ChemCam RMI.

The instrument uses a laser to sniff out the makeup of anything it’s pointed at and the results for this particular piece of debris revealed that it’s actually just a very thin piece of rock.

But how this particularly thin sliver of 'rock' got to where it is?
Why it seems to be a different color than the surrounding sand and debris?
It remains unexplained!

What's more than certain this object doesn't look like a piece of rock.

Read more here:

Clips, Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
This image was taken by Mastcam: Right (MAST_RIGHT) onboard NASA's Mars rover Curiosity on Sol 2139 (2018-08-13 02:19:47 UTC).

Music credit: YouTube Audio Library
Delta Wave - Asher Fulero

Post has attachment
Packers vs Raiders NFL 2018 Stream Live
Event: NFL Preseason 2018 week 3
Date: Friday, August 24, 10:30 PMET
Venue: Oakland Coliseum, Oakland

Post has attachment
On McGahn Interviews
Wait while more posts are being loaded