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  • The director of the FBI says the whole of Chinese society is a threat to the US — and Americans must step up as a society to defend themselves

    FBI director Christopher Wray issued a dire warning against China's growing influence during a Senate intelligence hearing on Tuesday. He cited the variety of ways that China is implementing its plan to replace the US as the foremost global power, including infiltrating American academia. China's Confucius Institutes are ostensibly language learning centers, but often serve as vehicles for Chinese propaganda at universities around the world, including the US. Intelligence experts also cited...

    Business Insider
  • Pre-Market Technical Scan on Scientific & Technical Instruments Equities -- Fortive, Garmin, II-VI, and MKS Instruments

    NEW YORK, Feb. 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- WallStEquities.com strives to bring the best free research to the investment community. Today we are offering reports on FTV, GRMN, IIVI, and MKSI which can be accessed for free by signing up to www.wallstequities.com/registration. For today,...

  • Blockchain engineers are in demand

    Demand is off the charts for blockchain talent, and the capital is waiting to back it up. Over $3.7 billion has been raised through ICOs in the United States alone. Blockchain-related jobs are the second-fastest growing in today’s labor market; there are now 14 jobs openings for every single blockchain developer. And as Nick Szabo, the developer who coined “smart contracts”… Read More

  • Baylor Has Technical Difficulties

    Title IX training immediately suspended at Texas Baptist university

    The American Conservative
  • What hours do junior doctors work?

    The European Working Time Directive (EWTD) protects the health and safety of doctors by restricting the number of hours an individual can work and imposing minimum rest requirements.

    Mail Online
  • Cheat Engine 6.7

    Download Cheat Engine. Cheat Engine is an open source tool designed to help you with modifying single player games running under window so you can make them harder or easier depending on your preference, but also contains other usefull tools to help debugging games and even normal applications.

  • Why you shouldn't freak out if your plane loses an engine

    AP A United Airlines Boeing 777 and a Delta Air Lines Airbus A330 both made emergency landings due to engine problems on Tuesday. Both planes landed safely, but the five passengers on the Delta flight were injured during the evacuation. Engine malfunctions are increasingly rare these days but do still occur. Modern twin-engine airliners are designed to fly hours on end using a single engine. On Tuesday, a United Airlines Boeing 777 landed in Honolulu missing the cowling or cover on the front...

    Business Insider
  • The NBA's secret wine society

    The inside-the-bottle story of the intense love affair between NBA stars and the gilded grape.

  • LIVE MARKETS-A "technical" correction, or more...

    Feb 12 (Reuters) - Welcome to the home for real time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by...

    Mail Online
  • Who are girls #NJHoops top juniors

    Vote for the best junior in N.J. girls basketball this season.

  • This Is Why You Shouldn't Look Directly Into A Jet Engine

    We're hoping that common sense stops the vast majority of people from trying to look into the business end of a jet engine while it's blasting out incredibly hot exhaust. But since there are people out there intentionally eating laundry detergent pods, here's a fun demonstration that shows what a running jet engine will do to your face. More

  • Is There a 'Secret Society' Inside the FBI?

    Two FBI agents that have been under scrutiny over anti-Trump texts in the lead-up to the 2016 presidential election spoke of a "secret society" meeting in a text exchange the day after the election. Lawmakers on Capitol Hill say they have seen many of the messages between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page that are raising more questions.

    Truth Revolt
  • Tuition fees should reflect value to society

    The Education Secretary said the cost of a course, potential future earnings and the needs of the country should be reflected in fees.

    Mail Online
  • BA engineer dies in Heathrow crash

    The man, aged in his 40s, was taken to a west London hospital but could not be saved, the Metropolitan Police said.

    Mail Online
  • Insider Inc. is hiring a DevOps Engineer

    Sarah Jacobs/Insider Inc. Are you passionate about working with Unix/Linux systems? Do you have the skills to take on and conquer any problem before you, big or small? Do you understand that DevOps isn’t a skill, but a culture? How fast could you reprovision your entire stack if your data center melted in a fire? How do you reduce toil? Business Insider is a fast-growing business site with deep financial, media, tech, and other industry verticals. Launched in 2007 by former top-ranked Wall...

    Business Insider
  • The astounding science and engineering of printer jams

    Anil Dash's third law holds that "Three things never work: Voice chat, printers and projectors." But Joshua Rothman's long, fascinating, even poetic profile of the Xerox engineers who work on paper-path process improvements is such a bit of hard-science whimsy that it almost makes me forgive every hour I've spent swearing over jammed paper. (more…)

    Boing Boing
  • Tiny engine powered by demixing fluid

    An international team of researchers has developed a tiny, liquid-based engine powered by a demixing fluid. In their paper published in the journal Physical Review Letters, the group describes their little engine and possible uses for it.

  • A mechanical engineer invented a shrinkable sofa

    See Also:A nonprofit performs crash tests for pet products—and the test footage is shockingYouTube star Karina Garcia taught us how to use her DIY lip gloss and bath bomb kitsA company found a way to hang curtains without leaving holes in the wall

    Business Insider
  • Good storytelling at the base of modern society

    Good stories are not just fairy tales made to amuse and entertain. They transmit important values that may have helped build our society, a new study found.

  • Japanese junior minister resigns over gaffe

    TOKYO, Jan 26 (Reuters) - A junior member of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's government resigned on Friday after making a gaffe seen to make light of...

    Mail Online
  • Text message refers to 'secret society'

    An FBI lawyer’s cryptic reference to a “secret society” during a text exchange with a colleague has given Republicans fresh ammunition in their apparent effort to cast doubt on special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.

  • Wal-Mart Crashes To Key Technical Support

    Wal-Mart shares have extended their pre-open decline, crashing almost 10% and testing its 100-day moving-average for the first time since October 2017. This is the biggest drop for the giant retailer since it warned on sales outlook in October 2015 and the biggest earnings-day gap down in 17 years...

    Zero Hedge
  • So-so wartime drama in a technically whizzy new venue

    In 1974, Howard Brenton gave Nottingham Playhouse a jolt of patriot-shocking theatrical electricity with The Churchill Play, set 10 years in the future in an aircraft hangar located in an internment camp named after Winston Churchill, with an impersonation of the (critiqued) statesman at its centre.

    The Telegraph
  • Airplane that crashed in Iran had logged technical problems

    The plane that crashed in a foggy mountainous region of Iran Sunday — killing all 66 people aboard — had technical problems during a flight a few weeks ago, according to a local report. Aseman Airlines flight 3705 went down about 50 minutes into its 485 mile journey between Tehran’s Mehrabad airport and Yasuj, a...

    New York Post